Stuttgart Stock Exchange (Börse Stuttgart), Germany’s second largest exchange and the ninth largest in Europe, is scheduled to launch its upcoming crypto trading platform in the first half of 2019 in collaboration with Berlin-based fintech company solarisBank which will also offer crypto-trading banking services for the stock exchange.
Börse Stuttgart will power the new Bison App for mobile trading. The app, which is scheduled to be released in German app store at the end of January, will roll out the trading platform in a tiered manner to different groups of traders.
“Boarding begins! From now on we start the BISON beta phase with people from the VIP list – in January we will also accept BISONews subscribers. More on: http: // www. bisonapp.de. At the end of January 2019, we plan to publish the BISON App in the German App Stores.
# beta # app“
Das Boarding beginnt!?Ab sofort starten wir die BISON Beta Phase mit Personen der VIP-Liste – im Januar nehmen wir auch BISONews-Abonnenten auf. Mehr auf: https://t.co/YbvJqqgD4c. Ende Januar 2019 planen wir die BISON App in den deutschen App Stores zu veröffentlichen.#beta #app pic.twitter.com/6P7gf1FMFy
— BISON App – Bitcoin & Co einfach kaufen (@bisonapp) December 18, 2018
Ja wir starten zu Beginn mit #BTC, #ETH, #LTC und #XRP 🙂 Weitere Kryptowährungen werden dann Schritt für Schritt mit aufgenommen.
— BISON App – Bitcoin & Co einfach kaufen (@bisonapp) December 14, 2018
Bison App is Germany’s first app for crypto trading and, like popular apps Robinhood and Coinbase, it’s designed to capitalize on a growing number of mobile traders. The app promises simplicity and news aggregation to help traders stay informed. Users will be able to view their assets and make trades without any additional trading fees.
It also offers a “Crytoradar” feature for real-time analysis and summaries of roughly 250,000 tweets from the crypto community on a daily basis.
Bison’s entrance into mobile crypto trading is expected to increase digital asset exposure for the world’s fourth largest economy. According to data compiled by the International Monetary Fund, Germany has the largest economy in Europe at $4.2 trillion.[the_ad id="42537"] [the_ad id="42536"]