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XMR, NEO & VET now live on Margin Trading!

Dear Traders,
Even more trading pairs are now live for Margin Trading.
Get up to 10x leverage on the following pairs with BTC and USDT: XMR, NEO & VET
Access margin trading at: https://hitbtc.com/margin
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@binance: #Binance Adds Margin Trading for @NEO_Blockchain NEO & @monero XMR https://t.co/nyMnrEIPPJ https://t.co/qFyxmBmfn9

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Kraken launches Monero trading: XMR/XBT, XMR/EUR, XMR/USD - margin soon!

Kraken launches Monero trading: XMXBT, XMEUR, XMUSD - margin soon! submitted by RogueSploit to btc [link] [comments]

Kraken | Monero (XMR) Margin Trading Now Available

Kraken | Monero (XMR) Margin Trading Now Available submitted by dEBRUYNE_1 to Monero [link] [comments]

Any Exchanges Offer Margin Trading or Futures for XMR/USD Pair?

Hi, anyone knows where can I trade XMUSD with margin?
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Margin Trading and P2P Lending available at Poloniex (2.5x Leverage) XRP, DASH, XMR, LTC

Margin Trading and P2P Lending available at Poloniex (2.5x Leverage) XRP, DASH, XMR, LTC submitted by chriswen to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

What other tools would you want to trade on margin Display XMR price move inverse to DJIA?

What other tools would you want to trade on margin Display XMR price move inverse to DJIA? submitted by farhunter to ProjectOblio [link] [comments]

margin trading for ZEC and XMR

when will be margin trading available for these two pairs?
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Kraken launches Monero trading: XMR/XBT, XMR/EUR, XMR/USD - margin soon!

Kraken launches Monero trading: XMXBT, XMEUR, XMUSD - margin soon! submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Margin traded and profited 5000+$, Binance are denying margin trading activities and not paying out USDT profit.

Firstly, I issued a ticket and sent my proof and claim to the Ticket support & Live chat support who are refusing to acknowledge my trades. I sent this twice.
I have had a 2.2x margin on XMR and profited during the latest rise in price. Yesterday when I exited my position I did not receive my USDT profit. For an unknown reason/technical glitch my margin trade history / order history is totally blank.
I have collected proof of the margin trading from other pages on Binance, such as interest dashboard of debt/equity ratio, interest rate payments, proof of borrowing and repaying the borrowed XMR together with a screenshot during my margin trading activity.
Binance are still denying that I have been involved in any type of margin trading activity, it's getting really ridiculous.
The support team are circumventing my questions and proof.
If I haven't been involved in margin trading, what have I been paying hourly interest on? Why do I have borrowing & repaying records of XMR if I haven't been involved in Margin trading? Why does my dashboard clearly show that I have in fact margin traded?
I don't know if this is a well thought out scam or the customer support being completely incompetent, either way it's very unsettling and I hope a supervisor can step in and help me resolve it.
I made some twitter posts with attached screenshots of all the evidence: https://twitter.com/FilipJansson19
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How to Buy More Monero Tokens With Existing XMR Tokens

How to Buy More Monero Tokens With Existing XMR Tokens submitted by coinmarketguru to xmrtrader [link] [comments]

Staking XMR?

I posted about this on Bitcoin but I'm curious if there are any sites that offer interest for XMR staking/interest. Kraken supports XMR spot and margin trading which is great but I'd like a place to sit my stack and watch it passively grow. I noticed they offer fiat and BTC off chain staking now but I'm not sure if they'll offer it for XMR anytime soon (They have some coming soon for other crypto but XMR wasn't listed). Any REPUTABLE sites that offer a way to monetize my stack without trading?
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New Platform FAQs (E-mails, Wallets, Trading Changes, Support, Pairs, etc)

[Welcome back E-mail’s]

-Where’s my e-mail?
The e-mails are still in the process of being sent. They’ve been going out in batches with more users reporting receiving e-mails everyday. Whitelist [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]) to avoid delays.

-I just got my e-mail, where are my coins?
Once you receive your e-mail you should do the three following things.
[1]Click the reset link in the e-mail and go set a new password allowing you to login.
[2]Click the area where it says wallets, with your current USD value in large letters (should be 0 USD initially). Create all the wallets there. Creating the wallets will start the transfer process from your old account. You will see “In-Audit Balance:” on these wallets after some time and a relog. It may take some time to update, don’t be alarmed.
[3]Complete Level 1 KYC as it is required for all accounts.

-What’s the overall progress?
There were roughly 500,000 accounts previously. Latest update from the CTO was “We are well past the half-way mark.”

-Why is it taking so long?
The e-mails are being rate limited and sent in batches. The route was taken due to sensitive account information in the e-mails. Because of this, a third party mail provider was not used. Third party mass mail services are typically white listed by common e-mail services allowing them to send a high volume of e-mails. Coss is now using their own mail servers which are at risk of being blacklisted by email services if they send too many e-mails too quickly (spam protection). Some community members involved in mass mailing have confirmed the rate Coss is using as being industry standard and appropriate. Other community members have disagreed and offered some alternative methods (some feasible, some not).
Official explanation:
"The emails continue to go out. Yes. I agree, this seems slow and I do understand your frustration. Please understand that sending mass email first of all, is risky. We do not want to blacklist our IPs or the coss.io domain name in any SPAM systems. The process to recover from this would take a great deal of time. Being in the SPAM reporting systems will risk important accounts, wallet and related emails not arriving to your inbox properly. If this happens it affects our overall reputation with you as our member, relying on email communication."

-Are certain users getting priority?
No users are getting priority. As it seems so far it is completely random. Alphabetical sort, account age, heavy coss supporters, location, kyc etc have all been ruled out so far by the spread of community members that received e-mails. Anti-coss, pro-coss, new and old accounts alike have all been receiving e-mails.
My personal experience: I have 2 accounts, one known to Coss team (primary account, funded), one not (rarely used, no funds). One account received the e-mail last week, the other 3 days ago. My kyc is processing and funds in audit currently on primary account.

[KYC and Account]

Is kyc required?
KYC is now required for all accounts. Level 1 KYC requires a government issued ID that has a picture on it. A driver’s license is acceptable.
[Lvl 1 KYC] Deposit and Withdrawal Crypto, Trade Crypto and Fiat
[Full KYC] Fiat withdrawal

How long does the kyc take?
KYC was said to typically take around 48 hours depending on the backlog. As I’ve seen a few users have reported completing kyc already. My personal experience is kyc pending for 8 days at this moment on my account.

[Changes to trading and platform]

How do I trade on this platform? What happened to limit orders? What’s the difference between ‘Trade’ and ‘Exchange’ tabs?
The exchange has been changed from a spot exchange (typical market, limit order against order book) to a derivatives exchange. As a derivatives exchange, margin orders are the primary function (longs/shorts using leverage) supplemented by an instant swap function that lets you trade one asset for another at current market price instantly (essentially a market order). With the heavy liquidity now added, instant swaps are available with little to no slippage on the price within reason.
If you expect price to rise on an asset:
Exchange - Deposit your base currency/coin and exchange/instant swap it for the asset you want. Once the asset goes up to your desired price, exchange back to your base currency/coin to have your profits. Alternatively you can hold onto it, withdrawing to private wallet if needed
Trade - Open a long position on the asset you think will rise. This will be the margin option with 1x-100x leverage. At higher leverage, if the price moves too far in the wrong direction (lower in this case), all the funds you opened a position with will be lost (liquidated). At 1x leverage there is no risk of losing the funds due to liquidation. If the price goes up as predicted you would close your position at the desired amount of profit in the quote asset (USD as of now). There are fields to set your price to take profits or stop losses to protect yourself when using leverage.
If you expect the price to decrease on an asset:
Exchange - Exchange/instant swap from the asset to base currency/coin. Once the price drops where you want to buy back in, swap back to the asset to increase your holdings. Alternatively you can keep the base asset and withdraw or start exchanging for something else.
Trade - Open a short position on the asset you think will decrease in price. Close the position at the desired level to take profits. There are fields to set your price to take profits or stop losses to protect yourself when using leverage.
Additional examples as explained by the team are included below:
“The TRADE option on COSS is margin positions. It is not a spot exchange.
You can long and short at 1-100x with USD.
Example 1:
The price of BTC is $1000 and you have 1 BTC on a derivatives exchange.
If you open a 1x short, and the price falls to $500, you will profit 100% in BTC and have 2 BTC. That’s where BTC is settlement currency.
Example 2:
You have 1 BTC balance in your COSS account, and the current price of BTC is $1000...
You’d swap to USD and enter a short position of $1000 (1x your account balance), your account will maintain its USD value of $1000 no matter which way the price moves.
Your profit or loss in BTC will show when you swap to it again using EXCHANGE option which will market buy it for you. Same amount of USD buys more BTC in the short scenario.
Example 3:
1x long is just holding the crypto in your wallet. Swap to USD to book profit.”

-Why are there only 11 pairs on the exchange all tied to USD?
Team response:
“These are the pairs possible almost instantly: https://xhub.trade/tickers/
Just waiting for the launch to roll out completely before we begin adding it all.
NANO, XMR, ATOM, FTM and more… all in there”.

-Why is X feature missing?
Features are being added, and changes made daily. The team is responding to feedback received, so if you have some feedback please send it using the form listed in your welcome e-mail.

-How do I contact support?
Support is now integrated into the exchange. It can be found on the left sidebar once logged in to the exchange. If you can’t login yet, inquiries regarding the e-mails have been answered above (the e-mails are still being sent, you may need to wait longer).

-These order books look fake, who is placing all these huge orders?
COSS has partnered with XHub, a liquidity provider. They are providing liquidity for all pairs. As the exchange now supports margin trading, there must be enough liquidity to support trading on leverage.

-What’s going on with FSA?
Currently COS holders will receive 100% of fees in FSA instead of the usual 50% until the new FSA dashboard is complete (going back to 50% at that time). There is no volume counter on the exchange presently, though one would assume there hasn’t been too much activity yet with the limited number of users over the last week. Your balances are accumulating FSA since the day of launch.

-Is the API released?
The API has not been released yet. It is being worked on and will be announced as soon as it’s ready.
From Team: “New COSS API docs will be available soon as well on coss.io/docs. Link is private for now.”

-Why is CoinMarketCap/Delta/Blockfolio/CoinGecko/etc showing 0 volume or the wrong prices.
Third party apps rely on the API to display their information. None of these services are working for Coss right now. Once the API is released, these services will be able to display the data again.

-Where are the rest of my alt coin wallets that I had on the old exchange?
From Team: "There are limited assets listed as of now. Altcoins which were previously listed will be reviewed and added back in some days. They will also be available to withdraw to private wallets."
Additionally in regards to trading alts available previously: "We will initiate a delisting procedure for some assets. A complete list of pairs and the withdrawal process for the same will be released at a later date."

[Pictures of all pages currently]

https://imgur.com/a/oG2SGgC
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Monero, the Most Private Cryptocurrency

Monero, the Most Private Cryptocurrency
Written by the CoinEx Institution, this series of jocular and easy to understand articles will show you everything you need to know about major cryptocurrencies, making you fully prepared before jumping into crypto!

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Monero, or XMR for short, is an open-source cryptocurrency that is safe, reliable, private, and untraceable. It can run on Windows, Mac, Linux, and FreeBSD, and is known as one of the most private cryptocurrencies. In 2018, Monero already ranked 10th in terms of trading volume, with its market value beyond 1 billion US dollars, an evidence for its great fame in this field.
By a special method in cryptography, Monero ensures that all transactions remain 100% irrelevant and untraceable. Perhaps after reading this article, you will understand why it is so special and popular in the increasingly transparent and traceable cryptocurrency circle (After all privacy comes first!).
In fact, many large cryptocurrencies in the world are not anonymous. All transactions on Bitcoin and Ethereum are made public and traceable, which means that anyone can eavesdrop on transactions flowing into and out of the wallet. That has given rise to a new type of cryptocurrency called “privacy currency”! These “privacy currencies” hide encrypted transactions by adopting specific types of passwords. One typical example is Monero, one of the largest privacy cryptocurrencies in the world.
Monero was created on April 18, 2014 under the name BitMonero, literally the combination of Bit (Bitcoin) and Monero (the “coin” in Esperanto). In five days, the community decided to change its name to Monero.
Interestingly, Monero’s creators valued personal privacy and tried to behave in a low-key manner with pseudonyms instead of the real names. It is said that the Monero major contributor’s nickname is “thankful for today”, yet this guy has gradually disappeared from public view as Monero developed day by day.
Unlike many cryptocurrencies derived from BTC, Monero is based on the CryptoNote protocol. It is also the first branch based on the Bytecoin of CryptoNote currency. Here is some information about Bytecoin: BCN, for short, is a decentralized cryptocurrency with a high degree of privacy; it has open-source codes that allow everyone to contribute to the development of the Bytecoin network; and the Bytecoin network provides global users with instant private transactions that are not traceable and at no additional cost.
Yet, as a branch of BCN, Monero outshines its parent in reputation by being different in two ways. First, Monero’s target block time was reduced from 120 seconds to 60 seconds; second, the issuance speed was cut by 50% (which reverted to 120-second residence later, with the issuance time maintained and the reward for each new block doubled). By the way, during the fork, the Monero developers also found a lot of low-quality codes and then refactored them. (That is exactly what geeks will do)
Monero’s modular code structure was also highly appreciated by Wladimir J. van der Laan, one of the core maintainers of Bitcoin.
Monero values privacy, decentralization and scalability, and there are significant algorithm differences in blockchain fuzzification, which sets it apart from its peers. How private is it? Here are more details.
1. Safe and reliable
For a decentralized cryptocurrency, decentralization means that its network is operated by users; transactions are confirmed by decentralized consensus and then recorded on the blockchain irrevocably. Monero needs no third party to guarantee the safety of funds;
2. Privacy protection
Monero confuses all transaction sources, amounts, and recipients through ring signatures, ring confidential transactions, and invisible addresses. Apart from all the advantages of a decentralized cryptocurrency, it is by no means inferior in safeguarding privacy;
3. Unable to track
The sender, the receiver and the transaction amount of all Monero transactions must be anonymous by default. The information on the Monero Blockchain cannot be matched with physical individuals or specific users, so there is no trace to track;
4. Scalable
Everyone knows that Bitcoin’sability to process transactions has always been limited by the scalability issue; as we have mentioned before in the introduction of Bitcoin, the block size of 1MB makes things difficult. But Monero’s developers have created a system that allows the network to process more transactions when needed; what’s more, Monero does not have any “pre-set” restrictions on block size.
Of course, this also means that some malicious miners may block the system with large blocks. To prevent this from happening, Monero has worked out countermeasures: the block reward penalty of the system.
On October 18, 2018, Monero’s latest hard fork changed the consensus mechanism algorithm to CrypotoNight V8. In this hard fork, it introduced the BulletProff bulletproof protocol, which can also effectively reduce the transaction fee of miners without disclosing transactions
It is said that Monero will issue about 18.4 million XMR in around 8 years. Moreover, it eclipses its counterparts in distribution — with no pre-mining or pre-sale, all block rewards will be left to miners by means of the POW mechanism.
Here is the reward scheme of Monero in two stages:
  1. Acceleration: mine 18132000 XMR before May 2022;
  2. Deceleration: Deceleration starts right after 18132000 XMR are mined, and there will be a reward of 0.6XMR for each block mined afterwards. In this way, the overall supply will be kept on a small scale and decelerated.
Monero is also excellent in its development concept that is designed to be anti-ASIC from the very beginning. Here is a brief introduction to ASIC (Special Application Integrated Circuit).
Due to the specificity of ASICs, specially designed ASICs can usually have much higher hashrate than general CPUs, GPUs, and even FPGAs — that makes hashrate excessively centralized and makes it vulnerable to the monopoly of single centralized institutions. Yet the cryptonight algorithm used by Monero allows most CPUs and even FPGAs to get involved and get mining rewards, instead of making GPU the only one that can efficiently mine.
In other words, Monero’s core development team will modify the consensus mechanism algorithm and have a hard fork after some time to ensure its strength against ASIC and the monopoly of hashrate.
However, although Monero has been designed against ASICs to avoid centralization, nearly 43% of its hashrate is still owned by 3 mining pools; in addition, it is not a BTC-based currency, making it even harder to introduce some elements. Of course, Monero is not that newbie-friendly, and thus has not been widely accepted.
Yet each cryptocurrency has its own features. As long as Monero keeps improving its privacy, it will definitely attract increasing followers. If you are interested in Monero, welcome to CoinEx for exchange or trade.

About CoinEx

As a global and professional cryptocurrency exchange service provider, CoinEx was founded in December 2017 with Bitmain-led investment and has obtained a legal license in Estonia. It is a subsidiary brand of the ViaBTC Group, which owns the fifth largest BTC mining pool, which is also the largest of BCH mining, in the world.
CoinEx supports perpetual contract, spot, margin trading and other derivatives trading, and its service reaches global users in nearly 100 countries/regions with various languages available, such as Chinese, English, Korean and Russian.
Website: https://www.coinex.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/coinexcom
Telegram: https://t.me/CoinExOfficialENG
Click here to register on CoinEx!
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Good news for all Poloniex Margin Traders

We've added 3 new USDT & 2 TRX margin trading pairs in the Poloniex.
You can now trade:
BCHSV/USDT
BCHABC/USDT
XMUSDT
TRX/BTC
TRX/USDT
on margin alongside 23 other pairs.
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Weekly Wrap 06/03

Market News
The cryptoasset market seems to have found the local floor of its correction following the retracement starting around mid February. For Bitcoin, the floor occurred on the 1st at a price of ~$8400 and for most other large coins it was reached at the end of February. Over the last week, top coins have been trading largely sideways with slight upward pressure. Bitcoin and Ethereum have posted gains of 3.35% and 1.1% respectively over the past 7 days.
This week saw two major regulatory developments regarding cryptoasset trading. In South Korea, the National Assembly voted unanimously to introduce a landmark bill to legalize and regulate cryptocurrency exchanges and trading. Meanwhile, India’s Supreme Court passed a ruling that overturned the Reserve Bank’s ban on the internal cryptocurrency market. Given South Korea’s unmatched per-capita appetite for cryptocurrency and India’s economic and demographic weight, both rulings will likely have the effect of significantly increasing the volume traded in the crypto market- as well as providing more safety and trust in the space.
Conventional wisdom and historical review suggests that both developments will put upward pressure on cryptocurrency prices. Such momentum has, of yet, been unrealized; likely overshadowed by the financial industry being gripped by traditional market collapses in the wake of the rapid spread of the Wuhan Coronavirus and an atmosphere of general economic uncertainty.
Industry News
Other News
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Weekly Wrap 06/03

Market News
The cryptoasset market seems to have found the local floor of its correction following the retracement starting around mid February. For Bitcoin, the floor occurred on the 1st at a price of ~$8400 and for most other large coins it was reached at the end of February. Over the last week, top coins have been trading largely sideways with slight upward pressure. Bitcoin and Ethereum have posted gains of 3.35% and 1.1% respectively over the past 7 days.
This week saw two major regulatory developments regarding cryptoasset trading. In South Korea, the National Assembly voted unanimously to introduce a landmark bill to legalize and regulate cryptocurrency exchanges and trading. Meanwhile, India’s Supreme Court passed a ruling that overturned the Reserve Bank’s ban on the internal cryptocurrency market. Given South Korea’s unmatched per-capita appetite for cryptocurrency and India’s economic and demographic weight, both rulings will likely have the effect of significantly increasing the volume traded in the crypto market- as well as providing more safety and trust in the space.
Conventional wisdom and historical review suggests that both developments will put upward pressure on cryptocurrency prices. Such momentum has, of yet, been unrealized; likely overshadowed by the financial industry being gripped by traditional market collapses in the wake of the rapid spread of the Wuhan Coronavirus and an atmosphere of general economic uncertainty.
Industry News
Other News
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Poloniex Support Number 1+ 888-780-0222 ------Aas#[email protected]#[email protected]!%$&

Once you have placed your offer, it becomes available for margin traders to use. Margin traders will consume lending offers starting with the lowest rate. If a lower rate becomes available after a margin trader's loan has been opened, the contract may be transferred to the lower rate. Remember, a loan can always be closed early by the taker, so be sure to offer competitive rates if you want the best chance of your offers being taken
We are excited to announce that we are spinning out from Circle into a new company, Polo Digital Assets, Ltd., with the backing of a major investment group. The spinout will free us to focus on the needs of global crypto traders with new features, assets and services. Our first new offer to Poloniex traders is that effective October 21, 2019, all spot trading fees will be reduced to 0% until the end of the year. Poloniex intends to continue beyond that with highly competitive and creative pricing models for traders.
Going forward, we have a multiyear plan to spend more than $100M to develop and expand Poloniex, and we are very excited to continue working with the amazing global community of Poloniex customers. The cryptocurrency revolution has just begun, and we’re in it for the long haul.
With the addition of margin trading, you now have three separate accounts in which you can store your deposited funds: exchange, margin, and lending. Your exchange account holds the funds you use for regular trading on the Exchange tab. Your margin account holds collateral used to secure loans used in margin trading. Your lending account holds funds you can loan to other users and earn interest on.
While the Poloniex team is spinning out, we continue to be very excited about the plans our Circle colleagues have to move forward and grow as a business without Poloniex. You can read more about the Circle plans in this blog post.
When you deposit funds, they first go to your exchange account. In order to margin trade, you will need to transfer some funds to your margin account at the Transfer Balances page. You may fund your margin account with any currency for which margin trading is enabled.
Margin trading is essentially trading with borrowed funds instead of your own. When you place a margin order, all of the money you are using is borrowed from other users offering their funds as peer-to-peer loans. The funds in your margin account are used only as collateral for these loans and to settle debts to lenders.
If you are new to margin trading, there are a few terms and concepts you may not be familiar with. Let's go over them by looking at the changes to the user interface.
When you borrow funds and make a trade, a position will open. If you buy, you are opening what is called a long position. If you sell, you are opening a short position. Note that as you continue to trade, your position may change; for example, if you open a short by selling 300 XMR, but then buy 600 XMR, your short will become a long. When you close your position, your loans are settled automatically. If you close your position at a profit, the profit will be credited to your margin account; if you close at a loss, the amounts needed to settle your loans will be deducted from your margin account.
A forced liquidation is when all or part of your positions are closed automatically to prevent further loss and ensure you do not default on your loans. Forced liquidations are executed using one or more market orders; as such, order book liquidity at the time of these orders will affect the extent of the losses you incur from the liquidation. Forced liquidations occur when your Current Margin dips below your Maintenance Margin. It is strongly advised that you check the markets and your open positions regularly, mitigating your risk as necessary by reducing the size of your positions or transferring additional collateral into your margin account. Markets can change very quickly, and no guarantee can be made that you will receive a Margin Call warning in time for you to prevent a forced liquidation.
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Poloniex Support Number (1+ 888)-780-0222 [email protected]#@$#@4

Once you have placed your offer, it becomes available for margin traders to use. Margin traders will consume lending offers starting with the lowest rate. If a lower rate becomes available after a margin trader's loan has been opened, the contract may be transferred to the lower rate. Remember, a loan can always be closed early by the taker, so be sure to offer competitive rates if you want the best chance of your offers being taken
We are excited to announce that we are spinning out from Circle into a new company, Polo Digital Assets, Ltd., with the backing of a major investment group. The spinout will free us to focus on the needs of global crypto traders with new features, assets and services. Our first new offer to Poloniex traders is that effective October 21, 2019, all spot trading fees will be reduced to 0% until the end of the year. Poloniex intends to continue beyond that with highly competitive and creative pricing models for traders.
Going forward, we have a multiyear plan to spend more than $100M to develop and expand Poloniex, and we are very excited to continue working with the amazing global community of Poloniex customers. The cryptocurrency revolution has just begun, and we’re in it for the long haul.
With the addition of margin trading, you now have three separate accounts in which you can store your deposited funds: exchange, margin, and lending. Your exchange account holds the funds you use for regular trading on the Exchange tab. Your margin account holds collateral used to secure loans used in margin trading. Your lending account holds funds you can loan to other users and earn interest on.
While the Poloniex team is spinning out, we continue to be very excited about the plans our Circle colleagues have to move forward and grow as a business without Poloniex. You can read more about the Circle plans in this blog post.
When you deposit funds, they first go to your exchange account. In order to margin trade, you will need to transfer some funds to your margin account at the Transfer Balances page. You may fund your margin account with any currency for which margin trading is enabled.
Margin trading is essentially trading with borrowed funds instead of your own. When you place a margin order, all of the money you are using is borrowed from other users offering their funds as peer-to-peer loans. The funds in your margin account are used only as collateral for these loans and to settle debts to lenders.
If you are new to margin trading, there are a few terms and concepts you may not be familiar with. Let's go over them by looking at the changes to the user interface.
When you borrow funds and make a trade, a position will open. If you buy, you are opening what is called a long position. If you sell, you are opening a short position. Note that as you continue to trade, your position may change; for example, if you open a short by selling 300 XMR, but then buy 600 XMR, your short will become a long. When you close your position, your loans are settled automatically. If you close your position at a profit, the profit will be credited to your margin account; if you close at a loss, the amounts needed to settle your loans will be deducted from your margin account.
A forced liquidation is when all or part of your positions are closed automatically to prevent further loss and ensure you do not default on your loans. Forced liquidations are executed using one or more market orders; as such, order book liquidity at the time of these orders will affect the extent of the losses you incur from the liquidation. Forced liquidations occur when your Current Margin dips below your Maintenance Margin. It is strongly advised that you check the markets and your open positions regularly, mitigating your risk as necessary by reducing the size of your positions or transferring additional collateral into your margin account. Markets can change very quickly, and no guarantee can be made that you will receive a Margin Call warning in time for you to prevent a forced liquidation.
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Poloniex Support Number 1+ 888-780-0222 [email protected]&%&ad&tb

When you borrow funds and make a trade, a position will open. If you buy, you are opening what is called a long position. If you sell, you are opening a short position. Note that as you continue to trade, your position may change; for example, if you open a short by selling 300 XMR, but then buy 600 XMR, your short will become a long. When you close your position, your loans are settled automatically. If you close your position at a profit, the profit will be credited to your margin account; if you close at a loss, the amounts needed to settle your loans will be deducted from your margin account.
A forced liquidation is when all or part of your positions are closed automatically to prevent further loss and ensure you do not default on your loans. Forced liquidations are executed using one or more market orders; as such, order book liquidity at the time of these orders will affect the extent of the losses you incur from the liquidation. Forced liquidations occur when your Current Margin dips below your Maintenance Margin. It is strongly advised that you check the markets and your open positions regularly, mitigating your risk as necessary by reducing the size of your positions or transferring additional collateral into your margin account. Markets can change very quickly, and no guarantee can be made that you will receive a Margin Call warning in time for you to prevent a forced liquidation.
Once you have placed your offer, it becomes available for margin traders to use. Margin traders will consume lending offers starting with the lowest rate. If a lower rate becomes available after a margin trader's loan has been opened, the contract may be transferred to the lower rate. Remember, a loan can always be closed early by the taker, so be sure to offer competitive rates if you want the best chance of your offers being taken
We are excited to announce that we are spinning out from Circle into a new company, Polo Digital Assets, Ltd., with the backing of a major investment group. The spinout will free us to focus on the needs of global crypto traders with new features, assets and services. Our first new offer to Poloniex traders is that effective October 21, 2019, all spot trading fees will be reduced to 0% until the end of the year. Poloniex intends to continue beyond that with highly competitive and creative pricing models for traders.
Going forward, we have a multiyear plan to spend more than $100M to develop and expand Poloniex, and we are very excited to continue working with the amazing global community of Poloniex customers. The cryptocurrency revolution has just begun, and we’re in it for the long haul.
With the addition of margin trading, you now have three separate accounts in which you can store your deposited funds: exchange, margin, and lending. Your exchange account holds the funds you use for regular trading on the Exchange tab. Your margin account holds collateral used to secure loans used in margin trading. Your lending account holds funds you can loan to other users and earn interest on.
While the Poloniex team is spinning out, we continue to be very excited about the plans our Circle colleagues have to move forward and grow as a business without Poloniex. You can read more about the Circle plans in this blog post.
When you deposit funds, they first go to your exchange account. In order to margin trade, you will need to transfer some funds to your margin account at the Transfer Balances page. You may fund your margin account with any currency for which margin trading is enabled.
Margin trading is essentially trading with borrowed funds instead of your own. When you place a margin order, all of the money you are using is borrowed from other users offering their funds as peer-to-peer loans. The funds in your margin account are used only as collateral for these loans and to settle debts to lenders.
If you are new to margin trading, there are a few terms and concepts you may not be familiar with. Let's go over them by looking at the changes to the user interface.
A forced liquidation is when all or part of your positions are closed automatically to prevent further loss and ensure you do not default on your loans. Forced liquidations are executed using one or more market orders; as such, order book liquidity at the time of these orders will affect the extent of the losses you incur from the liquidation. Forced liquidations occur when your Current Margin dips below your Maintenance Margin. It is strongly advised that you check the markets and your open positions regularly, mitigating your risk as necessary by reducing the size of your positions or transferring additional collateral into your margin account. Markets can change very quickly, and no guarantee can be made that you will receive a Margin Call warning in time for you to prevent a forced liquidation. Once you have placed your offer, it becomes available for margin traders to use. Margin traders will consume lending offers starting with the lowest rate. If a lower rate becomes available after a margin trader's loan has been opened, the contract may be transferred to the lower rate. Remember, a loan can always be closed early by the taker, so be sure to offer competitive rates if you want the best chance of your offers being taken
We are excited to announce that we are spinning out from Circle into a new company, Polo Digital Assets, Ltd., with the backing of a major investment group. The spinout will free us to focus on the needs of global crypto traders with new features, assets and services. Our first new offer to Poloniex traders is that effective October 21, 2019, all spot trading fees will be reduced to 0% until the end of the year.
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Margin trading is essentially trading with borrowed funds instead of your own. When you place a margin order, all of the money you are using is borrowed from other users offering their funds as peer-to-peer loans. The funds in your margin account are used only as collateral for these loans and to settle debts to lenders.
If you are new to margin trading, there are a few terms and concepts you may not be familiar with. Let's go over them by looking at the changes to the user interface.
When you borrow funds and make a trade, a position will open. If you buy, you are opening what is called a long position. If you sell, you are opening a short position. Note that as you continue to trade, your position may change; for example, if you open a short by selling 300 XMR, but then buy 600 XMR, your short will become a long. When you close your position, your loans are settled automatically. If you close your position at a profit, the profit will be credited to your margin account; if you close at a loss, the amounts needed to settle your loans will be deducted from your margin account.
A forced liquidation is when all or part of your positions are closed automatically to prevent further loss and ensure you do not default on your loans. Forced liquidations are executed using one or more market orders; as such, order book liquidity at the time of these orders will affect the extent of the losses you incur from the liquidation. Forced liquidations occur when your Current Margin dips below your Maintenance Margin. It is strongly advised that you check the markets and your open positions regularly, mitigating your risk as necessary by reducing the size of your positions or transferring additional collateral into your margin account. Markets can change very quickly, and no guarantee can be made that you will receive a Margin Call warning in time for you to prevent a forced liquidation.
Once you have placed your offer, it becomes available for margin traders to use. Margin traders will consume lending offers starting with the lowest rate. If a lower rate becomes available after a margin trader's loan has been opened, the contract may be transferred to the lower rate. Remember, a loan can always be closed early by the taker, so be sure to offer competitive rates if you want the best chance of your offers being taken
We are excited to announce that we are spinning out from Circle into a new company, Polo Digital Assets, Ltd., with the backing of a major investment group. The spinout will free us to focus on the needs of global crypto traders with new features, assets and services. Our first new offer to Poloniex traders is that effective October 21, 2019, all spot trading fees will be reduced to 0% until the end of the year. Poloniex intends to continue beyond that with highly competitive and creative pricing models for traders.
Going forward, we have a multiyear plan to spend more than $100M to develop and expand Poloniex, and we are very excited to continue working with the amazing global community of Poloniex customers. The cryptocurrency revolution has just begun, and we’re in it for the long haul.
With the addition of margin trading, you now have three separate accounts in which you can store your deposited funds: exchange, margin, and lending. Your exchange account holds the funds you use for regular trading on the Exchange tab. Your margin account holds collateral used to secure loans used in margin trading. Your lending account holds funds you can loan to other users and earn interest on.
While the Poloniex team is spinning out, we continue to be very excited about the plans our Circle colleagues have to move forward and grow as a business without Poloniex. You can read more about the Circle plans in this blog post.
When you deposit funds, they first go to your exchange account. In order to margin trade, you will need to transfer some funds to your margin account at the Transfer Balances page. You may fund your margin account with any currency for which margin trading is enabled.
Going forward, we have a multiyear plan to spend more than $100M to develop and expand Poloniex, and we are very excited to continue working with the amazing global community of Poloniex customers. The cryptocurrency revolution has just begun, and we’re in it for the long haul.
We are excited to announce that we are spinning out from Circle into a new company, Polo Digital Assets, Ltd., with the backing of a major investment group. The spinout will free us to focus on the needs of global crypto traders with new features, assets and services. Our first new offer to Poloniex traders is that effective October 21, 2019, all spot trading fees will be reduced to 0% until the end of the year. Poloniex intends to continue beyond that with highly competitive and creative pricing models for traders.
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Going forward, we have a multiyear plan to spend more than $100M to develop and expand Poloniex, and we are very excited to continue working with the amazing global community of Poloniex customers. The cryptocurrency revolution has just begun, and we’re in it for the long haul.
With the addition of margin trading, you now have three separate accounts in which you can store your deposited funds: exchange, margin, and lending. Your exchange account holds the funds you use for regular trading on the Exchange tab. Your margin account holds collateral used to secure loans used in margin trading. Your lending account holds funds you can loan to other users and earn interest on.
While the Poloniex team is spinning out, we continue to be very excited about the plans our Circle colleagues have to move forward and grow as a business without Poloniex. You can read more about the Circle plans in this blog post.
When you deposit funds, they first go to your exchange account. In order to margin trade, you will need to transfer some funds to your margin account at the Transfer Balances page. You may fund your margin account with any currency for which margin trading is enabled.
Going forward, we have a multiyear plan to spend more than $100M to develop and expand Poloniex, and we are very excited to continue working with the amazing global community of Poloniex customers. The cryptocurrency revolution has just begun, and we’re in it for the long haul.
We are excited to announce that we are spinning out from Circle into a new company, Polo Digital Assets, Ltd., with the backing of a major investment group. The spinout will free us to focus on the needs of global crypto traders with new features, assets and services. Our first new offer to Poloniex traders is that effective October 21, 2019, all spot trading fees will be reduced to 0% until the end of the year. Poloniex intends to continue beyond that with highly competitive and creative pricing models for traders.
Margin trading is essentially trading with borrowed funds instead of your own. When you place a margin order, all of the money you are using is borrowed from other users offering their funds as peer-to-peer loans. The funds in your margin account are used only as collateral for these loans and to settle debts to lenders.
If you are new to margin trading, there are a few terms and concepts you may not be familiar with. Let's go over them by looking at the changes to the user interface.
When you borrow funds and make a trade, a position will open. If you buy, you are opening what is called a long position. If you sell, you are opening a short position. Note that as you continue to trade, your position may change; for example, if you open a short by selling 300 XMR, but then buy 600 XMR, your short will become a long. When you close your position, your loans are settled automatically. If you close your position at a profit, the profit will be credited to your margin account; if you close at a loss, the amounts needed to settle your loans will be deducted from your margin account.
A forced liquidation is when all or part of your positions are closed automatically to prevent further loss and ensure you do not default on your loans. Forced liquidations are executed using one or more market orders; as such, order book liquidity at the time of these orders will affect the extent of the losses you incur from the liquidation. Forced liquidations occur when your Current Margin dips below your Maintenance Margin. It is strongly advised that you check the markets and your open positions regularly, mitigating your risk as necessary by reducing the size of your positions or transferring additional collateral into your margin account. Markets can change very quickly, and no guarantee can be made that you will receive a Margin Call warning in time for you to prevent a forced liquidation.
Once you have placed your offer, it becomes available for margin traders to use. Margin traders will consume lending offers starting with the lowest rate. If a lower rate becomes available after a margin trader's loan has been opened, the contract may be transferred to the lower rate. Remember, a loan can always be closed early by the taker, so be sure to offer competitive rates if you want the best chance of your offers being taken
We are excited to announce that we are spinning out from Circle into a new company, Polo Digital Assets, Ltd., with the backing of a major investment group. The spinout will free us to focus on the needs of global crypto traders with new features, assets and services. Our first new offer to Poloniex traders is that effective October 21, 2019, all spot trading fees will be reduced to 0% until the end of the year. Poloniex intends to continue beyond that with highly competitive and creative pricing models for traders.
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