Advanced Order Types in the Crypto.com Exchange include:
Stop-Loss Limit/Stop-Loss Market
Take-Profit Limit/Take-Profit Market
One-Cancels-The-Other Order (OCO) Limit/OCO Market
These order types are available for fully-funded Spot and Perpetual and Futures contracts trades. They are not available for Margin and Warrants trading.
Benefits of advanced order types include:
Managing loss or securing profits, no matter which direction the market heads.
Saving time by automatically entering or exiting the market.
How to Place Advanced Orders:
Stop-Loss, Take-Profit, and OCO orders are conditional orders. Balances are reserved only when the triggering conditions are met. This is when a conditional order becomes a live order and gets entered into the order book. If there is an insufficient balance when the conditional order is triggered, it may be canceled. Please ensure that you have sufficient asset and collateral balances in your account to support conditional orders.
Advanced order types can be found in the dropdown menu shown below:
Visit these articles for more information on specific advanced order types:
A Post-Only Order is placed if it is allowed to enter the order book. Should a user submit a Post-Only Order that would cross the book (i.e. a buy order that is higher than the last price), it will be canceled. This particular order type is useful if you only wish to pay maker fees.
Time In Force
These are currently available for the Derivatives market only.
Good Till Cancelled (GTC)
GTC orders remain in the order book until they are filled or canceled by the user.
Fill or Kill (FOK)
FOK orders allow the user to specify a price for an asset and the order will only be executed if it can be fully filled.
Example: If a user creates a FOK order to buy 1 BTC at US$35,000, the order will only be executed if there is a sell order for at least 1 BTC at US$35,000 or less. If there is a sell order for 0.8 BTC at US$35,000, the FOK order will not be executed since it will only be partially filled.
Immediate or Cancel (IOC)
IOC orders allow the user to specify a price for an asset and the order will only be executed against any available orders in the order book. If the order is partially filled, any residual amount will be canceled.
Example: If a user creates an IOC order to buy 1 BTC at US$35,000 and there is an existing sell order in the order book for 0.8 BTC at US$35,000, only 0.8 BTC will be purchased. The order for the remaining 0.2 BTC will be immediately canceled.