Trading terminal


Learn how to:

  • Send orders
  • Analyze the market with the price chart and trend power signals
  • Use our proprietary trading signals to get new trading ideas
  • Manage your active orders and cancel them
  • Track your trading performance using positions
  • See your trading history
  • Speed up your trading with hotkeys and fast price/quantity entry

Components

New order

Switch tabs to send limitmarket and stop orders.

 

The first line displays your current available balance in the currencies of the selected instrument.

Keep in mind that limit and market orders hold part of your balance when placed (even if they are not executed immediately).

 

The "From available ..." buttons allow you to quickly calculate the order quantity from the quote currency balance. For instance, if your USDT balance is 10,000 and you want to spend 5,000 to buy Bitcoins, click "50%."

 

Use hotkeys to quickly change the price and quantity of your order.

 

To send stop-loss and take-profit orders with your order, make sure to enter a valid price in the stop loss and take profit fields. If any of these fields contain zeros, the respective order will not be sent:

Quick access buttons allow you to set a stop-loss price of 3%, 5%, 10% or 15% of the current market price (when sending a market order) or from the order price (when sending limit or stop orders).

The "PNL ratio" can be used to set the take-profit amount at the same (1:1), double (2:1) or triple (3:1) distance as the stop-loss amount.

 


The default time in force for limit orders is GTC (Good Till Canceled). You can change it by selecting the checkbox. Note that market and stop orders can be either IOC (Immediate Or Cancel) or FOK (Fill Or Kill), but not GTC.

 

This block estimates the expected commission that you will pay when your order is executed and the payment that you will receive from a sale or pay for a purchase. This figure includes the commission (trading fee).

The calculation takes into account your order quantity and price and the current state of the order book. However, the real payment and commission may be slightly different because the market situation is likely to change by the time your order arrives to the exchange.

 


Click on the buttons to place your order on the exchange.

By default, the platform will ask you to confirm the order:

You can enable the one-click trading mode by checking "Do not ask for confirmations" or using the settings tab of the New Order component.

Market watch


The market watch shows all the instruments traded on Xena Exchange. Click on an instrument’s name to reveal related details such as the chart, order book, etc.

Click on the star left of an instrument’s name to add or remove it from your favorites. Go to the tab with the star to see only your favourite instruments.

Customize the columns using the Settings tab.

Hint: press I (Instrument) on your keyboard to search for instruments.

Price chart

Use different timeframes relevant for your trading strategy:

Choose between bars, candles, Heikin Ashi, and other chart types:

Add indicators to analyze price action and manage your chart layout templates:

Use powerful technical analysis drawing tools like trend lines, channels, Fibonacci, and many more, accessible in the left-hand menu, to discover price trends and turnarounds.

Pro signals

Better grasp the market growth and potential with our unique proprietary trading signals. We’ve combined the best practices from the world’s top-notch trading desks into just a few signals for easier profit extraction. More information about our trading signals is available in this article.

You can find more indicators in the menu above the chart:

Disclaimer: Any signals and indicators presented on the platform, including trend power signals, are based on technical analyses and are predefined algorithms that use the history of prices, the state of the order book, and other reference information as defined. These tools should not be used without a thorough market analysis. No tools can guarantee future profits or predict the movement of markets with absolute precision. The results of trend power algorithms do not constitute investment advice. You are solely responsible for the trading and investment decisions you make.

Trend power

Quickly generate new trading ideas using our signals made with powerful technical indicators.

The trend power signal uses three technical indicators:

IndicatorInputsUptrend signalDowntrend signal
Commodity Channel Index
  • Overbought threshold = 100
  • Oversold threshold = -100 
CCI < Oversold threshold CCI > Overbought threshold
Exponential Moving Average
  • Period = 9
  • Alpha = 0.2
EMA < Last PriceEMA > Last Price 
Relative Strength Index
  • N = 14
  • Overbought threshold = 0.7
  • Oversold threshold = 0.3
RSI < Oversold thresholdRSI > Overbought threshold

All indicators are calculated in five different timeframes: 5 minutes, 15 minutes, 1 hour, 2 hours, and 1 day.

The resulting trend power is calculated as the difference between the number of buy and sell signals over the total number of indicators:


Disclaimer: Any signals and indicators presented on the platform, including trend power signals, are based on technical analyses and are predefined algorithms that use the history of prices, the state of the order book, and other reference information as defined. These tools should not be used without a thorough market analysis. No tools can guarantee future profits or predict the movement of markets with absolute precision. The results of trend power algorithms do not constitute investment advice. You are solely responsible for the trading and investment decisions you make.

 

Order book (Market Depth)

Use the Order Book to assess the impact of your orders on liquidity: Each row in the table shows the volume available for buying (red lines) or selling (green lines) at a given price.

Click on the chart or a table row to copy the price to your new order (limit or stop-order mode).

Configure the cumulative or by-level volume indication on the Settings tab.

Active orders

The Active Orders table shows all your orders that have not been rejected, cancelled, or filled completely. More information about the order lifecycle is available here.

To cancel an order, hover over the table row and click on the cross icon that appears. Note that orders are canceled without asking for confirmation.

  • Order ID is the unique identifier the platform assigns to an order.
  • List ID is used to link the main order, stop-loss and take-profit orders Note that canceling any of the linked orders doesn't affect the other orders-
  • Order Qty is the initial quantity of the order you submitted.
  • Leaves Qty shows the unfilled quantity.
  • Price Cap shows the price beyond which an attempt zero-loss order won't be moved.

Positions

Positions help you understand your trading results (i.e., whether a cryptocurrency trade was profitable or not).

Trade History

Your trade history shows the last 30 trades on your account. To see your full history of trades, go to the Trade History page on your account.

  • Order ID is the identifier of the order that initiated the trade.
  • Price shows the real execution price.
  • Net payment is the calculated value of the trade without commission.
  • is the commission you paid for the trade. Note that maker's rebates are not shown in this field (if your trade qualifies for a rebate, its commission will be displayed as 0).
  • Total payment is how much you paid or received with the commission.

Hotkeys

You can use following hotkeys to quickly navigate in the trading terminal:

Open market order entryMarketM
Open limit order entryLimitL
Open stop order entryStopT
Enter order price or stop pricePriceP
Enter quantityQuantityQ
Switch to Stop Loss mode and enter SL price Y
Switch to Trailing Stop mode and enter trailing stop distanceTrailing StopR
Switch to Attempt Zero Loss mode and enter trailing stop distanceAttempt Zero LossA
Enter take profit priceTake ProfitK
Switch Fill Or Kill on/offFOKF
Switch Immediate Or Cancel on/offIOCC
Send Buy orderBuyB
Send Sell orderSellS
Focus on instrument search fieldInstrument I
Switch to active orders tabActive OrdersO
Switch to positions tabPositionsN
Switch to trade history tabTrade HistoryH

Price and quantity

You can use the up and down arrow keys to quickly change the price and quantity of your order. When focused on any price or quantity field:

  • The up and down arrows change the price or quantity by its minimum increment
  • Alt + Up/Down changes the price by increments of 10
  • Control (Command on Macs) + Up/Down changes the price by increments of 100
  • Shift + Up/Down changes the price by increments of 1000

One-click trading

By default, the platform will ask you to confirm your order when you click Buy or Sell:


You can enable the one-click trading mode by checking "Do not ask for confirmations" or using the settings tab of the New Order component.