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See the status of all your DCAP and update them as needed
To manage your DCA Plans (DCAP), go to the 2nd tab of the application. If this is not already done, connect you wallet with the top right button. You also have to select the network you want, as PandExchange will only show you your DCA Plans on the current connected network.
Once connected, you will be able to see all of your DCAP. As you can see below, the basic information of your DCAP are displayed, if you have previously created any. From left to right, you can immediately see the dates of each DCAP, the current and total number of occurrences, the amount of input token remaining to be exchanged, the exchanged pair of tokens and finally the network the DCAP is taking place on. On the last column, the "Execute DCA" button allows you to execute the next occurrence of your own DCAP, if the wait period for this occurrence is over. The interest of PandExchange is to let other users execute the occurrences for you so you do not have to do it, but if you want to do it yourself you can use this button, and the Validators fee will not be taken from your DCAP as you are doing it yourself. You are also able to retrieve any unused Validator's fee at any time, as explained below.
On the top left of the table, you can access a quick tutorial if needed. The top right button allow you to refresh the table in case any update you've made to your DCAP has not been registered yet.
Using the arrow on the left of a DCAP, you can expand it and access details for this DCAP, as shown below:
On the left side, you can see the details of your DCAP and update it if needed using the settings button. On the right side, you can see a graph of the actual exchanged price for each occurrence of your DCAP.
Below is the setting screens, where you can update the fee, either by increasing or decreasing it depending on what you need, update the slippage tolerance if needed and delete your DCA Plan. Deleting your DCA Plan send back all unexchanged input cryptocurrency as well as all the unused Validator fees.