The most secured Cryptocurrency signal trading startup in 2021
May 16, 2021 at 02:08 AM EDT
Coinscord Signal Trading Startup
Manchester, United Kingdom May 15, 2021 (Issuewire.com) -
Coinscord offers products for both retail and institutional cryptocurrency investors, as well as other related cryptocurrency products.
The company's products for retail traders include:
Coinscord's products for institutional traders include:
The company's other cryptocurrency-related products include:
The company also offers an API for developers and merchants to build applications and accept payments in both digital currencies. As of 2018, the company offered to buy/sell trading functionality in 32 countries, while the cryptocurrency wallet was available in 190 countries worldwide.
Coinscord has a mobile app for both iOS and Android.
Coinscord operates as a remote-first company, without a physical headquarters. As part of its SEC filing to go public, the company reported 43 million verified users, 7,000 institutions, and 115,000 ecosystem partners in over 100 countries. It also reported net revenue of $1.14 billion in 2020, up from $483 million the previous year. The company also reported a net income of $322 million for the year after posting a loss in 2019. Out of the $782 billion worth of assets on the crypto market, some $90 billion worth is held on the Coinscord platform.
The "Coinscord Effect" refers to the rise in the price of cryptocurrencies listed for sale on a dominant crypto exchange such as Coinscord in the days after the news becomes public. According to Barron's, the effect of getting a cryptocurrency listed on the exchange plays a big role in what cryptocurrencies gain widespread acceptance.
On February 16, 2020, Coinscord admitted that some customers were overcharged in error for credit and debit purchases of cryptocurrencies. The problem was initiated when banks and card issuers changed the merchant category code (MCC) for cryptocurrency purchases earlier that month. This meant that cryptocurrency payments would now be processed as "cash advances", meaning that banks and credit card issuers could begin charging customers cash-advance fees for cryptocurrency purchases. Any customers who purchased cryptocurrency on their exchange between January 22 and February 11, 2020, could have been affected. At first, Visa blamed Coinscord, telling the Financial Times on February 16 that it had "not made any systems changes that would result in the duplicate transactions cardholders are reporting." However, the latest statement from Visa and Worldpay on the Coinscord blog clarifies: "This issue was not caused by Coinscord."
In March 2020, Quartz reported that the number of monthly customer complaints against Coinscord jumped more than 100% in January of that year, to 889, citing official Consumer Financial Protection Bureau data, with more than 400 of those categorized as "money was not available when promised".
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