Binance launched its latest update package for dashboard and trading bots on November 15, 2023, after a two-month process in which it considered 649 user recommendations between September 1 and October 31.
Significant modifications to the cryptocurrency exchange’s user interface (UI) and functionality, as well as upgrades to its trading bots, are among the highlights of the update.
Binance updated its Futures Leaderboard to version 5.0, in addition to redesigning the UI. The leaderboard, which was always intended to be a tracking and learning tool, now has much increased utility and customizability.
Customers can now better control how futures traders are shown on the leaderboard by ordering them by the amount of followers they have, and they can also identify who those followers are.
The new dashboard also improves the overall user experience (UX) by allowing for more customization of alerts, including those warning of order executions, regardless of whether the app is active or closed. The upgrade also gives you more control over your privacy settings.
Binance Makes Improvements To Its Trading Bots
Binance made many adjustments to its trading bots in the most recent release. In their Bot Wallets, users will now be able to access details on the beginning margin and profits organized by various bot strategies.
Furthermore, the update gives the Futures Grid trading bots more power, since they can add or remove margin depending on the circumstances of the moment to assist them better utilize their cash.
Binance also improved user access to records, particularly their financing fee history, which is now viewable on the Copy Trading Overview page, as well as positions, open orders, and order history of the trading bot’s candlestick chart.
Binance’s profit-and-loss (PNL) analysis charts for futures trading now feature asset summary and asset growth charts, making critical information more visible. The addition of good-till-date/time (GTD) orders enhances the exchange’s futures trading experience.