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Market Wizard
Houston, TX
 
Futures Experience: Advanced
Platform: XTrader
Broker/Data: Advantage Futures
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Thanks to both of you but with out a wallet SC is pretty worthless in my book, and having a charting via a webpage is counter productive imo. but again thanks.

Maybe I wrong but my understanding is that when you 'trade' (as opposed to actually exchange) cryptocurrencies on any exchange, nothing is in your wallet. The exchange credits your account but not your wallet with the currency. For it to actually appear in your wallet you need to withdraw it (or whatever it is called) and pay the excessively high fee to do that. This is one of the reasons I have stayed away, especially after Mt. Gox, Bitfinex and I assume other exchange issues, where currency is not in your wallet.

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Market Wizard
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
 
Futures Experience: Intermediate
Platform: Ninjatrader 8
Broker/Data: NinjaTrader Brokerage
Favorite Futures: CL, ES, NQ
 
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IMO it's not worth trading because the spread is just criminal.
I wanted to sell my ethers when they were trading around 300. I could sell them for 280 and could buy more for 320.

So even though the volatility is appealing, the spread is insane and therefore not worth trading.
I think you're better off with a buy & hold strategy.
My 2 cts


Anyway, back to your question: I'm not aware of any charting platforms or datafeed.

Cheers!

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Market Wizard
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I think you're better off with a buy & hold strategy.

A buy, pay withdrawal fee and put in your wallet, hold strategy.

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Platform: NinjaTrader
Broker/Data: Data: Kinetick, Broker InteractiveBrokers & DeepDiscountTraders
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nothing is in your wallet. The exchange credits your account but not your wallet with the currency. For it to actually appear in your wallet you need to withdraw it (or whatever it is called) and pay the excessively high fee to do that.

Mostly likely, but to be a bit more clear I want a platform that also duobles as my wallet, not that it is trading from within my wallet.

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Market Wizard
Tampa FL
 
Futures Experience: Intermediate
Platform: Sierra Charts/TOS
Broker/Data: Amp/TDA/S5
Favorite Futures: ES/NQ/CL/ZB/GC/VX
 
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Mostly likely, but to be a bit more clear I want a platform that also duobles as my wallet, not that it is trading from within my wallet.

I think it's time you created your own desktop based exchange that doubles as your wallet, but doesn't trade from your wallet...

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I think it's time you created your own desktop based exchange that doubles as your wallet, but doesn't trade from your wallet...



hmmm...


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Urban Samurai
Chicago IL
 
Futures Experience: Intermediate
Platform: Ninja, MT4,TOS, SC, Matlab
Broker/Data: CQG, AMP, MB, DTN
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I have been using Coinigy for a few months now.

It's a decent platform, but it is a tad buggy, and not the best platform.

If you're used to things like NT, which work VERY well, Coinigy is not that good. BUt it is good enough, particularly for swing/position trading, which is all I do.

You can connect MOST exchanges to it, and trade them all through that platform.

So... as far as current cypto options out there, it is far and away the best one I've seen.

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