we are back with some great news! After some time, Coinmate.io is getting a new update with some pretty neat new features. We skipped the black Friday stampede this year and rather than running through shopping malls, we were running tests to make sure everything works fine. And, it turned out to be a good decision. Want to know more? Here we go!
We are pretty excited about this one. Keeping your account safe is our top priority and how to secure it better, than with the safest hardware wallet there is? Now, you can create a new account using Trezor, skipping all the “confirmation email hassle”. Or you can pair your Trezor with your already existing Coinmate account. Trezor will then be in charge of your login and security settings. And in the near future, you’ll be able to even confirm withdrawals and API settings with Trezor. We are already working on it. For those who own a Trezor, this is an opportunity for an even more hassle-free and safer account administration than ever before.
DAI – multi collateral stablecoin
We know that some of you missed USD trading pairs on Coinmate, or requested stablecoins for your trading strategy. We now have an answer for both requests. DAI is a stablecoin that reflects an approximate value of 1:1 to USD. So from now on, you can trade it with EUR, BTC and ETH on Coinmate. To those curious which of the recently split strains this one is, we implemented the multi-collateral DAI one (the single-collateral SAI is not implemented).
LTC Bech addresses
Some of you missed Bech address format support for Litecoin payments on Coinmate. As always, it did not take many requests to persuade us to add it. From now on, you can use this more easily recognizable address format on Coinmate (the older LTC address types can be identical to Bitcoin ones. LTC Bech addresses start with ltc1, rendering them easily recognizable)
Open orders export
As Order History is already exportable, we are now adding a CSV export in the Open Orders menu. If you like to have a good overview of your open orders, this is a pretty neat feature and so we decided to enable it with this release.
API withdrawal to authorized addresses only
Are there enough security features? Never! If you use an API, you know that enabling account withdrawals through API is a dangerous thing. It’s always better to beef up security on these weak spots. When using API, from now on you will be able to authorize only selected crypto addresses which can be used for withdrawals through API – crypto addresses that have been used from the user interface first, confirmed through 2-factor authentication and saved as a template. With this setting, you can rest assured that the only addresses usable for API withdrawals are the ones you own.
And as a cherry on top, from now on you will be able to switch trading pairs in the public version of our tradeview (the “not logged-in version”)
You are guessing right, we are pretty proud of this piece of work we are just putting in your hands. Hope you’ll enjoy it as much as we do. And if you still miss anything, please do not hesitate to contact us on [email protected]
And as it is with new releases, we have to go offline for about 10 minutes to update it. This one will happen tonight at 10:00 pm CET.
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