The New York City-based Coinsetter bitcoin exchange has finally launched a full release out of a beta, the company said in a Thursday morning announcement.
The launch makes the exchange — available for both consumers and institutional traders — a full-featured enterprise-level trading platform. Professionally tested, they indicate, with trade executions in as low as 40 milliseconds.
Users now have several options when it comes to account funding via bank transfers and bitcoin transfers. With telephone support from New York City along with impressive trouble ticket response times, this exchange has certainly been impressing as of late.
In a statement, Coinsetter CEO Jaron Lukasiewicz remarked, “Coinsetter’s early focus was to support active traders with a best-in-class trading platform. Although we succeeded in building a trading platform with outstanding technology and services, over the past few months we have extended the scope of our development to support the growing group of bitcoin users and companies that demand access to a reliable API and deep bitcoin liquidity.”
“By expanding our platform’s capabilities, we now offer an institutional-class, plug-and-play package for Bitcoin ATMs, bitcoin payment processors, brokerages and other businesses that need to connect to a bitcoin exchange for liquidity,” he adds. “This feature set isn’t just a plus for bitcoin businesses, though. Our transformation into a full exchange benefits active traders, too, by offering new account funding options that make it easier than ever to deposit and withdraw in both USD and bitcoin. With these new unparalleled advantages and industry-leading trade fees, if you’re currently trading on another bitcoin exchange, you should consider moving your business to Coinsetter.”
In celebration of the launch, Coinsetter says they have reduced trading fees for most active users to just 0.10 percent.
The exchange was founded in 2012 by Wall Street financial professionals.