HitBTC, one of the world’s premier digital asset exchanges, has announced a new partnership with TradingView, a global social network for traders specializing in charting software.
The move will allow TradingView users to manage their orders on HitBTC via the web-trading interface on TradingView. For example, one can place buy or sell orders via the TradingView platform without having to log in to HitBTC, all that is required is for users to submit their private API keys to their TradingView account.
Known for its charts, which are ubiquitous in both crypto and traditional finance sectors, TradingView caters to a community of over 3 million users. The platform, headquartered in the city of Chicago, is used by traders from all over the world to discover, refine and share strategies. Users are given the capability to share their ideas in engaging and visual formats and receive feedback on them from other traders in the community. With three cryptocurrencies ranking among the ten most popular securities on the site, TradingView is home to a robust group of crypto enthusiasts.
This partnership will serve to streamline the trading process for HitBTC clients who rely on the social network for analysis and open up mutually beneficial opportunities for two of the largest user bases in digital asset trading. For HitBTC clients, TradingView integration just made it that much easier to draw up and perfect trading strategies for the exchange’s industry best number of over 800 trading pairs.
Commenting on the partnership, HitBTC’s Peter Swen noted, “We were keen on getting this done because of the benefits it will bring our users. TradingView is a great example of how technology can bring people together in positive and lucrative ways. With everything their platform brings to the table, this integration will make it easier for our users to develop and perfect their craft.”
Pierce Crosby, General Manager at TradingView, added to that, “Today, we're excited to launch HitBTC on TradingView to open up cryptoassets in new markets. We have been working on this release for some time, and think it will be a significant differentiator for our business. We look forward to seeing our traders engage with these new asset classes and be able to trade them in real-time. This is just the beginning."
HitBTC is a crypto exchange with over 800 trading pairs. The platform was created in 2013 and provides exchange, custodial, and other related services. HitBTC offers a range of APIs such as REST, WebSocket and FIX API. The exchange’s UI was developed to meet the needs of the most demanding and sophisticated traders. Users can take advantage of competitive trading fees via HitBTC’s Trading Fee Tier system.
TradingView is a financial visualization platform that provides market data, charting tools, analytics, trading instruments and gives users the possibility to trade on other platforms through API integration. Users can also follow each other and connect with millions of traders to discuss and share their trading ideas with the community. The platform supports a wide range of assets including currencies, stocks, indices, futures, cryptocurrencies, bonds and CFDs.