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Zerodha app goes down – company acknowledges issue as users complain on social media

Zerodha app goes down – company acknowledges issue as users complain on social media
  • Zerodha users across the country are reportedly facing network issues.
  • Users are reportedly unable to view their holdings, execute orders, sell stocks and more.
  • Zerodha has acknowledged the issue and has claimed that it is working on restoring services.
Zerodha, a popular stock broker and trading app, reportedly stopped working due to technical issues on Monday morning. Users have taken to social media to complain that they are not able to see their holdings, trades and other details on their accounts.

Update: As of 12:50 PM, Zerodha has started working. All the services are once again live on the application.

Downdetector gets nearly 2,000 reports


Downdetector, a popular website that tracks outages across websites and applications, has reported a massive spike in reports about the Zerodha outage. As of 9:39 AM, there were over 1,700 reports around the Zerodha outage.

Zerodha has posted on X (formerly Twitter), confirming the issue and has said that it is working on solving the issue.


“Due to an intermittent issue, some of our users are not able to see executed orders in the orderbook. However, the executed orders are updated on the positions page. The holdings and funds page is also not loading. We're working on fixing this and regret the inconvenience caused,” Zerodha said in its post.

Users take to social media

Traders and investors looking to start the week with some good investments and trades have taken to social media platforms like X to complain about the outage.



Some users have also reported that they are unable to close their positions or sell their existing stocks.




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