Bittrex, a U.S. based cryptocurrency platform recently announced the launch of the latest generation of their website on Twitter.
The site has many new and upgraded features such as a user interface overhaul, security updates, and API improvements. Some of the new updates on the new site may cause trouble to algorithm traders because the accounts are only allowed to make 60 API calls per minute.
This new website has been designed with a stifling mechanism to take action against inappropriate behavior. In addition to offering a well-organized user interface which provides real-time price tracking and easier access to charting tools.
Though Bittrex’s new website has many improvements, the backlogs such as site crashes, unwanted advertisements, and other functional incongruities are not totally resolved.
George Gergianakis, a user of Bittrex says:
“Very confusing interface, lacking basic information on both BTC and ETH pairs like the price in $… Also some strange issues with the scrollbars disappearing randomly”
Valerios Baglaridis, an investor says:
“Bittrex, from being my favourite exchange, trustworth, I was holding all my funds on your exchange, and now I end up being disappointed with your job.”
Sanghoku, a Twitterati pointing the flaws and perfection of the new website says:
“-Too much spacing in the left bar
– Mouse scroll on chart is reversed
– Timeframes should be able to mark favourites/ multiple next to eachother above chart
– OCO/ trailing/ scaling orders planned?
– like the added chart options/ studies though”
Bittrex is currently the 11th highest exchange in terms of volume though they announced earlier this month that they would be removing a number of cryptocurrencies from its platform for policy violations and has also temporarily halted new user signups since December 2017.
Bittrex CEO and Co-founder, Bill Shihara told Unikrn Radio that the Bittrex support team may be expanded by adding 20 support contractors to overcome the platforms long list of support request backlogs.
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