Crypto exchange OKX partners with TradingView

Rick Steves

OKX has announced it has partnered with TradingView in a milestone move for the cryptocurrency exchange, which will bring over 260 more cryptos to the top investing platform that already counts with 30 million customers.

OKX has announced it has partnered with TradingView in a milestone move for the cryptocurrency exchange, which will bring over 260 more cryptos to the top investing platform that already counts with 30 million customers.

Under the partnership, TradingView’s users can now execute trades on OKX directly through the platform and are provided with 640 more spot trading pairs and over 100 crypto derivatives.

TradingView is the number one most visited investing site in the world as it provides an in-demand solution for new and experienced traders in a world increasingly interconnected through social media for investment research, and financial guidance.

Placing trades via OKX without leaving TradingView

Haider Rafique, Global Chief Marketing Officer, OKX commented: “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. With this partnership, TradingView customers can place trades via OKX without leaving the site, while OKX customers can make the most of TradingView charting within the OKX exchange. This enables faster decision making for traders and saves them having to click in and out of different views.”

While OKX already caters to clients across 180 countries, the crypto exchange has recently received a provisional virtual assets license to operate in Dubai. The Seychelles-based cryptocurrency exchange has obtained the approval from Dubai’s Virtual Assets Regulatory Authority (VARA).

VARA serves as the single custodial entity mandated to license and govern crypto activities in Dubai, including exchange products and services to pre-qualified investors and professional financial service providers under strict oversight and mandatory FATF compliance controls.

Earlier this month, OKX launched Block Trading so that professionals and institutionals can execute large, privately negotiated transactions off the order books. The offering includes crypto spot, futures, options, and perpetual swap trades, as well as multi-leg combination trades, over the counter.

OKX has plans to eventually expand Block Trading to offer bespoke strategies, further OTC products and integrations with DeFi derivatives protocols.

The crypto exchange, which ranks second globally in derivatives trading volume, offers a portfolio margin mode for multi-currency margining with a risk offsetting functionality, and offers over 500 spot pairs and more than 250 linear and inverse perpetual swaps and futures contracts.

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