Bitstamp, a Slovenia-based bitcoin exchange, is currently the number two globally for trading between the United States dollar and bitcoin by volume, according to Bitcoin Charts.
The Coinsetter blog post announcing the news made it clear that market-based Bitstamp orders will be filled on the platform. Customers will also be able to trade in and out of orders directly from Coinsetter traders as well. The post explains:
According to the post, Coinsetter makes it clear that it plans to add other bitcoin exchanges in the future. That could give investors some interesting opportunities given the differing bitcoin prices on various exchanges.
The blog post continues:
Lukasiewicz also told CoinDesk that Coinsetter plans to bring on additional currency pairs for bitcoin trading, including the Euro: “We absolutely plan to offer additional currency pairs in the future.”
The company’s strategy is to act as an electronic communications network (ECN), allowing users to access to multiple exchanges for investing. CoinDesk recently reported that Coinsetter is in the process of raising another $1.5m in order to hire more developers to help build its product.
As it stands, Coinsetter is in limited beta. Interested traders should sign up for the platform’s waiting list to get in queue for a beta access code.
Lukasiewicz explained: “We have sent out less than 1,500 beta codes to date. We have a sizeable sign up list and plan [to open] things up substantially in Q1.”
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