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Leverage and Position Limits
Leverage and Position Limits
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A risk limit is a risk management mechanism used to limit the risk of a trader's position. In a trading environment with large price fluctuations, a single trader who uses high leverage to hold a large position may bring huge losses through the position. This system uses the concept of dynamic leverage, that is, the maximum leverage that can be used when trading will change according to the value of the position held by the trader: the greater the value of the position held, the lower the maximum leverage that can be used. At the same time, the larger the leverage is, the smaller the position that can be opened.

BTCUSDT contract

lever

Maximum open position notional value (USDT)

101x~125x

300,000

76x~100x

450,000

51x~75x

2,000,000

31x~50x

3,500,000

21x~30x

20,000,000

11x~20x

30,000,000

6x~10x

40,000,000

5x

100,000,000

4x

200,000,000

3x

400,000,000

0x~2x

99,999,999,999

ETHUSDT contract

lever

Maximum open position notional value (USDT)

76x~100x

150,000

51x~75x

300,000

26x~50x

400,000

11x~20x

2,000,000

6x~10x

4,000,000

5x

10,000,000

4x

20,000,000

3x

40,000,000

0x~2x

99,999,999,999

LTC, LINK and other contracts

lever

Maximum open position notional value (USDT)

51x~75x

10,000

21x~50x

50,000

11x~20x

250,000

6x~10x

1,000,000

5x

2,000,000

4x

5,000,000

3x

10,000,000

0x~2x

99,999,999,999

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