It’s certainly refreshing to see the coming of all sorts of bitcoin-related apps to the iOS mobile platform since Apple had a change of heart, and bitcoin traders in China will be pleased to know yet another is available.
It’s BTC China’s official application, and it’s available for download internationally right away iTunes link.
As one would come to expect from a trading application, the mobile interface allows traders to buy and sell their bitcoins, but also view orders, charts, and so forth.
The application also supports three trading pairs: BTC/CNY, LTC/CNY, LTC/BTC. Market and limit order options are also available (and let’s be honest, why would they not be?).
Outside this BTC China app, the exchange continues with their ambitious plans to expand. Behind the curtains is a new app awaiting approval from Apple called Picasso.
Picasso isn’t quite the trader’s application. Rather, it’s aimed to the traditional consumer who happens to have an interest in bitcoin. In essence, it’s a wallet, and users are able to sell bitcoin at their leisure, as if it were a mini-ATM in the palm of their hands.
At one point, BTC China was the largest bitcoin exchange in the world (thanks to Chinese interest in bitcoin late last year). It still remains a top trading platform — particularly in China — but plans to expand internationally.
Can they conquer BitStamp and BTC-e?
[textmarker color=”C24000″]Source[/textmarker] CoinDesk