This is a legitimate question, since, aside from error, futures trading was mentioned as being in the pipeline.
But if we list the functions and improvements evoked as being in the pipe line since say a year, this gives vertigo
When I had access as a betator to reloaded, I had estimated the public release to September 2017 at the best, see for Christmas. Indeed, in my mind, I integrated the many functions promised or in all evoked as having to be part of Reloaded.
So I am a little "fell from my chair" during the public release of Reloaded in early April. So Darwinex chose to come out with a just functional version that would be completed over time.
What has 'saved' Darwinex from a discontent that could have been justified on the 'poverty' of Reloaded when it was released is the great work unanimously recognized on the fundamental algorytms.
As I like to say, if Darwinex was a sports car, the most important thing is to have the chassis and the engine, for the finish of the body, one can be patient.
Logically, one of the major advantages of a complete reconstruction seems to be Reloaded, it is to be able to integrate in the foundations the evolutions found in the pipeline, such as the trading on Futures.