Trading account creation flow
We have updated the workflow for creating a trading account. Now you have a step-by-step guide that walks you through opening a trading wallet, depositing funds for trading and saving API keys for trading terminals.
Trading page layout
We are constantly looking for the best UI experience for our users – the general layout of the trading page has been slightly reworked and updated.
To meet the needs of the traders who prefer to work via API, we have implemented REST API for TimeX. The API now works with trading pairs instead of individual cryptocurrencies. It allows:
- read public information about the order book, pairs, and trades,
- perform operations with the orders,
- see trading and order history.
The description of how to work with the API is available on the API swagger page.
TimeX help system is continuously updated as the product develops and changes. Please check the latest version for new chapters.
And now a small peek into the advanced functionality of the exchange we have been working on recently. We are looking forward to seeing big players on TimeX, and for those guys who want to play big, it is essential to have market-making tools to automate order placement for their trading strategies. To meet these needs, we are developing a market-making toolset that offers trading strategy setup for maker and taker bots, trading history, and statistics. How cool is to have a solution like that working out of the box?
LaborX is in the beta-testing stage now. Here’s the roadmap of mid-range goals:
At this stage we are focused on delivering an MVP, which will include:
- implement and test core workflow;
- develop solid product semantics and vocabulary so the user can easily understand the language used in the service;
- optimize UX for profile creation, logging in, and the core process of client-worker interaction to make the experience smooth and intuitive.
The core workflow describes the following interaction between the employer and the job seeker. The employer has a job and is ready to pay for getting it done. And the job seeker has the skills (hopefully fit to perform this type of job) and the desire to earn some money. The only thing that remains is to facilitate the process of their communication:
Let’s have a closer look at the new interface.
The dashboard also got a fresh look – both for the job seeker and for the employer. The job seeker sees the task list and job opportunities:
And the employer has an overview of posted jobs and jobs in progress:
If we go deeper, the main view for the worker would be To Do, a detailed to-do list. Here the worker can see the assignment cards sorted by due date. Each card tells job status, deadline and has a timer to count work-hours.
The main view for the client is Active Jobs view that displays a list of cards with jobs in progress. Here the client can see the status of the job, assignees and estimated budget.
My Funds view is available for all user roles and gives an overview of the current wallet balance and the transaction history.
If you want to join the public beta-testing of LaborX, you can contact us in Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Telegram or mail firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will welcome you onboard. We appreciate and value your help. Moreover, we are ready to act on your advice: the first round of beta testing feedback is already planned for implementing in the next releases.