Xena Exchange, the digital asset exchange from investment bankers, today launched their free desktop terminal for its clients designed to meet the information demands of professional traders looking to navigate the cryptocurrency markets. The desktop terminal is aimed at:
- novice traders looking to learn, test paper trading, try new strategies and order types, as well as experienced professionals
- experienced traders allowing them automation of trading strategies using C# and Visual Studio Code plugin, strategy back testing, built-in calculation as well as one-click trading of synthetic instruments.
The launch comes one month after the launch of the world’s first-ever leveraged cryptocurrency-settled derivative contract for the Telegram Open Network’s GRAM token on the Xena Exchange, one of many products that can be evaluated using the Xena Desktop Pro terminal.
The Desktop Pro terminal enables investors to backtest strategies (using emulator mode) that allows people to evaluate automated strategies without any risks. Participants can also combine several panels in one entity and integrate it into their workspace, these panels can be managed directly while the stat matrix shows the correlations between different assets.
Anton Kravchenko, CEO, Xena Exchange, said, “The cryptocurrency sector has grown exponentially within the last decade, however, the infrastructure to support professional traders and investors make informed decisions doesn’t exist in the same way it does for traditional financial services. This lack of high-quality impartial information is a huge barrier preventing retail investors and institutions from entering this rapidly evolving and exciting area of the world economy.”
CTMfile take: Cryptocurrencies are coming. Xena Exchange’s Desktop Pro terminal could be a good way to learn about and understand the cryptocurrency market.
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