Losing track of daily crypto developments? Enter Coin News, a one-stop mobile app

Cryptocurrencies are infamously notorious for several reasons. There’s the scams, the politics, the in-fighting, the regulations, the pump and dumps, and the myriad other things that occur within the sector on a daily basis.

But one reason remains understated—that of the steady pace of developments and new technological advancements introduced seemingly every hour. There are new yield farms to dip toes into, new coins to ape into, new research to ponder upon, and new ecosystems to consider about.

All of the above culminates into a dilemma for the average individual. How does one keep track of so many news and developments at once? How does one quickly gain all the fundamental details needed to plot the next moves into new ecosystems and investments? How does one know what’s happening in their legal jurisdictions or another—developments that could indirectly affect one’s read of the overall market, or worse, their personal portfolios

The answer’s simple: Collate nearly every news, research, and development from the many crypto sub-sectors on a simple, easy-to-use app. And Coin News happens to be just that.

Coin News 101

Coin News collects news from many sources in different languages for users. News is sorted into categories such as: Bitcoin, Ethereum, Altcoins, DeFi, Blockchain, NFT, Analytics, Mining, Regulation, and Other—providing people with round-the-clock coverage of everything happening in the crypto space.

One can read news in different languages, create a feed from the best news sources—such as Forbes, CoinDesk, and CryptoSlate—with the list of sources constantly updated.

Based on individual interests and likes, users can receive notifications of new events and even select the categories and news sources that they are most comfortable with. This means if Forbes releases an exclusive interview or CryptoSlate an article, a user would be immediately, instantly, notified.

There’s no use of active interest either. The “Offline Mode” allows users to read news anytime anywhere without an internet connection, meaning jumping on a plane would not mean jumping off from the crypto market anymore!

And of course, there’s no missing an article anymore. The “Bookmark and Share” feature saves articles offline for users to read later without an internet connection. All news within the app can also be shared instantly with friends via various social mediums.

What are you waiting for then? Try it out now! – Coin News.

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post brought to you by Coin News.

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