You can now trade cryptocurrencies for free through Trading Technologies' software. Trading Technologies is a 24-year-old company providing software and services for the trading industry. Its lead product is a front-end platform simply known as TT. Professional traders use TT as their trading interface to route orders to exchanges around the world. Most exchanges that TT connects to today are global futures exchanges. On March 1, it launched a connection to its first cryptocurrency spot market: Coinbase’s Global Digital Asset Exchange (GDAX). Traders are using TT today to trade spot crypto.
Today, TT launched a separate and dedicated crypto-only version of its platform: TT® Crypto, which is a lightweight, cloud-based, scalable, high-performance (e.g., microsecond-fast) version of the TT platform.
TT Crypto provides all the same functionality of TT that professional traders rely on, such as:
- Customizable trading screen
- Ability to do single-click trading on an elegant vertical trade ladder
- Professional-grade charting and analytics tools
- Advanced order types, such as bracket, iceberg, OCO, trailing limit and our own soon-to-be-released version of a post-only order type
- TT's Autospreader® engine for auto-trading differential levels between two different digital assets
- TT's ADL® DIY trading algorithm builder that allows a user to set logic based on their own creativity. (You can even import your own data through Excel.)
- 24/7 market access—just like the exchanges
- Fully functional mobile apps for iOS and Android
TT is not an exchange, and it not a wallet or custodian, and they're not a market-maker. TT is a front-end system that route your orders to an exchange.
To get set up to trade on TT Crypto, you first have to open and fund a GDAX account at www.gdax.com. Once you’ve done that, you can create a TT Crypto login at crypto.trade.tt and follow our easy steps to connect it to your Coinbase account.
*TT Crypto is currently a beta product and is being offered free of charge during this initial promotional period. Note however that GDAX charges still apply.