We are excited to announce the release of version 6.2! This release includes improvements to various features, and we recommend checking out the full details.
Component refactor of futures page
Market drop-down refresh
P&L values are now "added" to the trade history/trade tab
Order entry updates
Confirm order modal improvement
Hidden Easter egg
Various other bugfixes and improvements
IPFS hash of the release deployment:
The component refactor of the Futures page is now complete. Improving the performance of the page, making it faster and more responsive for users. In addition to enhancing the user experience, this refactor makes it easier for us to add future integrators and or additional products in the future.
We’ve updated our asset dropdown menu to enhance the user experience and efficiency. Users can now sort assets in the dropdown menu by various criteria, such as price, 24H change, or name. Additionally, users can now search for the asset they wish to trade by typing its name in the search bar, enabling traders to quickly and easily find the assets they want to trade without having to scroll through a long list of options.
We have added Profit and Loss (PNL) into the trade history table, providing traders greater visibility into their trading performance. Previously, our trade history table displayed all the essential trade details, such as the trade timestamp, asset traded, position size, entry price, and exit price, but it did not include the PNL generated from each trade. Traders can now see the PNL associated with each trade directly in the trade history table, making it easier to track their trading performance over time
We made upgrades to the order entry panel based on valuable user feedback. We understand that it can be easy for traders to overlook whether they are going long or short in the current iteration of the panel. To address this issue, we have updated the long/short buttons to a tab system that makes it easier for traders to select the right direction for their trades. The new tab system clarifies which direction traders are taking their positions, thereby reducing the risk of mistakes and unintended consequences. We hope to enhance the user experience and make it easier for traders to execute their trades confidently and accurately.
The new modal displays all the essential trade details in a clear and concise format, making it easy for traders to review and confirm their trades before execution. This change aligns with our current ongoing UI/UX to enhance the user experience and make trading more intuitive for all traders.
The perpetual futures exchange market is highly competitive, and traders require platforms that are reliable, efficient, and user-friendly. The updates and enhancements we discussed hopefully demonstrate our commitment to providing our users with a high-quality and reliable trading platform that meets their evolving needs. From the new asset dropdown menu to the component refactor of the Futures page and the addition of PNL in the trade history table, each update reflects our dedication to creating a better trading experience for our users.
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