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Circle Financial Plans to Launch a New Investment App Next Year

This week the Dublin-based firm Circle Financial revealed a new investment app is coming out in 2018. There’s currently a sneak peak of the “Circle Invest” app that shows multiple cryptocurrency support and a picture of the user interface.

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Circle is Excited to Release a New Crypto-Based App for Retail Investors

Circle Financial Plans to Launch a New Investment App Next YearCircle financial is a cryptocurrency-based firm that was launched back in 2013 and operated a service much like the company Coinbase. The company had done very well for itself over the years raising $136Mn in venture capital. Average investors could use the Circle app to purchase and sell bitcoin but the firm stopped these services more than a year ago. Instead, they focused on large Over-the-Counter (OTC) trading for exchanges and institutional investors. Just recently reported on Circle’s latest project Centre and it’s Trigger Finance acquisition. Now the firm will launch its latest investment app during the new year as the firm details;

Invest in digital currency without investing a lot of time deciphering the market. Circle started in 2013 and we’ve worked in crypto ever since. We’re excited to unveil our latest endeavor.  

Circle Invest Will Boast Multiple Cryptocurrencies and No Commissions

Circle Financial Plans to Launch a New Investment App Next Year
Sneak peak of Circle’s new investment app.

Users can sign up for a wait-list to try the new Circle Invest app by entering their email. According to Circle, there will be no commissions, custodial accounts, liquidity, multiple cryptocurrencies and secure storage. The app’s user interface (UI) reveals the variety of digital assets supported by the platform which includes bitcoin, ethereum, ripple, bitcoin cash, and litecoin. It’s likely the acquisition of Trigger Finance is helping the firm produce the Circle Invest app.

The mobile investment platform Trigger has served thousands of retail investors by tracking U.S. equities, commodities, and even cryptocurrencies. Circle says its use of digital assets and using public blockchains as payment rails combined with Trigger’s expertise will leverage Circle’s “infrastructure and trading operations in the form of new mobile products for individual retail investors.”

What do you think about Circle coming back with a new investment app? Let us know in the comments below.

Images via Shutterstock, and Circle Financial.

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Jamie Redman

Jamie Redman is the News Lead at News and a financial tech journalist living in Florida. Redman has been an active member of the cryptocurrency community since 2011. He has a passion for Bitcoin, open-source code, and decentralized applications. Since September 2015, Redman has written more than 6,000 articles for News about the disruptive protocols emerging today.

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