TradingView data is transmitted over the tradeview channel. PAIR_RESOLUTION events must be subscribed to on this channel . Supported resolution values for TradingView data are 1, 5, 15, 30, 60, 240 for minutes up to 4 hours . Daily, weekly and monthly ones are 1D, 1W, 1M . For example, a user who wants to view the trading hours BTCTRY follow the data tradeview the remaining BTCTRY_60 must subscribe to the event. With another example, if you want to follow the daily ETHTRY trading view data, you should subscribe to the ETHTRY_1D event of the tradeview channel . NOTE: Only the last column data is sent via WebSocket for TradingView. For example, when the time is 14:40:50, the minute data represents data between 14:40 and 14:41, and the hourly data represents data between 14:00 and 15:00. The data sent contains the UNIX timestamp value, which specifies the time zone for which the data belongs.
A message sent from the server to the client. Contains the current candle data for the pair and resolution specified in the event.
UNIX timestamp, in seconds.
Pair. For example BTCTRY
Resolution. For example 1W.
Open. The opening value of the data.
High. The highest value the data reaches.
Lower. The lowest value that the data reaches.
Close. The last value the data takes. (Ticker last)
Volume. The total volume in the specified time.