Social Trading platform Bingbon has announced a landmark partnership with market tracker TradingView. As per the deal, the Singapore-based exchange will provide broker access to TradingView, which boasts over 30 million active users.
The API integration means that TradingView members can now log into their brokerage accounts, access broker’s streaming data, and dispatch orders directly to the broker. In turn, Bingbon users will be able to manage their trades via TradingView, where they can also refine their investment strategies and research trading ideas.
“Working with TradingView is a distinct pleasure of ours,” said Bingbon’s Communications and Partnership Manager Elvisco Carrington. “We are better able to transform our social trading exchange into a world-class playground for traders. Further collaboration with TradingView will help Bingbon grow its network of investors and traders on the platform.”
“We look forward to more cooperation projects between Bingbon and TradingView in the future,” added TradingView’s Growth Director of Greater China, Mark Ting.
Established in 2011 and headquartered in New York, TradingView supports a range of markets including digital assets, fiat currencies, stocks, indices, futures, and bonds. The platform combines technical indicators, real-time charts, and an integrated social network where users can share market insights and discuss profitable trades.
This announcement marks the latest synergy between the market tracker and Bingbon: the social trading exchange previously completed chart data docking with TradingView, encompassing charting tools, indicators, and overlays.
Bingbon Making Big Moves in Derivatives Space
It’s been a busy period for Bingbon, which has carved out a place in the hyper-competitive world of crypto derivatives. Last month, the platform joined forces with payment hub AdvCash, enabling it to extend its reach in Ukraine and Kazakhstan.
The link-up also brought a range of new payment options to Bingbon, with over one million users now able to fund their accounts with fiat through Visa and Mastercard, Russian MIR cards, and the ADV e-wallet. As with its competitors, Eastern Europe remains a key priority for Bingbon due to its populous crypto community.
Soon after sealing the AdvCash deal, Bingbon linked up with peer-to-peer finance platform Paxful, enabling users to access the latter’s comprehensive fiat-to-crypto network directly on Bingbon. In all, Paxful supports almost 400 payment methods including bank transfer, PayPal, Skrill and Neteller.
Distinct from its competitors, Bingbon is known for its social trading feature that permits traders to share lucrative information and ideas. With copy trading, newbie traders can mirror the activities of veterans who earn an additional source of revenue.
Bingbon will be hoping its integration with TradingView compels more new and seasoned investors to do business on the platform.
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