Yahoo Finance, one of the world’s largest real-time stock quotes and market news sites, has added a new feature on its platform that allows cryptocurrency transactions.
According to a blog post on Thursday, the company’s iOS mobile app currently supports four cryptocurrency assets—Bitcoin, ETH, Litecoin, and Dogecoin.
With the release of this statement, various tweets have also appeared on the Internet yesterday, and it seems that this service can also be used on the desktop version of Yahoo Finance. Although, so far the service is not visible on desktop browsers. Yahoo Finance said in a statement that it plans to extend the service to Android, desktop and mobile web platforms in the future.
Regarding this new feature, Yahoo has partnered with TradeIt, a platform for a financial asset trading center that combines brokerage services. Of particular note is that, according to a statement at the time, TradeIt in the United States last year and encryption currency exchange Coinbase were integrated, although not yet clear Yahoo will work with brokerage Which in this new service.
This financial information from the company in September 2017 began the first collaboration with TradeIt so that the user can perform financial transactions via traditional asset applications. The cryptocurrency investment exposure at the time was limited to data on price and portfolio performance.
According to CoinDesk, the site began tracking bitcoin prices in 2014. Last year, the company further expanded its price tracking service to cover more than 100 cryptocurrencies across all platforms worldwide.