What does "aggregation" mean?
Aggregation is the combining together of information from the exchanges of your choice and display in a familiar form, as if you are viewing information on one exchange.

Making the world of crypto trading easier

We analyze the aggregated volumes of orders, trades and dynamics for the largest exchanges, help to understand the factors of price changes and make the right decision.
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It is impossible to accurately predict the future movement of the market, but you can find out the arrangement and evolution of the forces supremacy in one of the directions.
Most of traders' decisions are only based on price behavior study, and this is wrong. The price movement is a consequence, and the reason is the full volume from all trading platforms, not just one exchange. Assessing the distribution of that volume and understanding its movement is a key element in predicting market movements.
Why aggregation is important
The market is a conjunction of all trading platforms. Working on one site will not give an assessment of an entire market, but at the same time keeping track of open tabs on the largest exchanges, putting information in your head and extrapolating to the market is a controversial activity: information changes quickly, it is easy to make mistakes and miss the momentum.

Our solution aggregates market volumes and analyzes this information.
What do we offer?
Whale nets with aggregation
Our tool combines data on exchanges in the form of one order book. You no longer need to calculate and compare volumes for individual exchanges, we will do some of your work for you.

You will also have the opportunity to view the volume for individual exchanges, group prices, highlight large and filter out smalls.
Visualized data with analytics
Visual display of trading (whale) plates and prices on a chart in real time with volume indicators and their dynamics, candles and trades, support and resistance levels with quality attributes.

You also can: aggregate, watch the dynamics of volumes for a specified period, highlight large and filter out smalls.
Bot - indicator
The Bot-indicator shows the direction of the market movement. It must be combined on different time frames (large and smaller) - this way you will see a reversal in advance and be able to exit a trade or "roll over" in time.

This bot works very well with "Visualized data", as you will see walls of support and resistance, which will allow you to make decisions one step earlier.
We offer the following plans

Whale nets with aggregation
monthly subscription
⦁ order book
⦁ data aggregation
⦁ filtering and marking up
⦁ price grouping
⦁ volume distribution analytics
⦁ whole exchanges set
⦁ whole pairs set

Visualised data with analytics
monthly subscription
⦁ everything from "Basic"
⦁ support and resistance levels visualization
⦁ price history visualization
⦁ trade volumes visualization in a buy-sell cut
⦁ trade volumes analytics in a buy-sell cut
⦁ time frames: 1, 3, 5, 15, 30, 45 и 60 minutes
⦁ trade book
⦁ data aggregation
⦁ filtering and marking up
Who we are?
We are a group of traders. By creating this project, we were making tools, first of all, to improve our trading strategy.

There are solutions on the market that help to trade, but in fact they either declare the obvious, or show confusing and complex indicators that record the same events that have happened. The main disadvantage of such tools is that they are market price based. Our task was to find tools that dig deeper and work with factors that directly affect the price on the market or precede its change.

So we started to create instruments and indicators that work with volumes. Moreover, with aggregated and largest exchanges: OKEx, Huobi, HitBTC, Binance and others. We were interested in observation how the volumes are distributed within the expectations of traders, how the volumes are realized in the form of transactions and with what dynamics - and only in the global view. In other words, we wanted to see and understand the aggregated balance and the distribution of orders in the market, the dynamics of trades and the balance of these dynamics, and most importantly - the subsequent price change. We were learning how to look deeper and see the location and dynamics of the forces driving price in the market.
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