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Bitfinex blog by Kasper Rasmussen - 1M ago

The Bitfinex Change Log is an overview of all performance and UI changes made to the Bitfinex trading platform. For an overview of all previous changes, please refer to blog.bitfinex.com/category/changelogs

Version 3.7 Features
  • Updated TradingView Chart to the latest version.
  • Improved loading performances on Chart component.
  • Optimized theme assets from Santiment.
  • Fixed symbol for TickerList dropdown filter.
  • Fixed the amount rounding on certain book row click values.
  • Removed subscription logs.
Version 3.7 – Mobile App New Features
  • New login page design that allows to login with Pin Code.
  • Add ‘Offer All’ button in Funding Offer Form.
Improvements
  • Change settings to a more meaningful order.
  • Add Hidden status column for funding ‘bids & offers’ section.
  Bug Fixes
  • Correct the close translation in Cn/Tw.
  • Add tickers and withdraw title translation.

The Bitfinex APIs are designed to allow complete access to the features provided by Bitfinex. Learn more about our API documentation here.
We’ve recently open-sourced a number of the development libraries most essential to Bitfinex. If you are interested in learning more, visit our Github.

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Bitfinex blog by Kasper Rasmussen - 1M ago

The Bitfinex Change Log is an overview of all performance and UI changes made to the Bitfinex trading platform. For an overview of all previous changes, please refer to blog.bitfinex.com/category/changelogs

Version 3.6 Features
  • Greatly reduced the amount of auth token issued.
  • Futures:
    • Extend summary component
    • Extend support of order form
    • Split margin positions from futures.
    • Add a modal to update collateral value.
    • Improve the bfxuilib positions reduced to support futures fields.
    • Add the collateral column to positions table.
  • Santiment page:
    • Link Eth address & tx hash to Etherscan.
    • Hide Transactions component if no transactions are present.
  • Double ws connection pub and auth.
  • Add an info icon and tooltip on MainTicker component.
  • Add symbol mapping for the second currency of the pair.
Fixes
  • Ticker List shows the correct ticker symbols for the last symbol in the pair (internal symbols displayed before).
  • Landing Ticker List tabs have the correct ticker mapping.
  • Santiment modal now be scrollable.
  • Sub dup error spam no longer appears.
  • Edit Order Modal: Amount field is no longer empty when editing an order.
  • Provided Funding: Solved error when clicking on renew button.
  • Tickers Filter dropdown list is no longer cut off when height of the component is small.
  • Funding Book: Changing precision will no longer take a long time to update.

The Bitfinex APIs are designed to allow complete access to the features provided by Bitfinex. Learn more about our API documentation here.
We’ve recently open-sourced a number of the development libraries most essential to Bitfinex. If you are interested in learning more, visit our Github.

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From 11:30am UTC Bitfinex opens margin trading for USDT/USD pair, improving our stablecoin offering in line with market evolution and consumer demand.

At Bitfinex we work tirelessly to ensure our platform reflects the needs of professional traders, offering market differentiating order types for unique trading strategies. Today, adding margin trading on USDT/USD pair will not only allow for more efficient price discovery, but in an important move for risk management, unlock the ability to hedge the exposure taken on stablecoins. Along with a dedicated lending market, USDT will be available as collateral for margin positions.  

At present, stablecoin margin trading is necessarily limited to USDT/USD, but as part of our commitment to providing a coin agnostic platform there are plans to introduce margin trading for the other major stable coin pairings when sufficient liquidity is reached. Read more about our recent introduction of all major stablecoins to Bitfinex here.

As always, our dedicated support team will be available 24/7 for any queries around this update.

The Bitfinex Team.

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Bitfinex blog by Kasper Rasmussen - 5M ago

The Bitfinex Change Log is an overview of all performance and UI changes made to the Bitfinex trading platform. For an overview of all previous changes, please refer to blog.bitfinex.com/category/changelogs

MAJOR CHANGES
  • Added support for Time-in-force (TIF) orders.
    • Time-in-force is a specific instruction made to an order indicating the duration as to when the order will remain active until it is executed. If an order is not executed up until the indicated time it will expire without impacting your balance.
  • Updated all the dependencies and build processes.
  • Removed support for legacy data formats. 
  • Minor performance improvements across the platform. 
  • Improved code splitting of JS bundles.
  • Minor bug fixes.

To stay up to date with all future platform developments, please refer to Twitter, LinkedIn, Telegram & Youtube.

The Bitfinex APIs are designed to allow complete access to the features provided by Bitfinex. Learn more about our API documentation here.

We’ve recently open-sourced a number of the development libraries most essential to Bitfinex. If you are interested in learning more, visit our Github.

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Bitfinex blog by Kasper Rasmussen - 6M ago

3 weeks ago we launched a new set of reporting tools built to be both faster and easier to use. The new reporting tools allowed traders to instantly view, compile and download all necessary account information stemming as far back as account history goes. 

Since the launch, we have been continuously optimizing the reporting tools based on all the fantastic feedback we received. We are pleased to now present our first round of changes.

Overview of Changes
  • Fine-tune the mobile layout.
  • Added public trades section.
  • Added support for more explorer types in deposits/withdrawals.
  • Added support for sync mode (for desktop version).
  • Get timezone configuration from BFX main account.
  • Added specific titles for CSV export of withdrawals/deposits.
  • Added compressing exports to zip for lighter downloadable files.
  • Added expired URLs on CSV export to improve security measures.
  • Added ability to change date format ( Y/M/D or M/D/Y or D/M/Y ) on CSV exports to support a variety of different programs, e.g. Excel.
  • A variety of bug fixes.

We are always working on improving our products. If you have any feedback on how we can continue to do so, please contact feedback-dev@bitfinex.com.

Stay up to date with Bitfinex on TwitterLinkedInTelegram & YouTube

The Bitfinex APIs are designed to allow complete access to the features provided by Bitfinex. Learn more about our API documentation here.

We’ve recently open-sourced a number of the development libraries most essential to Bitfinex. If you are interested in learning more, visit our Github.

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Bitfinex blog by Kasper Rasmussen - 6M ago

The Bitfinex Change Log is an overview of all performance and UI changes made to the Bitfinex trading platform. For an overview of all previous changes, please refer to blog.bitfinex.com/category/changelogs

MAJOR CHANGES
  • Improved performance of scaled order placement.
  • Ticker UI update.
    • Tokens using ticker codes longer than 3 letters now have their full tickers displayed in the UI.
    • Shortened 3 letter codes will continue to be used via API.
MINOR CHANGES
  • More informative order history table for advanced order types.
  • Improved platform modal windows.
  • Fixed Tether withdrawal address book.
  • Fixed several Chinese translations.
  • Fixed limit orders warning notification text.

Stay up to date with Bitfinex on TwitterLinkedInTelegram, Facebook & YouTube

The Bitfinex APIs are designed to allow complete access to the features provided by Bitfinex. Learn more about our API documentation here.

We’ve recently open-sourced a number of the development libraries most essential to Bitfinex. If you are interested in learning more, visit our Github.

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Bitfinex is pleased to announce full support for the upcoming Bitcoin Cash hard fork, estimated to take place on November 15th, 2018.

Bitfinex will complete a full account snapshot of Bitcoin Cash balances at UNIX time 1542300000, I.E 4:40:00 PM UTC, November 15th. Deposits and withdrawals of BCH will be suspended as of 3:30:00 PM UTC, November 15th.

Bitfinex will manage all technical requirements surrounding the process for all users for whom the Bitcoin Cash hard fork is relevant.

Bitfinex will not advocate for or against any particular fork, and miners have full prerogative to commit their hashing power to whichever projects they choose. At the time of writing, we do not believe that there is sufficient consensus to identify a clear winner in the Bitcoin Cash hard fork.

A separate announcement will be made on November 16th, following the event, to notify our users of a successful hard fork. In the meantime, please visit the Bitfinex Telegram should you have any questions or contact support@bitfinex.com.

Stay up to date with Bitfinex on TwitterLinkedInTelegram & YouTube

The Bitfinex APIs are designed to allow complete access to the features provided by Bitfinex. Learn more about our API documentation here.

We’ve recently open-sourced a number of the development libraries most essential to Bitfinex. If you are interested in learning more, visit our Github.

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Bitfinex blog by Kasper Rasmussen - 7M ago

3 weeks ago we launched a new set of reporting tools built to be both faster and easier to use. The new reporting tools allowed traders to instantly view, compile and download all necessary account information stemming as far back as account history goes. 

Since the launch, we have been continuously optimizing the reporting tools based on all the fantastic feedback we received. We are pleased to now present our first round of changes.

Overview of Changes
  • Fine-tune the mobile layout.
  • Added public trades section.
  • Added support for more explorer types in deposits/withdrawals.
  • Added support for sync mode (for desktop version).
  • Get timezone configuration from BFX main account.
  • Added specific titles for CSV export of withdrawals/deposits.
  • Added compressing exports to zip for lighter downloadable files.
  • Added expired URLs on CSV export to improve security measures.
  • Added ability to change date format ( Y/M/D or M/D/Y or D/M/Y ) on CSV exports to support a variety of different programs, e.g. Excel.
  • A variety of bug fixes.

We are always working on improving our products. If you have any feedback on how we can continue to do so, please contact feedback-dev@bitfinex.com.

Stay up to date with Bitfinex on TwitterLinkedInTelegram & YouTube

The Bitfinex APIs are designed to allow complete access to the features provided by Bitfinex. Learn more about our API documentation here.

We’ve recently open-sourced a number of the development libraries most essential to Bitfinex. If you are interested in learning more, visit our Github.

 

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Bitfinex blog by Kasper Rasmussen - 7M ago

Bitfinex is pleased to announce full support for the upcoming AION MainNet Token Swap. As Aion (AION) transitions from Ethereum to their own chain, Bitfinex will manage all technical requirements for our users to ensure a smooth token migration.

All deposits and withdrawals of ERC20 AION will be paused as of Monday October 29th 2018, 10.00 AM UTC, at which point we will begin the Aion mainnet token swap. A notice will be made after completion, upon which users will be able to deposit and withdraw AION Coin. Bitfinex will not support the depositing of ERC20 AION following the completion of this swap. Trading markets will remain active throughout the duration of the token swap.

All users will receive AION Coin in equal proportion to their ERC20 AION holdings. The AION Coin is the native asset of the Aion blockchain (as outlined in the AION Whitepaper), used for critical network functionality and crypto-economic mechanisms. Please keep in mind that all ERC-20 AION tokens must be swapped for AION Coins. There will eventually be no utility for Ethereum-based AION token.

For further information or support pertaining to the Aion mainnet token swap, please visit support.bitfinex.com, contact support@bitfinex.com and refer to the official guide put together by the AION team.

Stay up to date with Bitfinex on TwitterLinkedInFacebook & Telegram.

To learn more about the Bitfinex development libraries, please visit our Github.

Join us on our mission to create the industry’s most innovative cryptocurrency exchange.

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Today we are introducing a new, improved and increasingly resilient fiat depositing system for sending fiat currencies to Bitfinex.

This new process will once again allow KYC-verified users from around the world to initiate deposits across USD, GBP, JPY and EUR.

The new fiat deposit system will function as follows:

  • A user wishing to initiate a fiat deposit on Bitfinex will create a deposit request to signal interest in completing a deposit. Through this deposit request, a user will be able to specify the exact amount and currency which they wish to deposit.
  • Following an account review (which may take up to 48 hours), the user will receive a deposit notification which will include, among other things, bank details specific to the individual’s transaction.
  • The user will be able to initiate the deposit based on the information received through the deposit notification. The deposit will subsequently be processed within 6-10 business days from Bitfinex.

The minimum fiat deposit amount on Bitfinex will remain at 10,000 USD with a 0.100% processing processing fee. Additional information on Bitfinex fiat management is available here.

We believe this system to be significantly more durable in the face of sustained attacks by our competition and their supporters. Ongoing campaigns against us will only result in our company becoming stronger and better.

Thank you to all of our users for their continued understanding throughout the entirety of this situation.

The Bitfinex team

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The Bitfinex APIs are designed to allow complete access to the features provided by Bitfinex. Learn more about our API documentation here.

We’ve recently open-sourced a number of the development libraries most essential to Bitfinex. If you are interested in learning more, visit our Github.

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