No-fee Mobile Trading App Quantfury Increases Crypto Support with Addition of DASH

The no-fees mobile trading app Quantfury has been expanding its crypto services lately, most notably with the addition of the DASH cryptocurrency. The coin now joins the ranks amongst fellow cryptocurrencies Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), EOS, Ripple (XRP), IOTA, NEO and several others in Quantfury’s growing list of supported crypto assets.  

DASH has become increasingly popular lately amongst retailers due to its speed and ease-of-use as a payment platform, especially in countries in Latin America and South American regions. Following the recent collapse of the Venezuelan Bolivar following political upheaval and trade sanctions, Venezuelan citizens have been attempting to adopt cryptocurrencies like DASH as both a store of value and means of trade.

Quantfury CEO Kim Gregory mentioned the advantages of DASH in a press release announcing its addition, saying “In the world of trading and investing, speed and timing of deploying your assets is critical. The addition of Dash with its rapid transaction speed is a great advantage for Quantfurians.”

DASH is the 14th highest ranked cryptocurrency and is currently trading at $148.99 with a market cap of $1.3 billion. The coin has benefited from the recent growth in the cryptocurrency market, more than doubling in price this year since trading at a low of $65 in early February.

A Guide to the Qauntfury Trading App   

Quantfury is an online mobile trading app that offers users access to real-time market quotes, trading tools, and financial instruments. It is one of few crypto trading apps that charge no commission fees, leverage fees, or any other hidden fees.

Founded in 2017 and licensed in the British Virgin Islands, Quantfury has offices in both Toronto and Singapore. In addition to its support for cryptocurrencies, Quantfury offers users the ability to trade in hundreds of different stocks such as Facebook, Amazon, and Tesla, or commodities including gold, silver, platinum, oil, gas, and copper.


The Quantfury trading app is available on both iOS and Android and, according to its website, takes only two minutes to download and register. Once signed up, users can instantly start trading after adding funds directly from their crypto wallets for Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), Tether (USDT), DASH and QTUM.

Available assets and trading pairs

Currently, Quantfury offers a wide range of crypto to fiat trading pairs including BTC/USD, BTC/EUR, ETH/USD, ETH/EUR, EOS/USD, EOS/EUR, LTC/USD, DASH/USD and several others. Fiat to fiat trading pairs are also available for most common currencies like the U.S. Dollar (USD), Euro (EUR), British Pound (GBP), Japanese Yen (JPY) and Canadian Dollar (CAD).


One of Quantfury’s most attractive features for traders is its ‘no-fee’ leverage service. Users can trade at up to 20x leverage on the app without incurring any additional fees. Unlike other crypto trading apps, leverage is provided in fiat currency and funded with a users choice of crypto as collateral. Leverage on Quantfury comes with a high degree of flexibility and can be spread over assets, commodities, and equities.

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