Some users change markets as often as 20 times per minute. Therefore, we set out a goal to have charts load in less than 1 second at any given time. By creating an on-device storage for your chart drawings coupled with other improvements, we've cut down the load time by 50-90%. Any chart that has … Continue reading 2.3.2 Release: Quicker charts, default templates, custom chart styles and more
We've focused on a few key improvements based on feedback from our previously very large update. Here are a couple of highlights. Drag and drop to rearrange markets It's important for traders to have a flexible dashboard that can be arranged for their needs. In addition to supporting unlimited open windows and custom layouts, traders … Continue reading 2.3.1 Release: Rearrange markets, improved wallet estimates and simplified order components
We exchange thousands of messages with users every month. Primarily because Tradedash is for its users, so it only makes sense for our users to steer the direction of the product. We compile all requests, prioritize and execute. This update was largely based on users request. Here are some highlights. Market page layout No size … Continue reading 2.3.0 Release: Vertical order books, scaled ladders, custom sounds and more
Highlights Confidence while trading is important. Being able to see your alerts, orders, historical trades on the chart gives clarity. Also, managing them directly on the chart provides efficiency on a different level. Here is an overview of some highlighted new features: https://youtu.be/wUFM5rmCh1c Chart markers Orders & alerts You can now see drafted, open and … Continue reading 2.2.0 Release: Interactive chart markers, notifications, search and more
A growing user-base and community have given us a clear picture of what's critical for a diverse set of trading workflows. We have a lot planned for the future, and just launched a big set of new features and improvements based on user input. Here's a list of some of the features we just added: … Continue reading New release: Alerts, Stop-limit, Market orders, new Bittrex integration and more.
Recent events at Binance have had many of our users understandably concerned. People that use our service also use other services that require API keys for access to private exchange data such as wallet info and to execute trades. Here is a brief overview of how our security model differs from and is safer than … Continue reading How Tradedash protects your exchange API keys
You can now download Tradedash for Linux on our website: https://tradedash.io/download-tradedash Auto update for new versions works just like with our Mac and Windows products. You will receive the latest version as soon as they are available, and the application updates automatically. When downloading the AppImage, set the files permissions to allow for execution. This … Continue reading Tradedash adds support for Linux