Introduction to Margin Lending and Borrowing on Poloniex

Alert ! do not use poloniex margin trading

on 12 Mars when the crypto market got hard hit to the downwards i got my margin account liquidated on both Binance and poloinex almost the same time but the bad thing about poloniex margin trading that i suppose to have around 20% left on poloniex after liquidation but what i got left is just less than 0.01% yes i had over 20 bitcoin on margin account there what is left for me after liquidation is just 0.02 btc and they blame that on me because i had altcoins on my collateral margin account even this is not the first time i had such trade with altcoins on my collateral margin account with them and it never hit that bad at the same time i had margin open at Binance with altcoins on my collateral margin account too for LINK ( chianlink ) so i had both LINK on my margin and on my collateral margin account and i got liquidated at the same time when market crashed but i got left around 20% of my money left after liquidation in Binanace .

what happend on poloniex that i saw with my own eyes that when the market crashed the margin meter moves to -30% yes -30% with no liquidation and it start the liquidation when the market bounce back a little bit all that happen while my margin meter was in negative .
left my account with just 0.02 btc out of 20 btc

, and when i contact them explaining about this situation they refuse to confess that they had a problem on their system and refuse any refund and put the blame on me .

here is a full screenshot for the support ticket and the screenshot of the account balance before and after liquidation

screenshot for the margin when it was in negative https://ibb.co/tYBr7Fv
screenshot for my account balance few hours before the liquidation https://ibb.co/17JtqtP

my account balance after the liquidation https://ibb.co/Zc9dVj0

screenshot for the support ticket https://ibb.co/smpmgNN

at the end i will never use Poloniex again i do not trust them with my money and i post here so you people take care
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A cryptocurrency exchange has withheld over $15k from me for the past 6 months.

I was a "lender" on the cryptocurrency exchange Poloniex, this means I provided other users access to my coins for use in margin trading. I earned a small percentage every day for this. On June the 6th 2019 I received an email titled "Notice of BTC Margin Lending Pool Losses"
"On May 26, a sudden and severe price crash in the Poloniex CLAM market caused a number of margin loans to default, resulting in a roughly 1800 BTC generalized loss across the Poloniex BTC margin lending pool. We are writing because you have been impacted by this loss.
All BTC loans on Poloniex are lent in a common pool that is shared across all markets and borrowers. Today, we recognized the generalized loss across lenders in the BTC margin lending pool. As a result, the principal of all active BTC loans as of 14:00 UTC today has been reduced by 16.202%. As a lender in the pool, you will see the reduction in your account when you next log in.
We’re actively pursuing the defaulted borrowers for repayment of the BTC they owe to the lending pool. As we recover funds, we will return them to affected lenders. We’re also exploring other ways to help defray your losses. As this work proceeds, we will provide regular updates."
To date poloniex have returned 10% of the amount they took from me. I've attempted to email a few times but have only ever been told that: "Currently we’re pursuing the defaulted borrowers to get them to repay the BTC they owe to lenders. As we recover funds, we will return them to affected lenders. We’re also exploring other ways to help defray margin lender losses and will continue to communicate with impacted lenders on the status of these efforts."

I'd like to know what further steps could I take to recover the significant funds held by this exchange?

I'm a UK citizen living in Lithuania and the exchange is based in the US
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We are excited to announce that we are spinning out from Circle into a new company, Polo Digital Assets, Ltd., with the backing of a major investment group. The spinout will free us to focus on the needs of global crypto traders with new features, assets and services. Our first new offer to Poloniex traders is that effective October 21, 2019, all spot trading fees will be reduced to 0% until the end of the year. Poloniex intends to continue beyond that with highly competitive and creative pricing models for traders.
Margin trading is essentially trading with borrowed funds instead of your own. When you place a margin order, all of the money you are using is borrowed from other users offering their funds as peer-to-peer loans. The funds in your margin account are used only as collateral for these loans and to settle debts to lenders.
If you are new to margin trading, there are a few terms and concepts you may not be familiar with. Let's go over them by looking at the changes to the user interface.
When you borrow funds and make a trade, a position will open. If you buy, you are opening what is called a long position. If you sell, you are opening a short position. Note that as you continue to trade, your position may change; for example, if you open a short by selling 300 XMR, but then buy 600 XMR, your short will become a long. When you close your position, your loans are settled automatically. If you close your position at a profit, the profit will be credited to your margin account; if you close at a loss, the amounts needed to settle your loans will be deducted from your margin account.
A forced liquidation is when all or part of your positions are closed automatically to prevent further loss and ensure you do not default on your loans. Forced liquidations are executed using one or more market orders; as such, order book liquidity at the time of these orders will affect the extent of the losses you incur from the liquidation. Forced liquidations occur when your Current Margin dips below your Maintenance Margin. It is strongly advised that you check the markets and your open positions regularly, mitigating your risk as necessary by reducing the size of your positions or transferring additional collateral into your margin account. Markets can change very quickly, and no guarantee can be made that you will receive a Margin Call warning in time for you to prevent a forced liquidation.
Once you have placed your offer, it becomes available for margin traders to use. Margin traders will consume lending offers starting with the lowest rate. If a lower rate becomes available after a margin trader's loan has been opened, the contract may be transferred to the lower rate. Remember, a loan can always be closed early by the taker, so be sure to offer competitive rates if you want the best chance of your offers being taken
We are excited to announce that we are spinning out from Circle into a new company, Polo Digital Assets, Ltd., with the backing of a major investment group. The spinout will free us to focus on the needs of global crypto traders with new features, assets and services. Our first new offer to Poloniex traders is that effective October 21, 2019, all spot trading fees will be reduced to 0% until the end of the year. Poloniex intends to continue beyond that with highly competitive and creative pricing models for traders.
Going forward, we have a multiyear plan to spend more than $100M to develop and expand Poloniex, and we are very excited to continue working with the amazing global community of Poloniex customers. The cryptocurrency revolution has just begun, and we’re in it for the long haul.
With the addition of margin trading, you now have three separate accounts in which you can store your deposited funds: exchange, margin, and lending. Your exchange account holds the funds you use for regular trading on the Exchange tab. Your margin account holds collateral used to secure loans used in margin trading. Your lending account holds funds you can loan to other users and earn interest on.
While the Poloniex team is spinning out, we continue to be very excited about the plans our Circle colleagues have to move forward and grow as a business without Poloniex. You can read more about the Circle plans in this blog post.
When you deposit funds, they first go to your exchange account. In order to margin trade, you will need to transfer some funds to your margin account at the Transfer Balances page. You may fund your margin account with any currency for which margin trading is enabled.
Going forward, we have a multiyear plan to spend more than $100M to develop and expand Poloniex, and we are very excited to continue working with the amazing global community of Poloniex customers. The cryptocurrency revolution has just begun, and we’re in it for the long haul.
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When you borrow funds and make a trade, a position will open. If you buy, you are opening what is called a long position. If you sell, you are opening a short position. Note that as you continue to trade, your position may change; for example, if you open a short by selling 300 XMR, but then buy 600 XMR, your short will become a long. When you close your position, your loans are settled automatically. If you close your position at a profit, the profit will be credited to your margin account; if you close at a loss, the amounts needed to settle your loans will be deducted from your margin account.
Once you have placed your offer, it becomes available for margin traders to use. Margin traders will consume lending offers starting with the lowest rate. If a lower rate becomes available after a margin trader's loan has been opened, the contract may be transferred to the lower rate. Remember, a loan can always be closed early by the taker, so be sure to offer competitive rates if you want the best chance of your offers being taken
Margin trading is essentially trading with borrowed funds instead of your own. When you place a margin order, all of the money you are using is borrowed from other users offering their funds as peer-to-peer loans. The funds in your margin account are used only as collateral for these loans and to settle debts to lenders.
If you are new to margin trading, there are a few terms and concepts you may not be familiar with. Let's go over them by looking at the changes to the user interface.
When you borrow funds and make a trade, a position will open. If you buy, you are opening what is called a long position. If you sell, you are opening a short position. Note that as you continue to trade, your position may change; for example, if you open a short by selling 300 XMR, but then buy 600 XMR, your short will become a long. When you close your position, your loans are settled automatically. If you close your position at a profit, the profit will be credited to your margin account; if you close at a loss, the amounts needed to settle your loans will be deducted from your margin account.
A forced liquidation is when all or part of your positions are closed automatically to prevent further loss and ensure you do not default on your loans. Forced liquidations are executed using one or more market orders; as such, order book liquidity at the time of these orders will affect the extent of the losses you incur from the liquidation. Forced liquidations occur when your Current Margin dips below your Maintenance Margin. It is strongly advised that you check the markets and your open positions regularly, mitigating your risk as necessary by reducing the size of your positions or transferring additional collateral into your margin account. Markets can change very quickly, and no guarantee can be made that you will receive a Margin Call warning in time for you to prevent a forced liquidation.
We are excited to announce that we are spinning out from Circle into a new company, Polo Digital Assets, Ltd., with the backing of a major investment group. The spinout will free us to focus on the needs of global crypto traders with new features, assets and services. Our first new offer to Poloniex traders is that effective October 21, 2019, all spot trading fees will be reduced to 0% until the end of the year. Poloniex intends to continue beyond that with highly competitive and creative pricing models for traders.
Going forward, we have a multiyear plan to spend more than $100M to develop and expand Poloniex, and we are very excited to continue working with the amazing global community of Poloniex customers. The cryptocurrency revolution has just begun, and we’re in it for the long haul.
With the addition of margin trading, you now have three separate accounts in which you can store your deposited funds: exchange, margin, and lending. Your exchange account holds the funds you use for regular trading on the Exchange tab. Your margin account holds collateral used to secure loans used in margin trading. Your lending account holds funds you can loan to other users and earn interest on.
While the Poloniex team is spinning out, we continue to be very excited about the plans our Circle colleagues have to move forward and grow as a business without Poloniex. You can read more about the Circle plans in this blog post.
When you deposit funds, they first go to your exchange account. In order to margin trade, you will need to transfer some funds to your margin account at the Transfer Balances page. You may fund your margin account with any currency for which margin trading is enabled.
With the addition of margin trading, you now have three separate accounts in which you can store your deposited funds: exchange, margin, and lending. Your exchange account holds the funds you use for regular trading on the Exchange tab. Your margin account holds collateral used to secure loans used in margin trading. Your lending account holds funds you can loan to other users and earn interest on.
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Once you have placed your offer, it becomes available for margin traders to use. Margin traders will consume lending offers starting with the lowest rate. If a lower rate becomes available after a margin trader's loan has been opened, the contract may be transferred to the lower rate. Remember, a loan can always be closed early by the taker, so be sure to offer competitive rates if you want the best chance of your offers being taken
We are excited to announce that we are spinning out from Circle into a new company, Polo Digital Assets, Ltd., with the backing of a major investment group. The spinout will free us to focus on the needs of global crypto traders with new features, assets and services. Our first new offer to Poloniex traders is that effective October 21, 2019, all spot trading fees will be reduced to 0% until the end of the year. Poloniex intends to continue beyond that with highly competitive and creative pricing models for traders.
Going forward, we have a multiyear plan to spend more than $100M to develop and expand Poloniex, and we are very excited to continue working with the amazing global community of Poloniex customers. The cryptocurrency revolution has just begun, and we’re in it for the long haul.
With the addition of margin trading, you now have three separate accounts in which you can store your deposited funds: exchange, margin, and lending. Your exchange account holds the funds you use for regular trading on the Exchange tab. Your margin account holds collateral used to secure loans used in margin trading. Your lending account holds funds you can loan to other users and earn interest on.
While the Poloniex team is spinning out, we continue to be very excited about the plans our Circle colleagues have to move forward and grow as a business without Poloniex. You can read more about the Circle plans in this blog post.
When you deposit funds, they first go to your exchange account. In order to margin trade, you will need to transfer some funds to your margin account at the Transfer Balances page. You may fund your margin account with any currency for which margin trading is enabled.
Margin trading is essentially trading with borrowed funds instead of your own. When you place a margin order, all of the money you are using is borrowed from other users offering their funds as peer-to-peer loans. The funds in your margin account are used only as collateral for these loans and to settle debts to lenders.
If you are new to margin trading, there are a few terms and concepts you may not be familiar with. Let's go over them by looking at the changes to the user interface.
When you borrow funds and make a trade, a position will open. If you buy, you are opening what is called a long position. If you sell, you are opening a short position. Note that as you continue to trade, your position may change; for example, if you open a short by selling 300 XMR, but then buy 600 XMR, your short will become a long. When you close your position, your loans are settled automatically. If you close your position at a profit, the profit will be credited to your margin account; if you close at a loss, the amounts needed to settle your loans will be deducted from your margin account.
A forced liquidation is when all or part of your positions are closed automatically to prevent further loss and ensure you do not default on your loans. Forced liquidations are executed using one or more market orders; as such, order book liquidity at the time of these orders will affect the extent of the losses you incur from the liquidation. Forced liquidations occur when your Current Margin dips below your Maintenance Margin. It is strongly advised that you check the markets and your open positions regularly, mitigating your risk as necessary by reducing the size of your positions or transferring additional collateral into your margin account. Markets can change very quickly, and no guarantee can be made that you will receive a Margin Call warning in time for you to prevent a forced liquidation.
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Poloniex Support Number (1+ 888)-780-0222 [email protected]#@$#@4

Once you have placed your offer, it becomes available for margin traders to use. Margin traders will consume lending offers starting with the lowest rate. If a lower rate becomes available after a margin trader's loan has been opened, the contract may be transferred to the lower rate. Remember, a loan can always be closed early by the taker, so be sure to offer competitive rates if you want the best chance of your offers being taken
We are excited to announce that we are spinning out from Circle into a new company, Polo Digital Assets, Ltd., with the backing of a major investment group. The spinout will free us to focus on the needs of global crypto traders with new features, assets and services. Our first new offer to Poloniex traders is that effective October 21, 2019, all spot trading fees will be reduced to 0% until the end of the year. Poloniex intends to continue beyond that with highly competitive and creative pricing models for traders.
Going forward, we have a multiyear plan to spend more than $100M to develop and expand Poloniex, and we are very excited to continue working with the amazing global community of Poloniex customers. The cryptocurrency revolution has just begun, and we’re in it for the long haul.
With the addition of margin trading, you now have three separate accounts in which you can store your deposited funds: exchange, margin, and lending. Your exchange account holds the funds you use for regular trading on the Exchange tab. Your margin account holds collateral used to secure loans used in margin trading. Your lending account holds funds you can loan to other users and earn interest on.
While the Poloniex team is spinning out, we continue to be very excited about the plans our Circle colleagues have to move forward and grow as a business without Poloniex. You can read more about the Circle plans in this blog post.
When you deposit funds, they first go to your exchange account. In order to margin trade, you will need to transfer some funds to your margin account at the Transfer Balances page. You may fund your margin account with any currency for which margin trading is enabled.
Margin trading is essentially trading with borrowed funds instead of your own. When you place a margin order, all of the money you are using is borrowed from other users offering their funds as peer-to-peer loans. The funds in your margin account are used only as collateral for these loans and to settle debts to lenders.
If you are new to margin trading, there are a few terms and concepts you may not be familiar with. Let's go over them by looking at the changes to the user interface.
When you borrow funds and make a trade, a position will open. If you buy, you are opening what is called a long position. If you sell, you are opening a short position. Note that as you continue to trade, your position may change; for example, if you open a short by selling 300 XMR, but then buy 600 XMR, your short will become a long. When you close your position, your loans are settled automatically. If you close your position at a profit, the profit will be credited to your margin account; if you close at a loss, the amounts needed to settle your loans will be deducted from your margin account.
A forced liquidation is when all or part of your positions are closed automatically to prevent further loss and ensure you do not default on your loans. Forced liquidations are executed using one or more market orders; as such, order book liquidity at the time of these orders will affect the extent of the losses you incur from the liquidation. Forced liquidations occur when your Current Margin dips below your Maintenance Margin. It is strongly advised that you check the markets and your open positions regularly, mitigating your risk as necessary by reducing the size of your positions or transferring additional collateral into your margin account. Markets can change very quickly, and no guarantee can be made that you will receive a Margin Call warning in time for you to prevent a forced liquidation.
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Poloniex Support Number 1+ 888-780-0222 [email protected]#@#!!

Margin trading is essentially trading with borrowed funds instead of your own. When you place a margin order, all of the money you are using is borrowed from other users offering their funds as peer-to-peer loans. The funds in your margin account are used only as collateral for these loans and to settle debts to lenders.
If you are new to margin trading, there are a few terms and concepts you may not be familiar with. Let's go over them by looking at the changes to the user interface.
When you borrow funds and make a trade, a position will open. If you buy, you are opening what is called a long position. If you sell, you are opening a short position. Note that as you continue to trade, your position may change; for example, if you open a short by selling 300 XMR, but then buy 600 XMR, your short will become a long. When you close your position, your loans are settled automatically. If you close your position at a profit, the profit will be credited to your margin account; if you close at a loss, the amounts needed to settle your loans will be deducted from your margin account.
A forced liquidation is when all or part of your positions are closed automatically to prevent further loss and ensure you do not default on your loans. Forced liquidations are executed using one or more market orders; as such, order book liquidity at the time of these orders will affect the extent of the losses you incur from the liquidation. Forced liquidations occur when your Current Margin dips below your Maintenance Margin. It is strongly advised that you check the markets and your open positions regularly, mitigating your risk as necessary by reducing the size of your positions or transferring additional collateral into your margin account. Markets can change very quickly, and no guarantee can be made that you will receive a Margin Call warning in time for you to prevent a forced liquidation.
Once you have placed your offer, it becomes available for margin traders to use. Margin traders will consume lending offers starting with the lowest rate. If a lower rate becomes available after a margin trader's loan has been opened, the contract may be transferred to the lower rate. Remember, a loan can always be closed early by the taker, so be sure to offer competitive rates if you want the best chance of your offers being taken
We are excited to announce that we are spinning out from Circle into a new company, Polo Digital Assets, Ltd., with the backing of a major investment group. The spinout will free us to focus on the needs of global crypto traders with new features, assets and services. Our first new offer to Poloniex traders is that effective October 21, 2019, all spot trading fees will be reduced to 0% until the end of the year. Poloniex intends to continue beyond that with highly competitive and creative pricing models for traders.
Going forward, we have a multiyear plan to spend more than $100M to develop and expand Poloniex, and we are very excited to continue working with the amazing global community of Poloniex customers. The cryptocurrency revolution has just begun, and we’re in it for the long haul.
With the addition of margin trading, you now have three separate accounts in which you can store your deposited funds: exchange, margin, and lending. Your exchange account holds the funds you use for regular trading on the Exchange tab. Your margin account holds collateral used to secure loans used in margin trading. Your lending account holds funds you can loan to other users and earn interest on.
While the Poloniex team is spinning out, we continue to be very excited about the plans our Circle colleagues have to move forward and grow as a business without Poloniex. You can read more about the Circle plans in this blog post.
When you deposit funds, they first go to your exchange account. In order to margin trade, you will need to transfer some funds to your margin account at the Transfer Balances page. You may fund your margin account with any currency for which margin trading is enabled.
Going forward, we have a multiyear plan to spend more than $100M to develop and expand Poloniex, and we are very excited to continue working with the amazing global community of Poloniex customers. The cryptocurrency revolution has just begun, and we’re in it for the long haul.
We are excited to announce that we are spinning out from Circle into a new company, Polo Digital Assets, Ltd., with the backing of a major investment group. The spinout will free us to focus on the needs of global crypto traders with new features, assets and services. Our first new offer to Poloniex traders is that effective October 21, 2019, all spot trading fees will be reduced to 0% until the end of the year. Poloniex intends to continue beyond that with highly competitive and creative pricing models for traders.
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When you borrow funds and make a trade, a position will open. If you buy, you are opening what is called a long position. If you sell, you are opening a short position. Note that as you continue to trade, your position may change; for example, if you open a short by selling 300 XMR, but then buy 600 XMR, your short will become a long. When you close your position, your loans are settled automatically. If you close your position at a profit, the profit will be credited to your margin account; if you close at a loss, the amounts needed to settle your loans will be deducted from your margin account.
A forced liquidation is when all or part of your positions are closed automatically to prevent further loss and ensure you do not default on your loans. Forced liquidations are executed using one or more market orders; as such, order book liquidity at the time of these orders will affect the extent of the losses you incur from the liquidation. Forced liquidations occur when your Current Margin dips below your Maintenance Margin. It is strongly advised that you check the markets and your open positions regularly, mitigating your risk as necessary by reducing the size of your positions or transferring additional collateral into your margin account. Markets can change very quickly, and no guarantee can be made that you will receive a Margin Call warning in time for you to prevent a forced liquidation.
Once you have placed your offer, it becomes available for margin traders to use. Margin traders will consume lending offers starting with the lowest rate. If a lower rate becomes available after a margin trader's loan has been opened, the contract may be transferred to the lower rate. Remember, a loan can always be closed early by the taker, so be sure to offer competitive rates if you want the best chance of your offers being taken
We are excited to announce that we are spinning out from Circle into a new company, Polo Digital Assets, Ltd., with the backing of a major investment group. The spinout will free us to focus on the needs of global crypto traders with new features, assets and services. Our first new offer to Poloniex traders is that effective October 21, 2019, all spot trading fees will be reduced to 0% until the end of the year. Poloniex intends to continue beyond that with highly competitive and creative pricing models for traders.
Going forward, we have a multiyear plan to spend more than $100M to develop and expand Poloniex, and we are very excited to continue working with the amazing global community of Poloniex customers. The cryptocurrency revolution has just begun, and we’re in it for the long haul.
With the addition of margin trading, you now have three separate accounts in which you can store your deposited funds: exchange, margin, and lending. Your exchange account holds the funds you use for regular trading on the Exchange tab. Your margin account holds collateral used to secure loans used in margin trading. Your lending account holds funds you can loan to other users and earn interest on.
While the Poloniex team is spinning out, we continue to be very excited about the plans our Circle colleagues have to move forward and grow as a business without Poloniex. You can read more about the Circle plans in this blog post.
When you deposit funds, they first go to your exchange account. In order to margin trade, you will need to transfer some funds to your margin account at the Transfer Balances page. You may fund your margin account with any currency for which margin trading is enabled.
Margin trading is essentially trading with borrowed funds instead of your own. When you place a margin order, all of the money you are using is borrowed from other users offering their funds as peer-to-peer loans. The funds in your margin account are used only as collateral for these loans and to settle debts to lenders.
If you are new to margin trading, there are a few terms and concepts you may not be familiar with. Let's go over them by looking at the changes to the user interface.
A forced liquidation is when all or part of your positions are closed automatically to prevent further loss and ensure you do not default on your loans. Forced liquidations are executed using one or more market orders; as such, order book liquidity at the time of these orders will affect the extent of the losses you incur from the liquidation. Forced liquidations occur when your Current Margin dips below your Maintenance Margin. It is strongly advised that you check the markets and your open positions regularly, mitigating your risk as necessary by reducing the size of your positions or transferring additional collateral into your margin account. Markets can change very quickly, and no guarantee can be made that you will receive a Margin Call warning in time for you to prevent a forced liquidation. Once you have placed your offer, it becomes available for margin traders to use. Margin traders will consume lending offers starting with the lowest rate. If a lower rate becomes available after a margin trader's loan has been opened, the contract may be transferred to the lower rate. Remember, a loan can always be closed early by the taker, so be sure to offer competitive rates if you want the best chance of your offers being taken
We are excited to announce that we are spinning out from Circle into a new company, Polo Digital Assets, Ltd., with the backing of a major investment group. The spinout will free us to focus on the needs of global crypto traders with new features, assets and services. Our first new offer to Poloniex traders is that effective October 21, 2019, all spot trading fees will be reduced to 0% until the end of the year.
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Margin trading is essentially trading with borrowed funds instead of your own. When you place a margin order, all of the money you are using is borrowed from other users offering their funds as peer-to-peer loans. The funds in your margin account are used only as collateral for these loans and to settle debts to lenders.
If you are new to margin trading, there are a few terms and concepts you may not be familiar with. Let's go over them by looking at the changes to the user interface.
When you borrow funds and make a trade, a position will open. If you buy, you are opening what is called a long position. If you sell, you are opening a short position. Note that as you continue to trade, your position may change; for example, if you open a short by selling 300 XMR, but then buy 600 XMR, your short will become a long. When you close your position, your loans are settled automatically. If you close your position at a profit, the profit will be credited to your margin account; if you close at a loss, the amounts needed to settle your loans will be deducted from your margin account.
A forced liquidation is when all or part of your positions are closed automatically to prevent further loss and ensure you do not default on your loans. Forced liquidations are executed using one or more market orders; as such, order book liquidity at the time of these orders will affect the extent of the losses you incur from the liquidation. Forced liquidations occur when your Current Margin dips below your Maintenance Margin. It is strongly advised that you check the markets and your open positions regularly, mitigating your risk as necessary by reducing the size of your positions or transferring additional collateral into your margin account. Markets can change very quickly, and no guarantee can be made that you will receive a Margin Call warning in time for you to prevent a forced liquidation.
Once you have placed your offer, it becomes available for margin traders to use. Margin traders will consume lending offers starting with the lowest rate. If a lower rate becomes available after a margin trader's loan has been opened, the contract may be transferred to the lower rate. Remember, a loan can always be closed early by the taker, so be sure to offer competitive rates if you want the best chance of your offers being taken
We are excited to announce that we are spinning out from Circle into a new company, Polo Digital Assets, Ltd., with the backing of a major investment group. The spinout will free us to focus on the needs of global crypto traders with new features, assets and services. Our first new offer to Poloniex traders is that effective October 21, 2019, all spot trading fees will be reduced to 0% until the end of the year. Poloniex intends to continue beyond that with highly competitive and creative pricing models for traders.
Going forward, we have a multiyear plan to spend more than $100M to develop and expand Poloniex, and we are very excited to continue working with the amazing global community of Poloniex customers. The cryptocurrency revolution has just begun, and we’re in it for the long haul.
With the addition of margin trading, you now have three separate accounts in which you can store your deposited funds: exchange, margin, and lending. Your exchange account holds the funds you use for regular trading on the Exchange tab. Your margin account holds collateral used to secure loans used in margin trading. Your lending account holds funds you can loan to other users and earn interest on.
While the Poloniex team is spinning out, we continue to be very excited about the plans our Circle colleagues have to move forward and grow as a business without Poloniex. You can read more about the Circle plans in this blog post.
When you deposit funds, they first go to your exchange account. In order to margin trade, you will need to transfer some funds to your margin account at the Transfer Balances page. You may fund your margin account with any currency for which margin trading is enabled.
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Once you have placed your offer, it becomes available for margin traders to use. Margin traders will consume lending offers starting with the lowest rate. If a lower rate becomes available after a margin trader's loan has been opened, the contract may be transferred to the lower rate. Remember, a loan can always be closed early by the taker, so be sure to offer competitive rates if you want the best chance of your offers being taken
We are excited to announce that we are spinning out from Circle into a new company, Polo Digital Assets, Ltd., with the backing of a major investment group. The spinout will free us to focus on the needs of global crypto traders with new features, assets and services. Our first new offer to Poloniex traders is that effective October 21, 2019, all spot trading fees will be reduced to 0% until the end of the year. Poloniex intends to continue beyond that with highly competitive and creative pricing models for traders.
Going forward, we have a multiyear plan to spend more than $100M to develop and expand Poloniex, and we are very excited to continue working with the amazing global community of Poloniex customers. The cryptocurrency revolution has just begun, and we’re in it for the long haul.
With the addition of margin trading, you now have three separate accounts in which you can store your deposited funds: exchange, margin, and lending. Your exchange account holds the funds you use for regular trading on the Exchange tab. Your margin account holds collateral used to secure loans used in margin trading. Your lending account holds funds you can loan to other users and earn interest on.
While the Poloniex team is spinning out, we continue to be very excited about the plans our Circle colleagues have to move forward and grow as a business without Poloniex. You can read more about the Circle plans in this blog post.
When you deposit funds, they first go to your exchange account. In order to margin trade, you will need to transfer some funds to your margin account at the Transfer Balances page. You may fund your margin account with any currency for which margin trading is enabled.
Margin trading is essentially trading with borrowed funds instead of your own. When you place a margin order, all of the money you are using is borrowed from other users offering their funds as peer-to-peer loans. The funds in your margin account are used only as collateral for these loans and to settle debts to lenders.
If you are new to margin trading, there are a few terms and concepts you may not be familiar with. Let's go over them by looking at the changes to the user interface.
When you borrow funds and make a trade, a position will open. If you buy, you are opening what is called a long position. If you sell, you are opening a short position. Note that as you continue to trade, your position may change; for example, if you open a short by selling 300 XMR, but then buy 600 XMR, your short will become a long. When you close your position, your loans are settled automatically. If you close your position at a profit, the profit will be credited to your margin account; if you close at a loss, the amounts needed to settle your loans will be deducted from your margin account.
A forced liquidation is when all or part of your positions are closed automatically to prevent further loss and ensure you do not default on your loans. Forced liquidations are executed using one or more market orders; as such, order book liquidity at the time of these orders will affect the extent of the losses you incur from the liquidation. Forced liquidations occur when your Current Margin dips below your Maintenance Margin. It is strongly advised that you check the markets and your open positions regularly, mitigating your risk as necessary by reducing the size of your positions or transferring additional collateral into your margin account. Markets can change very quickly, and no guarantee can be made that you will receive a Margin Call warning in time for you to prevent a forced liquidation.
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A forced liquidation is when all or part of your positions are closed automatically to prevent further loss and ensure you do not default on your loans. Forced liquidations are executed using one or more market orders; as such, order book liquidity at the time of these orders will affect the extent of the losses you incur from the liquidation. Forced liquidations occur when your Current Margin dips below your Maintenance Margin. It is strongly advised that you check the markets and your open positions regularly, mitigating your risk as necessary by reducing the size of your positions or transferring additional collateral into your margin account. Markets can change very quickly, and no guarantee can be made that you will receive a Margin Call warning in time for you to prevent a forced liquidation.
Once you have placed your offer, it becomes available for margin traders to use. Margin traders will consume lending offers starting with the lowest rate. If a lower rate becomes available after a margin trader's loan has been opened, the contract may be transferred to the lower rate. Remember, a loan can always be closed early by the taker, so be sure to offer competitive rates if you want the best chance of your offers being taken
We are excited to announce that we are spinning out from Circle into a new company, Polo Digital Assets, Ltd., with the backing of a major investment group. The spinout will free us to focus on the needs of global crypto traders with new features, assets and services. Our first new offer to Poloniex traders is that effective October 21, 2019, all spot trading fees will be reduced to 0% until the end of the year. Poloniex intends to continue beyond that with highly competitive and creative pricing models for traders.
Going forward, we have a multiyear plan to spend more than $100M to develop and expand Poloniex, and we are very excited to continue working with the amazing global community of Poloniex customers. The cryptocurrency revolution has just begun, and we’re in it for the long haul.
With the addition of margin trading, you now have three separate accounts in which you can store your deposited funds: exchange, margin, and lending. Your exchange account holds the funds you use for regular trading on the Exchange tab. Your margin account holds collateral used to secure loans used in margin trading. Your lending account holds funds you can loan to other users and earn interest on.
While the Poloniex team is spinning out, we continue to be very excited about the plans our Circle colleagues have to move forward and grow as a business without Poloniex. You can read more about the Circle plans in this blog post.
When you deposit funds, they first go to your exchange account. In order to margin trade, you will need to transfer some funds to your margin account at the Transfer Balances page. You may fund your margin account with any currency for which margin trading is enabled.
Margin trading is essentially trading with borrowed funds instead of your own. When you place a margin order, all of the money you are using is borrowed from other users offering their funds as peer-to-peer loans. The funds in your margin account are used only as collateral for these loans and to settle debts to lenders.
If you are new to margin trading, there are a few terms and concepts you may not be familiar with. Let's go over them by looking at the changes to the user interface.
When you borrow funds and make a trade, a position will open. If you buy, you are opening what is called a long position. If you sell, you are opening a short position. Note that as you continue to trade, your position may change; for example, if you open a short by selling 300 XMR, but then buy 600 XMR, your short will become a long. When you close your position, your loans are settled automatically. If you close your position at a profit, the profit will be credited to your margin account; if you close at a loss, the amounts needed to settle your loans will be deducted from your margin account.
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Going forward, we have a multiyear plan to spend more than $100M to develop and expand Poloniex, and we are very excited to continue working with the amazing global community of Poloniex customers. The cryptocurrency revolution has just begun, and we’re in it for the long haul.
With the addition of margin trading, you now have three separate accounts in which you can store your deposited funds: exchange, margin, and lending. Your exchange account holds the funds you use for regular trading on the Exchange tab. Your margin account holds collateral used to secure loans used in margin trading. Your lending account holds funds you can loan to other users and earn interest on.
While the Poloniex team is spinning out, we continue to be very excited about the plans our Circle colleagues have to move forward and grow as a business without Poloniex. You can read more about the Circle plans in this blog post.
When you deposit funds, they first go to your exchange account. In order to margin trade, you will need to transfer some funds to your margin account at the Transfer Balances page. You may fund your margin account with any currency for which margin trading is enabled.
Going forward, we have a multiyear plan to spend more than $100M to develop and expand Poloniex, and we are very excited to continue working with the amazing global community of Poloniex customers. The cryptocurrency revolution has just begun, and we’re in it for the long haul.
We are excited to announce that we are spinning out from Circle into a new company, Polo Digital Assets, Ltd., with the backing of a major investment group. The spinout will free us to focus on the needs of global crypto traders with new features, assets and services. Our first new offer to Poloniex traders is that effective October 21, 2019, all spot trading fees will be reduced to 0% until the end of the year. Poloniex intends to continue beyond that with highly competitive and creative pricing models for traders.
Margin trading is essentially trading with borrowed funds instead of your own. When you place a margin order, all of the money you are using is borrowed from other users offering their funds as peer-to-peer loans. The funds in your margin account are used only as collateral for these loans and to settle debts to lenders.
If you are new to margin trading, there are a few terms and concepts you may not be familiar with. Let's go over them by looking at the changes to the user interface.
When you borrow funds and make a trade, a position will open. If you buy, you are opening what is called a long position. If you sell, you are opening a short position. Note that as you continue to trade, your position may change; for example, if you open a short by selling 300 XMR, but then buy 600 XMR, your short will become a long. When you close your position, your loans are settled automatically. If you close your position at a profit, the profit will be credited to your margin account; if you close at a loss, the amounts needed to settle your loans will be deducted from your margin account.
A forced liquidation is when all or part of your positions are closed automatically to prevent further loss and ensure you do not default on your loans. Forced liquidations are executed using one or more market orders; as such, order book liquidity at the time of these orders will affect the extent of the losses you incur from the liquidation. Forced liquidations occur when your Current Margin dips below your Maintenance Margin. It is strongly advised that you check the markets and your open positions regularly, mitigating your risk as necessary by reducing the size of your positions or transferring additional collateral into your margin account. Markets can change very quickly, and no guarantee can be made that you will receive a Margin Call warning in time for you to prevent a forced liquidation.
Once you have placed your offer, it becomes available for margin traders to use. Margin traders will consume lending offers starting with the lowest rate. If a lower rate becomes available after a margin trader's loan has been opened, the contract may be transferred to the lower rate. Remember, a loan can always be closed early by the taker, so be sure to offer competitive rates if you want the best chance of your offers being taken
We are excited to announce that we are spinning out from Circle into a new company, Polo Digital Assets, Ltd., with the backing of a major investment group. The spinout will free us to focus on the needs of global crypto traders with new features, assets and services. Our first new offer to Poloniex traders is that effective October 21, 2019, all spot trading fees will be reduced to 0% until the end of the year. Poloniex intends to continue beyond that with highly competitive and creative pricing models for traders.
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We are excited to announce that we are spinning out from Circle into a new company, Polo Digital Assets, Ltd., with the backing of a major investment group. The spinout will free us to focus on the needs of global crypto traders with new features, assets and services. Our first new offer to Poloniex traders is that effective October 21, 2019, all spot trading fees will be reduced to 0% until the end of the year. Poloniex intends to continue beyond that with highly competitive and creative pricing models for traders.
Going forward, we have a multiyear plan to spend more than $100M to develop and expand Poloniex, and we are very excited to continue working with the amazing global community of Poloniex customers. The cryptocurrency revolution has just begun, and we’re in it for the long haul.
With the addition of margin trading, you now have three separate accounts in which you can store your deposited funds: exchange, margin, and lending. Your exchange account holds the funds you use for regular trading on the Exchange tab. Your margin account holds collateral used to secure loans used in margin trading. Your lending account holds funds you can loan to other users and earn interest on.
While the Poloniex team is spinning out, we continue to be very excited about the plans our Circle colleagues have to move forward and grow as a business without Poloniex. You can read more about the Circle plans in this blog post.
When you deposit funds, they first go to your exchange account. In order to margin trade, you will need to transfer some funds to your margin account at the Transfer Balances page. You may fund your margin account with any currency for which margin trading is enabled.
Once you have placed your offer, it becomes available for margin traders to use. Margin traders will consume lending offers starting with the lowest rate. If a lower rate becomes available after a margin trader's loan has been opened, the contract may be transferred to the lower rate. Remember, a loan can always be closed early by the taker, so be sure to offer competitive rates if you want the best chance of your offers being taken
Margin trading is essentially trading with borrowed funds instead of your own. When you place a margin order, all of the money you are using is borrowed from other users offering their funds as peer-to-peer loans. The funds in your margin account are used only as collateral for these loans and to settle debts to lenders.
If you are new to margin trading, there are a few terms and concepts you may not be familiar with. Let's go over them by looking at the changes to the user interface.
When you borrow funds and make a trade, a position will open. If you buy, you are opening what is called a long position. If you sell, you are opening a short position. Note that as you continue to trade, your position may change; for example, if you open a short by selling 300 XMR, but then buy 600 XMR, your short will become a long. When you close your position, your loans are settled automatically. If you close your position at a profit, the profit will be credited to your margin account; if you close at a loss, the amounts needed to settle your loans will be deducted from your margin account.
A forced liquidation is when all or part of your positions are closed automatically to prevent further loss and ensure you do not default on your loans. Forced liquidations are executed using one or more market orders; as such, order book liquidity at the time of these orders will affect the extent of the losses you incur from the liquidation. Forced liquidations occur when your Current Margin dips below your Maintenance Margin. It is strongly advised that you check the markets and your open positions regularly, mitigating your risk as necessary by reducing the size of your positions or transferring additional collateral into your margin account. Markets can change very quickly, and no guarantee can be made that you will receive a Margin Call warning in time for you to prevent a forced liquidation.
When you close your position, your loans are settled automatically. If you close your position at a profit, the profit will be credited to your margin account; if you close at a loss, the amounts needed to settle your loans will be deducted from your margin account. A forced liquidation is when all or part of your positions are closed automatically to prevent further loss and ensure you do not default on your loans. Forced liquidations are executed using one or more market orders; as such, order book liquidity at the time of these orders will affect the extent of the losses you incur from the liquidation. Forced liquidations occur when your Current Margin dips below your Maintenance Margin.
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A forced liquidation is when all or part of your positions are closed automatically to prevent further loss and ensure you do not default on your loans. Forced liquidations are executed using one or more market orders; as such, order book liquidity at the time of these orders will affect the extent of the losses you incur from the liquidation. Forced liquidations occur when your Current Margin dips below your Maintenance Margin. It is strongly advised that you check the markets and your open positions regularly, mitigating your risk as necessary by reducing the size of your positions or transferring additional collateral into your margin account. Markets can change very quickly, and no guarantee can be made that you will receive a Margin Call warning in time for you to prevent a forced liquidation.
We are excited to announce that we are spinning out from Circle into a new company, Polo Digital Assets, Ltd., with the backing of a major investment group. The spinout will free us to focus on the needs of global crypto traders with new features, assets and services. Our first new offer to Poloniex traders is that effective October 21, 2019, all spot trading fees will be reduced to 0% until the end of the year. Poloniex intends to continue beyond that with highly competitive and creative pricing models for traders.
Going forward, we have a multiyear plan to spend more than $100M to develop and expand Poloniex, and we are very excited to continue working with the amazing global community of Poloniex customers. The cryptocurrency revolution has just begun, and we’re in it for the long haul.
With the addition of margin trading, you now have three separate accounts in which you can store your deposited funds: exchange, margin, and lending. Your exchange account holds the funds you use for regular trading on the Exchange tab. Your margin account holds collateral used to secure loans used in margin trading. Your lending account holds funds you can loan to other users and earn interest on.
While the Poloniex team is spinning out, we continue to be very excited about the plans our Circle colleagues have to move forward and grow as a business without Poloniex. You can read more about the Circle plans in this blog post.
When you deposit funds, they first go to your exchange account. In order to margin trade, you will need to transfer some funds to your margin account at the Transfer Balances page. You may fund your margin account with any currency for which margin trading is enabled.
Once you have placed your offer, it becomes available for margin traders to use. Margin traders will consume lending offers starting with the lowest rate. If a lower rate becomes available after a margin trader's loan has been opened, the contract may be transferred to the lower rate. Remember, a loan can always be closed early by the taker, so be sure to offer competitive rates if you want the best chance of your offers being taken
Margin trading is essentially trading with borrowed funds instead of your own. When you place a margin order, all of the money you are using is borrowed from other users offering their funds as peer-to-peer loans. The funds in your margin account are used only as collateral for these loans and to settle debts to lenders.
If you are new to margin trading, there are a few terms and concepts you may not be familiar with. Let's go over them by looking at the changes to the user interface.
When you borrow funds and make a trade, a position will open. If you buy, you are opening what is called a long position. If you sell, you are opening a short position. Note that as you continue to trade, your position may change; for example, if you open a short by selling 300 XMR, but then buy 600 XMR, your short will become a long. When you close your position, your loans are settled automatically. If you close your position at a profit, the profit will be credited to your margin account; if you close at a loss, the amounts needed to settle your loans will be deducted from your margin account.
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Once you have placed your offer, it becomes available for margin traders to use. Margin traders will consume lending offers starting with the lowest rate. If a lower rate becomes available after a margin trader's loan has been opened, the contract may be transferred to the lower rate. Remember, a loan can always be closed early by the taker, so be sure to offer competitive rates if you want the best chance of your offers being taken
Margin trading is essentially trading with borrowed funds instead of your own. When you place a margin order, all of the money you are using is borrowed from other users offering their funds as peer-to-peer loans. The funds in your margin account are used only as collateral for these loans and to settle debts to lenders.
If you are new to margin trading, there are a few terms and concepts you may not be familiar with. Let's go over them by looking at the changes to the user interface.
When you borrow funds and make a trade, a position will open. If you buy, you are opening what is called a long position. If you sell, you are opening a short position. Note that as you continue to trade, your position may change; for example, if you open a short by selling 300 XMR, but then buy 600 XMR, your short will become a long. When you close your position, your loans are settled automatically. If you close your position at a profit, the profit will be credited to your margin account; if you close at a loss, the amounts needed to settle your loans will be deducted from your margin account.
A forced liquidation is when all or part of your positions are closed automatically to prevent further loss and ensure you do not default on your loans. Forced liquidations are executed using one or more market orders; as such, order book liquidity at the time of these orders will affect the extent of the losses you incur from the liquidation. Forced liquidations occur when your Current Margin dips below your Maintenance Margin. It is strongly advised that you check the markets and your open positions regularly, mitigating your risk as necessary by reducing the size of your positions or transferring additional collateral into your margin account. Markets can change very quickly, and no guarantee can be made that you will receive a Margin Call warning in time for you to prevent a forced liquidation.
We are excited to announce that we are spinning out from Circle into a new company, Polo Digital Assets, Ltd., with the backing of a major investment group. The spinout will free us to focus on the needs of global crypto traders with new features, assets and services. Our first new offer to Poloniex traders is that effective October 21, 2019, all spot trading fees will be reduced to 0% until the end of the year. Poloniex intends to continue beyond that with highly competitive and creative pricing models for traders.
Going forward, we have a multiyear plan to spend more than $100M to develop and expand Poloniex, and we are very excited to continue working with the amazing global community of Poloniex customers. The cryptocurrency revolution has just begun, and we’re in it for the long haul.
With the addition of margin trading, you now have three separate accounts in which you can store your deposited funds: exchange, margin, and lending. Your exchange account holds the funds you use for regular trading on the Exchange tab. Your margin account holds collateral used to secure loans used in margin trading. Your lending account holds funds you can loan to other users and earn interest on.
While the Poloniex team is spinning out, we continue to be very excited about the plans our Circle colleagues have to move forward and grow as a business without Poloniex. You can read more about the Circle plans in this blog post.
When you deposit funds, they first go to your exchange account. In order to margin trade, you will need to transfer some funds to your margin account at the Transfer Balances page. You may fund your margin account with any currency for which margin trading is enabled.
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Once you have placed your offer, it becomes available for margin traders to use. Margin traders will consume lending offers starting with the lowest rate. If a lower rate becomes available after a margin trader's loan has been opened, the contract may be transferred to the lower rate. Remember, a loan can always be closed early by the taker, so be sure to offer competitive rates if you want the best chance of your offers being taken
We are excited to announce that we are spinning out from Circle into a new company, Polo Digital Assets, Ltd., with the backing of a major investment group. The spinout will free us to focus on the needs of global crypto traders with new features, assets and services. Our first new offer to Poloniex traders is that effective October 21, 2019, all spot trading fees will be reduced to 0% until the end of the year. Poloniex intends to continue beyond that with highly competitive and creative pricing models for traders.
When you borrow funds and make a trade, a position will open. If you buy, you are opening what is called a long position. If you sell, you are opening a short position. Note that as you continue to trade, your position may change; for example, if you open a short by selling 300 XMR, but then buy 600 XMR, your short will become a long. When you close your position, your loans are settled automatically. If you close your position at a profit, the profit will be credited to your margin account; if you close at a loss, the amounts needed to settle your loans will be deducted from your margin account.
Going forward, we have a multiyear plan to spend more than $100M to develop and expand Poloniex, and we are very excited to continue working with the amazing global community of Poloniex customers. The cryptocurrency revolution has just begun, and we’re in it for the long haul.
With the addition of margin trading, you now have three separate accounts in which you can store your deposited funds: exchange, margin, and lending. Your exchange account holds the funds you use for regular trading on the Exchange tab. Your margin account holds collateral used to secure loans used in margin trading. Your lending account holds funds you can loan to other users and earn interest on.

While the Poloniex team is spinning out, we continue to be very excited about the plans our Circle colleagues have to move forward and grow as a business without Poloniex. You can read more about the Circle plans in this blog post.
When you deposit funds, they first go to your exchange account. In order to margin trade, you will need to transfer some funds to your margin account at the Transfer Balances page. You may fund your margin account with any currency for which margin trading is enabled.
A forced liquidation is when all or part of your positions are closed automatically to prevent further loss and ensure you do not default on your loans. Forced liquidations are executed using one or more market orders; as such, order book liquidity at the time of these orders will affect the extent of the losses you incur from the liquidation. Forced liquidations occur when your Current Margin dips below your Maintenance Margin. It is strongly advised that you check the markets and your open positions regularly, mitigating your risk as necessary by reducing the size of your positions or transferring additional collateral into your margin account. Markets can change very quickly, and no guarantee can be made that you will receive a Margin Call warning in time for you to prevent a forced liquidation.
Margin trading is essentially trading with borrowed funds instead of your own. When you place a margin order, all of the money you are using is borrowed from other users offering their funds as peer-to-peer loans. The funds in your margin account are used only as collateral for these loans and to settle debts to lenders.
If you are new to margin trading, there are a few terms and concepts you may not be familiar with. Let's go over them by looking at the changes to the user interface.
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Once you have placed your offer, it becomes available for margin traders to use. Margin traders will consume lending offers starting with the lowest rate. If a lower rate becomes available after a margin trader's loan has been opened, the contract may be transferred to the lower rate. Remember, a loan can always be closed early by the taker, so be sure to offer competitive rates if you want the best chance of your offers being taken
We are excited to announce that we are spinning out from Circle into a new company, Polo Digital Assets, Ltd., with the backing of a major investment group. The spinout will free us to focus on the needs of global crypto traders with new features, assets and services. Our first new offer to Poloniex traders is that effective October 21, 2019, all spot trading fees will be reduced to 0% until the end of the year. Poloniex intends to continue beyond that with highly competitive and creative pricing models for traders.
Going forward, we have a multiyear plan to spend more than $100M to develop and expand Poloniex, and we are very excited to continue working with the amazing global community of Poloniex customers. The cryptocurrency revolution has just begun, and we’re in it for the long haul.
With the addition of margin trading, you now have three separate accounts in which you can store your deposited funds: exchange, margin, and lending. Your exchange account holds the funds you use for regular trading on the Exchange tab. Your margin account holds collateral used to secure loans used in margin trading. Your lending account holds funds you can loan to other users and earn interest on.
While the Poloniex team is spinning out, we continue to be very excited about the plans our Circle colleagues have to move forward and grow as a business without Poloniex. You can read more about the Circle plans in this blog post.
When you deposit funds, they first go to your exchange account. In order to margin trade, you will need to transfer some funds to your margin account at the Transfer Balances page. You may fund your margin account with any currency for which margin trading is enabled.
Margin trading is essentially trading with borrowed funds instead of your own. When you place a margin order, all of the money you are using is borrowed from other users offering their funds as peer-to-peer loans. The funds in your margin account are used only as collateral for these loans and to settle debts to lenders.
If you are new to margin trading, there are a few terms and concepts you may not be familiar with. Let's go over them by looking at the changes to the user interface.
When you borrow funds and make a trade, a position will open. If you buy, you are opening what is called a long position. If you sell, you are opening a short position. Note that as you continue to trade, your position may change; for example, if you open a short by selling 300 XMR, but then buy 600 XMR, your short will become a long. When you close your position, your loans are settled automatically. If you close your position at a profit, the profit will be credited to your margin account; if you close at a loss, the amounts needed to settle your loans will be deducted from your margin account.
A forced liquidation is when all or part of your positions are closed automatically to prevent further loss and ensure you do not default on your loans. Forced liquidations are executed using one or more market orders; as such, order book liquidity at the time of these orders will affect the extent of the losses you incur from the liquidation. Forced liquidations occur when your Current Margin dips below your Maintenance Margin. It is strongly advised that you check the markets and your open positions regularly, mitigating your risk as necessary by reducing the size of your positions or transferring additional collateral into your margin account. Markets can change very quickly, and no guarantee can be made that you will receive a Margin Call warning in time for you to prevent a forced liquidation.
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Going forward, we have a multiyear plan to spend more than $100M to develop and expand Poloniex, and we are very excited to continue working with the amazing global community of Poloniex customers. The cryptocurrency revolution has just begun, and we’re in it for the long haul.
With the addition of margin trading, you now have three separate accounts in which you can store your deposited funds: exchange, margin, and lending. Your exchange account holds the funds you use for regular trading on the Exchange tab. Your margin account holds collateral used to secure loans used in margin trading. Your lending account holds funds you can loan to other users and earn interest on.
While the Poloniex team is spinning out, we continue to be very excited about the plans our Circle colleagues have to move forward and grow as a business without Poloniex. You can read more about the Circle plans in this blog post.
When you deposit funds, they first go to your exchange account. In order to margin trade, you will need to transfer some funds to your margin account at the Transfer Balances page. You may fund your margin account with any currency for which margin trading is enabled.
Margin trading is essentially trading with borrowed funds instead of your own. When you place a margin order, all of the money you are using is borrowed from other users offering their funds as peer-to-peer loans. The funds in your margin account are used only as collateral for these loans and to settle debts to lenders.
If you are new to margin trading, there are a few terms and concepts you may not be familiar with. Let's go over them by looking at the changes to the user interface.
When you borrow funds and make a trade, a position will open. If you buy, you are opening what is called a long position. If you sell, you are opening a short position. Note that as you continue to trade, your position may change; for example, if you open a short by selling 300 XMR, but then buy 600 XMR, your short will become a long. When you close your position, your loans are settled automatically. If you close your position at a profit, the profit will be credited to your margin account; if you close at a loss, the amounts needed to settle your loans will be deducted from your margin account.
We are excited to announce that we are spinning out from Circle into a new company, Polo Digital Assets, Ltd., with the backing of a major investment group. The spinout will free us to focus on the needs of global crypto traders with new features, assets and services. Our first new offer to Poloniex traders is that effective October 21, 2019, all spot trading fees will be reduced to 0% until the end of the year. Poloniex intends to continue beyond that with highly competitive and creative pricing models for traders.
A forced liquidation is when all or part of your positions are closed automatically to prevent further loss and ensure you do not default on your loans. Forced liquidations are executed using one or more market orders; as such, order book liquidity at the time of these orders will affect the extent of the losses you incur from the liquidation. Forced liquidations occur when your Current Margin dips below your Maintenance Margin. It is strongly advised that you check the markets and your open positions regularly, mitigating your risk as necessary by reducing the size of your positions or transferring additional collateral into your margin account. Markets can change very quickly, and no guarantee can be made that you will receive a Margin Call warning in time for you to prevent a forced liquidation.
Once you have placed your offer, it becomes available for margin traders to use. Margin traders will consume lending offers starting with the lowest rate. If a lower rate becomes available after a margin trader's loan has been opened, the contract may be transferred to the lower rate. Remember, a loan can always be closed early by the taker, so be sure to offer competitive rates if you want the best chance of your offers being taken.
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Margin trading is essentially trading with borrowed funds instead of your own. When you place a margin order, all of the money you are using is borrowed from other users offering their funds as peer-to-peer loans. The funds in your margin account are used only as collateral for these loans and to settle debts to lenders.
If you are new to margin trading, there are a few terms and concepts you may not be familiar with. Let's go over them by looking at the changes to the user interface.
When you borrow funds and make a trade, a position will open. If you buy, you are opening what is called a long position. If you sell, you are opening a short position. Note that as you continue to trade, your position may change; for example, if you open a short by selling 300 XMR, but then buy 600 XMR, your short will become a long. When you close your position, your loans are settled automatically. If you close your position at a profit, the profit will be credited to your margin account; if you close at a loss, the amounts needed to settle your loans will be deducted from your margin account.
A forced liquidation is when all or part of your positions are closed automatically to prevent further loss and ensure you do not default on your loans. Forced liquidations are executed using one or more market orders; as such, order book liquidity at the time of these orders will affect the extent of the losses you incur from the liquidation. Forced liquidations occur when your Current Margin dips below your Maintenance Margin. It is strongly advised that you check the markets and your open positions regularly, mitigating your risk as necessary by reducing the size of your positions or transferring additional collateral into your margin account. Markets can change very quickly, and no guarantee can be made that you will receive a Margin Call warning in time for you to prevent a forced liquidation.
Once you have placed your offer, it becomes available for margin traders to use. Margin traders will consume lending offers starting with the lowest rate. If a lower rate becomes available after a margin trader's loan has been opened, the contract may be transferred to the lower rate. Remember, a loan can always be closed early by the taker, so be sure to offer competitive rates if you want the best chance of your offers being taken
We are excited to announce that we are spinning out from Circle into a new company, Polo Digital Assets, Ltd., with the backing of a major investment group. The spinout will free us to focus on the needs of global crypto traders with new features, assets and services. Our first new offer to Poloniex traders is that effective October 21, 2019, all spot trading fees will be reduced to 0% until the end of the year. Poloniex intends to continue beyond that with highly competitive and creative pricing models for traders.
Going forward, we have a multiyear plan to spend more than $100M to develop and expand Poloniex, and we are very excited to continue working with the amazing global community of Poloniex customers. The cryptocurrency revolution has just begun, and we’re in it for the long haul.
With the addition of margin trading, you now have three separate accounts in which you can store your deposited funds: exchange, margin, and lending. Your exchange account holds the funds you use for regular trading on the Exchange tab. Your margin account holds collateral used to secure loans used in margin trading. Your lending account holds funds you can loan to other users and earn interest on.
While the Poloniex team is spinning out, we continue to be very excited about the plans our Circle colleagues have to move forward and grow as a business without Poloniex. You can read more about the Circle plans in this blog post.
When you deposit funds, they first go to your exchange account. In order to margin trade, you will need to transfer some funds to your margin account at the Transfer Balances page. You may fund your margin account with any currency for which margin trading is enabled.
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Margin trading is essentially trading with borrowed funds instead of your own. When you place a margin order, all of the money you are using is borrowed from other users offering their funds as peer-to-peer loans. The funds in your margin account are used only as collateral for these loans and to settle debts to lenders.
If you are new to margin trading, there are a few terms and concepts you may not be familiar with. Let's go over them by looking at the changes to the user interface.
When you borrow funds and make a trade, a position will open. If you buy, you are opening what is called a long position. If you sell, you are opening a short position. Note that as you continue to trade, your position may change; for example, if you open a short by selling 300 XMR, but then buy 600 XMR, your short will become a long. When you close your position, your loans are settled automatically. If you close your position at a profit, the profit will be credited to your margin account; if you close at a loss, the amounts needed to settle your loans will be deducted from your margin account.
We are excited to announce that we are spinning out from Circle into a new company, Polo Digital Assets, Ltd., with the backing of a major investment group. The spinout will free us to focus on the needs of global crypto traders with new features, assets and services. Our first new offer to Poloniex traders is that effective October 21, 2019, all spot trading fees will be reduced to 0% until the end of the year. Poloniex intends to continue beyond that with highly competitive and creative pricing models for traders.
Going forward, we have a multiyear plan to spend more than $100M to develop and expand Poloniex, and we are very excited to continue working with the amazing global community of Poloniex customers. The cryptocurrency revolution has just begun, and we’re in it for the long haul.
With the addition of margin trading, you now have three separate accounts in which you can store your deposited funds: exchange, margin, and lending. Your exchange account holds the funds you use for regular trading on the Exchange tab. Your margin account holds collateral used to secure loans used in margin trading. Your lending account holds funds you can loan to other users and earn interest on.
While the Poloniex team is spinning out, we continue to be very excited about the plans our Circle colleagues have to move forward and grow as a business without Poloniex. You can read more about the Circle plans in this blog post.
When you deposit funds, they first go to your exchange account. In order to margin trade, you will need to transfer some funds to your margin account at the Transfer Balances page. You may fund your margin account with any currency for which margin trading is enabled.
A forced liquidation is when all or part of your positions are closed automatically to prevent further loss and ensure you do not default on your loans. Forced liquidations are executed using one or more market orders; as such, order book liquidity at the time of these orders will affect the extent of the losses you incur from the liquidation. Forced liquidations occur when your Current Margin dips below your Maintenance Margin. It is strongly advised that you check the markets and your open positions regularly, mitigating your risk as necessary by reducing the size of your positions or transferring additional collateral into your margin account. Markets can change very quickly, and no guarantee can be made that you will receive a Margin Call warning in time for you to prevent a forced liquidation.
Once you have placed your offer, it becomes available for margin traders to use. Margin traders will consume lending offers starting with the lowest rate. If a lower rate becomes available after a margin trader's loan has been opened, the contract may be transferred to the lower rate. Remember, a loan can always be closed early by the taker, so be sure to offer competitive rates if you want the best chance of your offers being taken.
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Going forward, we have a multiyear plan to spend more than $100M to develop and expand Poloniex, and we are very excited to continue working with the amazing global community of Poloniex customers. The cryptocurrency revolution has just begun, and we’re in it for the long haul.
With the addition of margin trading, you now have three separate accounts in which you can store your deposited funds: exchange, margin, and lending. Your exchange account holds the funds you use for regular trading on the Exchange tab. Your margin account holds collateral used to secure loans used in margin trading. Your lending account holds funds you can loan to other users and earn interest on.
While the Poloniex team is spinning out, we continue to be very excited about the plans our Circle colleagues have to move forward and grow as a business without Poloniex. You can read more about the Circle plans in this blog post.
When you deposit funds, they first go to your exchange account. In order to margin trade, you will need to transfer some funds to your margin account at the Transfer Balances page. You may fund your margin account with any currency for which margin trading is enabled.
Margin trading is essentially trading with borrowed funds instead of your own. When you place a margin order, all of the money you are using is borrowed from other users offering their funds as peer-to-peer loans. The funds in your margin account are used only as collateral for these loans and to settle debts to lenders.
If you are new to margin trading, there are a few terms and concepts you may not be familiar with. Let's go over them by looking at the changes to the user interface.
When you borrow funds and make a trade, a position will open. If you buy, you are opening what is called a long position. If you sell, you are opening a short position. Note that as you continue to trade, your position may change; for example, if you open a short by selling 300 XMR, but then buy 600 XMR, your short will become a long. When you close your position, your loans are settled automatically. If you close your position at a profit, the profit will be credited to your margin account; if you close at a loss, the amounts needed to settle your loans will be deducted from your margin account.
We are excited to announce that we are spinning out from Circle into a new company, Polo Digital Assets, Ltd., with the backing of a major investment group. The spinout will free us to focus on the needs of global crypto traders with new features, assets and services. Our first new offer to Poloniex traders is that effective October 21, 2019, all spot trading fees will be reduced to 0% until the end of the year. Poloniex intends to continue beyond that with highly competitive and creative pricing models for traders.
A forced liquidation is when all or part of your positions are closed automatically to prevent further loss and ensure you do not default on your loans. Forced liquidations are executed using one or more market orders; as such, order book liquidity at the time of these orders will affect the extent of the losses you incur from the liquidation. Forced liquidations occur when your Current Margin dips below your Maintenance Margin. It is strongly advised that you check the markets and your open positions regularly, mitigating your risk as necessary by reducing the size of your positions or transferring additional collateral into your margin account. Markets can change very quickly, and no guarantee can be made that you will receive a Margin Call warning in time for you to prevent a forced liquidation.
Once you have placed your offer, it becomes available for margin traders to use. Margin traders will consume lending offers starting with the lowest rate. If a lower rate becomes available after a margin trader's loan has been opened, the contract may be transferred to the lower rate. Remember, a loan can always be closed early by the taker, so be sure to offer competitive rates if you want the best chance of your offers being taken.
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When you borrow funds and make a trade, a position will open. If you buy, you are opening what is called a long position. If you sell, you are opening a short position. Note that as you continue to trade, your position may change; for example, if you open a short by selling 300 XMR, but then buy 600 XMR, your short will become a long. When you close your position, your loans are settled automatically. If you close your position at a profit, the profit will be credited to your margin account; if you close at a loss, the amounts needed to settle your loans will be deducted from your margin account.
A forced liquidation is when all or part of your positions are closed automatically to prevent further loss and ensure you do not default on your loans. Forced liquidations are executed using one or more market orders; as such, order book liquidity at the time of these orders will affect the extent of the losses you incur from the liquidation. Forced liquidations occur when your Current Margin dips below your Maintenance Margin. It is strongly advised that you check the markets and your open positions regularly, mitigating your risk as necessary by reducing the size of your positions or transferring additional collateral into your margin account. Markets can change very quickly, and no guarantee can be made that you will receive a Margin Call warning in time for you to prevent a forced liquidation.
Once you have placed your offer, it becomes available for margin traders to use. Margin traders will consume lending offers starting with the lowest rate. If a lower rate becomes available after a margin trader's loan has been opened, the contract may be transferred to the lower rate. Remember, a loan can always be closed early by the taker, so be sure to offer competitive rates if you want the best chance of your offers being taken
We are excited to announce that we are spinning out from Circle into a new company, Polo Digital Assets, Ltd., with the backing of a major investment group. The spinout will free us to focus on the needs of global crypto traders with new features, assets and services. Our first new offer to Poloniex traders is that effective October 21, 2019, all spot trading fees will be reduced to 0% until the end of the year. Poloniex intends to continue beyond that with highly competitive and creative pricing models for traders.
Going forward, we have a multiyear plan to spend more than $100M to develop and expand Poloniex, and we are very excited to continue working with the amazing global community of Poloniex customers. The cryptocurrency revolution has just begun, and we’re in it for the long haul.
With the addition of margin trading, you now have three separate accounts in which you can store your deposited funds: exchange, margin, and lending. Your exchange account holds the funds you use for regular trading on the Exchange tab. Your margin account holds collateral used to secure loans used in margin trading. Your lending account holds funds you can loan to other users and earn interest on.
While the Poloniex team is spinning out, we continue to be very excited about the plans our Circle colleagues have to move forward and grow as a business without Poloniex. You can read more about the Circle plans in this blog post.
When you deposit funds, they first go to your exchange account. In order to margin trade, you will need to transfer some funds to your margin account at the Transfer Balances page. You may fund your margin account with any currency for which margin trading is enabled.
Going forward, we have a multiyear plan to spend more than $100M to develop and expand Poloniex, and we are very excited to continue working with the amazing global community of Poloniex customers. The cryptocurrency revolution has just begun, and we’re in it for the long haul.
We are excited to announce that we are spinning out from Circle into a new company, Polo Digital Assets, Ltd., with the backing of a major investment group. The spinout will free us to focus on the needs of global crypto traders with new features, assets and services. Our first new offer to Poloniex traders is that effective October 21, 2019, all spot trading fees will be reduced to 0% until the end of the year. Poloniex intends to continue beyond that with highly competitive and creative pricing models for traders.
Margin trading is essentially trading with borrowed funds instead of your own. When you place a margin order, all of the money you are using is borrowed from other users offering their funds as peer-to-peer loans. The funds in your margin account are used only as collateral for these loans and to settle debts to lenders.
If you are new to margin trading, there are a few terms and concepts you may not be familiar with. Let's go over them by looking at the changes to the user interface.
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Blocery (BLY) is now on Poloniex BLY wallets are now open and you can begin depositing BLY and trading BLY/USDT. To celebrate our new listing, we’re kicking off our Blocery Trading Competition. From August 20, 2020 at 03:00 UTC to August 27, 2020 at 02:59 UTC, customers who trade at least 25,000 BLY will win from a total prize pool of 250,000 Margin trading is essentially trading with borrowed funds instead of your own. When you place a margin order, all of the money you are using is borrowed from other users offering their funds as peer-to-peer loans. The funds in your margin account are used only as collateral for these loans and to settle debts to lenders. Margin Trading Key Terms Transfer Balances - t he transfer balances tab can be used to transfer balances between holding accounts within Poloniex (margin, lending, exchange accounts). position - t he trade(s) a customer has made. Positions can be either long or short positions. Margin Trading Margin trading is essentially trading with borrowed funds instead of your own. When you place a margin order, all of the money you are using is borrowed from other users offering their funds as peer-to-peer loans. Margin trading is essentially trading with borrowed funds instead of your own to maximize potential gains. When you place a margin order, all of the money you are using is borrowed from other users offering their funds as peer-to-peer loans.

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