7 apps for crypto trading if you don't want to use Robinhood

Posted On: May 9, 2021   |   Posted By: Business Insider

Table of Contents: Masthead StickySummary List Placement Robinhood recently experienced a crypto trading outage at the same time that the popular cryptocurrency Dogecoin's prices surged. Though the investment app took to Twitter to reassure its users that it had fully restored crypto trading services, Robinhood's brief pause in function temporarily blocked several traders from placing orders.
Robinhood doesn't currently allow traders to transfer crypto assets out of their accounts. But if you're considering alternatives to Robinhood, we've highlighted seven investment apps that let you buy multiple cryptocurrency options.
Keep reading to see which crypto app is best for you.
1. Coinbase offers Bitcoin, Dogecoin, and 50 other cryptocurrencies
In addition to its extensive cryptocurrency selection, Coinbase provides an array of investment options for individuals and institutions. These include Coinbase Earn (a feature that pays you in crypto assets for watching educational videos), Coinbase Pro (an advanced...

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