Tuesday, October 4, 2022

TradingView Integrates with OKX Exchange to Bring More Trading Options To Users

TradingView, the most visited investing site in the world, has just announced its partnership with crypto exchange OKX. According to the blogpost, the partnership will allow TradingView to bring over 260 cryptocurrencies to its platform. This means that its 30 million users will now have access to over 100 more crypto derivatives. Additionally, they’ll also be able to access at least, 640 more spot trading pairs.

OKX welcomes TradingView collaboration

In his thoughts about the collaboration, OKX global chief marketing officer, Haider Rafique said in part:

“We are the first global crypto exchange of our size to integrate at this level with TradingView.”

Furthermore, Rafique also mentioned the benefits of the platform’s strategic collaboration with TradingView. He confirms that crypto traders on OKX will now have the insights and analytics tools of TradingView at their disposal. And this will effectively inform the kind of trades they make. In the same vein, TradingView users can also place trades directly on the platform, although, that’ll be powered by OKX. About the partnership, Rafique also said:

“This enables faster decision making for traders and saves them having to click in and out of different views.”

Among the new cryptocurrencies added to TradingView through this collaboration are; Cosmos (ATOM), Near (NEAR), and Monero (XMR). Meanwhile, there will also be swaps and futures for coins like Aave (AAVE), Litecoin (LTC), and Solana (SOL).

Efforts to make crypto trading seamless are on the rise

It might be interesting to note that exchanges are exploring every way possible, to improve on their crypto trading services. And there are various reports of such strategic collaborations, with exchanges looking to bolster business growth and development. 

Recently, and in a similar manner as OKX, Singapore-based crypto exchange Bybit also recently integrated with Actant, per Blockchain.News report. The report claimed that the partnership will give Bybit users access to innovative quoting, automation, trading, and risk tools.

Essentially, TradingView will be leveraging on OKX’s security program in this integration as it exposes its 30 million users to the exchange’s services. But nonetheless, OKX boasts of a robust risk management system, and is very transparent with its protocols as well. So, customer funds are safe, per the investment platform.

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