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Tradesmarter Integrates TradingView’s Charting Tool into Wow Trader

by Solomon Oladipupo
  • The update comes with over 80 technical indicators and other features.
  • A number of industry stakeholders have partnered with TradingView since the start of 2022.
Tradesmarter Integrates TradingView’s Charting Tool into Wow Trader
Source: Tradesmarter
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Tradesmarter, a trading technology provider, has partnered with TradingView, a charting and social network platform, to integrate the latter’s charting tool into Wow Trader, its white-label trading solution platform.

The update comes with over 80 technical indicators, different chart types and drawing tools, among other features, Tradesmarter said in a press statement shared with Finance Magnates.

“TradingView is a widely popular investing tool used by millions of investors and traders around the world. By integrating this outstanding charting tool, WOW Trader adds to its 11-year history of platform evolution and commitment to providing the most seamless trading experience for brokerages and financial services providers across the globe,” Tradesmarter explained.

Industry Collaborations

Tradesmarter’s partnership with TradingView is one of several partnerships that have been witnessed in the industry since the start of 2022. In August, New Zealand-based BlackBull Markets teamed up with TradingView to enable its clients to execute trades directly from the popular charting and social trading platform.

Similarly, cryptocurrency exchange OKX arranged a partnership with TradingView in July to enable its users to execute their trades from their TradingView accounts.

“We are the first global crypto exchange of our size to integrate at this level with TradingView. Our primary focus is to bring better tooling and insights to crypto traders by allowing them to analyze market data, create custom charts, and use those signals to make more informed trades,” OKX explained.

Furthermore, in May, an Australian FX and CFD provider, Eightcap collaborated with TradingView to enable its clients to trade directly from TradingView's charts into their Eightcap trading accounts. “Clients will be able to access 12 chart types, including Renko and Point and Figure, rewind the markets and watch the price action unfold and create custom formulas and timeframes,” Eightcap explained.

Earlier in the year, Melbourne-based broker Pepperstone partnered with TradingView to provide its traders access to the platform’s charts, analysis and other trading tools.TradingView, which was founded in 2011, says its platform is used by over 30 million traders and investors across the world to spot opportunities across global markets.

Tradesmarter, a trading technology provider, has partnered with TradingView, a charting and social network platform, to integrate the latter’s charting tool into Wow Trader, its white-label trading solution platform.

The update comes with over 80 technical indicators, different chart types and drawing tools, among other features, Tradesmarter said in a press statement shared with Finance Magnates.

“TradingView is a widely popular investing tool used by millions of investors and traders around the world. By integrating this outstanding charting tool, WOW Trader adds to its 11-year history of platform evolution and commitment to providing the most seamless trading experience for brokerages and financial services providers across the globe,” Tradesmarter explained.

Industry Collaborations

Tradesmarter’s partnership with TradingView is one of several partnerships that have been witnessed in the industry since the start of 2022. In August, New Zealand-based BlackBull Markets teamed up with TradingView to enable its clients to execute trades directly from the popular charting and social trading platform.

Similarly, cryptocurrency exchange OKX arranged a partnership with TradingView in July to enable its users to execute their trades from their TradingView accounts.

“We are the first global crypto exchange of our size to integrate at this level with TradingView. Our primary focus is to bring better tooling and insights to crypto traders by allowing them to analyze market data, create custom charts, and use those signals to make more informed trades,” OKX explained.

Furthermore, in May, an Australian FX and CFD provider, Eightcap collaborated with TradingView to enable its clients to trade directly from TradingView's charts into their Eightcap trading accounts. “Clients will be able to access 12 chart types, including Renko and Point and Figure, rewind the markets and watch the price action unfold and create custom formulas and timeframes,” Eightcap explained.

Earlier in the year, Melbourne-based broker Pepperstone partnered with TradingView to provide its traders access to the platform’s charts, analysis and other trading tools.TradingView, which was founded in 2011, says its platform is used by over 30 million traders and investors across the world to spot opportunities across global markets.

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