CSANI NEON client platform

The investing platform “CSANI NEON client platform” doesn’t differ at all from the base investing platform (CSANI main client BET+ BET-), from a service and possibilities point of view. The only difference is the way the transaction and the money “prize” connected to it are visualized.
When purchasing either the “BET+” or “BET-“ option on the small panel with the “drums”, the drums start spinning. When the payout is being set, the drums stop spinning and a combination of icons settles in. This combination and the resulting payoff is an exact match to the amount related to the payment of an option.

Each “game” that’s a visualization of the option’s withdrawal during the setting of the option’s payout, chooses another combination of the drums from all the possibilities of combinations that give the exact same payoff. Each drum “game” has specific “drums” – that is the number of consecutive icons on each of the “drums” is constant and specific. When each drum spins, it displays the list of it’s icons from start to finish, and when it reaches the last one it displays the very first one on the list next. For each drum game like “CSANI NEON client platform” we hold a list of drum combinations for every possible payoff, that gives the drum game the withdrawals equal to the one gained from the option. You can get to know the method we use to choose the proper drum combination for each payout by reading this document.

The amount of the payment is set by the CSANI option itself, and the knowledge of how the “drums” will position themselves doesn’t introduce anything relevant to the withdrawal, but if you’re interested in the algorithm related to it, we advise you to read the above document.

The „CSANI NEON client platform” stands out from all the games we offer because the history graph of the base instrument, along with the structure of the payment seen on its left side, don’t scale in the same way it happens in our other platforms (that means in a way that allows seeing both the history of the base instrument and the structure of the payment), but the whole axis of the y-coordinates is scaled in a way, that makes the structure of the payment, visible on the right side, and possibly fill out the whole available vertical space.
As a result of this scaling, the whole history (visible to the extent the width of the screen allows it) is often invisible, but the structure of the payment on the right side doesn’t “jump” along with the changes of quoting the base instrument, making it more pleasant to the eye. The exception, when it comes to re-scaling the axis of y-coordinates, is the structure of the payment with one possible payment. Here, the axis of y-coordinates is scaled so, that the course “from below” the instrument is placed exactly in the middle of the vertical area taken by the graph, and the levels of the withdrawals of an option remain at about the 1/10 of the remaining vertical area on both sides.