Change your trades

  • Close and open immediately at market rate.

  • Move targets higher or lower.

  • Add more funds.

Active trades have two buttons on the right:

  1. Update the trade status without refreshing the whole page.

  2. Open a menu with all available actions.

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  1. Update.

  2. Add funds.

  3. Open or close now.

  4. Edit.

  5. Cancel.

Open now

Start the trade immediately at the current price:

  • The price is likely to reverse before reaching the open condition.

  • You think the price is already attractive.

Available for trades waiting for the open order to execute.

Add funds

Open a dialog to add funds:

  • Move the entry price closer to current levels to close the trade faster.

  • Increase profits when the price goes in a favorable direction.

Available only for opened deals.

Close at Market Price

Close the trade immediately at the current price:

  • Take profit when the price is likely to reverse.

  • Take loss when you expect the price to drop further. 

  • Get funds out of the trade when you need it.

Available only for opened deals.


Click the button to change the trade:

  • Move the take profit closer to the price when it's likely to bounce.

  • Move the stop loss to secure profits in case the price drops.

  • Enable or disable additional features like trailing, stop loss timeout, split targets.


Get a link to share the trade settings: 

  • Someone can open it to get all settings prefilled to the trade form. 

  • You can open the link yourself to duplicate trades.


Continue the trade yourself:

  • You neither close nor revert it, bought coins remain on balances, sold coins remain sold. The profit or loss remains even you don't see it.

  • Replace multiple trades on the same pair with one.

  • Cancel a trade to use funds for another one.

Consider what to do before you cancel as you can't revert this.

What's next?

  • Gain more with trailing take profit

  • Add sell conditions to coins you already own

  • Follow trends with trailing stop loss

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