DTTcoins is set to unveil its latest fintech solutions, including an exclusive showcase of the new DTTcoins mobile app as well as its flagship exchange turnkey solution, at Crypto Expo Dubai 2022. DTTcoins is the platinum sponsor of the event which will take place October 5-6 at Festival Arena, Dubai Festival City.
The DTTcoins mobile app, available on all iOS and Android devices, was designed to meet the multitude of requirements from every type of trader, from beginner to institutional. With its leading-edge technology, user-friendly interface, and multiple tools, DTTcoins is the app of choice that provides the most demanding clients with all the opportunities for profitable trading.
Commenting on the app launch, Walid Ead, DTT Group Managing Partner, said: “DTTcoins was established with a mission to empower the crypto community; and with the new DTTcoins mobile app, we made it easier for crypto traders to enjoy the easiest and most secure way of buying and selling bitcoin and 70+ other crypto currencies, at the best rates anytime, anywhere.”
The multilingual DTTcoins app is highly customizable to the users’ preferences and comes with a suite of features, including live prices with heat map, dozens of charts settings, market and stop-limit buy and sell options, live news and analysis, and much more.
DTTcoins will also showcase its flagship crypto exchange turkey solution at its booth, No. 56, during Crypto Expo Dubai 2022.
“The DTTcoins Crypto Exchange White Label solution comes packed with tools and features that will enable startups launch their own cost-effective and successful brokerage exchange in less than one month,” Zaher Agha, DTTcoins Managing Director, highlighted.
He added: “We bring more than 20 years of Fintech expertise to the DTTcoins White Label solution including multiple platforms integration, full featured APIs, advanced backoffice with user-friendly functionalities, full CRM integration, multi security layers, marketing support, and our unparalleled 24/7 multilingual technical support.”
DTTcoins is part of DTT Group, the globally regulated and the globally recognized leader with more than 20 years of proven track record and successful experience in the financial markets industry.
With its mission to empower the crypto community, DTT Group today announced the launch of the DTTcoins mobile app on the App Store. DTTcoins users can now enjoy the easiest and most secure way of buying and selling bitcoin and 70+ other crypto currencies, at the best rates, on their IOS devices.
The DTTcoins app was designed to meet the multitude of requirements from every type of trader, from beginner to institutional. With its leading-edge technology, user-friendly interface, and multiple trading tools, DTTcoins is the app of choice that provides the most demanding clients with all the opportunities for profitable trading.
The multilingual DTTcoins app is highly customizable to the users’ preferences and comes with a suite of features including live prices with heat map, dozens of charts settings, market and stop-limit buy and sell options, live news and analysis, and much more.
In addition, DTTcoins clients get access to DTTPlus, the most comprehensive portal that offers clients free institutional research & analysis, live financial news, education, and intelligent trading tools.
DTTcoins is part of DTT Group, a globally trusted and globally regulated financial service provider that brings more than 20 years of Fintech expertise to the crypto world.
DTTcoins app will soon be available on Android devices.
The price of ether (ETH) tumbled suddenly in cryptocurrency markets Thursday, ending a stretch of price stability that prevailed in the hours after the Ethereum blockchain completed its historic shift to a more energy-efficient proof-of-stake blockchain, CoinDesk reports.
The second-largest cryptocurrency by market value was down 9.1% to $1,489, its biggest daily decline since Aug. 26. By contrast, bitcoin (BTC), the largest cryptocurrency, was down only about 2% on the day.
The sudden price dump looks like a "buy-the-rumor, sell-the-fact" response, said Riyad Carey, a research analyst at crypto data firm Kaiko.
There is still a lot of leverage in ETH markets, so volatility should be expected and will probably be welcomed by traders who watched the Merge go by without much of a move up or down,” Carey told CoinDesk in a written note. “We’ve also seen market depth decrease and spreads increase, so that will likely factor into larger price movements.
Ethereum heads into the Merge very soon, therefore holders are awaiting a massive impact on the altcoin’s blockchain, FXSTREET reports. Ethereum’s lead developer, Preston Van Loon confirmed that the change in Ethereum’s consensus mechanism could drive ETH price higher.
Ethereum’s Merge is a key event that ETH holders and the crypto community is looking forward to. The transition from proof-of-work to proof-of-stake is set to change the way new Ether is created and reduce power consumption by 99.95%.
Analysts set a $2,000 target for Ethereum
Analysts revealed a bullish outlook on Ethereum and set a $2,000 target for ETH. The altcoin started its recovery from the recent slump and hit the $1,765 level. Tony M, a leading crypto analyst believes ETH is on track for its recovery to $2,000.
The Saudi Central Bank has hired former Managing Director at Accenture, Mohsen AlZahrani, to lead the bank’s crypto and CBDC efforts, Bloomberg reported.
According to Bloomberg’s several sources, Riyadh is taking a new interest in digital assets and communicating with the biggest companies in the space, looking at UAE’s position toward crypto.
One of the countries’ joint digital asset efforts is a CBDC initiative called Aber.
Announced in 2019, Aber is a “joint digital currency and distributed ledger” project, a dual-issued central bank digital currency pilot. Two central banks – the Central Bank of United Arab Emirates (CBUAE) and Saudi Central Bank (SAMA) – and six commercial banks were involved in the development of the project.
The Ethereum wallet tied to actor and comedian Bill Murray—which is being used to sell official NFTs inspired by his life—was attacked last night following the completion of a charity auction this week, Decrypt reports.
Ultimately, nearly 110 Wrapped Ethereum (WETH) was stolen from the wallet, worth about $174,000 at the time of the attack.
Gavin Gillas of blockchain startup Project Venkman, which Murray co-owns, told Decrypt that he first noticed an unauthorized transaction removing 108.03 WETH (about $171,500) from the wallet last night, followed by another transaction for 1.73 WETH (about $2,750). Those were the only transactions in which WETH was stolen, Gillis confirmed.