TradingView Desktop: How to install this DeFi app on GNU / Linux?

TradingView Desktop: How to install this DeFi app on GNU / Linux?

TradingView Desktop: How to install this DeFi app on GNU / Linux?

As we have seen, especially this last year on the web, the popularity and the Software development guidance on GNU / Linux of DeFi scope. Let us remember that DeFi o Decentralized finance are a technological trend open source, which is happening around the recent blockchain technology on the financial world.

This trend is getting stronger every day due to the boom in Cryptocurrencies. Also, due to the need for more reliable, fast, secure and private digital payment systems and financial transactions. And for this reason, today we will explore another interesting app in this area called "TradingView Desktop". Which is ideal for monitor the online status of cryptocurrenciesInter alia.

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And since, this DeFi app project It is very similar to other similar ones that we have explored and shared before, we will immediately leave the links of said previous related posts with them. So that, if necessary, they can be easily read at the end of the reading of this publication:

"Cryptowatch Desktop is a multiplatform desktop application developed to allow its users, locally from their computers, to build their own market dashboards, so that they can work in real time and monitor the global crypto market of interest." Cryptowatch Desktop: Application to monitor the global crypto market

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TradingView Desktop: App for crypto market traders

TradingView Desktop: App for crypto market traders

What is the TradingView website?

According to his own Official website, it is described as follows:

"We are a social network with 30 million traders and investors who use the best charts and analysis tools in the world to detect opportunities in the global markets. Don't miss the chance to follow your favorite assets, find trading ideas, chat with others, spot trends and trade directly on our charts." About TradingView

What is the TradingView Desktop application?

According to Official section of TradingView Desktop, said application is described as follows:

"A desktop app that allows you to recreate the same excellent user experience of the TradingView website directly from the desktop of the computers. And in some cases, even feeling greater power, speed and flexibility, all with the same well-known UX. All with the aim of providing in a single environment the best space to monitor and analyze the markets related to cryptocurrencies."

Download, installation, use and screenshots

Before starting this part, it is worth noting as usual that for this practical case we will use the usual Respin Linux called Miracles GNU / Linux, which is based on MX Linux 19 (Debian 10). Which has been built following our «Guide to Snapshot MX Linux».

Although, any GNU / Linux Distro that supports applications based on Snap. Which is the only Linux package format that is currently available "TradingView Desktop".

In addition, and since the app "TradingView Desktop" It is based on the Snap format it is understood that the GNU / Linux Distro You should use Systemd. Therefore, we will use MX Linux started from GRUB boot system by your option with "Start with Systemd". Instead of its default option, which is without Systemd or rather with Systemd-shim.

For its download, installation and use, and assuming that you do not have the Snap package format installed, these would be the command orders to execute in the terminal (console) of your Operating System:

sudo apt update
sudo apt install snapd
sudo snap install core
sudo snap install tradingview --beta

After this, it only remains to execute "TradingView Desktop" from the applications menu of GNU / Linux Distro used.

Note: For more information about these steps on each GNU / Linux Distro you can explore the following linkwhereas, for Debian or based Distros, you can directly explore the following link.

Screen shots

TradingView: Screenshot 1

TradingView: Screenshot 2

TradingView: Screenshot 3

TradingView: Screenshot 4

TradingView: Screenshot 5

TradingView: Screenshot 6

Note: This free app is neither free nor open, but it can be very useful for lovers of Cryptocurrencies, on its free and open Operating Systems.

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In summary, "TradingView Desktop" is an interesting and useful Desktop application (GUI) created for those passionate users of the DeFi World. And specifically for those who day by day tradean (they trade) different Cryptocurrencies per business and need to monitor the global crypto market in real time.

We hope that this publication will be very useful for the entire «Comunidad de Software Libre y Código Abierto» and of great contribution to the improvement, growth and diffusion of the ecosystem of applications available for «GNU/Linux». And do not stop sharing it with others, on your favorite websites, channels, groups or communities of social networks or messaging systems. Finally, visit our home page at «FromLinux» to explore more news, and join our official channel Telegram from DesdeLinux.

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  1.   Paul Cormier CEO Red Hat, Inc. said

    Excellent article for those who depend on the software to convert currencies of their own countries
    Greetings from Colombia

    1.    Linux Post Install said

      Greetings, Paul Cormier. Thanks for your comment. Yes, it is certainly a great app for those who love Cryptocurrencies and who use GNU / Linux. Let's hope that TradingView Desktop and CryptoWatch Desktop become more or totally free and open or, failing that, others will come out that are 100 free or open for the benefit of all.