The Free Market release is live
December release for EVE: Online is live and brings a number of changes and features, especially to trading oriented capsuleers.
New wallet UI
First off, there's the overhaul of the in-game wallet. Attractive new graphical representations of your income and expenditures will give a much-needed facelift to some of the oldest windows in the client. A reorganization of how your finances are presented will make it easier to track at a glance how your financial decisions are performing. It also brings all of EVE's major currencies into one interface.
The new HyperNet Relay feature has arrived to EVE Online! It's a new trade network allowing players to trade almost any item at any time, from anywhere and by anyone. Read more about it here.
The Council of Stellar Management saw this feature at the CSM Summit in September 2019 and you can now read the meeting minutes from this session online. The feature was near completion at that stage and CSM was primarily asked for feedback around the overall functionality and small changes that could be implemented before release.
Direct trade changes
It is now easier to see exactly what item is being traded. Ships within a proposed direct trade will now display their type name (eg. Raven) rather than their player-customized ship name (eg. Artryder's Raven) and once an ISK amount has been added to a trade offer, the amount of ISK in the trade offer cannot be reduced.
Jita construction works continue
By the way, keep an eye out for the ongoing upgrades to the Jita trade hub! That place is really beginning to look like a major commercial station should.
The full patch notes for this release can be found here.