To create a new Entry order, start by clicking on the Plus button in the bottom right corner of the screen when viewing any of the different tabs (Coins, Exchanges, Accounts) in the Portfolio section of the app.
The steps to create a new entry order are as follows:
Step 1 - Choose symbol
Start by choosing the symbol to use for the entry order. To search for a specific symbol, click on the Search button on the upper left corner of the screen.
Please note that you can search for the symbol by the coin name, by pair, or by full symbol name. When entering a symbol name, you can ignore upper case and omit the separator between the coin name and pair name (so searching for "adabtc"or "ada btc" will still find ADA/BTC).
Step 2 - Choose account
Select the account to create the order from your list of available accounts. Some of the accounts might be greyed out in cases where the symbol is not available for trading in the exchange that corresponds to that account.
In some cases, you might get a warning when selecting an account that is not greyed out. This might happen when the available pair amount in the selected account is lower than the minimum you can create an order on in the exchange.
Step 3 - Choose order type and fill in the order details
In the last step, you will need to select the order type and provide additional details like the order amount and price that are necessary to create the new entry order.
Start by selecting the order type by clicking on one of the order types. You will be able to choose between Market, Limit and Stop Limit orders. For some exchanges, you will also be able to create a Stop Market order (currently offered in Bitmex, Deribit, Kucoin, Bybit and Binance Futures).
Order amount - For all order types, you will need to select the pair amount you wish to use to create the entry order.
Make sure to enter an amount between the minimum and maximum that is listed in the text below. You can change the order amount either by entering the exact amount or by specifying a percentage of the available amount to use for the order. To toggle between an exact amount and a percentage just tap on the corresponding value.
The following are specific additional details you will need to provide depending on which order type you selected:
Limit order - In addition to the order amount, you will also need to specify the limit price to use for the order. By default, the limit price will be set to the current price. To change the limit price, simply click on the input field and enter you desired price.
Stop limit order - In addition to the order amount, you will also need to specify the trigger price and the limit price to use for the order. By default, the trigger price will be set to the current price. To change the trigger price, simply click on the input field and enter you desired price. The limit price will be the same as the trigger price by default. If you wish to change the limit price, just click on the limit price input and enter your desired price.
Stop market order (only available in supported exchanges) - In addition to the order amount, you will also need to specify the trigger price to use for the order. By default, the trigger price will be set to the current price. To change the trigger price, simply click on the input field and enter you desired price.
If the selected account is in a margin exchange, in addition to the above information you will need to provide the following details:
Long/Short - Select between long and short position. To change this value, click on the Long/Short field.
In the new screen, click on the desired value.
Leverage - Select your desired leverage for the order. To change the leverage, click on the Leverage field.
To change the leverage type, scroll the left scroll wheel.
When selecting Isolated leverage, you will be able to scroll the right scroll wheel to change the leverage value.
Confirm order creation
After providing the necessary details, the Confirm button should be clickable. Proceed to click the button to create the order. Assuming the order is not executed immediately (like in the case of Market orders, for example) you should then be able to see the trade listed in the Trades sections of the app.