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Getting Started – Dashboard

Set up your Paradigm account using Web Dashboard. Manage members, RFQ settings, venues and more.

Dashboard

Desk Setup

1

Log in to your Paradigm Web Dashboard using your Paradigm login credentials

2

On the Desk Management Page and Profile tab, click the Create icon

3

Search for user names and set desired account levels from the drop-down menu for each member (Account level permissions are explained by hovering over the “?” icon, next to Account Type column)

Discovery and Product

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In this section you will see venues that are enabled for your account

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On the right hand side, click the three dots and “Edit”

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Add your desired Active Products for that venue

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Check the “Display Maker Rank” if you want to make you rank public

Note: You can still be discoverable and chose not to show your rank
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Save

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Toggle “Discoverability” on/off if you want these setting to be public

Counterparty Management

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This section shows a full directory of all counterparties on Paradigm

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Toggle “Status” on/off for the desired counterparty you want to approve

  1. When a counterparty is approved, you can open that trade channel in the Paradigm application.
  2. When a counterparty is turned off, any existing trade channels with that counterparty will be closed and cannot reopen.
Product Level Settings

RFQ Settings

1

To edit RFQ settings, select the RFQ tab within top header

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RFQ Settings (Maker)

  1. Toggle Maker Functionality on/off to allow your desk the ability to respond to RFQs
  2. Settings are on a product level. chosen from the drop-down menu
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Manual RFQ

  1. Edit RFQ settings separately for each product by using the Product dropdown. Select Edit for pop-out window to set Max Size and Execution Window for each product
  2. Use the Toggle functionality to enable/disable Manual RFQ at any time
*Currently Maker Functionality and Manual RFQ will toggle together.

Venue Account Credentials

1

Log into your Deribit account

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Go to My Account and click the API tab

3

Click Add a new key

4

In the pop-up window, the block trade field must be set to “read_write” while everything else can be personal preference

*Note: This is a new setting made available by Deribit, specifically for block trades. This key will not give us access to your account information. Instead, it only allows Paradigm the ability to submit block trades on a user's behalf.
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Click Add a new key

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On your Paradigm Dashboard, select Account tab under Product Management: Deribit

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Click "+"

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Enter a nickname for the Key. Input your Deribit API credentials (i.e. Access Key and Access Secret) you just created

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Click Add

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You can add multiple Deribit API keys to your Paradigm Dashboard, then toggle between keys for trading/clearing in that selected Deribit (sub)account

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On your Paradigm Dashboard, select Account tab under Product Manament: CME Group

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Click "+"

3

Enter a nickname for the specified clearing credentials. Input your Executing Firm# and Account Name

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You find a list of Clearing Firm #s here for reference, but please confirm with your Clearing Firm

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Ask your Clearing Firm to enable Paradigm as a ISV

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Once permissioned, will be able to see your avaible Trader IDs from the Clearing Account configuration

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In the Trader IDs tab, toggle on the Trader ID you want active

1

Log into your Bit.com account

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Go to API

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Click Create API

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In the form Bind IP address must be set to "No" and the "block trade" checkmark must be checked while everything else can be personal reference

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Click Create

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On your Paradigm Dashboard, select Account tab under Product Management: Bit.com

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Click "+"

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Enter a nickname for the Key. Input your Bit.com API credentials (i.e. Access Key and Access Secret) you just created

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Click Add

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You can add multiple Bit.com API keys to your Paradigm Dashboard, then toggle between keys for trading/clearing in that selected Bit.com (sub)account