Binance.US advanced trade quotes not display in real time.
Just recently, past few days, my Firefox desktop browser will not display real time quotes & trades for Binance.US. Microsoft Edge does display correctly. I then went to wife's computer and it has the same Firefox problem and the same correct display with Edge. I have deleted cookies, cache, & history to no correction. I opened Firefox in safe troubleshooting mode and the problem persists. Yahoo, Coindesk, & other sites quotes do display in real time; however, Binance.us will not in Firefox version 94.0.1.
Toggling security.csp.enable to false allows the real time updating. Just did a quick check; then put it back at true and real time updating did not work. Thank you for looking into this.Прочитайте этот ответ в контексте 👍 1
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Let me boot to Win 7 and try. Have you tried Firefox in Safe Mode?
Do you have the proxy on? see screenshot
Steps to replicate please. Do I have to login?
The home page data is working for me. see screenshot
The proxy was set to system; I changed it to No and restarted. No effect.
I have tried safe mode and that had no effect.
This worked last weekend, but not this weekend when I checked on Binance.us.
Once at the Binance.US website, go to the "Trade" drop down and choose "Advanced". No log in is required. The graph should show in real time (select 1 Min option to see quick changes). The green/red bars with prices, should show in real time also (you will see them flashing).
Weird that it is on 2 different computers with the same problem.
This is the page that no longer has real time updates.
I'm able to replicate the issue in Win 7 and I do see that it works in Chrome. Let me go back to Linux and see if works.
Toggling security.csp.enable to false allows the real time updating. Just did a quick check; then put it back at true and real time updating did not work. Thank you for looking into this.
Yep, that also worked me in Win 7/11 and Linux. Mark it as resolved get back to it.
Thank you jonz. I have found many articles about the problems of Firefox's CSP and that many have either turned it off or started using a Chrome based browser. I am hoping that Firefox will correct the issue; so that CSP can be used again. Until that time, I am switching to Edge, rather than permanently turning CSP off. I do not know much about CSP, but Microsoft has stated that Edge uses a "relaxed" version of CSP; whereas Firefox uses a "tight" version.
This is usually a problem with websockets not working properly.
- /questions/1331999 Live graphs in some websites have stopped auto updating
Thanks for the link cor-el. Hopefully there can be a fix for this soon. Seems as if the problem has been around for some time now.