Cryptowatch has launched technical analysis (TA) alerts as a feature to all traders. In this new post you will learn how to enable and use SMA and price cross alerts in the Cryptowatch terminal.
Cryptowatch has added live market data from crypto derivatives exchange Deribit. The new data integration enables traders to track and analyze candlestick charts, market depth, and real-time trades from the exchange that currently ranks as the seventh biggest crypto derivatives venue by volume.
This volatility report covers Bitcoin’s sideways swing in June, as well as historical volatility trends and correlations to gold and the S&P500.
Popular crypto investor Mati Greenspan tells us why social media is one of his top sources for analysis, what Tether has in common with most central banks, and why knowledge & experience are the keys to becoming a successful trader.
This August, Cryptowatch will replace its SaaS-style pricing tiers with a new, more flexible à la carte pricing model called Credits. Find out more details about the new pricing model in this post.
After creating a free account, traders can now use the Cryptowatch terminal to monitor and execute orders on crypto exchanges that include Kraken, Binance, Coinbase Pro, Bitfinex, Bitstamp, and Poloniex.
In this how to guide, we walk you through the process of setting up a new Cryptowatch account, connecting to an exchange, and then executing your first trade.
Bitcoin and forex trader Mr. TA tells us how he levels up his trading skills in online forums, what he doesn't like about altcoins, and why he decided to move away from trading Bitcoin on BitMEX.
This volatility report covers Bitcoin’s climb back above $10,000 in May, as well as historical volatility trends and correlations to gold and the S&P500.
When SIN started trading, he drew his charts by hand. After decades trading in the gold and natural gas pits, and writing models for his own trading firm, SIN has plenty of wisdom to share about trading psychology and the transition from analog to digital trading.