Winklevoss Twins' Crypto Exchange Adds TradingView Integration

Gemini users can now execute trades directly through the TradingView interface.

AccessTimeIconFeb 4, 2020 at 12:00 p.m. UTC
Updated Sep 13, 2021 at 12:14 p.m. UTC

Cryptocurrency exchange Gemini has integrated one of the world’s leading real-time markets data and charting platforms, TradingView.

With the addition, Gemini users can execute trades directly through the TradingView interface. Users also get access to such features as charting tools and a trading community forum.

"You can now use TradingView’s enhanced charting and screening tools, watchlists and social features to facilitate your trading strategies and order execution, while maintaining the safety and security of trading on our exchange," said Gemini – founded by entrepreneurs Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss – in an emailed announcement on Tuesday.

The exchange has set up a how-to guide for users wanting to connect a Gemini account to TradingView.

"Looking ahead, we will continue to invest in relationships and integrations with products and services that we believe will enhance your trading experience, and help move the crypto industry forward," according to the company.

The announcement comes days after Gemini completed an independent SOC 2 Type 2 examination conducted by consulting firm Deloitte.

“We believe this kind of assurance, in addition to other safeguards we have implemented such as digital asset insurance, helps protect our customers data and cryptocurrency,” Yusuf Hussain, head of risk at Gemini, said about the examination.

On Jan. 16 the firm said it had created an insurance company to protect clients against the potential loss of assets from its offline vaults – with a hefty $200 million coverage limit.

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