How Tradedash protects your exchange API keys

Recent events at Binance have had many of our users understandably concerned. People that use our service also use other services that require API keys for access to private exchange data such as wallet info and to execute trades. Here is a brief overview of how our security model differs from and is safer than … Continue reading How Tradedash protects your exchange API keys

Tradedash adds support for Linux

  You can now download Tradedash for Linux on our website: https://tradedash.io/download-tradedash Auto update for new versions works just like with our Mac and Windows products. You will receive the latest version as soon as they are available, and the application updates automatically. When downloading the AppImage, set the files permissions to allow for execution. This … Continue reading Tradedash adds support for Linux

Tradedash launches live exchange data and discovery

And with live data and new features, Tradedash is available for download here: https://tradedash.io/download-tradedash Tradedash Markets The idea of Tradedash always stemmed from frustrations with existing tools. We wanted to be able to trade a larger set of cryptocurrencies while using a product that has the right information and trading tools. I believe our market app is … Continue reading Tradedash launches live exchange data and discovery

Why we chose Bittrex as our first exchange

There are quite a few cryptocurrency exchanges these days. Bittrex, GDAX, Polo, Bitfinex, Kraken and many more. So why did we pick Bittrex as a starting point for our service? The reality is that we've been trading for sometime ourselves, and building Tradedash stems from the frustration we have with the existing tools. We set … Continue reading Why we chose Bittrex as our first exchange