Users of the Kraken cryptocurrency exchange will be able to use two preliminary orders and 10 trading pairs again. Earlier, nine of them were inaccessible due to the increased load on the system.
Twitter representatives of Kraken reported that the activity of the exchange became much more stable after the modernization of the trading engine on the 13th of January, so it was decided to return previously disabled options.
Kraken enables advanced orders and adds 10 currency pairs! https://t.co/BEaRQRFhHA
— Kraken Exchange (@krakenfx) February 20, 2018
Now two preliminary orders are available for traders again, they are stop-loss and take-profit. According to the representatives of the platform, there will be other advanced orders within the next few weeks, they are being tested at the moment.
There are 10 cryptocurrency pairs on the site:XRP/CAD, XRP/JPY, EOS/EUR, EOS/USD, XLM/EUR, XLM/USD, GNO/EUR, GNO/USD, REP/USD and ZEC/JPY.
In the future the site promises to add additional pairs, but does not disclose any details. However, as noted in the message, Kraken is considering XBT/GBP and ETH/GBP, but even the approximate terms of their listing are not yet revealed.
We would like to remind you that Jesse Powell, the head of the cryptocurrency exchange Kraken, shared his opinion at the World Government Summit in Dubai that investors themselves should be responsible for the risks when investing into digital currencies.