Crypto exchange Gemini has just launched a mobile wallet for its users.
Gemini CEO and co-founder Tyler Winklevoss wrote in a Medium post on Tuesday that the new app allows customers to buy or sell cryptocurrencies, view market prices, see their own portfolio values and set price alerts, among other features geared toward traders.
The exchange is working to “build the future of money” through its licensed exchange and regulated custodian, Winklevoss wrote, ensuring that customers can entrust their holdings to a compliant platform.
Besides buying, selling, sending, receiving and storing cryptocoins, the app comes with a couple of advanced features. These include setting recurring buy orders and buying a basket of cryptocurrencies (called Cryptoverse) with a single order.
And even if you’re not a Gemini customer, you can still use the app (provided it’s available in your region) to check prices and access historical price data for the cryptocurrencies that are available on Gemini.
Among the offerings is Gemini’s basket, dubbed the Cryptoverse, which allows customers to simultaneously purchase all of the coins currently offered by the exchange – bitcoin, ether, bitcoin cash, zcash and litecoin – at once.
The coins are weighted by market capitalization, according to the post.
Gemini added bitcoin cash just days ago, after securing approval from the New York Department of Financial Services.
Gemini was launched in 2015 by Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss and was touted as one of the first cryptocurrency exchanges that’s fully regulated and fully compliant with U.S. laws. It currently operates in all U.S. states except Hawaii, as well as Canada, Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea and the U.K.
“Cryptocurrency never sleeps so it’s important for us to make it easy for our customers to engage with it wherever they are and whenever they want,” Cameron Winklevoss, president of Gemini, said in a statement.