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63 moons is a financial service company offering its services in the area including Exchange Technology Solutions, Brokerage Technology Solutions, and Risk Solutions. Company's flagship product ODIN is among the leading trading platforms in India. ODIN offers end-to-end online trading solutions to brokers in India. ODIN Trader Work Station is an integrated Dealer trading application, with real-time exchange broadcast, Order Management, Trading reports along with various Decision support and Alert generating tools inbuilt to aid the dealers in making an informed decision at the time of transactions. The uses of its software have declined sharply after the company chairman was jailed because of the fraud transactions at NSEL 2013. ODIN is still used by many top financial service providers in India and across the world.

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  1. Who owns ODIN trading platform?

    63 moons technologies limited own's ODIN trading platform.

    63 moons is a trading technology provider for financial exchanges. The company was incorporated in 1995 as Financial Technologies and later rebranded as 63 moons in 2016. The company provides a range of technical and software solutions for online trading.

    Mr. Jignesh Shah is the founder and chairman of the 63 moons group. Under Mr. Jignesh Shah, the Group launched the Multi Commodity Exchange of India (MCX), India's first commodity exchange in 2003 and is currently the world's 6th largest commodity futures exchange.

    NSEL, a spot commodity exchange, went insolvent in July 2013 after about two dozen counterparties defaulted on payments to 13,000 investors. The outstanding monies owed to the investors amount to Rs 5,300 crore. 63 Moons own 99.99% of NSEL's equity capital. Mr. Jignesh Shah was jailed.

    The company sold its holding in MCX, IEX, and other exchanges in the year 2014 after an order from market regulators.

  2. Does ODIN offer install-able trading terminal?

    Yes, 63 moons technologies limited owned ODIN trading platform offer installable trading application for windows computers.

  3. Does ODIN (63 moons technologies limited) offer website for trading?

    Yes, ODIN platform offer browser based trading website.

  4. Does ODIN offer mobile app for trading?

    Yes, ODIN offer mobile app for trading.

  5. Does ODIN offer API's?

    Yes, ODIN API is available for Algo Trading.

  6. Does ODIN offered by multiple stockbrokers?

    Yes, ODIN is offered by many brokers in India.

  7. Can I trade in equity (cash, intra-day, futures and options) using ODIN?

    Yes, ODIN offers equity trading at BSE and NSE.

  8. Can I trade in currency derivatives using ODIN?

    Yes, ODIN offers trading in currency futures & options at BSE and NSE.

  9. Can I trade in commodities at MCX using ODIN?

    Yes, ODIN offer commodity trading at MCX.

  10. Does ODIN offer online IPO Applications?

    Yes, you could apply in IPO's online using ODIN.

  11. Does ODIN offer online mutual fund investment?

    Yes, you could buy Mutual Funds online using ODIN.

  12. Does ODIN has integrated back office?

    Yes, the back office is part of the ODIN trading platform.

  13. Can I trade directly from charts in ODIN?

    No. You cannot place buy/sell orders from the chart in ODIN.

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1. Dinesh   I Like It. |Report Abuse|  Link|October 27, 2022 3:25:02 PMReply
How can we check whether security is under T+1 settlement or not?