ZBX exchange announces launch of new trading app

The ZBX exchange has announced that its trading app will be available on the App Store and Google Play in the coming weeks

The ZBX cryptocurrency exchange has announced its trading app will be going live in the next few weeks, according to a press release.

ZBX is a Malta-based platform and “one of the few exchanges to date to operate out of a regulated environment”.

The exchange believes crypto regulation is essential in protecting users and safeguarding investor funds.

It is now opening up access to a large pool of liquidity for its users through the launch of its new trading app.

The app is expected to be available on the Apple App Store and Google Play store in the coming weeks.

It boasts a unique feature known as ‘QuickBuy’ which will allow European users to buy crypto directly using their credit cards through Safello and Yoti.

Dave Pulis, CEO of ZBX, commented: “We have gone live as one of the first exchanges to operate in a regulated environment and expect to have acquired our licenses during the transitory period of the Maltese regulatory framework.

“ZBX will only list projects which meet our stringent criteria. We list projects that provide real value for their users. ZBX uses will have a say over which projects are listed and we will ensure that there is enough liquidity for any pair listed on the exchange.”

The press release also goes into detail about the exchange’s extensive go-to-market plan which involves becoming licensed by the financial authority under MiFID II in order to be able to list security token offerings (STOs).

ZBX is also working on offering its users ZBX debit cards connected to their trading accounts for 2019.

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