If you’d like to take advantage of the fast order placement, navigate to the ‘Scaled Order’ tab in the ‘New Order’ section.
Let’s suppose that you decide to sell 0,01 BTC profitably, but the current market price is $5,200, and it doesn't satisfy you at all. You think that the price may go up to $5,700 opening a chance
for a perfect short position. You can enter into the short position gradually, by placing a set of scaled orders in a specific range. For example, if you believe that the price won’t go higher than $5,700, then you may be placing an order in $400 range, between $5,300 and $5,700.
The order distribution can be equal or unequal if you choose one of the following amounts
of distribution options: Uniform, Ascending, Descending. Moreover, you can set the ‘Order Count’ which specifies the number of orders that you will place.
Both ‘Amount Range’ and ‘Price Range’ settings allow you to randomize the order amount and the price range between each order. It’s important to note, that if you do not choose any of these settings, then your order will be distributed equally.