Market Price orders - effectiveness of execution (follow-up)

Continuing the discussion from Market Price orders - effectiveness of execution (observation):

Stacks address:
{STZCFP3486BF968TPQ3H6DBRK70YKKSAW39CVBTT} testnet

Descriptions:

Here are the details of today’s tests of the effectiveness of ‘Market Price’ trades:

  • I tested on a more powerful and more stable laptop
  • I used two different browsers (Chrome, Mozilla)
  • I increased the number of trades to 15 buy and 15 sell orders for each cryptocurrency pair;

A total of 90 orders on each browser (180 orders in total).

I would also add that Orderbook’s order cancellation occurred despite the ‘Market Buy / Sell Order Created’ message appearing (screenshot)

Screenshot:

Market_Buy_Order_Created

The final summary is identical for each browser (below):

Tables:

Chrome 106.0.5249.91 Buy (failled / total) Sell (failled / total) Efficiency
STX / xUSD 5 / 15 2 / 15 76,67%
ALEX / xUSD 2 / 15 3 / 15 83,33%
xBTC / xUSD 0 / 15 4 / 15 86,67%
Total: 7 / 45 9 / 45 82,22%
Mozilla 105.0.01 Buy (failled / total) Sell (failled / total) Efficiency
STX / xUSD 4 / 15 2 / 15 80,00%
ALEX / xUSD 3 / 15 2 / 15 83,33%
xBTC / xUSD 0 / 15 5 / 15 83,33%
Total: 7 / 45 9 / 45 82,22%

Discord ID:
mike_bear_1.btc#8434

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Do you mean the browser issue will cause false order canceling?

I’m not sure what the cause of this is :thinking:
I have no evidence that a particular browser is the reason.
Therefore, I decided to test it on two different browsers.

But recently, Werner.btc did an even more in-depth analysis of such cases

I appreciate his insight :+1:

Think the order cancellation is due to the design of Market Order (as I explained here: Market Price orders - effectiveness of execution (observation) - update 30.09 - #10 by fiftyeightandeight),

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