Coinance announces multi-exchange mobile trading – June 12

Current Bitcoin Price: $6769 (as of 7:55 AM PST)

The markets haven’t exactly bounced back since this weekend’s huge dip; in fact, most charts are relatively stagnant — up or down only a few fractions of a percent.

Ethereum Classic has shot up over 20% since this time yesterday, thanks to news of a Coinbase listing (see below), while Binance Coin (BNB, #17) is also performing relatively well, up by more than 6.5%

Top Bitcoin & Crypto News Stories for 12th June 2018

Coinance announces multi-exchange mobile trading

Is it Coinbase? Is it Binance? No: it’s Coinance, and it’s not affiliated with either of those exchanges. Coinance is an app for tracking your portfolios across multiple exchanges.

That is until today, when Coinance announced a brand new, multi-exchange mobile trading platform, which allows users to make the most of six major exchanges (Bitfinex, Coinbase, Kraken, Binance, Poloniex, and GDAX) from a single app.

Coinbase introduces Ethereum Classic support

Until today, the world’s most popular fiat-crypto exchange Coinbase has supported four cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, and Bitcoin Cash.

They’ve just announced that they’ll be supporting Ethereum Classic, one of the original Ethereum forks. Ethereum Classic was created in 2016 after a venture capital fund was hacked, prompting users of primary blockchain to vote to return hacked coins to users.

Binance quadruples user base in 6 months

Binance is a hugely popular crypto-crypto exchange, and it seems to be doing pretty well based off of the performance of its proprietary coin, Binance Coin.

Binance just reported that since the beginning of the year, its user base has quadrupled to over 9 million users. They’ve also announced they’re planning to launch their first fiat trading pairs, against the euro.