How do the charts work?

The price charts feature in the Prices tab provides you with a quick overview of the prices of the cryptocurrencies and digital assets available on Bitpanda. The prices are displayed in the default currency of your Bitpanda account.

Note: The price you see in the chart is not the buy or sell price. You will see the average buy and sell price without the fees included. We display this price there because it gives you a good estimation of the current market price for buying and selling. Additionally, due to technical reasons, all brokers display the final offer in the order summary.

Tip: You can see the latest buy or sell price in the summary of the order by clicking the Buy or Sell button and then clicking on Go to Summary. This price is only valid for 60 seconds. Please take a look at our terms and conditions (using the keyword: exchange/price guarantee) to clearly understand the difference between the chart price and the buy or sell price.

Detailed view

In addition to the quick overview in the Prices tab, it is also possible to see the individual charts of a digital asset in more detail.

Desktop Android iOS
  1. Log in to your Bitpanda account
  2. Click on Prices
  3. Click on the digital assets you wish to check in more detail

In this detailed view, you also have access to the following functions:

  • You can set the displayed time period and see the highest and lowest price of the digital asset
  • You can see the price change for a selected time period
  • You can buy and sell the digital asset directly

Tip: You can also create price alerts to receive information about current price fluctuations via email.

Advanced view

You can also change the view of the chart to the advanced view by clicking on the candlestick icon:

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To display the advanced chart by default, follow these steps:

  1. Click on your User Icon on your desktop
  2. Click on My Account
  3. Activate Show advanced chart
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