We’ve all heard of Robinhood, the popular retail trading app, which has for better or worse reshaped trading trends for the masses, including zero fee trading. The zero fee trading trend is spreading like wildfire among powerhouse exchanges looking to keep volume on their platforms–and traders are benefiting.
We have compiled a short list of zero fee crypto exchanges that are currently offering no fees for maker, taker, or both on spot and derivative markets for API and algorithmic traders using HaasOnline TradeServer Cloud.
It should also be noted that several exchanges including ones in this no fee list have their own tokens and/or VIP programs which can make trading on their platform free or nominal.
We’ve synced HaasOnline TradeServer stable release with BETA. You can upgrade by logging into your active HTS instance or by downloading a new copy from your haasonline.com account in the downloads section.
With the latest version of HaasOnline TradeServer there have been several pesky bug fixes and various other stability improvements. We have also resolved performance and stability issues with our price driver support for third-party exchange APIs, that include Bybit, Binance, and FTX.
With the latest version of HaasOnline TradeServer there have been several pesky bug fixes and various other stability improvements. We have also resolved performance and stability issues with our price driver support for third-party exchange APIs, that include Binance, Bybit, Deribit, FTX, Gemini, and KuCoin.
Exchange Driver Maintenance
Here’s a general overview of the fixes and improvements made to several exchange drivers.
Binance had adjustments to USDT markets and API optimization
Bybit had updates to USDT and inverse markets as well as API optimization
Deribit had improvements to margin positions
FTX API keys with read-only rights checks
Gemini driver upgraded
KuCoin 0% fee support
Correct name when cloning Order Bot & Trend Lines Bot
ZoneRecovery backtest between 2 time frames is now possible
Several CSS fixes to improve browser cross compatibility
As we continue to develop and innovate HaasScript, we include updates to commands, function, and new features. This update contains several updates to commands that improve reliability.
AmountStep() – This command returns an integer for the minimum allowed trade amount step for the market.
PriceStep() – This command returns an integer for the minimum allowed price step for the market.
GetOrderType() – This command returns an enum of the current main order type. This could be used to check if the proper order type is being used for a strategy.
GetHaasScriptVersion() – This command returns the HaasScript version number of a script. This could be useful when checking for compatibility.
Changes to HaasScript
GetPositionEnterPrice() & AverageEnterPrice() – These commands have been updated with the ability to output open entry prices.
Fixed inability to create command scripts
Fixed Delta/PercentageChange command
Visual HaasScript backup file compression changed (part 1 of 2)
With the introduction of cryptocurrencies, particularly Bitcoin, the financial sector has undergone an upheaval. New and interesting fintech products are springing up daily that allow traders to buy, sell, and trade, with massive improvements to trading efficiency with the right digital currency investments.
You’ve either been hearing the hype about Bitcoin (BTC) for years or like most of us suffer through the ups and downs, you might be looking to invest and protect current assets. You may be curious whether cryptocurrency trading operates like the conventional stock market or not, and what might be the best way to start day trading with cryptocurrencies.
We’ll quickly go over some of the basic topics in this article, as well as some fundamentals on how to trade Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, often referred to as altcoins. This is by no means an exhaustive guide to crypto day trading, but new traders will come away from this article versed in the basics.
Choosing the best cryptocurrency exchange platform is no small task. There are now more than 100 from which to choose; many of them aren’t available to everyone and, they all vary considerably in terms of features and functionality.
To help you choose the exchange that best suits your needs, let’s review the basics of how exchanges operate, their fundamental differences and why choosing the right one is important to investing success.