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What Is an OCO Order?

What Is an OCO Order?

An OCO order stands for a one-cancels-the-other order, which functions as a pair of conditional orders. Once one order is executed, the other order...

What Is a Market Order?

What Is a Market Order?

A market order is used to immediately buy or sell an asset at the current market price. Market orders pay “taker” trading fees, as they are taking...

What are APY and APR?

What are APY and APR?

Earning a steady passive income is a dream for many; for some it is also a goal within reach. BTSE Earn provides a convenient way to earn interest...

What is a Limit Order?

What is a Limit Order?

A limit order is used to specify the exact price at which a trader is willing to buy or sell an asset. Limit orders enjoy reduced “market maker”...