CSANI main client BET+ BET-


"CSANI main client BET+ BET-" is the base client app used for orders on the CSANI investing platform. After launching this base platform, we will see the “USD index” instrument graph, as well as a group of buttons and labels below it. Right under the graph on the right side there’s a label called “CREDIT”, next to which there’s a quota representing our current assets on the account.

We will illustrate the working of the platform by describing all of the navigation buttons placed at the bottom of the platform, hopefully making all the aspects of the CSANI platform clear for our clients:

The "Instrument" Button

This button is used to change the base instrument, which is the basis for setting the payments of our options. By default, the base instrument is the dollar index “USD index”, that we created and defined in the “about CSANI’ tab. An alternative instrument – activated by pressing the button “Instrument” – is the well known EUR/USD quote. This quote, much like all quotes of the component pairs of the “USD index” index – are set on the basis of three biggest forex market makers. The “Instrument” button can be clicked at any time while changing the base securities we offer. It’s possible we will make available base instruments based on EUR, GBP or asian currencies in the future. We’d like to do it, because we’re not great supporters of USD and we don’t like having to offer instruments depending on this currency exclusively. Adding another base instrument to the infrastructure is connected to a huge amount of data being sent to client platforms (and they’re already plentiful), so for now we won’t be adding more base instruments to our offer.

The “Stakes” Button

By acquiring ownership of any of the options we offer, the client can channel any sum of money into them, thereby making the options’ payment proportionally bigger, depending on the sum chosen. You can find out for yourself by clicking “Stakes” and watching how the possible payoff sums grow proportionally to the stakes on the right side of the graph.

“Option’s lasting time” button

Each of our options has a strictly specified time of execution. We don’t give our users the option to “shut down” an option before it’s time runs out. The user can set an option’s lasting time right before gaining ownership of it, by clicking the “option’s lasting time” button. We offer options ranging from 1 second to 10 minutes.

"How many possible payments" button

Each of the options we offer has a discrete structure of withdrawal – by gaining ownership of any of our options, we can only expect a finite number of possible payments when we launch it. The number of said payments can be regulated by the user by clicking the “How many possible payments” button. And so, we also have binary options in our offer. That means that now, when we acquire the CALL option (because we suspect the graph will “go up”), we either double the sum for which we bought the option, or we don’t “win” anything. We have in our offer a maximum of 22 possible payments. You can see all of the possible ones by clicking “How many possible payments”. For 3 or 4 payments, we visualize them on the right side, with vertical arrows, because it looks nicer that way. Different amounts of payments are visualized by adding their levels on the vertical axis of the graph.
For every possible amount of paymets realized by the option, there are levels displayed on the right side of the graph in real time. After exceeding those levels, the base instrument withdraws the amount offered by any given level. To put it simply: the option will payoff more when the base instrument leans toward the side we foresaw.

"Show graph" button

By default, the graph we display for the user has a set timescale, that makes one pixel on the screen the equivalent of 100ms of time. The scale can be changed by clicking “Show graph”. By clicking it, we set the appropriate units for each pixel of the screen width and see an increasingly distant history of the base instrument’s notings. Thanks to that, the user can take a good look at the historical notings, and based on that, maybe make his investing decisions easier.

"Exit" button

By clicking this button we’re leaving the app for good. If we currently own an option that’s yet to be executed, executing it will of course happen regardless if we had the client app currently turned on or off. The assets that the option pays out (if the result was beneficial) will of course be added to our account regardless of the client app being turned on or off at the moment.

"BUY CALL (up)" and "BUY PUT (down)" buttons

Having chosen the type of option (with the buttons described above) and the sum we want to spend on an option, by clicking the buttons we either gain ownership of the “CALL” or “PUT” option, depending which one of these interests us.
Due to the fact that we own the option instantly after clicking “BUY CALL (up)” or “BUY PUT (down)“, the “CREDIT” sum (that’s our current account balance) immediately gets reduced by the stakes we chose. When you press either the "BUY CALL (up)" or "BUY PUT (down)" buttons, the buttons in the above lines immediately become inactive, because you can’t change the type of option once you have bought it. The “Show graph” button remains active, though – during the “lifespan” of an option it is still possible to browse through the history of the base instrument. However, regardless of the history we’re looking at and how far back it goes when the option expires, the CSANI platform recalls a rescale of the time axis that shows the whole due course of the option to the user. At that same moment, the sum that the option “won” and (if it’s a non-zero sum) flashes for a short time on the screen on the label “WIN”. If we didn’t “win” anything, the label just displays “0” for a few seconds. After the “prize won” gets displayed for a few seconds, the account balance will be updated and raised by the “won” sum, and the previously inactive "BUY CALL (up)" and "BUY PUT (down)" buttons become active once again, ready to be used for manipulating and buying the “BET+” or “BET-“ options.

A fast double-click on the "BUY CALL (up)" or "BUY PUT (down)" button causes it to be permanently active and, other than acting the same way as it would if it was clicked only once, it acts as if we pressed the button again after the option’s lasting time finishes and the “prize” gets displayed for a few seconds. The option to “permanently” push the "BUY CALL (up)" and "BUY PUT (down)" buttons serves the convenience of speculators convinced that a base instrument’s trend will last, and wanting to invest in it numerous times.