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Honey Framework 3.14

The Honey Framework is a powerful tool that allows users to program their own custom order types and trading strategies. It integrates directly into the bitfinex.com trading interface, providing users with a native experience.

We’re pleased to share the latest updates to the Honey Framework. For more on the Honey Framework, please refer to https://blog.bitfinex.com/tag/honey-framework/


  • Updated book modules to receive bulk updates over WebSocket
  • UI main infrastructure moved to bfx-hf-ui-core
  • Fixed correct labeling to order history, atomic orders and positions for derivatives*
  • Removed actions title from table heading
  • Removed sorting from actions table heading
  • Fixed long name in open strategy editor by replacing long text with ‘…’
  • Improved scrollbars
  • Addition of screen for application crashes
  • Fixed wrong API keys status in settings modal
  • Fixed logo position in Safari browser
  • Addition of pop-up explaining how to resume/cancel algo orders on restart when the application is about to close
  • Addition of help messages via tooltips on the Order Form checkboxes
  • Updated order history component to latest version of Microfinex UI
  • Fixed bug in trading stage that caused forever loading if two components had the same pair selected
  • Updated readme docs according to latest version of Honey Framework UI
  • Fixed text overlapping issue on remove strategy pop-up when texts are too long
  • Fixed app crash caused by missing bid/ask inputs before establishing Honey Framework connection
  • Addition of default configuration value in algo order pause info


  • Improved integration tests
  • Time-weighted average price (TWAP): Fixed remaining amount
  • TWAP: Fixed issue when algo traded against itself
  • Ping/pong: Fixed  bug related to min price = max price
  • Addition of support for funding candles in channel key parser


  • Addition of API endpoint that returns info if algo order pause info is shown on app restart
  • Updated endpoint with option for showing algo order pause info
  • Updated authentication arguments of manager on API credentials change for successful reconnect


  • Fixed WebSocket reconnecting issue

*The derivatives platform is provided by iFinex Financial Technologies Limited. References to Bitfinex Derivatives in this post are references to iFinex Financial Technologies Limited.

Fancy contributing to the project? Please open a pull request to https://github.com/bitfinexcom/bfx-hf-ui

Download the Honey Framework today: https://honey.bitfinex.com/