A series of advanced charts and data will be available to Binance traders.
TradingView makes it easy to cross-analyze Binance assets with, for example, commodities.
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Binance, the world’s largest bitcoin (BTC) and cryptocurrency exchange, announced the integration of its spot service with TradingView, the renowned technical analysis platform.
According to a statement from the exchange, “this integration will allow Binance users to trade cryptocurrency on Binance spot directly within the TradingView browser and desktop apps, connecting to the platform using their Binance accounts.”
Trading spot from TradingView allows Binance users to take advantage of Binance features and tools, both user interface and advanced analytics offered by TradingView.
Possibly, this interconnectivity between both platforms makes Binance financial products more accessible to many more people. Especially to those traditional investors interested in making use of level I and II analytical tools, advanced data and cross-analysis between cryptocurrencies and other asset classes, such as commodities.
“Access to data is key for traders in any market. Having more graph data helps better inform and develop our industry for rapid growth, as well as drive greater adoption among major investors. We are seeing an increase in demand for reporting tools as retail users and institutional clients thrive in current market conditions. Users now have the convenience of a single login to use the TradingView interface by trading directly on Binance, the largest and most liquid digital asset exchange.”
Catherine Chen, Director of Binance VIP and Institutional.
How to access Binance from TradingView?
To connect from the technical analysis platform to Binance, just:
- Log into your TradingView account. If you do not have one or have not yet registered on the platform, you can create an account from its official website and enter it by clicking on ‘get started’ or ‘start’, in the upper right corner.
- Once inside the main interface, take a look at the bottom of the page and click on ‘Trading Panel’.
- Immediately afterwards, move your cursor over the Binance logo and click ‘connect’. If this logo does not appear, scroll down further until you see the ‘See all brokers’ button. Click on it and look for the Binance logo.
4. Login to Binance through the TradingView window using your account data.
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