Back in July, we gave your Newton dashboard a new look 👀 which included portfolio tracking features such as the profit/loss of your holdings and average cost. We’ve now added a performance page to the mobile app which tracks your portfolio performance, historical portfolio value, and money movements in and out of your account (both fiat and crypto).
Now, when placing a trade, your quote will be held for up to 10 seconds. When the timer hits zero, simply hit refresh and a new quote will be pulled and locked in for up to 10 more seconds. In a fast-moving market, that certainty can make a big difference. No more second-guessing the final price you pay – your quote is locked in.
Track your favorite coins on your phone’s home screen with Newton widgets. View several coins at once with watchlists, or obsess over a single coin—the choice is yours!
Cryptocurrencies have revolutionized the financial landscape, offering new possibilities for digital transactions and decentralized systems. One such cryptocurrency, XRP, has gained significant attention in recent years. However, its journey has been marked by a legal battle with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) who assert that Ripple Labs have been offering an unregulated security. Read on to learn about XRP’s purpose, the timeline of the SEC lawsuit, and ongoing developments.
We wanted to give our Newton community a friendly reminder to be vigilant against scams targeting our users through impersonation tactics. Fraudsters have been attempting to deceive users by sending emails claiming to be from Newton, but upon closer investigation, these emails do not originate from our official channels. We take your security seriously, and we want to ensure that you are equipped with the knowledge to safeguard yourself against such scams. In this blog post, we'll shed light on the issue and provide you with essential tips to stay protected.
In our hyper-connected cyber world, how does one keep safe online, especially when it comes to crypto security? Threats to crypto security are broadly sorted into two categories, internal and external threats. Internal threats are threats of one losing their crypto due to a mistake they made on their own. External threats define threats that come from malicious third-party actors.