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DIFX Exchange Introduces New Features To Trading Platform

Digital Financial Exchange (DIFX), a cross-asset exchange, has launched an updated version of its trading platform, which includes a wide variety of brand-new capabilities. The long-awaited futures trading feature is part of the latest update. With this feature, users may take advantage of both traditional and digital markets to increase their returns on investments in assets like as equities, indices, metals, commodities, and cryptocurrencies.

What DIFX’s new features bring

DIFX exchange has updated the platform’s style and appearance to give users an improved trading experience.  Also, users can now create accounts by providing authentic email addresses and phone numbers, and then customize their trading experience from there. Trading in spot and futures pairs are now categorized, with algorithmic trading and crypto pricing being some of the more recent additions. In addition, the DIFX exchange has recently implemented an order book. This allows for filtering, decimal selection, and the conversion of low-value balances into DIFX tokens.

DIFX users can also construct trade views that include only their preferred assets and individualized alerts to monitor the progress of their investments. Also, users are able to generate a unique usernames and avatars for their profile. Additionally, the new platform supports biometric logins and two-factor authentication.

Because of their relationship with Fireblocks, DIFX is now able to offer fully insured wallets, which is a key market difference for the exchange. This enables them to successfully offer third-party insured custodian services. In spite of the volatility that is currently present in the cryptocurrency market, the changes demonstrate substantial progress made toward DIFX’s mission to broaden the use of blockchain and cryptocurrencies.

DIFX CEO and Co-Founder Jeetu Kataria feels that crypto winters are a fantastic way to test the market and weed out underperformers. The number of people signing up to the exchange has climbed by 20% in the time leading up to the launch of the new features