dYdX Chain Releases Android Beta Version

dYdX Chain Releases Android Beta Version

dYdX Chain Introduces Android Beta

dYdX chain has launched the Android Beta Version in an effort to democratize financial opportunities. The dYdX chain went live eight months ago. This new development is designed to make trading easier and faster for more people. According to dYdX, the dYdX chain has processed more than $150B of volume since its inception.

The Android Beta version of dYdX chain (v4) is open-sourced on GitHub. The beta phase is designed to collect feedback from users in order to improve the platform and its user experience. Users can submit feedback and request new features via the dYdX Discord.

Android Beta Version Features

The Android Beta version of dYdX chain will have all of the features that you love from the iOS and web versions. It's important to remember that dYdX V4 for Android will only be made available in specific regions. The beta version is available today on Google Play Store for users in approved regions.

About dYdX

dYdX, a decentralized trading system with the mission of democratizing access to financial opportunities, is a platform that aims to do just that. Platform believes the dYdX chain represents a significant step towards achieving this, and enabling listings that are driven by the community furthers its objective. dYdX has a number of open roles for those who are interested in helping to build the future of DeFi. They encourage interested individuals join the Discord discussion or follow them on Twitter to get updates.

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It's important to note, however, that dYdX products and services are not available to individuals or entities residing in, located in, incorporated in or having registered offices in Canada or the United States, as well as Restricted People, defined in the Terms of Use for dYdX. The information contained herein is not intended to be a substitute for professional financial, legal or tax advice. dYdX recommends that users conduct their own research and consult a professional before making any decisions based on the content.

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