When using the trading panel, the process is very intuitive as it is designed in the same style as the Binance exchange itself. Once a trading pair is selected, the next step is to define the parameters for the order.
As previously mentioned, there are three available order types, and the trader can select any of them directly on the trading panel. The next step is to define the order size, which can be done in two ways. The trader can either enter the lots directly or change the lots using the scroll bar, just like on the Binance exchange.
The next steps depend on the selected order type. In the case of a Market order, the only remaining step is to click either the Buy or Sell button. For pending orders, options such as order open price, take-profit, stop-loss, etc. are available for selection.
When the order is sent, the first indication of its status is the bar at the bottom of the panel. It transfers the message from the exchange, allowing the user to easily see if the order has been executed or not. Another indication of an executed order is the horizontal line with the symbol name, direction, and order type displayed on the chart. It is also possible to cancel an order by clicking the red cross at the right of the line. By default, the colors are the same as in MetaTrader, so they will look native.
When an order on Futures is executed, the position is opened, and it is also shown as a horizontal line on the chart. This means that all the main trading activity of the client is shown on the chart, providing a clear and easy-to-follow representation of the trading process.