Local crypto exchange giant Coins.ph announced that it has made updates to its web dashboard and its order book exchange, Coins Pro.
Coins Web Dashboard Update
A web dashboard is where various data and information in a graphical and interactive way are displayed.
According to Coins.ph, its new web dashboard “features an intuitive design and focuses on ease of use, allowing traders to view their portfolio balance, track market prices, and buy or sell tokens and stablecoins from a single page.”
Moreover, the dashboard will also display different guides and educational resources from Coins Academy, the exchange’s learning feature.
To sum it up, the new web dashboard of Coins.ph, which is now available to all its users, according to a press release, include:
- Simple design that is expected to help users ease navigation
- Real-time market data and price charts
- Buy and sell option
- Portfolio overview
- Educational resources from Coins Academy.
Coins Pro Update
Meanwhile, Coins Pro’s update will be available next week. The update lets the order book be natively available in the Coins.ph mobile app. It is expected to offer easy access to on-the-go spot trading to Coins users.
“In the coming months, expect even more upgrades to Coins Pro, including new trading tools for more advanced traders,” the local exchange claimed.
Consequently, this update, together with the new web dashboard is designed to make crypto trading more accessible and user-friendly for traders, according to Coins.ph.
“With one of the highest crypto adoption rates in the world, the Philippines is poised for further growth in this space. To support this growth, Coins.ph is taking steps to reduce the learning curve for new traders and make crypto trading easy and seamless,” the exchange giant concluded.
Recent Coins News
Coins.ph has not sat well recently. Just this month, it experienced a data breach. It sent messages through email that its users’ personal data such as names, contact details, birth dates, hashed passwords, and IDs have been potentially compromised.
However, Global Marketing Director Kat Gonzalez clarified that only a small fraction of users were affected by the issue. She also assured that user funds and assets are safe and secure.
On the other hand, Coins.ph also suffered a possible security breach resulting in the theft of approximately $6 million worth of XRP. Chainalysis, a blockchain analysis firm, has confirmed that the funds in question are now labeled within their products, allowing their customers to investigate their movement. The exchange has not commented on the issue.
But dark days still have bright sides. In October, in an effort to promote financial inclusion through remittances to the Philippines, Coins.ph and Circle Internet Financial (Circle), a global fintech firm and issuer of $USDC, announced a strategic partnership that aims to raise awareness of $USDC-denominated remittances as a secure, low-cost, and near-instant solution for international money transfers for the 18 million Filipino users of the exchange.
Coins.ph was also a key partner of fintech platform Investagrams in holding Investa Summit 2023, which is set to bring key resource speakers across different industries to share information and learnings on how to capture new opportunities and financial trends. The summit also happened in October.
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