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Getting Started with Tiger.Trade

Tiger.Trade is a trading, training and analytics platform that has all the tools one might need for successful day-trading.  

To begin working with the platform:

1. Go to the Tiger.Trade website homepage, enter you email address and click the Download button. Once you do that, you will receive an email with your client credentials.  

2. Use the username and password you received via email to log into your account on the Tiger.Trade website. There you will see the Tiger.Trade software licenses available to you. 

3. Click Log in in the email or on the website. You will find yourself on the login page of your personal account.

4. Enter the username and password specified in the email. Click Log in. You will be taken to a page with your licenses.

You will immediately receive a free perpetual cryptocurrency trading license and a 14-day free trial license to trade on the stock and futures markets.

To continue trading stocks and futures after 14 days, you will need to purchase a paid license.

5. Download and install Tiger.Trade. After installation, a shortcut will be created on your desktop to launch the terminal.

6. Launch Tiger.Trade. Enter your username and password from the Licenses page of your personal account on the website or from the Personal Account itself.

7. Indicate the server that you want to connect to. When a connection to the main terminal server cannot be made, you can connect to the backup one to download the history for the playback and charts. 

Please note that the choice of a server for logging into Tiger.Trade depends on the license type:

License typeServer
Main
Trial
Playback
Main 1
Main 2
Crypto LicenseCrypto 1
Crypto 2

For example, if you specify the “Main 1” server, but you only have a crypto license, then you will not be able to log in.

Specify “Automatically” in the server selection field in order not to store which servers are suitable for which licenses. It will then connect to an available server based on your license: if one of the servers is unavailable, the terminal will automatically connect to the next available one.


8. To begin seeing charts in the terminal and make trades, select an exchange and set up a connection to it. Detailed instructions on setting up connections to exchanges are available via the links in the table below.

Cryptocurrency
Brokers

BitMEX

Bitfinex

Binance

Bybit

Deribit

HitBTC

FTX

QUIK

SmartCOM

Transaq

MetaTrader 5

Rithmic

GAIN Capital (OEC)

Interactive Brokers

DataFeed

To complete the connection, go to the terminal in File → Connections → Configure.

9. Now set up your workspace. To open a new chart, select Open → Chart in the main menu. To open a new DOM, select Open → DOM in the main menu. Trader modules are available both in the Chart window and in the DOM window. For more information, see the Windows section.

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