Learning the user base, brand identity, and the core requirements of client's vision.
This phase involved interviewing subjects and conducting usability testing.
Leveraging tools such as Figma, wireframe, Style Guide, & UI Design principles.
Developing the solution using top-notch technology while implementing core functionalities, reviewing code, troubleshooting, testing, and releasing the product.
News from 1,000+ sources
Our news aggregator pulls information from 1,006 different services and presents them to users in an intelligent, curated format.
Crypto signals from 20 markets
A trading tool pulls real-time information from 20 different crypto trading markets.
Our trading tool needed to be user-friendly and work on mobile to compete with the industry's most popular offerings.
Real-time trading data
Users get real-time trading data through our desktop and mobile app for crypto trading.
We reviewed Algory's need for a trading tool after its initial launch. We supported them by providing two of our software developers to create custom trading and news software. During the project, we extensively used microservices to reduce our hardware needs.
One of the biggest challenges was devising a simple way to present the vast amount of data we collected. We needed to create an application updating real-time data from 1,026 external sources. Our success depended on our ability to deliver this on time.
Algory is one of the first Polish projects in the cryptocurrency industry. We’ve helped Algory in creating its own token based on Ethereum network, and ran an Initial Coin Offering. We’ve supported Algory with additional developers and augmented their current team by 2 custom software developers. Together we’ve created a multifunctional trading tool. It is used to display signals coming from 20 cryptocurrency markets and as a news aggregator that displays news from 1006 different services.
Users can browse the latest cryptocurrency news from the app, anywhere.
The app collects data from 20 different cryptocurrency markets and sends information as signals to the users.