This release focuses on minor bug fixes, package updates, and better market data available within the Kwenta UI. This release officially moves Kwenta to version 3.0.0 and out of BETA! This release is called Tropaeolum majus, also known as garden nasturtium. All of the above-ground parts of the plant are edible, making for an especially ornamental salad ingredient. Upcoming Kwenta releases might be named after edible plants.
Traders were previously limited to only being able to view the last 50 global trade entries routed through a selected assets contract. With lazy load implemented, traders can review an infinite amount of recent trades.
The skew bar on the desktop implementation of Kwenta visually displays open interest on either side of the market and conveniently sits directly on top of the trading history. Our mobile implementation omitted any reference to skew data. In this release, skew data is now visible to traders on mobile, on a selected markets stats page.
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