Cryptopia | Cancel Orders | Cryptocurrency Exchange | Cryptocurrency Trading

New Zealand-based cryptocurrency exchange, Cryptopia haven’t had a great start of the year, with two hack attacks and their subsequent investigations hindering business since January. The Exchange now gears up for a re-launch, including some new features.  

As per an announcement made on 11 March, Cryptopia adds a novel feature that will allow the users to cancel orders. A Tweet from the exchange stated that in their effort of re-launching the platform, they have also enabled the cancellation feature. Here’s the Tweet: 

Another Tweet followed this announcement that states that the users will be given the option to cancel all orders in one go. The users could cancel i.e. remove all buy or sell orders that are still open on the system from January 14. Understanding the price fluctuations of the cryptocurrencies, this particular feature can aid the users hugely. 

This opportunity to cancel orders is a prerequisite for the exchange to avoid the sale of any cryptocurrency below its current price.

At the start of this month, Cryptopia relaunched its website and resumed user balances as per their pre-hacked balances. The users were asked to reset passwords and 2FA credentials. The exchange has been praised by its users for maintaining transparency after the hacking episodes in January. However, some users aren’t satisfied with the exchange’s efforts towards the situation. 

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