Yahoo Finance, one of the world’s biggest news portal for constant stock statements and market data, has added another new feature to allow cryptocurrency trading on its platform.
According to the blog post, the company Yahoo has added the new features to its iOS mobile app, which now supports in-app trading of mainly four types of assets: litecoin, ethereum and dogecoin.
The feature is not visible for the desktop browsers, but Yahoo finance announced that they had a plan to extend their service to Android, desktop and web platforms in the future.
The firm added a new feature in a partnership with Tradelt, a platform that collaborates with brokerage services.
While Yahoo Finance didn’t offer points of interest on its brokerage platform run on its iOS application, is associated with crypto exchanging, TradeIt had integrated it with the U.S. crypto trade as per an announcement a year ago.
The news site began its organization with TradeIt in September 2017 to give clients a chance to do an in-app exchanging of financial assets.
YahooFinance initially began following bitcoin’s cost in 2014, as reported. A year ago, the organization extended its price tracking service to cover more than 100 cryptocurrencies across all the platforms globally.