- Major crypto exchange Currency.com is pairing up with TradingView.
- Currency.com will be integrated with the TradingView platform.
- The partnership will give Currency.com users access to TradingView’s analysis.
High-growth crypto exchange Currency.com announced this week its partnership with TradingView. This will allow clients to access TradingView, one of the largest trading communities, using their Currency.com account.
The development emphasizes the crypto exchange’s commitment to providing its clients with a wide range of educational tools. That is to say, it will help users access the digital market confidently and conveniently.
As per the partnership, Currency.com will be integrated with the TradingView all-in-one financial network. At the moment, the trading platform serves over 13 million traders worldwide. With this move, it will become accessible to Currency.com clients as well. They will be able to use TradingView’s analysis and charts.
Not just this, but they can share trading ideas with their peers in real-time as well. Moreover, Currency.com clients will have access to TradingView solutions via their accounts with immediate effect, except for those in the US, UK, France, and Canada.
Additionally, TradingView users will also be able to make use of Currency.com services. In this way, they can enjoy tight spreads with no hidden fees.
Also, Vitaliy Kedyk, head of strategy at Currency.com, commented on this development focusing on how it will enrich their customers’ trading experience.
At Currency.com we are committed to supporting our clients with cutting-edge technology, exhaustive education resources, and razor-sharp analysis to help them access markets responsibly and with confidence.
Further, Pierce Crosby, general manager at TradingView, commented on the partnership as well. He said, “We’re excited to offer Currency.com as an option for our customers to connect to. More and more cryptocurrency platforms have accelerated their development schedule to integrate with TradingView’s technology – we assume this trend will continue.”