SOURCE: WPCS International Inc.
EXTON, PA--(Marketwired - Mar 19, 2014) - WPCS International Incorporated (NASDAQ: WPCS), which specializes in contracting services for communications infrastructure and the development of a Bitcoin trading platform, today announced that the beta version of the BTX trader platform, which was previously available only as a downloadable application for Windows-based operating systems, is now available directly from the web by logging onto www.btxtrader.com.
According to Interim CEO Sebastian Giordano, "Launching the web version of our BTX trading platform is yet another milestone for our Company. We have refined our technology during the beta downloadable application phase of our launch and are now ready to offer our users a more enhanced trading experience on the web. We are pleased to now offer the beta via Mac and Linux operating systems."
Divya Thakur, BTX Chief Technology Officer, stated, "Progress with the development of our trading platform remains on schedule and we continue to prepare to roll out new features and functionality, including adding access to market data for the major Bitcoin exchanges, such as Kraken, LocalBTC, Bitfinex, Coindesk, Cryptsy, Bitpay and Bitcoin.de. The online version offers the same feature set and interface customizability our users are accustomed to on the desktop client. We will continue to support both the desktop and web versions of BTX Trader. This release compliments the low latency, high throughput Windows-based downloadable desktop trading platform."
About WPCS International Incorporated:
WPCS operates in two business segments including: (1) providing communications infrastructure contracting services to the public services, healthcare, energy and corporate enterprise markets worldwide; and (2) developing a Bitcoin trading platform. For more information, please visit www.wpcs.com and www.btxtrader.com.
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