The basic interface offers you a clean and simple layout. You won’t be overwhelmed by excess amounts of information.
1. Trading pairs: select a trading pair here. For example: with the ETH/BTC pair, you can buy Ethereum with Bitcoin, or sell Ethereum for Bitcoin.
2. Last price: the most recent trading price for the trading pair is displayed here.
3. 24 hour change: the 24h % change is the difference between the current price and the price 24 hours ago. For example, the current price of bitcoin is $7000 and was $6300 24h ago. The 24h change would be +10%.
4. 24 hour low: the lowest price the trading pair was trading at in the last 24 hours.
5. 24 hour high: the highest price the trading pair was trading at in the last 24 hours.
6. 24 hour volume: the total volume of buy and sell orders in the last 24 hours that were filled is displayed here.
7. Order book: a real-time list of buy and sell orders, typically showing the size of the order, price, and its distance from the spread.
8: Trading chart: trading charts illustrate the movement of price over a long or short-term horizon. You can customize the view by selecting to display the 1-day chart or weekly chart for example.
9. Trading pairs: here you can select different trading pairs too. Or search for a coin by name or ticker using the search bar.
10. Orders: here you can place different orders. Limit, market, stop market and stop limits orders are available.
11. Recent trades: the most recent trades, buy and sell orders that were filled for the trading pair you selected are displayed here.
12. Open orders: Your non-executed orders are displayed here. Check out what the different order statuses mean in this article.