In the Aurox Terminal, you can tailor the workspace to your individual trading needs.

All charts, indicators, orders, trades, and other important information can be easily split into separate tabs all within the same application. Every connected centralized exchange and wallet is accessible from the same window. Links to social media accounts, websites, and educational articles are also never too far away.


Charts, indicators, and other key data for a trading pair are arranged in an individual tab.

You can create any number of tabs at any time. Switching between tabs is as easy as in a regular web browser. The favicon-like small icon signifies the exchange for the trading pair. The title of the tab displays live quotes, helping to monitor the price without navigating to different tabs. The preview for hidden tabs can also offer a quick summary of the prices for those pairs.

Account or Wallet Selector

With the Aurox Terminal, you can switch between all your connected accounts and wallets in a few clicks.

For centralized exchanges linked via API, you can select the connected account by clicking the connect account button in the top right section. If you have multiple accounts connected, you can select the account by clicking the dropdown on the account selector to switch between them. To help distinguish between multiple accounts and sub-accounts on the same exchange you can define the names of the account.

For decentralized exchanges, you can select the connected wallet. This works similarly to connecting a wallet to a dApp. However, once you’ve connected a wallet to the Aurox Terminal, you don’t need to manually re-connect and sign the transaction.


Any successful trader needs access to reliable and informative charts — and the Aurox Terminal provides a wealth of options for representative market data visually.

The layout with multi-charts allows traders to track up to four charts simultaneously, helping to spot trends and patterns. Alternatively, several charts can show market data for the same asset on different exchanges or in different timeframes (such as hourly and daily). This flexible layout is essential for any trader who wants to stay ahead of the competition and make profitable trades.

Market depth charts provide a visual representation of the order book for a given asset. This gives an overview of where other traders place orders, sometimes erecting buy or sell walls. These charts can be used to track changes in the market depth over time, and can also be used to make predictions about future price movements.

Prices for the same asset can often diverge drastically across different trading pairs and exchanges.

The Aurox terminal’s search function enables traders to quickly find trading pairs on centralized and decentralized exchanges. The spotlight results immediately display prices, trading volume, and price change for different pairs.

Trading Stance

View your positions, active orders, trade history and recent market trades all from the Trading Stance

From here, you can view all of your past and present orders, including those that have been filled. This information can be helpful in tracking your progress and making future trading decisions.

Trade history also specifically shows trades, regardless of how orders were filled. Whereas recent trades displays live trades executed by you or others for the specific token.

You can further filter the trades based on specific information such as value, type and price.

Market Overview and Watchlist

The market overview provides a quick summary of prices, volumes, and performance for a particular asset. From this view, you can easily navigate to other trading assets and market platforms or quickly place a new order.

The watchlist is another useful widget for following the market. It is essentially a list of all the different types of assets that you might want to keep an eye on.

Having a watchlist can help you stay up-to-date on changes in the market and make more informed trades. To create your own watchlist, you can use the built-in scanners and search features. Alternatively, you can manually add any assets to the watchlist.


For each trading pair, you can easily navigate to the base token’s website, Reddit community, Twitter, and other websites of the project.

Monitoring social media profiles could be useful for finding new trade ideas or at least identifying the recent price movements. Clicking verified links directly in the terminal also minimizes the risk of accidentally landing in a fake account or spoofed website.


Alerts are a key tool for traders who want to stay on top of the market.

By selecting various criteria, operations, data sources, targets, and time intervals, traders can create alerts that suit their needs. For example, alerts can be set up to notify of changes in price, volume, or other indicators. They can also be used to monitor price action in reaction to news or economic releases. Alerts provide traders with the information they need to make informed decisions about when to buy or sell.

When used in conjunction with scanners, alerts can help traders take advantage of sudden market moves.


Notifications are similar to alerts. They provide less critical information and can be more easily dismissed. However, they are still useful for keeping track of important events such as when an order is completed.

Notifications can be accessed by tapping the bell icon. From there, you can see all of your notifications and dismiss them if necessary. You can also adjust your notification settings from this menu.

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