After you connected an exchange to your portfolio, you can start trading via our platform. To do this - you need to open "Trading" section.
1. Select a portfolio you will trade with. If you have only one portfolio, then It will be selected by default. Every user has a demo account to test the features of our platform.
2. Then you need to select one of the connected exchanges and a trading pair in the left upper corner of the interface to trade or to see the chart of a pair.
3. The chart of a trading pair is displayed in the middle of the screen.
4. You can place a new order in Trading terminal. To open Trading terminal - you should click on "New order" button at the bottom of the window. You can place various types of orders via Trading terminal: limit orders, market orders, different types of stop orders, and also orders of take-profit.
5. "Orders" table shows orders waiting to be filled. Here you can find a trading pair, its amount and price, deposit, the direction of trading, the type of order, the status of order and widget "Status of order". The "Pair" field displays an acronym and mark of an exchange where the order is located.
Options for orders:
- - is an option that allows you to edit the price and amount of the asset in an order. By clicking on this button the fields become available for editing.
- - is an option that allows you to cancel the placed order.
- - is an option that allows you to execute an order instantly according to a market.
6. "Assets" table shows assets of a current portfolio. You can see the name of an asset, its amount, average price, investment (total cost), current price on an exchange, current cost of an asset, and P/L in $ and % for the last 24 hours.
7. "History" table shows executed or canceled orders. You can find the name of a trading pair, amount, price, deposit, type of order, the status of position, date and time of updating the status of order.
8. M ajority of exchanges grant you an access to Order book which graphically shows the amount of trading assets for every price level and also the summarized amount of an asset for all previous levels.