Here is the layout of Coinigy V2, which is an improved version of our platform. You can find the description of the contents of each numbered box right below the picture.
1) At the top of the page on the left, one can find buttons that allow users to access different features. Going left to right, we have:
- 'Markets': This button takes shows the markets available on our platform.
- 'Portfolio': This page shows all the information about your Balances, Accounts, and Wallets. You can also check Pie Charts where you can find Currency Distribution and Exchange distribution. Bar Charts, Line Charts, and Gainers / Losers
- 'Orders': Here you can find a list of all your Open Orders and Order History. Also, you can place a new order.
- 'Alerts': This page allows you to set alerts for your account. Alerts can be set to specify an exchange, market, and price, with the ability to add custom notes to the alert. You will also find any active alerts you have on your account and a history of alerts set.
- 'Boards’: This page displays a new, fully customizable way to track your favorite cryptocurrency markets. Boards contain multiple Panels which can be moved around to customize the layout of your experience. All Panels are updated live with real-time data, allowing you to easily track price movements across multiple markets and exchanges. Boards are also able to be shared with other Coinigy users, allowing you to send custom layouts to others. With this initial launch, we're providing 6 different Panel types to choose from.
- 'Keys’: Finally, on this page, users can find all the API keys they have added to our platform from their favorite exchanges.
2) In the top right corner of Coinigy, one can find general site buttons.
- First, you can find the SUBSCRIPTION LEVEL Tab which shows the subscription level you have purchased.
- Next, you can find the HELP button that brings up two options - a direct link to our Knowledge Base and another to submit a ticket.
- Finally, the ‘PROFILE’ button brings up a dropdown menu where you can direct yourself to the ‘Subscription and Billing', ‘Account Preferences’, ‘Two Factor Authentication, ‘Referral Program, ‘Coinigy API’, 'Activity Logs', 'Active Sessions', 'Favorites', 'UI preferences' and ‘Logout Button’.
3) On the left-hand side of the main Markets page, users can find an alphabetical list of all of the exchanges that Coinigy supports. Once you scroll and find a market to explore, a list of all of that specific exchange’s pairings will appear in the column directly to the right of the market list.
4) The vertical bar of icons squeezed between the main market graph and the market list is where users can find basic charting tools. These functions allow you to do things like draw specific lines, shapes and angles on your graph, and place wave patterns and ranges overtop charts for better personal analysis. After clicking an icon, some functions allow even further customizations of that tool.
5) Just above the graph on the market's homepage, you can find a row of tools and settings to completely customize your graphs. Starting from the left side of this box with the cross icon, we have:
- ‘Time Interval’: This is the interval adjuster. By default, one interval is equal to one hour. By clicking on ‘1he or the three vertical dots or the down arrow button directly to the right of ‘1he, the time interval can be changed to fit your needs.
- ‘Candles Tab’: Users can change the style of the bars on their charts. Coinigy offers the ability to display your charts as bars, candlesticks, hollow candlesticks, lines, lines with the area, or Heikin-Ashi candlesticks.
- ‘Compare’: The compare button allows you to save a specific chart type to then compare with other ones you create. As the name implies, here you can add a new symbol to compare or view more than one chart.
- ‘Indicators’: This button is where users performing in-depth trading analyses of specific markets will find the most helpful tools. Coinigy offers over 70 indicators, with popular tools such as Bollinger Bands, and others like Money Flow and Klinger Oscillators. The down arrow button attached to this list also allows you to save displayed indicators on a chart.
- ‘Templates’: you can save your own indicator templates for you to use in the future.
- ‘Undo’ and ‘Redo’: Much like other software programs, these back, and forward arrows allow you to undo and redo recent changes that you have made.
- ‘Autosave’: You can save all charts for all Symbols and Intervals on your Layout.
- 'Chart Properties' The gear icon is a general settings button for your charts. Here, you can make both minor and major changes to the way your graphs are displayed with options for style, scales, background, and timezones.
- ‘Fullscreen mode’: Full-screens your current Coinigy graph.
- 'Camera Icon': It allows the user to take a snapshot or screenshot of the chart
- 'Clock Icon': It allows you to place an alert for any specific price you want to keep track of.
6) Directly to the right of your market graph, Coinigy displays what the order book currently looks like for your exchange and coin pairing. One can also find trade details like highs/lows, bids/asks, and volume. If you notice the tabs above the order book, you are currently on the ‘Data’ tab. The other tabs include:
- ‘Trade’: Place buys and sells orders on the currently displayed coin pairing. You can also find your order history and the ability to add API accounts here.
- ‘Alerts’: Set and view price alerts you currently have enabled.
- ‘Insights’: Find basic network details regarding the coin whose market you are viewing. Here, you can find information about a wide range of cryptocurrencies including consensus type, market capitalization, and supply.
- 'Notes'. You can now take notes about the trades and the insights so you can keep better track of your portfolio and any valuable information you need to have handy.
Article is closed for comments.