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One-Stop Crypto Tracker Coinim Unveils Major Update of Its Mobile App

Mon, 01/16/2023 - 11:39
One-Stop Crypto Tracker Coinim Unveils Major Update of Its Mobile App
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With the start of the new year, Coinim has unveiled an updated version of its multi-functional cryptocurrency tracking and handling app. As a reminder, Coinim and U.Today have been working together for more than a year, and all the latest news published on our portal about various cryptocurrencies and market trends can also be found on Coinim's mobile app on the website.

Coinim is a kind of “one-stop shop” that has everything you need to conveniently monitor and analyze the trends and prices of the cryptocurrencies and then make timely decisions on your positions and portfolio.

The update, already available to both Android and iOS users, aims to further improve the process of interacting with the crypto market through Coinim.

What's new on Coinim?

So, according to the list of updates, first of all, the app got a convenient news search by keyword. Given the above mentioned integration of our news feed into Coinim, users will now be able to quickly find the latest articles published by U.Today on the crypto asset they are interested in.

A new technical screen has also been introduced, showing bullish and bearish trends, as well as trading risks for each cryptocurrency. In addition, and probably most importantly, Coinim users can now connect to their accounts on cryptocurrency exchanges and monitor their portfolio status in real time.

In the future, the app team is expected to add the ability to set up filters on the RSI indicator, which helps determine whether a token is overbought or undervalued, as well as on trends. In addition, Coinim is expected to integrate price charts from TradingView, widely used by many financial market participants.


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