According to the websites ranking provider ‘Alexa’ Yahoo.com, ranks as the sixth most visitedweb siteglobally. The company recentlyannounced this weekthatit’spartnered with ‘TradeIt’ and would permitusers to trade directly in digital currencies from Yahoo Finance.
As with Yahoo Finance’s stockcommercefeature,thatthe firm firstly launched last year, userswould currentlyseepurchaseand sell buttons now oneverydigital currency’s quote page.Onceinitiating a trade,they will log into an externalaccount(Coinbase, Robinhood, etc.) and execute thepurchaseor sell order,while notredirecting fromthe Yahoo Finance platform.
The company mentioning its new feature quoted:
“As the leadingsupplierof economicknowledge, insights, and editorial content,we are alwaystrying to find newwaystoserve audiences on the Yahoo Finance platform.”
At present, the cryptocurrencycommercefeatureis simplyobtainableon the iOS version of the Yahoo Finance mobile app,thatrankssixtiethwithin theApp Store’s financesection category.
Some users hadat firstseen 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 toa properlaunch “inthe approachingweeks.”
Notably, Yahoo Japan —thatwas launched as aventurebetween Yahoo and Softbankhoweveris not any longerconnectedwith itsnamesake—proclaimedearlier this year thatit’llpurchase a40% sharein a nativedigital currency exchange.