According to the websites ranking provider ‘Alexa’ Yahoo.com, ranks as the sixth most visited web site globally. The company recently announced this week that it’s partnered with ‘TradeIt’ and would permit users to trade directly in digital currencies from Yahoo Finance.
As with Yahoo Finance’s stock commerce feature, that the firm firstly launched last year, users would currently see purchase and sell buttons now on every digital currency’s quote page. Once initiating a trade, they will log into an external account (Coinbase, Robinhood, etc.) and execute the purchase or sell order, while not redirecting from the Yahoo Finance platform.
The company mentioning its new feature quoted:
“As the leading supplier of economic knowledge, insights, and editorial content, we are always trying to find new ways to serve audiences on the Yahoo Finance platform.”
At present, the cryptocurrency commerce feature is simply obtainable on the iOS version of the Yahoo Finance mobile app, that ranks sixtieth within the App Store’s finance section category.
Some users had at first seen the feature on the desktop and mobile versions of Yahoo Finance, that disappeared soon.As per the company its was testing its upcoming platform prior to a proper launch “in the approaching weeks.”
Notably, Yahoo Japan — that was launched as a venture between Yahoo and Softbank however is not any longer connected with its namesake — proclaimed earlier this year that it’ll purchase a 40% share in a native digital currency exchange.