As of the publishing of this article, the following order types are available:
Limit - A limit order is an order to buy or sell a set amount of cryptocurrency or tokens at a specific or better price. A buy limit order can only be executed at the limit price or lower.
Limit IOC - IOC stands for Immediate Or Cancel. This is a limit order with the added condition that whatever can be filled immediately should be, and anything else should be cancelled.
Limit FOK -FOK stands for Fill Or Kill. This is a limit order with the added condition that the entire order should be filled completely or "killed", cancelling it immediately.
Market - A market order means to buy or sell an asset at the market price. Market price is determined as the best available price for the asset at the time the order is placed.
Stop Loss - A stop loss order is an order placed to sell a currency when it falls to a certain price. When the trigger price is reached, the stop-loss becomes a market order and sells at the current market price.
Stop Loss Limit - A stop loss limit order, or stop limit order, is similar to a stop loss order but when the trigger price is reached the order becomes a limit order instead of a market order
Trailing Stop Loss - A trailing stop is a stop order that can be set at a defined percentage away from a currency's current market price. An investor places a trailing stop for a long position below the security's current market price; for a short position, they set it above the current price.
Trailing Stop Loss Limit - A trailing stop limit order allows an investor to specify a limit on the maximum possible loss of an order, without setting a limit on the maximum possible gain.
This list will grow and change over the coming months, please check back as this page will be updated when applicable.