This patch release focuses on UI bug fixes, mobile UI improvements, and under-the-hood refactoring of various hooks and data fetching improvements. This release is called Psidium cattleianum, also known as strawberry guava. The whole fruit can be eaten as both the thin skin and juicy interior are soft and tasty. Upcoming Kwenta releases might be named after edible plants. Notable changes are:
Sorted data is easier to search, both visually and via code. With this release, traders can sort assets on the Kwenta dashboard by oracle price, 24h change, funding rate, total open interest, or 24h volume. Using these data points, traders can spot patterns, trends, and opportunities on Kwenta, and better manage a growing list of tradable assets.
Fixes and improvements for Mobile Beta continue to roll out. Changes to our mobile implementation this round include fixing a shifting layout when switching from either Account or Stats, hiding the default position card if users don't have a position open, and other cosmetic improvements that were still needed since the initial Mobile Beta release. These small improvements are paving the way for some major upcoming events at Kwenta. Stay tuned for more updates, some more subtle than others.
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