Jul 8, 2018
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TRADE – Live cryptocurrency SPA, prices, trades, volumes, compare, favorites and more

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TRADE – Live Cryptocurrency SPA

TRADE is a live cryptocurrency single page application built on WordPress as a plugin. The plug-in has the following main features:

1. Single Page Front End

The plug-in is linked to one of your existing pages and shows a single page application, more like a software as a service app. The front end of this page is built with React & Redux, the tech stack Facebook user, which makes the user interface more responsive, faster and interactive.

2. Card Codes and Widgets

Currently there are two card codes and a widget to show live trades and history for a particular currency within your existing WordPress pages and sidebars.

3. Admin area

This is where you edit settings like: colors, locations, full app page, custom CSS, SEO and more. The administrator's front area is also built with React, the user interface is fast and does not need to reload the page when you update things.

App preview

App preview (Adsense enabled)

WP shortcodes & widgets showcase


  • Live prices for kryptocurrency
  • Create portfolio feature
  • Cryptocurrency single page
  • History and live prices for a specific cryptokurrency
  • Interactive compare multiple crypto curves
  • Add to Favorites feature
  • Instant search through all cryptocurrencies
  • Fast reactive interface, no need to reload page
  • Supports google adsense ads
  • Supports referral URL for purchase / trade for your favorite exchange
  • All sites can be edited from the admin area

Plugin admin area (video)

Front end showcase

NOTE! The app uses the Coincap API. I have isolated the API calls in such a way that if necessary, I could easily change the data source.


Both "Admin Area" and "Front End" are built using React v16 framework and Material UI


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Jaeho Park completed a Master in Fine Arts at the Hongik University in 1999, followed by a Master in Photographic Studies at the University of Westminster in 2012. After working for many years as a university professor, designer and curator in South Korea.

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