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BitMart Futures Trading Interface Guide



1. Future indicators

2. Type of order and order submission

(I). [Leverage]: BitMart offers a choice of multiple adjustable leverages, currently supporting 1-125x             leverage in both cross and isolated positions.

(II). [Order type]: BitMart supports two types of orders: limit order and market order.

(III). [Buy/Long]: Long refers to the investment operation performed by investors when judging that the   market price will increase in the future.

(IV). [Sell/Short]: Short refers to the operation performed by investors when judging that the future market price will fall.

(V). [Transfer]: For more information about how to transfer funding, please read >>> A Beginner’s Guide to Future Trading


3. Order book

(I). [Latest Transaction Price] is the price (8897, red) indicated by (1) in the figure, which shows the latest order price of the local market.

(II). [Index price] is the price indicated by (2) in the figure (8890 on the lower left, white), indicates the price of the stable index source selected for the currently traded commodity. It is usually a multi-stable index source rule, which is displayed after weighting.

(III). [Marking price (reasonable price)] is the price figure shown in (3) in the figure(8896.4 on the lower right, white), which is used as a reference for [unrealized profit and loss] calculation, and to determine whether the user's position is [forced liquidation].

4. Chart

5. Market information and risk limit
(I). [Source]: The perpetual contract index price is displayed here after weighting, you can click for details.

(II). [Contract size]: represents the valuation price of each (lot) contract.

(III). [Funding rate]: BitMart Perpetual Swap uses a funding rate mechanism to anchor market price to the spot price. This place is displayed as an estimate of the funding rate of the perpetual swap product in the next period. For more information about Funding Rate, please read >>> Funding Cost

(IV). [Max Leverage]: maximum leverage on current contract products. Depending on the current maturity of the commodity market, the maximum leverage of each perpetual contract product is also different.


5. Position Information
Position, Positions History, Current Orders, Orders History, Current Plan, History Plan, and Deal History and Assets.


ATTENTION: Cryptocurrency investment is subject to high market risk. Please make your investments cautiously. This is not investment advice, or an endorsement by BitMart as to the intrinsic value of a digital asset, or a commitment by BitMart team to support any specific asset/token that the announcement pertains to.


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