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Understanding the "Trades" Widget of Altrady

The trades widget displays a list of all the trades that are happening in real-time for a selected market. With the help of the trades widget, users can find out how fast the market is moving and the time when the most recent trade was made.

In this documentation, you will understand how to:

Activate the trades widget
View real-time trades on the widget

How to Activate the Trades Widget

Step - 1: To activate the trades widget, open the trading terminal of Altrady, click on the widgets button and tick the Trades option.

The trades widget will appear on the screen, as shown below:

Buy trades are shown in green.

Sell trades are shown in red.

There is no fixed position of the widgets as they can be populated and dragged anywhere on the interface based on the available space and the number of widgets already activated.

The widgets of Altrady can be dragged anywhere on the interface and can be organized to your liking.
For more information, see:
How to Organize The Widgets of Altrady

How to View Real-time Trades on the Widget

Step - 1: To view real-time trades on the widget, all you need to do is click on the currency pair name appearing next to the cryptocurrency exchange’s icon at the top-left corner of the trading terminal and select the desired exchange under the ‘Exch’ column and market from the ‘Market’ column on the modal window.

Users can also change the market by clicking on the ‘New tab’ button at the top left corner of the trading terminal and selecting the desired exchange and market on the modal window.

You can also change the market on the Markets widget.

Once you select the desired exchange and market on the modal window, the trades widget will display corresponding buy/sell trades in real-time, as shown below:

The following columns are available in the trades widget:

Time: It shows the date and time by which the trade is executed.

Price: It shows the price of the coin during the transaction.

Amount: It shows the amount of coin that was traded.

Total: It shows the total amount that was traded.

If you still have any doubts, please feel free to chat with our customer support service.

Updated on: 21/06/2024

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