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March 03, 2018, 08:00:54 AM
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March 05, 2018, 03:18:36 AM
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Don't most exchanges already have stop limit functions anyways?

Is it that yobit and wex doesn't have them yet?

Anyways, it's a good idea if they don't have this function yet since this is pretty much used by most traders. I think that the flexibility that you offer with the "stop orders at level breakthrough" is great as well since prices usually rise when a major resistance is hit, and traders can't do that on exchange. Also WEX and Yobit are pretty much used by nobody trading large volumes, try to add exchanges.

The only concern would be trusting you guys with the "trade" API keys, as you guys can potentially use funds to buy up coins and pump smaller markets for your personal gains. Not saying that you'll do it but just an issue.

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