Information in your dashboard on KickEX is divided into four sections:
The graph shows the dynamic of changes in your portfolio value during the selected period. In the example below, a period of 1 year (1y) is selected; you can also select periods of 1 week, 1 month, 1 year.
On the right, there is a list of coins traded on the exchange - their ticker, name, coin balance in the user's wallet and value in BTC.
Favourite pairs section
It is placed under the Portfolio section. Here you can add your favourite cryptocurrency pairs.
By clicking the “+” sign, you will be redirected to the Markets page where a list of trading pairs will pop up. Clicking the star will add the pair to your favourites.
Now, all the following information is directly displayed in your personal account: your favourite pairs, the current exchange rate, its dynamic over the past 24 hours and the trading volume.
The selected pairs can be changed by clicking Manage. Pressing the orange star will remove the trading pair from your favourites.
If more than 4 trading pairs are selected, you can view them by scrolling left or right using the small arrows on the side.
Open orders section
Displays orders that are currently active.
By clicking View all, you will be redirected to the Open orders page in the Orders section.
If there are no active orders, you will be advised to create one. In order to do so, click the “+” sign.
Then, you will be redirected to the Trading section where you will be able to create a new order on the dedicated page.
Contains a list of transactions for depositing and withdrawing funds from the exchange. By clicking on the icon at the end of the line, you can get a link to this transaction in the blockchain of its implementation.
The following information is available for each transaction:
- date and time of the transaction;
- type (deposit or withdrawal);
- coin (coin’s ticker);
- the number of coins in this transaction;
- status (in progress, completed, declined, cancelled);
- address (wallet address used to execute the transaction).