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The Latest Digitex Development Report — Testing, Testing & More Testing!

Blockchain
Digitex Futures
• admin
August 9, 2019

While most of the northern hemisphere is enjoying their summer vacation, Smartdec continues to beaver away in Moscow. Our colleagues there are hard at work building the Digitex futures exchange. Right on time, they’ve now issued the fifth bi-weekly report on the Digitex development progress. Check out all the details below! 
During the last two weeks, the Smartdec team has been focused on the testing and further development of the Digitex Futures exchange engine, the technical specifications for the back office, and the specifications for the user interface. 

Rigorously Testing the Digitex Futures Exchange Engine

The majority of progress during the last two weeks has been in working to improve the exchange engine, testing and re-testing the individual features. Although it may not sound like the most exciting activity, it’s a critical part of the development process and ensures we have a clean, bug-free futures exchange at launch. 
Because market data doesn’t exist within the Ethereum blockchain environment, the exchange engine needs a source of pricing information. 
So, in the last two weeks, Smartdec has been working at implementing an oracle, which will import BTC/USD quotes into the system. The team is currently in the process of connecting the oracle, and soon, testing will be completed. 
Smartdec is using trading robots to simulate real-life trading, and development work on these is now completed. The team finished a back-test on these robots, and have implemented three different trading strategies, which will help to stress-test the exchange engine. They’ve also created a strategy for market-making, which is necessary to ensure liquidity. 
With security in mind, the exchange engine now also features two-factor authorization, which the team will put through testing. 
As mentioned in the previous report, the team have also been developing three libraries in different programming languages. These are now well underway and will also soon be ready for testing. 
Finally, there is now an API for broadcasting market data from the Digitex exchange, which will also need to undergo testing. 
Although rigorous testing still takes time, it’s a necessary process to catch any bugs or glitches before the exchange launches to live users. However, it’s excellent news that all these long-awaited features are now becoming a reality. 

Back Office Support System Integration

The last report referred to the setup of the back office, which is the part of the exchange that handles all user account management. If a trader needs to raise an issue, then they’ll open a support request which will be handled by an external system called ZenDesk. Smartdec is currently working through the options for integrating the Zendesk ticket processing system to the exchange.
Due to the size of our waitlist, we know we’re going to have a throng of traders online as soon as we launch. Therefore, it’s paramount that we ensure there’s a fast and efficient support system in place. SmartDec has been working closely with Adam to integrate a system that connects our support team directly to the exchange itself. 

User Interface Specifications

We want the user interface (UI) to be as intuitive and easy-to-use as possible, so traders can focus on what matters – trading. The Smartdec team are now working with a designer to develop the existing user interface. Together, they’ve selected a set of pages that need to be drawn and matched. 
Adam’s vision of a clear ladder trading platform is finally coming to fruition, with the specification now completed and given the stamp of approval by the man himself. Now, Smartdec can start working on implementing the ladder trading interface to the exchange functionality and UI. 
So, that’s it for now, but as you can see, Smartdec is making some serious headway in the development process. Although we don’t yet have a confirmed launch date, our latest Q&A with Digitex CMO Lidia Yadlos drops a pretty heavy hint that it’s tantalizingly close. If you haven’t already, check out her update with all the latest from Moscow! 

August 9, 2019
Blockchain
Digitex Futures

The Latest Digitex Development Report — Testing, Testing & More Testing!

admin
digite -futures development

While most of the northern hemisphere is enjoying their summer vacation, Smartdec continues to beaver away in Moscow. Our colleagues there are hard at work building the Digitex futures exchange. Right on time, they’ve now issued the fifth bi-weekly report on the Digitex development progress. Check out all the details below! 
During the last two weeks, the Smartdec team has been focused on the testing and further development of the Digitex Futures exchange engine, the technical specifications for the back office, and the specifications for the user interface. 

Rigorously Testing the Digitex Futures Exchange Engine

The majority of progress during the last two weeks has been in working to improve the exchange engine, testing and re-testing the individual features. Although it may not sound like the most exciting activity, it’s a critical part of the development process and ensures we have a clean, bug-free futures exchange at launch. 
Because market data doesn’t exist within the Ethereum blockchain environment, the exchange engine needs a source of pricing information. 
So, in the last two weeks, Smartdec has been working at implementing an oracle, which will import BTC/USD quotes into the system. The team is currently in the process of connecting the oracle, and soon, testing will be completed. 
Smartdec is using trading robots to simulate real-life trading, and development work on these is now completed. The team finished a back-test on these robots, and have implemented three different trading strategies, which will help to stress-test the exchange engine. They’ve also created a strategy for market-making, which is necessary to ensure liquidity. 
With security in mind, the exchange engine now also features two-factor authorization, which the team will put through testing. 
As mentioned in the previous report, the team have also been developing three libraries in different programming languages. These are now well underway and will also soon be ready for testing. 
Finally, there is now an API for broadcasting market data from the Digitex exchange, which will also need to undergo testing. 
Although rigorous testing still takes time, it’s a necessary process to catch any bugs or glitches before the exchange launches to live users. However, it’s excellent news that all these long-awaited features are now becoming a reality. 

Back Office Support System Integration

The last report referred to the setup of the back office, which is the part of the exchange that handles all user account management. If a trader needs to raise an issue, then they’ll open a support request which will be handled by an external system called ZenDesk. Smartdec is currently working through the options for integrating the Zendesk ticket processing system to the exchange.
Due to the size of our waitlist, we know we’re going to have a throng of traders online as soon as we launch. Therefore, it’s paramount that we ensure there’s a fast and efficient support system in place. SmartDec has been working closely with Adam to integrate a system that connects our support team directly to the exchange itself. 

User Interface Specifications

We want the user interface (UI) to be as intuitive and easy-to-use as possible, so traders can focus on what matters – trading. The Smartdec team are now working with a designer to develop the existing user interface. Together, they’ve selected a set of pages that need to be drawn and matched. 
Adam’s vision of a clear ladder trading platform is finally coming to fruition, with the specification now completed and given the stamp of approval by the man himself. Now, Smartdec can start working on implementing the ladder trading interface to the exchange functionality and UI. 
So, that’s it for now, but as you can see, Smartdec is making some serious headway in the development process. Although we don’t yet have a confirmed launch date, our latest Q&A with Digitex CMO Lidia Yadlos drops a pretty heavy hint that it’s tantalizingly close. If you haven’t already, check out her update with all the latest from Moscow! 

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A Basic Guide on How to Trade Futures

Digitex Futures
Trading
• Sarah Rothrie
August 1, 2019

There was a time, not too long ago, when the only way to learn how to trade futures was by throwing yourself into a trading pit and just doing it. But traders today have a much better chance of success right out of the box. Why? Because the power of the internet means that longtime traders have the platforms to share their experiences and help beginners learn to trade futures – and win. Armed with a solid futures market education, even the newest of newbies can quickly start buying and selling alongside the top futures traders. 
In this article, we’ll walk through the basics of futures contracts and why futures are an excellent option for profitable trading. We’ll also cover the various futures markets, the art of choosing a trading platform and strategy, the benefits of investing in futures, and the mistakes to avoid for profitable futures trading. 

Futures Market Education 101 – About Futures

At the most basic level, a futures contract is a simple agreement to trade an asset at a defined point in the future, for an agreed price. In the first instance, futures emerged as a means of hedging against price fluctuations in the commodities markets. The first futures contracts were based on the agricultural markets, enabling farmers and their buyers to fix prices for harvests before the growing season started and protect against later market fluctuations.
Although commodities markets are still used by traders wanting to hedge on price, modern futures markets rely heavily on speculators. Speculators don’t want to take custody of the underlying asset; instead, they trade on price fluctuations. 
The presence of speculators created the futures markets as they exist today, in which futures contracts cover all kinds of assets beyond commodities. Futures are traded against stocks, indices, foreign currencies, and most recently, cryptocurrencies. 
Futures trading use margin and leverage to enhance the opportunity for profits. By borrowing funds from a broker or an exchange, you can magnify the potential for profits, although it also increases the risk exposure if the markets go against your trade.
Available leverage can vary widely between markets. For example, in the stock markets, leverage is limited to 2x, while in forex markets, it can be significantly higher.  In cryptocurrency futures markets, you can trade with up to 100x leverage. 
If you can learn how to trade futures successfully, they offer fantastic opportunities to make big money compared to other financial products or derivatives. For example, when trading options, there is better loss protection because you pay an up-front premium on an option. However, while options may offer less risk, futures offer a far greater potential for profitability. 
So now that we know all the basics of futures, how do you decide which futures to trade? 

Markets Overview – Which Are the Best Futures to Trade? 

Obviously, deciding on the best futures to trade will depend on the trader. Choosing which markets you want to enter will mean you need to determine your risk appetite and your available resources for trading.  You’ll also need to think about how much time you have for trading each day, which includes time spent on market analysis and evaluation of your results. 
For the beginner individual investor, cryptocurrencies provide some of the best futures trading opportunities. A single BTC or ETH can be split down into tiny increments, so there are very low barriers to entry.
Digitex will be the world’s first commission-free futures trading platform, making it viable to adopt a strategy of scalping profits from multiple lower-value trades. Furthermore, crypto exchanges don’t rely on profit-siphoning brokers, although most of them with the sole exception of Digitex do charge fees. 
The cryptocurrency markets are volatile, which is bad news for long-term investors. But it’s fantastic news for short-term traders in futures contracts, who can use leverage to magnify gains from the volatility. 
Among the rest, forex futures also offer some comparable benefits to cryptocurrency futures, in that you can trade with high leverage and some currencies are volatile enough to provide significant gains. Stocks and indices tend to be far less volatile and offer lower leverage. 

Which is the Best Futures Trading Platform? 

Once you’ve decided which type of markets you want to trade, then the next step is deciding where to trade futures. Many finance websites regularly provide detailed futures trading systems review for all the major platforms. 
However, here are the major points to consider when choosing a futures trading system:

Availability of product

There’s no point in choosing a platform only to find out it doesn’t sell what you want to buy.

Fees and commissions

These will directly eat into your profits. So, the lower the fees, the better your chances of turning a profit. 

User interface

Especially for a beginner, it should be relatively intuitive and easy to use. More advanced traders may appreciate access to more charts and technical analysis tools.

Customer service 

If something goes wrong, or if you get locked out of your trading account, shoddy customer service is the difference between a good trading day and a terrible trading day. 

Security 

If the platform gets hacked, your funds may be at risk. Particularly in the cryptocurrency space, high-profile exchange hacks are all too common. Make sure your chosen exchange places the highest emphasis on fund security.
More often than not, choosing a trading platform means making a trade-off on one or more of these points. At Digitex, we are taking pride in building an exchange that excels on every single one of these criteria.
When Digitex launches, it will be the only free futures trading system where you don’t pay a per-trade commission. That alone puts it in pole position for becoming the best futures trading platform. 
But there’s lots more. Users will have access to our intuitive, one-click ladder trading interface. And we’re currently in the process of setting up a world-class back office to ensure that traders can focus on one thing – trading. 

How to Trade Futures Successfully – Mistakes to Avoid

We will soon publish a post on trading strategies and choosing the best futures trading system that goes into far more detail about specific approaches. So, until then, here are some general tips on how to day trade futures online. 

Failing to Manage Your Emotions

Trading psychology is a topic all by itself. But it’s a fact that if you don’t manage your emotions effectively, you run the risk that they’ll eventually get the better of you.
It’s natural to feel fear if you hear bad news about the markets or think it’s worth hanging onto a position to wring a few more dollars out of it. But basing trading decisions on these feelings is a sure-fire route to losing money.
To successfully day trade futures online, stick to your plan, and leave the emotions out of it. As you learn to trade futures will get easier with experience. 

Deviating from Your Plan

So you’ve created a plan, tested and tested again and now you’re on the live markets. A few losing trades in, and it’s inevitable that you’ll start to question your plan.
While it makes sense in some situations to revisit a plan, especially if new information comes in, don’t feel you need to deviate from a tried and tested plan just because the market has a wobble. If you’re confident that you’ve done your research and testing correctly, hold your nerve and stick to the plan. 

Not Protecting Yourself

If you’re trading longer-term then you should always have a stop-loss in place for every trade. Unless you’re superhuman, it’s impossible to monitor the markets at all times. Especially in the world of cryptocurrency, where trading goes on 24/7, often at a breakneck speed.
A stop-loss will mean that even if the markets perform unexpectedly, you won’t be stuck in a losing position while you’re asleep. But conversely, there’s also danger in taking your eye off the markets. 

Taking Your Eye off the Markets

Although you can’t possibly watch the markets 24/7, top futures traders always keep an eye on the big picture and stay abreast of the news. Make sure you hone your analytical skills, learn to read charts and use technical tools, and if you incorporate all of this into your trading plan, you’ll start to see more good days than bad ones. 
So hopefully, by now, you’ll feel you know enough of the basics to start planning your entry to the futures market! Being a full-time trader is demanding and it’s not always easy to develop futures trading strategies that work, but it’s incredibly rewarding. 
Only DGTX holders will be able to trade on the Digitex Futures exchange, as all trades will be denominated in DGTX tokens. You can buy tokens from one of our exchange partners, or via the Digitex Treasury. Buying from the Treasury is trustless and instant, meaning there’s no price slippage. 

August 1, 2019
Digitex Futures
Trading

A Basic Guide on How to Trade Futures

Sarah Rothrie
A Basic Guide on How to Trade Futures 2

There was a time, not too long ago, when the only way to learn how to trade futures was by throwing yourself into a trading pit and just doing it. But traders today have a much better chance of success right out of the box. Why? Because the power of the internet means that longtime traders have the platforms to share their experiences and help beginners learn to trade futures – and win. Armed with a solid futures market education, even the newest of newbies can quickly start buying and selling alongside the top futures traders. 
In this article, we’ll walk through the basics of futures contracts and why futures are an excellent option for profitable trading. We’ll also cover the various futures markets, the art of choosing a trading platform and strategy, the benefits of investing in futures, and the mistakes to avoid for profitable futures trading. 

Futures Market Education 101 – About Futures

At the most basic level, a futures contract is a simple agreement to trade an asset at a defined point in the future, for an agreed price. In the first instance, futures emerged as a means of hedging against price fluctuations in the commodities markets. The first futures contracts were based on the agricultural markets, enabling farmers and their buyers to fix prices for harvests before the growing season started and protect against later market fluctuations.
Although commodities markets are still used by traders wanting to hedge on price, modern futures markets rely heavily on speculators. Speculators don’t want to take custody of the underlying asset; instead, they trade on price fluctuations. 
The presence of speculators created the futures markets as they exist today, in which futures contracts cover all kinds of assets beyond commodities. Futures are traded against stocks, indices, foreign currencies, and most recently, cryptocurrencies. 
Futures trading use margin and leverage to enhance the opportunity for profits. By borrowing funds from a broker or an exchange, you can magnify the potential for profits, although it also increases the risk exposure if the markets go against your trade.
Available leverage can vary widely between markets. For example, in the stock markets, leverage is limited to 2x, while in forex markets, it can be significantly higher.  In cryptocurrency futures markets, you can trade with up to 100x leverage. 
If you can learn how to trade futures successfully, they offer fantastic opportunities to make big money compared to other financial products or derivatives. For example, when trading options, there is better loss protection because you pay an up-front premium on an option. However, while options may offer less risk, futures offer a far greater potential for profitability. 
So now that we know all the basics of futures, how do you decide which futures to trade? 

Markets Overview – Which Are the Best Futures to Trade? 

Obviously, deciding on the best futures to trade will depend on the trader. Choosing which markets you want to enter will mean you need to determine your risk appetite and your available resources for trading.  You’ll also need to think about how much time you have for trading each day, which includes time spent on market analysis and evaluation of your results. 
For the beginner individual investor, cryptocurrencies provide some of the best futures trading opportunities. A single BTC or ETH can be split down into tiny increments, so there are very low barriers to entry.
Digitex will be the world’s first commission-free futures trading platform, making it viable to adopt a strategy of scalping profits from multiple lower-value trades. Furthermore, crypto exchanges don’t rely on profit-siphoning brokers, although most of them with the sole exception of Digitex do charge fees. 
The cryptocurrency markets are volatile, which is bad news for long-term investors. But it’s fantastic news for short-term traders in futures contracts, who can use leverage to magnify gains from the volatility. 
Among the rest, forex futures also offer some comparable benefits to cryptocurrency futures, in that you can trade with high leverage and some currencies are volatile enough to provide significant gains. Stocks and indices tend to be far less volatile and offer lower leverage. 

Which is the Best Futures Trading Platform? 

Once you’ve decided which type of markets you want to trade, then the next step is deciding where to trade futures. Many finance websites regularly provide detailed futures trading systems review for all the major platforms. 
However, here are the major points to consider when choosing a futures trading system:

Availability of product

There’s no point in choosing a platform only to find out it doesn’t sell what you want to buy.

Fees and commissions

These will directly eat into your profits. So, the lower the fees, the better your chances of turning a profit. 

User interface

Especially for a beginner, it should be relatively intuitive and easy to use. More advanced traders may appreciate access to more charts and technical analysis tools.

Customer service 

If something goes wrong, or if you get locked out of your trading account, shoddy customer service is the difference between a good trading day and a terrible trading day. 

Security 

If the platform gets hacked, your funds may be at risk. Particularly in the cryptocurrency space, high-profile exchange hacks are all too common. Make sure your chosen exchange places the highest emphasis on fund security.
More often than not, choosing a trading platform means making a trade-off on one or more of these points. At Digitex, we are taking pride in building an exchange that excels on every single one of these criteria.
When Digitex launches, it will be the only free futures trading system where you don’t pay a per-trade commission. That alone puts it in pole position for becoming the best futures trading platform. 
But there’s lots more. Users will have access to our intuitive, one-click ladder trading interface. And we’re currently in the process of setting up a world-class back office to ensure that traders can focus on one thing – trading. 

How to Trade Futures Successfully – Mistakes to Avoid

We will soon publish a post on trading strategies and choosing the best futures trading system that goes into far more detail about specific approaches. So, until then, here are some general tips on how to day trade futures online. 

Failing to Manage Your Emotions

Trading psychology is a topic all by itself. But it’s a fact that if you don’t manage your emotions effectively, you run the risk that they’ll eventually get the better of you.
It’s natural to feel fear if you hear bad news about the markets or think it’s worth hanging onto a position to wring a few more dollars out of it. But basing trading decisions on these feelings is a sure-fire route to losing money.
To successfully day trade futures online, stick to your plan, and leave the emotions out of it. As you learn to trade futures will get easier with experience. 

Deviating from Your Plan

So you’ve created a plan, tested and tested again and now you’re on the live markets. A few losing trades in, and it’s inevitable that you’ll start to question your plan.
While it makes sense in some situations to revisit a plan, especially if new information comes in, don’t feel you need to deviate from a tried and tested plan just because the market has a wobble. If you’re confident that you’ve done your research and testing correctly, hold your nerve and stick to the plan. 

Not Protecting Yourself

If you’re trading longer-term then you should always have a stop-loss in place for every trade. Unless you’re superhuman, it’s impossible to monitor the markets at all times. Especially in the world of cryptocurrency, where trading goes on 24/7, often at a breakneck speed.
A stop-loss will mean that even if the markets perform unexpectedly, you won’t be stuck in a losing position while you’re asleep. But conversely, there’s also danger in taking your eye off the markets. 

Taking Your Eye off the Markets

Although you can’t possibly watch the markets 24/7, top futures traders always keep an eye on the big picture and stay abreast of the news. Make sure you hone your analytical skills, learn to read charts and use technical tools, and if you incorporate all of this into your trading plan, you’ll start to see more good days than bad ones. 
So hopefully, by now, you’ll feel you know enough of the basics to start planning your entry to the futures market! Being a full-time trader is demanding and it’s not always easy to develop futures trading strategies that work, but it’s incredibly rewarding. 
Only DGTX holders will be able to trade on the Digitex Futures exchange, as all trades will be denominated in DGTX tokens. You can buy tokens from one of our exchange partners, or via the Digitex Treasury. Buying from the Treasury is trustless and instant, meaning there’s no price slippage. 

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Digitex Futures Exchange Development Update

Blockchain
Digitex Futures
• Christina Comben
June 27, 2019

As usual, a lot has been going on at Digitex over the past two weeks since the initial SmartDec development report. Not only have we announced our plans of becoming a DAO but we’ve also put forward a token reallocation proposal to the community. And, of course, behind the scenes, SmartDec has been working hard.

SmartDec Development Status Report Number 2

As promised, SmartDec is producing bi-weekly reports (that means every other week, not twice a week, as some people understood) so that the community can see the work that they have been doing. These reports include what has been done so far and what’s going to be worked on over the coming weeks. You can check out their report by visiting the company blog.
As the report is technical in nature, here we break down some of the jargon into plain English for those less familiar with some of the terms used.

Digitex Futures Exchange Development Update 3
Digitex Futures exchange developers (left to right) — Evgeny Marchenko, Alexander Seleznev, Sergei Pavlin (SmartDec)

Working on the User Interface

As you know, when it comes to cryptocurrency trading, the user interface (UI) is critical. This is often where many decentralized exchanges and applications fall down. They fail to offer a seamless working interface that has a logical flow and allows traders to place bid and sell orders at lightning speed.
One of Digitex’s many selling points is its one-click ladder interface that allows traders to stay in the zone and keep their eyes on the price action as it moves up and down to the left and right of the ladder. As you know, this particular part of the exchange was built by our Dublin team and recreated by SmartDec with all vulnerabilities removed.
What SmartDec has been working on over the last two weeks in terms of UI is making it as simple as possible for users to sign up and open an account. This is vital when it comes to onboarding new traders.
How many times have you visited an exchange only to be put off by the unfriendly signup experience or complicated interface and processes?
SmartDec is ensuring that opening an account is seamless, that authorization is fast, and that there is a simple and robust password recovery system in place. Work on this will continue over the next two weeks.

Ensuring a Robust Futures Engine

Remember, our Dublin team already carried out an excellent job when it came to the order matching engine. Many times, it’s almost impossible to take someone else’s code and build it and make it run. 
What SmartDec has been doing when it comes to the futures engine is auditing it, removing vulnerabilities, ensuring that future development is easy, and the code is sustainable for the long term.
This has required the team to eliminate certain parts of the code and create new parts that remove the dependencies. The team will continue to work on this task over the coming weeks as well. However, they have already succeeded in optimizing the architecture and removing the redundant code.

Development Status Overall

SmartDec’s report provides greater technical detail about work they’re doing on involving the Postgres database, and other development elements. The team is already working on developing the specs they’ve been building–moving forward with the rest of the exchange development the way that they see fit.
Things are looking good. The team is working well together, and development is in the right hands. Thanks for your continued support!
Click here to learn about Digitex’s futures tick value list.

June 27, 2019
Blockchain
Digitex Futures

Digitex Futures Exchange Development Update

Christina Comben
digite -futures development

As usual, a lot has been going on at Digitex over the past two weeks since the initial SmartDec development report. Not only have we announced our plans of becoming a DAO but we’ve also put forward a token reallocation proposal to the community. And, of course, behind the scenes, SmartDec has been working hard.

SmartDec Development Status Report Number 2

As promised, SmartDec is producing bi-weekly reports (that means every other week, not twice a week, as some people understood) so that the community can see the work that they have been doing. These reports include what has been done so far and what’s going to be worked on over the coming weeks. You can check out their report by visiting the company blog.
As the report is technical in nature, here we break down some of the jargon into plain English for those less familiar with some of the terms used.

Digitex Futures Exchange Development Update 4
Digitex Futures exchange developers (left to right) — Evgeny Marchenko, Alexander Seleznev, Sergei Pavlin (SmartDec)

Working on the User Interface

As you know, when it comes to cryptocurrency trading, the user interface (UI) is critical. This is often where many decentralized exchanges and applications fall down. They fail to offer a seamless working interface that has a logical flow and allows traders to place bid and sell orders at lightning speed.
One of Digitex’s many selling points is its one-click ladder interface that allows traders to stay in the zone and keep their eyes on the price action as it moves up and down to the left and right of the ladder. As you know, this particular part of the exchange was built by our Dublin team and recreated by SmartDec with all vulnerabilities removed.
What SmartDec has been working on over the last two weeks in terms of UI is making it as simple as possible for users to sign up and open an account. This is vital when it comes to onboarding new traders.
How many times have you visited an exchange only to be put off by the unfriendly signup experience or complicated interface and processes?
SmartDec is ensuring that opening an account is seamless, that authorization is fast, and that there is a simple and robust password recovery system in place. Work on this will continue over the next two weeks.

Ensuring a Robust Futures Engine

Remember, our Dublin team already carried out an excellent job when it came to the order matching engine. Many times, it’s almost impossible to take someone else’s code and build it and make it run. 
What SmartDec has been doing when it comes to the futures engine is auditing it, removing vulnerabilities, ensuring that future development is easy, and the code is sustainable for the long term.
This has required the team to eliminate certain parts of the code and create new parts that remove the dependencies. The team will continue to work on this task over the coming weeks as well. However, they have already succeeded in optimizing the architecture and removing the redundant code.

Development Status Overall

SmartDec’s report provides greater technical detail about work they’re doing on involving the Postgres database, and other development elements. The team is already working on developing the specs they’ve been building–moving forward with the rest of the exchange development the way that they see fit.
Things are looking good. The team is working well together, and development is in the right hands. Thanks for your continued support!
Click here to learn about Digitex’s futures tick value list.

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