Bitfinex to Release New Mobile App

Users can access widgets of open orders, margin positions, favorite trading pairs and transaction history
31 October 2018   1280

Hong Kong-based Bitcoin Exchange Bitfinex has introduced a new mobile application for the latest versions of the operating systems iOS and Android.

Now users can access widgets of open orders, margin positions, favorite trading pairs and transaction history. 

Note that users can have a single account for several gadgets, while maintaining the settings, and the input can be done using fingerprints and face recognition.

At the same time, the themes of three colors are available in the application: blue, black and white.

In the future, developers also intend to submit applications for the Ethfinex and EOSfinex platforms.

Earlier, Bitfinex introduced a new set of open source libraries for testing and implementing trading strategies.

Bitfinex to Introduce Sub-Account Feature

This system was launched after users' requests and it gives them an ability to experiment with several trading strategies simultaneously
21 January 2020   169

The Bitfinex cryptocurrency exchange has announced a new feature that allows users to create multiple sub-accounts under one master account.

As the technical director of the company Paolo Ardoino noted, the introduction of this option occurred almost at an ideal time, taking into account the growing interest in cryptocurrencies from institutional investors.

The Bitfinex blog says that the sub-account system has been introduced at the request of many users.

According to the proposed scheme, users will be able to experiment with several trading strategies at the same time, while Bitfinex will use the combined trading volume for all related accounts, offering general discounts on commission according to the structure of calculating commissions.

If the user account is verified, the client can choose which sub-account will use this data, giving it all the relevant advantages. In addition, each sub-account can be verified individually.

Users will also be able to send funds from the master account to the wallets of their chosen sub-account.

When creating a sub-account, it is tied to the main user account, which will continue to act as a master account. Only the master account has the authority to create sub-accounts (up to 100), it is also endowed with a number of other functions, including changing the viewing mode, changing e-mail, etc.