Monday, 03 August 2020

Bison app attracts crypto trading hunters

Out on the wild plains of fintech Börse Stuttgart has unleashed its Bison app for the buying and selling of cryptocurrencies.

With crypto fever (and scams) hotter than a summer in Louisiana, the app will let users track investments and be informed about conditions on the crypto market.

As reported in December 2018, Börse Stuttgart said it will launch a crypto trading venue in the first half of 2019 with solarisBank providing the required banking services.

Now, and according to Bison, there is no wallet, no deposit, and no paperwork.

Because it is powered by Börse Stuttgart, the firm says this is the “first app for buying and selling cryptocurrencies offered by a traditional stock exchange”.

In fact, quite a few firms are trying something similar to – or a variation on – this “traditional” theme. Just last month, and Crypto DX.Exchange launched.

Anyway, back to Bison.

It offers a “cryptoradar” tool, which analyses real-time data and provides a sentiment overview of the most discussed cryptocurrencies.

Bison explains: “Instantly see what’s hot, what’s not, without having to read thousands of tweets or dig through online news.”

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