Bityard; The user experience — Part 1
I got really impressed by articles submitted as entries into the ‘Trade with Bityard’ writing competition conducted on Publish0x. Couple of good pieces to read, each one drumming home the beauty of ‘Bityard’. Well, it wasn’t my first time, but I got to know much more about the ambitious exchange.
Launched in 2019 and based in Singapore, Bityard — a leading crypto and derivative trading platform has built a pleasant reputation around its ecosystem. It has grown exponentially in user-base and efficiency of services. Offering contracts trading services to millions of users in over two hundred countries, Bityard has positioned itself at the top of cryptocurrency contract trading. With great security and customer services, contract traders seem to have found a new love in Bityard.
Three articles were all it took to convince me to get a Bityard account. Getting set for trading on the platform was as simple as an email address and a (very) few minutes. Alright, I’m not about to heap some blind praises on the platform, but after a few weeks of staying, using and getting accustomed to the yellow and black themed platform, I definitely have a whole lot to share. Before going deeper;
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Bityard’s homepage greets you with a neatly designed and developed ‘three slide carousel’ with a plausible typography and comprehensive terms giving an overview of the platform and what it offers. Above the carousel, it displays several navigation options which are easily understood by the visitor. Noob or pro, Bityard’s homepage simplifies the journey of getting started on the platform, a good first impression.
Apart from having a great outlook, Bityard’s website is optimized for both mobile and larger devices. In contemporary crypto space where flexibility and efficiency are becoming harder to come by, Bityard presents both…on a platter. With a less than five seconds fetch time, Bityard’s website is not only easy to use, it is convenient. Something a crypto trader would easily love, I did.
The top right corner displays an ‘Assets’ navigation menu. Clicking this as a registered user directs one to a personal dashboard displaying tokens available for trading on the platform. Users simply choose their next line of action. Deposit, or withdrawal; a new user is more likely to do the former than the later. Despite bearing a resemblance to every other exchange in terms of basis of deposit and withdrawal, Bityard’s deposit and withdrawal page is marked by the simplicity which is consistent with every other page on the platform. Tutorial notes on the platform assists a user through out these processes. When a deposit reaches the required number of confirmations on the blockchain, a user can easily access these funds on their profiles for numerous available trading services. Withdrawals also involve similar ‘self-explanatory’ procedures.
Bityard’s spot trading platform features over thirty prominent cryptocurrencies which can be traded on the platform. Thanks to its partnership with Binance, it offers good liquidity and volume on any of these markets. Clicking the ‘Spot trading’ menu on the top left corner of the screen loads the marketplace, featuring every cryptocurrency projects currently listed on the platform.
On the desktop view, the spot trading area is divided into two columns, the first column is further divided into three rows and the second (of the three) column split into two columns. At a glance, a user with prior cryptocurrency trading experience easily grasps the interface and how they work. A first-timer will have a little more difficulty with this. However, thanks to the explicit design of this interface; a user, regardless of their level of experience, will get accustomed to the spot trading interface in a short time.
The first row of the first column displays available trading pairs on the platform. Tokens are grouped under four categories: Defi, Proof of stake (POS), Grayscale (Gray) and Binance smart chain (BSC). Tokens related to these four categories are neatly grouped accordingly. This simplifies users’ process of surfing through the ‘long’ list of market pairs for tokens they wish to trade on the platform. The Defi category contains prominent decentralized finance projects listed on the platform, Binance chain projects also gets a special category (BSC). Users are also able to select their favorite trading pairs, this will be grouped in the ‘optional’ category. You can view all available pairs under the ‘All’ category.
The second row is the trading view and transaction area, the trading view chart aids users’ decisions via charts which helps users with their trading analysis. Below the trading view chart is the transaction area. Here, users are able to buy and sell the selected token. The third row displays the order book and recent trades. The second column displays users’ orders and trades.
Simply put, Bityard’s platform creates a great first impression and sustains this impression. Built with the least experienced cryptocurrency enthusiast in mind, it simplifies the task of using crypto-related facilities.
To sustain interest, this article will be split into various parts, next part will explain more in-depth features of the platform. Stay tuned and REGISTER for a Bityard account. Bityard offers 258Usdt bonus for new users.