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blog.cryptowat.ch

Our blog now lives on the cryptowat.ch domain at blog.cryptowat.ch, so new posts will show up there from now on. This Medium blog will remain, but we will not add new content.

Check out our latest post by Cryptowat.ch’s founder, Artur, on a security bug our team discovered that arose from common practices with the JavaScript frameworks React and Angular.


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Impress our designers with your custom theme and win a year of Cryptowatch Pro — the top trading terminal.

EDIT: The contest is now closed. Read on for how to create custom themes.

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We just launched Custom Themes for Cryptowatch, allowing our clients to change the look and feel of their charts by modifying 7 different color values.

Win a Year of Cryptowatch Pro

Our designers want to reward your creativity — so we’ll be sharing a free year of our Cryptowatch Pro plan ($900 value) with 3 traders who create the best custom themes.

Cryptowatch Pro is the top terminal for traders to monitor, trade, and automate strategies across the crypto market.


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Trade through Cryptowat.ch’s interface to experience trading as it should be on Kraken, Binance, Coinbase Pro, Bitstamp, Bitfinex, Bittrex, Poloniex, and HitBTC. Quickly place orders right on your technical analysis charts, hotkey through the chart, set alerts, and more. Backed by the security of Kraken. Here are a few cool things you can do with Cryptowat.ch’s charting and trading interface, and a link to try them out yourself.

Fire off orders in quick succession with Rapid Fire Ordering™️

Set price and volume alerts right on your charts

Edit your order price just by dragging your open order

Quickly change timeframes, drawing tools, Liner / % / log y-axis, and more with Hotkeys

See your past trades and open orders right on your chart

Learn about and apply a whole bunch of new indicators

Customize the look and feel of your charts

Navigate the site with a Command Line Interface

Want to trade like a pro?

Sign up for a free trial of Cryptowatch Basic to start trading through our unique interface. …


Please, whatever you do, don’t confuse this post for investment or financial advice.

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With coin prices regularly fluctuating 10% in mere days, you may want to slowly accumulate instead of stressing over charts all day to time the market moves.

In traditional markets, the “dollar-cost average” is a common technique for accumulating assets with a fixed amount of your fiat currency (dollars, euros, yen, etc) on a regular schedule. But in crypto, if you’d rather sit back and stack sats than frantically trade every time “You Suffer” by Napalm Death blasts from your speakers, there aren’t many options.

Want to average-in to Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum? There’s only one place you can do it, and they charge a minimum 1.5% fee per transaction. Want to use your BTC holdings to average in to MLN on Kraken? Or use your ETH to average in to XMR on Binance? …


Watch prices and trade on the beautiful charts and data visualizations of Cryptowat.ch — a trading terminal backed by the security of Kraken.

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Trade right on your Cryptowatch charts, across multiple top exchanges

At Cryptowatch, we make a clean, no-fuss interface for charting and trading cryptos on all your favorite exchanges: Binance, Bitfinex, Coinbase Pro, and more. Plus, we’re backed by the most secure exchange in crypto, Kraken.

Today, we release several new products to help everyone from the hodler to the technical trader continue to find an edge. Here are a few of the new things you can do with Cryptowatch:

  • Trade just about any signal with order submission through Zapier. …

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