What is the Maker and Taker fee?

Maker and Taker model is a way to differentiate fees between orders that provide liquidity – "maker orders", and take liquidity off – "taker orders". Maker and Taker orders are charged differently.

Maker orders

Trading order is charged with Maker fee if it is not filled instantly, placing in order book, providing liquidity to the market.


Taker orders

Trading order is charged with Taker fee if it is filled instantly, not getting in order book, taking liquidity off from the market.

Maker and Taker fees vary depending on the chosen trading pair. View current fee rates.

 

Important! Trading fees are charged only when order is filled (or partially filled), not for its placement.

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