Nash has announced its integration with Margin, a trading terminal offering tools including indicators and trading bots with customizable strategies. The terminal integration coincides with the Nash League trading competition event launch, which offers up to US $1M in rewards across a mix of solo and team participants.

A tutorial demonstrating the Nash Terminal in action was also published, featuring Nash co-founder Fabio Canesin and Margin co-founder Jonathan Maycock. The video begins with installation of the application, then demonstrates manual order placement before going into automated strategies.

Usually a paid service with support for a number of exchanges including Binance, Kraken, and Huobi, the Margin partnership makes the Nash version of its terminal available to all users for free.

Margin offers a range of features targeting both beginner and veteran traders alike. The visual trading interface provides drag-and-drop orders and enables viewing up to 25 markets simultaneously on a second screen.

The terminal supports various charts and includes a range of popular technical indicators including MACD, RSI, and VWAP. Automatic trading bots can be quickly deployed within the application, and more advanced users may also use Python to create their own custom strategies through the included Strategy Editor.

The Margin Nash terminal will remain free of charge after the event reaches its conclusion.

The Nash League competition began at midnight (UTC+0) on December 15th and generated a new all-time high in 24 hour volume within the first day of trading. At the time of press, the 24-hour trading volume stands at US $3,196,048.

More information on the integration can be found in the link below: