A Review of the ProBit Exchange Demo Interface

in #probit3 years ago

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Every digital asset exchange claims to have an intuitive interface which users can easily adapt to. However, most say this with only one kind of user in mind — either basic or advanced users alone. And while some exchanges offer a toggle option between basic and advanced modes, this may still not be enough to cater to the needs of a wide range of users with varying trading habits. With this in mind, ProBit offers a comprehensive trading interface that comes with a modular dashboard to support full customization. This fully-customizable interface is hard to come by even with the most established exchanges.

Fully Customizable Dashboard Components

With the platform’s customizable layout, users are empowered to move and resize each of the dashboard components according to preference. This allows the user to move the most relevant information into line of sight in accordance to his/her trading style. The dashboard components available to ProBit users are:

Chart

The chart gives a clear, no-fuzz view of the basic candlestick price and volume information. And true to ProBit’s commitment to providing customization, users may choose their preferred ticker and background colors upon clicking on the button on the upper-right.
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Order Box

The order box allows users to place their orders using a market trade, limit trades and stop-limit trades with the usual order types (i.e. GTC etc.). Uniquely, ProBit makes portfolio allocation easier for users by allowing portions of the account balance to be calculated into an order with just one click
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Trade History

Users are able to review all their trades on this panel including open order, order history and trade history.
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Trade Feed

In the trade feed panel, users are able to see the details of different trades that have gone through including the amount and time stamp.
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Order Book

Order books are lists of orders in which an exchange records the interest of buyers and sellers in a digital asset in terms of price. Clicking on the upper-rightmost button will re-center the panel’s view to the price at which level buyers and sellers match and agree a trade on the digital asset.
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Side Bar

On the side bar, users may search for their digital asset of preference and find basic, necessary information that they are looking for. ProBit will have 150 or more cryptocurrencies and several
hundred trading pairs in the launch window. The following five coins will be supported as quote currencies: Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Tether (USDT), EOS (EOS) and the ProBit Token (PROB).
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Default Layouts

Although ProBit allows full dashboard customization, the platform has some preset layouts new users and traders may begin with. Having spent time with these layouts will make users realize which panels they want most at which positions on their screen. Also, users have the option of moving the side bar to the left or the right-side of the screen for utmost convenience.
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Get a feel of what’s it like to trade within ProBit’s platform by visiting the demo site. Or you may register today and join one or more of ProBit’s pre-launch events!

Register an account: https://www.probit.com

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