Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss are teaming up with another social network. The financial visualization platform TradingView today announced the integration partnership of crypto exchange Gemini, founded by the Winklevoss twins in 2014.
TradingView Gemini Partnership gives millions of people on the popular social network a new way to trade and invest cryptocurrencies directly on TradingView.
In order to use the option, users will have to create both a TradingView and a Gemini account.
The New York-based crypto exchange, which integrates Nasdaq’s fraud surveillance technology, is subject to capital reserve requirements, cybersecurity requirements and banking compliance standards established by the New York State Department of Financial Services and the New York Banking Law.
TradingView joins other major platforms, such as Robinhood and eToro, that are tapping into a broad base of traditional investors and traders to introduce multi-billion-dollar digital currencies, such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash and Litecoin.
In addition to powering live orders and tracking real-time data, the platform allows its users to observe other traders and post charts, blogs and technical analysis.
In October of 2017, TradingView reported a total of over three million monthly active users.
Are you a new stock investor who’s a visual thinker and wants to pore over charts before jumping in? Or maybe you’re an experienced trader who’s sick of paying sky-high prices for expensive stock-scanning software? No matter your level, TradingView wants to help with low-cost analysis and charts.
TradingView is cloud-based charting and social-networking software for both beginner and advanced active investment traders. Basic charting, research and analysis information is available with a free account, but most trades must be done outside the platform because only select brokerages are linked to TradingView at this time.
TradingView is available on any desktop and on all iOS devices through the App Store.