WhaleCrew

WhaleCrew Volume

This indicator aims to provide a deeper insight into market events by using volume data.

Features
  • Aggregating volume data across multiple exchanges (only for built-in crypto pairs, e.g. BTC and ETH)
  • Detection of volume spikes (customizable size)
  • Alerts for volume spikes (breakouts/mass liquidation events)
  • Configurable moving average type
  • Custom moving average multiplier

Usage
The composition of the aggregated volume data can be visualized to show the respective volume of each exchange.
Identify which exchanges (and their traders) fueled price movement. Was their share in the total aggregated volume higher/lower than previously?
Pay attention to exchanges that are notorious for a lot of beginner/retail traders to make more informed decisions.

The volume spike detection is ideal for getting alerted whenever a breakout (in price action and/or volume ) or mass liquidation takes place.
(Spikes are detected relative to the set moving average.)


Access to this indicator can be obtained through our website.
Release Notes: Improved custom symbol section

Invite-only script

Access to this script is restricted to users authorized by the author and usually requires payment. You can add it to your favorites, but you will only be able to use it after requesting permission and obtaining it from its author. Contact WhaleCrew for more information, or follow the author's instructions below.

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Disclaimer

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Author's instructions

Access to this indicator can be obtained through our website.

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