TradingView, a US-based provider of charts and analysis of financial markets data, for the first time added a cryptocurrency index to its platform.
The cryptocurrency exchange Huobi announced on Monday that TradingView added its HB10 index, which demonstrated the “continuing maturation” of the digital assets industry.
Huobi launched the HB10 index back in May to track a basket of top cryptocurrencies (based on liquidity and market capitalization) traded on its platform in real-time against a pegged stable currency (USDT) pegged to the dollar.
Livio Veng, CEO of Huobi Global, said in a statement today:
We believe that TradingView is ideally suited for HB10 as a website for large traders and API traders, as well as the retail goods, forex and, of course, crypto-trading communities around the world.
Currently, the HB10 index lists nine main cryptocurrencies, including BTC, EOS, ETH, XRP, BCH, LTC, TRX, ETC and ONT. It also includes the native Huobi Token (HT), which ranks 62nd by market capitalization on the CoinMarketCap data site. TradingView also added all Huobi crypto-cryptocurrency pairs to its platform. Back in June, Bloomberg also added the HB10 Huobi index to its terminal service.