Mars v2 integrates TradingView charts for spot and margin traders
- The Mars v2 UI at app.marsprotocol.io has integrated TradingView charts to ensure up-to-date market data for active spot and margin traders
- TradingView’s advanced charting supports 100 indicators including RSI, moving averages, Bollinger bands and more
- Access charting for free directly from the Trade page at app.marsprotocol.io
With the recent launch of v2, Mars unleashed a new primitive in the Cosmos: Rover credit accounts. Rover credit accounts act as NFT vaults where users can deposit a range of assets (including longs, shorts and LP tokens) for use as collateral to borrow from the Red Bank.
Every position can be tapped for borrowing to leverage or hedge other positions in yield farms as well as for spot/margin trading and Red Bank borrowing or lending.
To ensure traders have access to up-to-date market data, the Mars v2 user interface (UI) at app.marsprotocol.io integrates TradingView charts. TradingView offers charting tools, live crypto charts including the BTC chart and financial news. Its advanced charting also supports 100 indicators including RSI, moving averages, Bollinger bands and more including:
- Bollinger Bands
- Ichimoku Cloud
- Moving Average
- Price channel
Raw capital efficiency and world-class data await you. Initiate your voyage to Mars and begin using TradingView’s advanced charts at app.marsprotocol.io now.
Some or all features of mars v2 may not be legal to use in certain jurisdictions, including in the United States with respect to leveraged transactions. No person is solicited to use Mars v2 or receiving an offer to enter into any transaction, through this post or otherwise. Users are responsible for ensuring their own legal compliance and may be at risk of serious liabilities for violating their local laws or the laws applicable to other users interacting with them on a peer-to-peer basis through Mars v2. Remember, Cosmos, Neutron, Osmosis and Mars are experimental technologies. This post is subject to and limited by the Mars disclaimers, which you should review: https://docs.marsprotocol.io/docs/overview/legal/disclaimers-and-disclosures