To get started, visit the OKEx website and register your own OKEx account.
Upload your identity document for verification.
Head to “Buy Crypto” and buy Bitcoin with credit cards, Apple Pay, or bank transfer, etc.
Choose the pair you want to buy ( Spot trading refers to exchanging a digital asset with another digital asset )
Look at the market price, choose the right price to place an order
Fill in price and quantity, then wait for market clinch a deal.
OKEx supports weekly, bi-weekly and quarterly contracts.
Order can only be placed when the account equity balance is larger than or equal to the margin.
User may open more or close position(s) anytime to take profit / stop loss.
Before starting your first trade, click “Activate Option Trading” . After completing the quiz, you can proceed to activate your Options Account.
Choose “call” or “put” option, and then select a contract with a suitable exercise price to buy or sell.
Fill in the price and quantity you want to trade on the trading page, and click “Buy” or “Sell” to place an order.
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Leverage is a common financial trading system. Through the margin system, traders can borrow debt for investment. When their trading funds are multiplied, their potential return will be multiplied as well. Likewise, their potential losses will be multiplied too. Whether they gain or loss in the end, the result will be multiplied according to the leverage level.
A participant on a blockchain network that communicates with other participants 【to ensure the security and integrity of the system.
When two or more computers are connected and share workload or resources without relying on a centralized sever.
The pseudonym of the creator or creators of the bitcoin protocol and whitepaper.
Trustless means that the user does not need to trust any third-party intermediaries. Users can use a trustless system or technology to process transactions safely and smoothly. Both parties can trade securely without relying on trusted third parties.
Verification is a transaction confirmation process. The transaction data is spread on the blockchain network and all nodes will verify the transaction through the consensus mechanism.