DEXFIN launches their first mobile application
DEXFIN releases its powerful crypto management and trading mobile app, rivaling even the highest competition in the industry.
DEXFIN’s mobile application means business. The app’s users will be able to watch cryptocurrency market fluctuations and analyse the latest price and volume development of popular cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, DXF, and others. In addition, users of the app will also be able to manage their currencies portfolio and easily trade at any rate the users want.
DEXFIN’s mobile app comes as an addition to its new portal that elevup designed and developed last year. Therefore, creating the application was faster because of the team’s previous experience.
Elevup wrote the mobile application in Flutter, the open-source framework made by Google, for building apps from a single codebase. “Writing applications in Flutter means significantly cutting down the development cost,” says Daniel Jay Lett, elevup’s CEO. “Writing apps in Flutter is always faster than writing separate codes for the Android and iOS platforms. Also, such development means lower chances of a possible mistake.”
The app needs proper security since it allows users to buy, sell, and manage their cryptocurrency portfolio. Therefore, the application has the same security level as crypto applications Binance and similar applications, allowing user account protection with Two Factor Authentication. Moreover, DEXFIN is obligated to carry out identity and background checks on clients before allowing them to use their product under the “Know Your Customer” (KYC) measures.
Since its foundation in 2018, elevup has delivered advanced software solutions to successful startups and renowned companies and continues to do so today. The Prague-based company develops scalable and tailor-made software products that users love to the complete satisfaction of their numerous clients. The company employs only carefully chosen senior IT professionals, experts in their fields, who guarantee the company’s first-rate deliverables.