Cryptocurrency exchange companyCoinbase [https://www.coinbase.com/]islaunching
[https://medium.com/@lindeexie/9b8f2e132ad]a mobile app for its advanced users
today. You can now download the Coinbase Pro mobile app oniOS
[https://apps.apple.com/us/app/coinbase-pro/id1446636681]? the Android version
is coming soon.
Coinbase Pro is the company?s exchange that lets you set up advanced order
types, such as limit orders. Those are fairly standard features for a
cryptocurrency exchange. But Coinbase set up a separate ?pro? platform so that
the main Coinbase.com exchange remains as simple and straightforward as
And now, you can also use Coinbase Pro on your phone. I?ve been playing around
with the app, and it features everything you?d expect. On the first tab, you can
see a list of trading pairs.
If you tap on a pair, you can see real-time candles, the order book, your active
orders as well as trade history for this specific pair. You also can set up an
order to buy and sell cryptocurrencies from each trading pair page.
On the second tab, you can see your portfolio of crypto assets and its value in
fiat currencies. You can deposit or withdraw cryptocurrencies from the mobile
app. Unfortunately, if you want to deposit or withdraw fiat currencies (USD,
EUR, GBP, etc.), the app tells you to head over to the website.
Finally, you can see your past and active orders, and check your fees and
Coinbase increased some of its trading fees on Coinbase Pro for low-volume
accounts justlast week
[https://www.coindesk.com/coinbase-pro-is-increasing-its-fees-and-users-arent-happy] . It is now more expensive to trade on Coinbase Pro if you trade less than the
equivalent of $50,000 over 30 days. And if you trade less than $10,000 over 30
days, it now costs 0.50% in maker and taker fees.
Kraken charges 0.26% in taker fees if you trade less $50,000 in the past 30
days. Binance charges 0.1% in trading fees. With those new trading fees, it
feels like Coinbase is indeed targeting pro users with Coinbase Pro.