Leveraged Trading

There are roughly two types of cryptocurrency trading (physical trading and leveraged trading).
Physical trading refers to normal trading, a way of trading at the current exchange price, a way of trading crypto assets within the funds you have.
On the other hand, leverage for leveraged trading is "leverage" when translated into America, just like the "principle of leverage" that pushes big things with a small force, in the case of crypto assets, it's a small amount of money. This means you can make a lot of trades.
In physical trading, you cannot buy more crypto assets than your own funds, but in leveraged trading, you can use margin as collateral to manage a certain amount of margin. Currently, crypto-asset transactions can reach twice the volume of individual transactions.

About Margin

Margin needs to be deposited in USD or crypto assets (BTC, ETH, XRP, LTC, BCH, LINK, DOT) prior to leveraged trading.

Insufficient USD Margin Balance

Insufficient USD margin balance
USD deposit margin balances as of 6:59 will be judged each morning at 7:00 am and clients with insufficient balances (minus the balance) will be notified via email and notification.
If it lasts for 6 days, including the day the balance shortage first occurs, all cryptocurrencies will be sold after 7:00 am on the 7th day and will be applied to the shortage.
However, cryptoassets that are less than the number of units traded for physical transactions will not be sold.