BTSE Unveils New Crypto Trading Terminal

BTSE, a global cryptocurrency exchange, announced on Tuesday that it had launched a new digital asset trading terminal powered by Margin.

According to the press release, with the trading terminal, users can build custom trading bots using Python and choose from five different trading bots. Downloading and using the terminal is free for BTSE users. In addition, a seamless trading experience will be provided by Margin’s trading bot functions in the near future, the company noted.

Margin’s collaboration with BTSE aims to simplify the process of setting up automated trading bots. As humans are not able to monitor market movements 24/7, this application can act as a trader’s risk control mechanism.

“Crypto markets are 24/7 and never sleep. Having a variety of trading bots and tools helps traders navigate these markets while trading on BTSE. Crypto trading bots are for both beginners and advanced users as they can facilitate more profitable and well-managed entries and exits during times of volatility and abnormal conditions. We are excited to bring new trading bot features to our users, allowing them to utilize tested and proven trading terminals like Margin,” Henry Liu, the Chief Executive Officer of BTSE, commented.

Jonathan Maycock, the Co-Founder and CEO of Margin, added: “Margin offers an easy-to-use, user-friendly trading terminal. By using this application, users can set up different strategies to buy or sell cryptocurrencies. The trading terminal also offers users a graphic user interface (GUI) that provides several features like detailed charts along with drag-and-drop options to configure the trading strategies.”

TradeStation Supporting New Cryptos

In other news, TradeStation Crypto, an online cryptocurrency brokerage, recently announced that it had added support for six additional digital assets to its trading platform. Aave (AAVE), Compound (COMP), Chainlink (LINK), Polygon (MATIC), Maker (MKR) and Shiba Inu (SHIB) are now supported for trading at TradeStation Crypto, in addition to Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC) and USD Coin (USDC).

This article was written by Felipe Erazo at