Trader Profile

The trader profile page provides comprehensive statistics, including trading frequency, profit performance, and a detailed transaction history, enabling a thorough analysis of the trader's trading act


A Trader Profile is automatically generated for each wallet address engaged in trades on the perpetual DEX protocol. Access to a trader profile can be done through Trader Explorer, Leaderboard, or by pasting the wallet address if traders have opened interest in Polynomial, Kwenta, or GMX. An on-chain trader profile on Copin encompasses seven components

[1] - Percentile Ranking Radar Chart

[2] - The PnL profit fluctuation chart

[3] - Current Open Positions

[4] - Token preference

[5] - Stats

[6] - Trading frequency

[7] - Transaction history

1. Percentile Ranking Radar Chart

An encompassing overview of their trading style is evaluated based on the following criteria

  • High Avg ROI

  • High Avg Volume

  • High Win Rate

  • Low Max Drawdown

  • Frequently Trade

  • Quickly Settled

In addition to the default radar chart featuring the six fields mentioned above, the option to customize the radar chart according to one's preferences is available by altering other parameters, such as High PnL, High Max ROI, Low Leverage, High Profit Rate, High PnL ratio, and Low Overtrading.

Compare / Find similar traders

The 'Compare & Find Similar Traders' feature on Copin Analyzer is a key tool in enhancing copytrading strategies. It enables users to analyze and learn from a variety of successful trading styles, fostering the development of refined and innovative trading tactics, including Reverse Copy trading. This feature is essential for deepening market understanding and broadening strategic horizons in trading.

Compare Traders

Engage in an in-depth analysis by visually comparing the trading strategies, performance metrics, and risk management techniques of two traders using dual radar charts. This comparison includes a side-by-side evaluation of direct balance, last trade, runtime, and market approaches. To initiate the comparison feature, select a trader based on criteria through one of the following methods:

  • Address Search

  • Favorites List Selection

  • Ongoing Copytrade Traders List

More than that, Copin has also added the Percentile Ranking Comparison tool which allows for refined evaluation of traders based on their percentile rankings, enhancing trading analysis by pinpointing those who meet specific performance benchmarks.

Find Similar Traders (Premium)

To enhance the trading experience, 'Find Similar Traders' feature is designed for users to connect with traders whose strategies and styles complement their chosen ones. Access to this customized tool is available if you upgrade to Premium Account.

2. The PnL profit fluctuation chart

The PnL Profit Fluctuation Chart offers a graphical representation of a trader's profit and loss variations over different time frames. This feature aids in evaluating a trader's consistency in generating profits and the volatility of their trading strategy. Users can choose between a line or bar chart for data visualization.

Accompanying this chart are key trader details:

  • Balances: Displays the current balance of the trader.

  • Last Trade: Indicates the trader's most recent trading order.

  • Runtime: Shows the length of time since the trader began activities on the protocol.

3. Opening position

The 'Opening Position' section displays the trader's currently active open positions. When a position is closed by the trader, it is then documented in the 'History' section for reference.

4. Token preference

Easily assess trading performance statistics by token, neatly aligned with a dynamic candlestick chart.

The left bar, 'Token Preference,' provides a detailed breakdown of the trader's activity and success rate across various trading pairs. It displays key metrics such as the number of executed trades, win rate percentage, traded volume, and profit or loss for a specific pair.

Users have the option to select a specific pair and zoom in on the Candlestick Chart for in-depth analysis. Easily toggle between multiple time frames (M5, M15, H1, H4, D1), and assess the trader's trading frequency along with entry and exit points.

5. Stats

Stats is a section that offers comprehensive statistics on a trader's performance, covering a range of key metrics across various time frames.

Users are enabled to fine-tune their evaluation of traders with the use of indicators, sorting options, and custom filters, ensuring alignment with individual trading styles and preferences.

6. Trading frequency

Part of Trading Frequency is the Heatmap that reveals the trading journey and consistency of traders upon exploration. It is designed to unfold the progression and regularity of a trader's market engagement.

Additionally, the trading frequency of a trader is classified into five distinct levels, each represented by progressively intense color hues on the Heatmap. The frequency and intensity of the trader's trading engagements are effectively illustrated through this visual representation, offering a clear and concise overview of their activity levels via color gradation.

7. Transaction history

The Transaction History of a trader highlights crucial details, including trade timestamps, entry prices, trade sizes, leverage utilization, and the associated Profit and Loss (PnL) for each trade.

This information provides a comprehensive overview of the trader's trading activities, enabling an in-depth analysis of their entry points, trade sizes, risk management through leverage, and overall profitability.

Position details

To view the detailed history of each position, simply click on the respective position of the order. The position's history includes relevant information such as entry points, exit points, profit/loss, duration, and any associated transactions.

1. The position's profit and loss (PNL)

The PNL movement history presents the historical evolution of PNL for the specific position. It allows for tracking the position's performance over time, observing fluctuations in its profitability, and gaining insights into its overall financial performance.

2. The history of the position

This section encompasses all trading orders associated with the position, including open, close, increase, decrease, and liquidated orders. The record offers a detailed overview of the position's lifecycle, highlighting specific actions taken during its existence. Reviewing this history facilitates a comprehensive analysis of the position's performance and management.


Initiate a new position through a trade.


Augment the volume (monetary amount) of an existing position, also known as order stuffing or dollar-cost averaging (DCA).


Reduce the volume (monetary amount) of an existing position, also termed as position lock or cutting off.

Modified Margin

Adjust the position margin by either increasing or decreasing it.


Conclude or exit the position, resulting in trade closure, inclusive of accrued profit and Return on Investment (ROI).


The position is automatically closed by the exchange or platform when it reaches a predefined threshold or experiences a margin call, leading to position liquidation.

3. Time Range Adjustment

When reviewing a trader's profile, user has the option to simulate potential outcomes by adjusting the holding period from 1 to 48 hours to assess optimal exit points.

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