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Global Digital Exchanges Monitor (GDXM) Goes Live

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GDXM is a powerful monitoring platform that was first announced back in February this year when they released a public beta version. It’s been called the Bloomberg terminal of the crypto-trading world and features monitoring support displaying data gathered from the top 10 cryptocurrency exchanges on the market.

It has a vast array of intuitive features and is specifically designed for users to monitor cryptocurrency trading indices across several exchanges. Real-time information is provided from multiple sources around the world.

Supported exchanges include Binance, Bitfinex, Bitstamp, Bittrex, Bitmex, Gdax, Gemini, Hitbtc, Kraken and Poloniex.


The web application has a simple interface and is available on both desktop and mobile devices. It features four main sections: Asset Overview, Monitoring Table, News and Exchange Overview.

The asset overview provides a real-time position summary of a chosen currency and includes information like market capitalization, average price and percentage changes. Charts show various indicators including Fibonacci levels, Moving Averages and Mean Distributions.

The Monitoring Table gives aggregated data about relevant exchanges and allows traders to compare prices, trading volumes and bid/ask offers.

Crypto-related news stories and events in the financial world are provided by sources such as Bloomberg and displayed in the news section.

The exchange overview shows information about an exchange selected from the monitoring table tab. It gives a brief description and provides trading volume charts.

You can follow the developers twitter account for market updates.

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