How to Simultaneously Trade on Multiple Exchanges

Posted by Forcelate Team on January 21, 2019 · 2 mins read

Introducing TradeUp — a single app to trade cryptocurrency on all your exchanges.

Welcome to the roller coaster!

Because that’s what trading is like. It’s a huge railroad track that goes up and down without your control. That’s why a pro trader has to keep an eye on multiple exchanges, check the numbers, graphs, prices — all of it. The key here is to react. Fast. Or lose money.

This is where TradeUp comes in — a single platform to trade on 8 biggest exchanges. Ta-dah!

TradeUp it’s a cross-platform solution. It works on a Mac, Windows, and Linux. As you can see from the video — it’s really easy to manage. You can place/cancel orders, receive order books for all exchanges that you choose, receive all exchanges trades and trades based on your orders.

With TradeUp, you have everything you need in 1 place. So just relax — and trade like a true crypto rockstar.

TradeUp Supports the Following Exchanges

Currently, TradeUp supports 8 different exchanges: Binance, Bitmex, Bitfinex, Bittrex, GateIO, Hitbtc, Kraken, Poloniex

Technologies inside 🔥

We had lots of fun with TradeUp. It’s been built with all kinds of technologies. Specifically, we used Java8, Spring Framework (Boot, Security, Data, Web), Tests (JUnit, Mockito, PowerMock), WebSockets, Apache Maven, and Electron. Thanks to Electron, we were able to easily build and pack TradeUp for different OS (Mac, Windows, Linux).

Besides this, we took to Docker, Jenkins, and DigitalOcean while creating TradeUp. Speaking about delivery, it’s been 2 years since we adopted DevOps Culture.

Final Thoughts

Blockchain & crypto aren’t hot news anymore, but as we wrote before — it’s a fantastic invention and still our tech trend prediction for 2019.

As a matter of fact, сryptocurrencies is one of our main focus areas at Forcelate. We’ve been in the game for a long, long time (yes, even before it went mainstream!). That being said, we know how important it is to trade on multiple exchanges simultaneously. It’s much more convenient to check graphs using a single dashboard without going anywhere else. As a result, you can quickly react to any exchange rate changes.