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Information about trading cryptocurrency on the Exchange and Exchange Trading Pair Limit

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Written by Valery
Updated over a week ago

To trade cryptocurrency on the Exchange, you must first be at the Starter level or higher. 

  • Visit and select the Log In button (upper right-hand corner).

  • After you have logged in to your account, you will be able to make trades on the Exchange. 

  • Navigate to the Markets page on the top left of the navigation bar. 

  • Select the market you want to trade in. Navigate to the pair you want to trade in (e.g. CRO/USDT), and select Trade.

  • Navigate to the bottom right corner to find the Limit, Market, and Advanced order areas. Select the type of order you want to trade with and fill in the necessary fields.


A. The default price in the Limit order is the last price it was traded at.

B. If the market price of CRO/USDT is 0.1605 but you want to buy at 1.595, you can place a limit order. You can see it in the open orders if it is not fulfilled immediately. 

C. The percentages shown underneath refer to the proportion of one currency you have to purchase the other currency.

In the example below, I want to use 25% of my USDT holdings (882.30 USDT) at the price of 0.16 to generate a limit order scenario. This amounts to 5514.360 CRO. I can place a buy-limit order to create this order. Exchange Trading Pair Limit

The Daily Trading Limit is the maximum trading amount for a token across 24 hours. This limit applies to your Master and Sub accounts and is reset on a rolling basis. The final daily trading limit will be the lower of the base currency limit and notional USD limit. Visit this page to view the complete list of trading rules. places trading limits on trading pairs that are typically only listed on decentralized exchanges.

You will see this message if your order for a trading pair surpasses its limit:

"Your order exceeds the trading limit for this trading pair."

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