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Indian Stock Broker Dhan Joins List of TradingView Partner Brokers

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The Indian market has now become much more accessible to TradingView users, who can quickly register with Dhan for brokerage services.

TradingView has announced a milestone for the ever-expanding charting platform with the addition of Indian stock brokerage partner Dhan.

From now on, Dhan will be the only Indian broker through which users can send orders directly from TradingView charts and invest in stocks and futures on NSE, BSE and MCX.

Traders can verify an account in less than 10 minutes and access broker features and offerings such as their advanced options chain, basket orders, and webhooks.

Dhan does not charge any fees on account opening, maintenance or brokerage delivery

Dhan offers zero account opening fees, zero delivery brokerage and zero annual maintenance fees; continuously helping users do more with less.

Launched in 2021, Dhan’s mission is to offer a trading and investment platform focused on technological innovations. The broker is regulated by SEBI and provides 24/7 support to all its users on different channels such as Dhan app, email, phone and Twitter.

The Indian market has now become much more accessible to TradingView users, who can quickly register with Dhan for brokerage services.

Dhan was born out of Raise’s $22 million fundraiser

Not to be confused with Dhani, Raise’s Dhan is aiming to win the hearts of Indian investors as it plans to expand its offering to include HNI, insurance, payments, mutual funds, loans and debt products. cards.

Raise Financial Services recently raised $22 million in a Series A funding round, of which $15 million will be used to fuel the development and expansion of its trading platform, Dhan.

Founded by former Paytm Money CEO Pravin Jadhav in January 2021, Raise owns and operates Dhan, a stock trading platform that rivals Groww, Zerodha and Upstox.

In August 2021, Raise acquired Mumbai-based brokerage firm and SEBI-registered firm, Moneylicious Securities, which enabled Raise to obtain the necessary licenses to become an integrated online securities broker offering transactions on all stock exchanges (BSE, NSE, MCX).

Raise uses the acquired permissions to set up Dhan as a multi-asset trading platform with an offering covering all segments: stocks, exchange-traded funds, futures, options, currencies and commodities.

The $15 million investment will strengthen Dhan’s product, engineering, operations and customer experience teams, as well as expand the product line to include financing, insurance, investments, payments and wealth management.