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TradingView and Pyth for Smarter Trading Decisions I Consumer Spotlight

TradingView is a haven for traders and investors around the world. In fact, over 50 million individuals trust TradingView’s platform for all their charting needs.

It’s been six months since Pyth Price Feeds have been available on TradingView enabling traders to track asset prices using the largest first-party financial oracle network.

Let’s explore further.

TradingView — Empowering Traders

TradingView offers a comprehensive suite of tools that empower traders to make informed decisions.

A non-exhaustive list of TradingView’s features includes:

  • Track a multitude of assets like indices, US stocks, crypto, and FX
  • Look for trading inspiration
  • Engage in discussions with fellow traders
  • Identify market trends
  • Execute trades through brokers

TradingView Charts Powered by Pyth

TradingView seamlessly incorporates Pyth data into its platform, drawing from both the off-chain API and website sources.

All Pyth prices are sourced directly from Pythnet and retrieved through the Pyth Data Association database. This integration is an exciting opportunity for developers, enabling them to harness Pyth data via the TradingView plugin. This usually means a better visual interface for their platforms.

Developers can now effortlessly construct historical charts for over 350 Pyth-supported markets in a matter of minutes.

From a trader’s point of view, TradingView makes all the Pyth Price Feeds easily accessible.

To get started as a trader you simply need to use the search bar and apply a simple filter by selecting "Crypto" and specifying "Pyth" as the source. This user-friendly interface will promptly display a curated list of markets ranked based on their popularity within the TradingView community.

As seen above, traders can now monitor their favorite asset prices with Pyth, covering crypto, U.S. stocks, commodities, and FX.

#PoweredByPyth dApps using TradingView

You’ll find below a non-exhaustive list of dApps and protocols that uses the TradingView integration and what they particularly like about it.


Kwenta is a premier decentralized derivatives trading platform built on Optimism and powered by the Synthetix perpetual engine. Kwenta lets traders gain exposure to a diverse range of on-chain and real-world assets.

You can check out Kwenta here.


Polynomial is the premier, one-stop DeFi derivatives protocol built on Optimism and Synthetix. Polynomial offers users the ability to trade with leverage (up to 50x) with a great UI and low fees.

The TradingView and Pyth integration provides valuable charting capabilities for Polynomial’s users, making it a valuable addition to the platform and was very easy to integrate.

You can check out Polynomial here.

Cap Finance

Cap Finance is a leading decentralized perp exchange on the Arbitrum Network, designed for both power and simplicity.

Traders have the flexibility to use ETH or USDC as collateral for their orders, making it convenient for a wide range of users and encouraging liquidity providers by offering opportunities to pool funds, generating real yield.

You can check out Cap Finance here.


HMX is a decentralized perpetual protocol operating on the Arbitrum network.

With multi-asset collateral and cross-margin support, HMX’s primary goal is to develop a product that effectively tackles the most significant pain points while delivering an exceptional user experience.

You can check out HMX here.

Vela Exchange

Vela Exchange is a decentralized exchange on Arbitrum with advanced perpetual trading capabilities, community-focused incentives, and a scalable infrastructure.

The Pyth integration with TradingView allows Vela to offer their users a wide range of accurate and reliable chart data to trade from.

You can check out Vela Exchange here.


Zeta Markets is the premier under-collateralized DeFi futures platform built on Solana. Zeta introduces under-collateralized Perpetual Swaps trading on a foundation of a globally distributed, fully on-chain order book.

Zeta is harnessing the power of TradingView's advanced charting capabilities on the app’s front end and Pyth's cutting-edge price oracle technology, to set the standard for real-time, reliable trading data on Solana.

You can check out Zeta here.


LogX is the first to bring you cross-chain liquidity aggregation. The platform provides professional traders and institutions with an unprecedented level of deep liquidity, akin to the traditional centralized exchanges (CEX).

LogX uses Pyth Benchmarks to show price charts which can be used out-of-the-box to integrate with TradingView. This saved LogX a lot of development time to get their price charts running.

You can check out LogX here.


UniDex is a DeFi aggregation layer-making products such as leverage trading aggregation, derivatives, and other trading products.

You can check out UniDex here.


C3 is a self-custodial exchange that offers all of the functionality of traditional exchanges without any of the trade-offs. This means that users can enjoy the benefits of self-custody without sacrificing the performance and accessibility that they expect from traditional exchanges and robust trading platforms.

With Pyth's TradingView integration, not only are C3 users able to leverage Pyth's highly-accurate price feed for their analysis but they can also see there's a consistency in the price information being used both for chart analysis and within the smart contracts on the C3 platform. This uniformity could reduce confusion and foster trust among users as the data displayed on the charts would align with the data utilized in C3's smart contract operations.

You can check out C3 here.

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