Orderbook

Help on using the Orderbook platform (www.orderbook.io)

Security and account protection

User contracts explained

Orderbook is a decentralised marketplace where users can operate with many different cryptocurrencies. It has an appropriate level of security. First, you should see the User contracts diagram .  All funds that user deposits to Orderbook website...

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 7 months ago

How to recover my account?

How to recover my account? Go to Orderbook’s main page. Click Log In. Click “recover” at the bottom of the pop-up window. Enter your email address. Follow the instructions sent to your email. If you do not receive an email from us, check your spam...

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 7 months ago

Recovery explained

Blockchain-secured password recovery It takes two keys to sign each Orderbook transaction. Users own the first key, and the platform owns the second. Requiring multiple signatures makes our platform difficult to hack. Hackers would need to steal...

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 7 months ago

How to trade safely

How to protect yourself from losing money Cryptocurrency market growth is accelerating rapidly. Physical money and investment foundations had most vulnerabilities detected and ironed-out during last hundred of years. And a majority of security...

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 7 months ago

Orderbook security features

Security of our platform is a key priority for us. That’s why we decided to make it decentralized. How does this affect the safety? Here is an explanation of important features that are provided to users to get an advantage in safety of storing...

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 7 months ago

How to report a bug or security vulnerability to Orderbook team?

How to do responsible disclosure and report bugs, sensitive or confidential information (including vulnerabilities) to Orderbook.  There are two options: • Please submit bugs that are not related to security to [email protected] or via...

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 7 months ago

Trading and token purchase

Wizard guide

Full token purchase walkthrough Signing up Identity verification Investor`s accreditation Submitting buy order 1. Signing up 1.1. On the ICO landing page scroll to the Orderbook widget and click "Contribute" button. If you already have an...

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 7 months ago

How to place a buy/sell order?

It's highly advised to use Google Chrome for better performance. Go to the Orderbook trading page. Choose your desired trading pair. Select an existing buy/sell order to match it. Enter the amount of tokens you want to buy/sell. You may prefer...

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 7 months ago

How to place a sell order?

Go to https://www.orderbook.io/#/trading/ Choose the needed trading pair.  Click on already existing buy order if you want your sell order to match with it and the amount of tokens you want to buy.  In case you want to set another price or there...

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 7 months ago

Invoice contracts

We are about to introduce new structure for investment where you don't need to stay on the widget to receive your tokens.

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 7 months ago

How to cancel an order?

Go to https://www.orderbook.io/#/trading/ . You will see your order in the lower right corner under "trade". To cancel, click on the 'X' located to the right of the order.

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 7 months ago

Trading process

Orderbook works with markets where you can create orders for a specific trade pair you want to exchange. Each market has its own rate and its own trade history. Trading fees An exchange between users happens through Sell and Buy orders. Sell and...

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 7 months ago

Orderbook fees explained

Deposit and withdrawal fees For internal operations, Orderbook uses Erc20 tokens to represent BTC, ETH and USD deposits. When a user deposits Bitcoin or Ether, Orderbook initiates conversion of these coins into Erc20 tokens. This takes up two...

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 7 months ago

Getting started

Orderbook in a nutshell

A brief Orderbook description and its functional features 1. What is Orderbook? Orderbook is a decentralized platform for trading tokens and currencies. Our focus is on security. This includes both legal security and when accessing your account....

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 7 months ago

How to start trading?

After we greeted you on board, the logical question would be — what to do next? What do I need to do first after registering on Orderbook? Here is a checklist of actions you need to take to finish onboarding: Email confirmation. You need to...

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 7 months ago

I’m new here. How do I use Orderbook?

Welcome to Orderbook — a smart contract-based trading platform. We also help projects raise money by launching public and private token sales. Orderbook has many unique features for you to explore. Let's take a look at a few! 1. Trading of...

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 7 months ago

How to start token purchase?

There are no strict rules for avoiding risky ICOs. Crypto assets are still new and unstable. Never put all your eggs in one basket. Diversifying your assets will help to diminish losses from hacks. The safest way to store funds is in a...

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 7 months ago

Terms and conditions

Terms and conditions list

Orderbook Privacy Policy - https://assets.orderbook.io/docs/privacy.pdf Orderbook Terms of service - https://assets.orderbook.io/docs/terms.pdf Orderbook Legal notices - https://blog.orderbook.io/category/notices/

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 7 months ago

Frequently Asked Questions

About Orderbook

About Orderbook 1. What is Orderbook? Orderbook is a smart contract-based platform for ICOs and trading. Often, users will want to perform trading operations. To do this, user contracts send funds to a smart contract used to purchase tokens....

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 7 months ago

Security and recovery

1. How to enable 2FA at Orderbook? Orderbook provides 2FA, and it is enabled by default. When you withdraw funds from Orderbook, you will need to confirm withdrawal using your email. 2FA is not required for checking your account balance or for...

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 6 months ago

Token purchase and trading

1. How can I make a purchase in cryptocurrency? You must log in to Orderbook to make purchases with cryptocurrency. You also need to complete your KYC verification. Once you have done that, follow these instructions: Choose the market and create a...

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 7 months ago

Identity verification & Accreditation

1. Do markets, widgets and deposits require verification? Do I have to go through it? Yes, we have implemented identity verification process on our platform. To use the full functionality of our site, you need to go through the process of...

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 7 months ago

Restricted Locations List

Orderbook presently does not serve customers in the following countries/regions/territories (ISO 3166 code included after country name for reference): AFGHANISTAN - AF BURUNDI - BI ALBANIA - AL CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC - CF REPUBLIC OF CONGO -...

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 7 months ago

Verification and accreditation

Investor's accreditation guide

For users located in a listed country: To purchase securities, please confirm your accredited investor status. You can find the requirements for each country in this list. For example: There are four verification methods available for US...

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 7 months ago

KYC verification with expired documents

Are your documents expired? We can still manually verify your identity. The following instructions apply to basically all countries. HOW TO VERIFY YOUR IDENTITY: You must verify your name, residential address, and date of birth. Please provide...

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 7 months ago

Why is identity verification important?

Some Orderbook features require you to provide us with identity information. This includes certain transfers of cryptocurrency and/or Fiat. By submitting your info, you verify that it is accurate and authentic. You also agree to update Orderbook,...

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 7 months ago

How to verify your identity

Comprehensive guide To pass verification: 1. Go here or to the ICO landing page. Register/login to your Orderbook account. Note: Please access using the latest version of Google Chrome. This ensures that all of Orderbook's features work...

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 7 months ago

Accredited investor status — why do I need it for buying securities?

We will answer the following questions in this article: Why do I need to be an accredited investor? How can I become an accredited investor? How do I qualify? What countries require accredited investor status verification to buy securities?    ...

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 7 months ago

Deposits and withdrawals

USD withdrawal guide

To withdraw your OUSD from Orderbook, follow these instructions: Go to the settings page  on Orderbook and enter your bank credentials. This will detail where to send your OUSD withdrawal. After filling all the details, press the save button. It...

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 7 months ago

I've sent funds to my Backup account, how to reach them?

Article tells how to reach funds if they were accidentally sent to user`s Backup address Decrypt your Wallet Container. The address you get will be different from your Contract and Deposit Addresses. You must withdraw tokens deposited to your...

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 7 months ago

Where is my withdrawal?

I've transferred my funds out of Orderbook, but they haven't arrived. To check your withdrawal: Verify that you have sent your funds to the appropriate service. The service must support transactions executed from your smart contract. More on this...

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 7 months ago

Where is my deposit?

I've deposited funds on Orderbook but they haven't arrived. To check your deposit: Go to the balance page and check your asset history. You may see that an incoming transaction is pending. Please stay on the site until the deposit has finished....

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 7 months ago

Fiat wire transfers FAQ

1. How can I deposit money into my account? At the moment, only USD wire transfers are supported on the platform. If you try to deposit a different currency, an additional fee will be charged to convert it to USD. 2. How long does it take to...

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 7 months ago

Accredited investor status verification requirements

Australia

Subsection 708(8) of the Corporations Act 2001 is found in Chapter 6D (Fundraising). It defines "sophisticated investor" so as to exclude them from certain disclosure requirements: ...

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 7 months ago

New Zealand

User needs to confirm Wholesale Investor status to purchase security tokens. s5 of the Securities Act (1978) defines a sophisticated investor in NZ for the purposes of subsection (2CC)(a), a person is wealthy if an independent chartered accountant...

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 7 months ago

Gibraltar

User needs to confirm Accredited Investor status to purchase security tokens. Requirements To meet the criteria of a "Accredited Investor" an investor must: an investor must meet one of the following criteria:any director, executive officer, or...

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 7 months ago

Hong Kong

User needs to confirm Sophisticated Professional Investor status to purchase security tokens. Requirements A sophisticated professional investor or high net-worth individual has one of the following: a portfolio of not less than HK $8,000,000...

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 7 months ago

Israel

User needs to confirm Qualified Investor status to purchase security tokens. Requirements A party is defined as an Accredited Investor if it is classified as at least one of the following: An authorized mutual fund as defined in the Joint...

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 7 months ago

Japan

User needs to confirm Qualified Investor status to purchase security tokens. Types of PPs Varies depending on the type of private placement. Three types of PP's: QII Private Placement: only QII investors can participate, no limit on # of...

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 7 months ago

Canada

User needs to confirm Accredited Investor status to purchase security tokens. An "Accredited Investor" (as defined in NI 45 106) is: Requirements An individual is defined as an Accredited Investor if he or she meets at least one of the following:...

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 7 months ago

EU and UK

Retail clients requesting treatment as 'elective' professional clients (as defined by Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID)) must satisfy at least two of the following quantitative criteria in assessing the client's expertise,...

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 7 months ago

Singapore

User needs to confirm Accredited Investor status to purchase security tokens. In Singapore, Accredited Investor is defined in Section 4A(1)(a) of the Securities and Futures Act (SFA), Chapter 289. [10] Requirements Individuals who meet one of the...

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 7 months ago

Switzerland

User needs to confirm Qualified Investor status to purchase security tokens. Requirements Article 10 of the Swiss Federal Collective Investment Schemes Act (CISA) requires an investor be one of the following: regulated financial intermediary such...

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 7 months ago

USA

As of September 23, 2013, Issuers of securities offered pursuant to Rule 506(c) of Regulation D are required to verify that all investors in the offering qualify as Accredited Investors. This verification requirement applies to all purchasers –...

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 7 months ago

Brazil

An "Accredited Investor" in Brazil is defined in the instruction 409, article 109 from the CVM (Comissão de Valores Mobiliários) [6] as: financial institutions; or insurance companies or capitalization societies; or private retirement funds; or...

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By Andrii Zamovsky

updated 7 months ago