As our long-time supporters know, the DFE is all about user experience. In this short video, we demonstrate some of the upcoming UX improvements that users can expect from the conditional ordering features we recently rolled out on the DFE mainnet.
Currently, the conditional orders, including stop-loss, are accessible via the “Tools” tab of the “Recent Trades” pane. Last week, Cryptrader walked through in detail how you can access the stop-loss feature and other conditional orders in one of his regular trading tips videos.
Although the conditional orders are now live on mainnet, we know that the interface for setting them up is somewhat clunky. The UX mission of the DFE is to make sure that a trader never has to take their eyes away from the price action for any longer than absolutely necessary. So the developers have been working to make sure that this also applies to the conditional ordering feature.
As you can see from the demo video above, once we put this live, traders will be able to quickly set their stop-loss and take-profit orders at the moment they place the order, right from within the confirmation screen. This feature will significantly reduce the time it takes to set up your conditional orders, meaning there’s a lower risk of price slippage while you’re configuring the options.
This feature isn’t yet live, but we wanted to share a teaser with you to demonstrate one area of development you can look forward to this summer, and as part of our unerring commitment to creating the very best user experience for all DFE traders.
If you have feedback or other suggestions for improvements to the DFE, our support team are available 24/7! You can either open a ticket, or head on over to our lively Telegram channel and join the conversation.
Volume Continues to Skyrocket
Bitcoin has been off on a tear over the last few days, breaking through the $11,000 barrier in the last 24 hours, only to pull back somewhat. However, most of the analysts seem to agree that we can expect further volatility from the flagship cryptocurrency.
And our mainnet traders are absolutely loving riding all the highs and the lows. Yesterday, we reported record 24-hour volumes of $1.4 billion on the DFE. As of late last night, we had smashed through the $2 billion mark and almost hit $3 billion.
If this keeps going, the sky is the limit by the time we reach the big launch event on Friday. If you haven’t yet set your reminder, head on over to YouTube to make sure you don’t miss out!