Bitcoin Leveraged Margin Trading
If you’ve ever used a Bitcoin exchange, you’ve probably heard of Bitcoin leveraged trading.
Leverage is very important like short selling in Bitcoin margin trading.
Leverage means leverage.
Leveraged trading methods are also used in real estate transactions.
When you currently have 100 million won in capital, when you want to purchase 200 million won real estate
It can be purchased by borrowing 100 million won from a bank or other financial institution.
By using the above leverage, you can use the same in Bitcoin margin trading.
Also, if you compare the time when leverage is used and when it is not
There is a huge difference in return on capital.
Without leverage / Bitcoin price doubles
If you invest 500,000 won, you will make a profit of 500,000 won.
The final amount will be 100 million won.
When leverage is used / Bitcoin price doubles
If you use 100x leverage and invest 500,000 won
Since you actually purchased 50 million won worth of Bitcoin, your profit will be 50 million won.
The final amount will be 500,000 won.
In general, leveraged trading is often done using Binance exchanges with high trading volume.
Up to 125x leverage is available on Binance Exchange.
Since spot trading alone is difficult to generate large profits, those who want high returns often trade in futures using leverage.
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Also, in the case of futures trading, fees are important
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