You can change the source of the price for each coin in your Portfolio or Watchlist.
Open the asset detail screen for the coin you want to change the price source for (click here to open BTC as an example) and above the charts, to the right, you will see the source exchange and pair displayed. You can tap it to select the exchange and trading pair you'd like to view prices from. The chart will also update to reflect the new source.
Note: Global average is calculated by Delta based on prices from the different exchanges we support.
Take the example of Ethereum and the source selected is Binance ETH/BTC. The app will show the ETH/BTC graph with prices sourced from Binance. The price is converted using the exchange's BTC/USD or BTC/USDT rate to display the price per coin in USD (or your local fiat currency). If the exchange selected does not have a BTC/USD(T) pair then the BTC/USD value from the global average is used. You can tap on the ETH price in USD to interconvert between USD and the pair selected (BTC in this case).
PRO TIP: If the price to the left of the price source is in another currency, tap on it and it should cycle through to the main currency for the pair selected. This is because you have a secondary currency selected (see the screenshot above as an example, e.g. the price source pair is BTC/USD but the value is showing in CAD).
PRO TIP 2: If you do not see the exchange/pair you are looking for, please ensure that you are on the correct cryptocurrency first. If it is still not there, and we do not support the exchange, you can request the exchange at ask.delta.app.