TradingView: Binance's trading and charting partner
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Take it to the next level
Unleash your full investing potential with intuitive charts and robust trading technologies.
The best of both worlds
Trade Binance Spot and Futures without leaving the TradingView platform.
Trade with a community
Research thousands of up-to-date community ideas and scripts and never trade alone again.
Binance on TradingView
Enjoy the market’s leading trading volumes and liquidity, both hedging and netting modes, and 24/7 Customer Support in more than 40 languages.
All things trading
Watchlists, crypto screeners, and live news are right next to charts and the trading panel.
Highly interactive charts with hundreds of indicators and drawing tools.
Research crypto with technical and descriptive criteria directly from the charts.
Simulate trading and use historical data to test various strategies with detailed reports.
How do I create a TradingView account?
What browsers does TradingView support?
TradingView is compatible with all modern browsers and also has both a Desktop and Mobile app that you can download here.
How do I make deposits and withdrawals?
After connecting to TradingView, all your account transactions – including deposits and withdrawals – will still be operated by Binance.
What is TradingView's status?
You can find the platform's status in real time on the TradingView status page.
What token pairs can I trade on TradingView?
TradingView supports a wide variety of token pairs across multiple exchanges, including various cryptocurrencies, stablecoins, and fiat currencies. You can trade popular pairs like BTC/USDT, ETH/USDT, BNB/USDT, as well as many altcoin pairs. The actual trading pairs available on TradingView will depend on the data feeds and exchanges you have connected with. To see the full list of available token pairs, visit the TradingView platform and use the search functionality or browse through the markets section.
I want to practice trading without risking real money. How can I do it?
You can use the Paper Trading feature on TradingView — specifically designed to execute simulated trades without risking real money. To practice trading using Paper Trading, open a chart, then open the Trading Panel and select Paper Trading. Please note that this type of trading does not reflect the nature of speed and order execution on an integrated account.
Where can I find tutorials and guides for TradingView?
How much does it cost?
Integration is completely free; only standard fees and commissions apply. You can also purchase one of TradingView's Premium plans for advanced traders.