I totally understand the hate for binance, i myself have had a love hate relationship with the exchange over the last year or so.
The trouble is dispite the Binance leadership using underhand method to progress their platform, the exchange itself is very user friendly and a pleasure to work with.
After using the Beta version of NASH yesterday for testing, i am happy with the way NASH exchange is progressing… but there are A LOT of features Binance has that NASH does not have at the moment.
I know its beta and much will change and get added as progress continues as the dev team works on NASH but that doesnt change the fact people that are currently using Binance will have a very hard time finding the want within themselves to switch over and use NASH.
There are so many features that NASH will have to build into our exchange if they want to pull people over from Binance.
I myself will stake nex and use the exchange for sure and i have no doubt that NASH will succeed in the long run and pull people from existing exchanges and people also new to crypto … but please please dev team you need to blatantly copy over all the features that make trading easy and enjoyable. The beta testers thread had almost all the features needed suggested so i wont list them all here, just hoping they will be implemented as time goes on before launch.
As slick and fresh and safe and secure as NASH is, Binance is still much nicer to trade with due to the shear amount of options, indicators, tools, and layout ect.
Nash feels clunky and lacking tools, and before people batter me with “its only beta” yes i know and i fully expect these issues to be remedied, but that shouldnt change the fact we need to openly discuss them in an adult manor.
Binance is slightly underhand with its tactics but it doesnt change the fact thier user experience is, in my humble opinion, still better to date.
Would be nice to get a discussion going, on what features you would like to see in NASH that other exchanges have already implemented…
With all that said i would still like to congratulate the Dev team here, they have done a wonderful job, and I’m super excited where NASH will be in 6-12 months down the road. More than a solid start, lets just get the additional features in there and man… it’ll be a superb user experience.
Weldone, really. top job.