TT Mobile iOS supports trading on Coinbase, which is a regulated, U.S. based exchange for trading cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum. You can view market data for Coinbase instruments in MD Trader and submit orders using MD Trader or the Order Ticket.
When viewing Coinbase market data in MD Trader, consider the following:
Empty price levels can be hidden to show only available prices at each price level by configuring the Order Settings | ONLY SHOW AVAILABLE PRICES setting in the MD Trader widget.
When set to "Yes", only price levels with available liquidity are shown.
Note: This setting removes the static aspect of the ladder, which may result in orders being submitted at a price level different than the one you tapped if prices move while submitting the order.
You can consolidate prices at specific tick intervals by configuring the Order Settings | TICKS PER ROW setting in MD Trader.
When configured, aggregate order quantities between each tick interval are displayed at each price level. For example, a tick interval of "100" entered for BTC-USD results in prices ticking in 1.00 increments.
By default, quantities are displayed with up to four decimals of precision. If a quantity is larger than four decimal places, a "+" is shown as the fourth decimal to indicate additional quantity (e.g., 1.357+).
If the quantity is a whole number (e.g., 0.4369) or if the remaining digits are "0" (e.g., .0100), only four decimals will be displayed.
The following fields display quantities with up to four decimal places: MD Trader working order cells and LTQ, as well as net positions in MD Trader and the NET column in the Positions widget.
On TT Mobile iOS, you can submit orders for all Coinbase instruments using MD Trader or the Order Ticket.
When submitting orders for Coinbase instruments using MD Trader, consider the following:
Note: On TT, positions will reset at 5pm CST and an SOD will be created for the next 24 hour trading cycle.
Number pads in Order Settings also support entering fractional order quantities.
When submitting orders for Coinbase instruments using the Order Ticket, consider the following: