Check out the most recent Tokpie’s updates and improvements.
Crypto Bounty Analyzer improvements
We had optimized Bounty Analyzer for the search engines. In addition, we have added the description of the main terms that help users to understand how the Analyzer works. Thanks to that, the Bounty Analyzer is now featured on top of Google’s organic results in a box as a featured snippet. Being featured means getting additional Tokpie brand exposure in search results.
Bounty stakes depositing update
Bounty stakes depositing rules have slightly changed. The system as usual locks some amount of TKP on a user’s account as collateral. Previously, the amount of TKP collateral was based on the current best bid price due to the formula: Best bid price x Quantity x Collateral rate.
However, starting from now, the collateral amount is based on a base price that is set by Tokpie. So, the new formula is Base price x Quantity x Collateral rate. Check the updated Rules here.
The search field on the balance page
To allow Tokie users to easily find a required cryptocurrency or bounty stake title, we have added the search field on the balance page. Simply start typing a project name of a crypto-asset symbol to find it instantly.
“Lend” in the toolbar
We added the “Lend” element into the left toolbar. It will increase awareness about Tokpie’s P2P lending tool. So, more people could lend their cryptocurrencies and earn returns.
Tokpie beta 2.0 released. Check out the new features aiming to improve cryptocurrency trading, staking, borrowing and more.
Learn about the recent Tokpie cryptocurrency exchange platform updates and improvements.
Collateralize Asset tool
Collateralize Asset tool allows Tokpie users to do the following:
deposit bounty stakes of supported cryptocurrency projects in seconds
settle previously deposited bounty stakes in seconds
Thanks to the collateralization users can deposit bounty stakes even if they have not yet earned them! Collateralization means using TKP tokens as collateral. In other words, the Collateralize Asset tool is the core element of Bounty Stakes Trading 2.0.
Borrow tool is the main feature of the Tokpie’s P2P Lending solution. It allows Tokpie users to do the following:
issue promissory notes to get a loan
settle previously issued promissory notes to unlock collateral
As a result, Tokpiee users can borrow money: stable coins or any other cryptocurrencies. Moreover, a borrower can use TKP and other popular altcoins as collateral with up to 90% LTV ratio. Learn how it works for TKP token now.
Tokpie devs released the first version of a Collateralize Asset section. Through this section, Tokpie users could deposit bounty stakes pledged by TKP collateral. It will allow making stakes depositing in seconds and in advance! Know more.
This is a good practice to refer to the publications where Tokpie is mentioned. This is why you can see now the Press section on our main page. Besides, the more people know about bounty stakes trading, the better trade volumes Tokpie will get.
The following improvements are now available on Tokpie cryptocurrency exchange platform:
1. Searching tools for asset selection
Now users can easily select a required asset on the dashboard (image 1) and on any order book (image 2). An asset might be a bounty stake title [stakes] or a coin/altcoin, which are tradable on Tokpie.
2. UI improvements
Thanks to the iconusers can now easily recognize a tradable asset in the Balance Details page (image 3)
Also, an asset selector contains different icons: for bounty stakes and for coins/altcoins.
3. Total order value in the quote currency
Users can see now how much quote currency is required to submit a trading order [price x quantity] in order submission page (image 4).
1. The new section ‘USDC Markets’ was added to Tokpie website. It displays market data (obtained via API) of all pairs traded against USDC (USD stablecoin) on Tokpie.
The first pair we have added into that market was ETH / USDC with USDC as a quote currency. To open this new section, go to Market Statistics then click on USDC Markets tap (Figure 1).
2. The ability to edit trade orders has been removed. So now to change a trading order price, a user has to delete a trade order in My orders section and submit a new one.
3. Other fixings were made to decrease order books uploading time.
The upcoming updates will be related to:
An asset searching tool will be added to the platform to simplify the process of asset selection;