The Digitex Futures user interface is, without doubt, one of our most distinguishing features. We’re extremely proud of how intuitive and easy to use it is and the fact that the trading ladder is the first in the crypto space. We’re thrilled with all the positive feedback that we have received from the start and with every new update we post on the testnet. So, here’s what to expect when the mainnet goes live.
Digitex Will Be Branded with Purple and Blue
We wanted to find out which UI color combination you liked the best for branding Digitex so we ran a Telegram poll. We asked you to choose between three color themes, our trademark Digitex purple and blue, classic red and green or the dramatic cyberpunk. While many of you like the industry-standard green and red (36%) and 18% voted for cyberpunk, the clear winner here is purple and blue at 46%.
We also asked how you felt about our new menu bar. Whether you liked the hover to open feature or you thought it was too distracting. Although the majority of you voted to keep it as is, as you can see from the poll, there are still enough of you who aren’t too keen on it (26%).
We want to make sure that everyone is happy so we will be working on a way to give you a customizable option whereby you can choose to hover or click. We won’t have this choice available for the mainnet as we have an upcoming code freeze this month in preparation for launch. Therefore, you can expect this menu bar to stay for now.
Code Freeze Coming Up in 2 Weeks
As Adam mentioned in his last AMA, we are coming up to a code freeze of the interface. This means that what you’re seeing in the testnet is almost mainnet-ready. Once we have made the final changes on the interface now that we’ve decided on the layout and theme, we won’t be making any more changes for a while. What you see right now is (almost) what you will get on the mainnet launch.
This code will then be strenuously tested and tested some more against DDoS attacks, hacks, and basically through multiple attempts to break it. After the mainnet launch, once all users are successfully onboarded, we’ll start to add in new features and updates once again. Keep in mind though that it’s likely that we’ll keep the same design for a few weeks after the product is launched. This will give the developers time to monitor and make sure the exchange is working to par before making upgrades.
If you’re not wild about the purple and blue, don’t worry, there will still be four different color options to choose from in the testnet and upon the mainnet launch as the UI is completely customizable to your own taste. These include a white theme on top of the three color schemes already mentioned.
One Step Closer to Launch
With so much chaos and uncertainty gripping the world and the markets right now, it can be hard to keep calm. But we would like to reassure you that the current carnage in the markets will have no effect on the Digitex product or mainnet launch. We are well-funded and focused and not worried about the token price. We would just like to say to everyone to stay safe, be sensible, and be well.
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