What is Liquid Infinity?

Liquid Infinity is a new feature on Liquid that facilitates Bitcoin contract-for-difference (CFD) trading with up to 100x leverage. 

Difference between Liquidation Price, Margin Breach & Bankruptcy

Each of these terms refers to your margin coverage, expressed as a percentage, which is the amount of funds you have available in your wallet to cover your positions if the market moves against your trade direction. 

Liquidation Price is at 110%, Margin Breach at 100% and Bankruptcy price at 0%.

Why do leverage levels have limits?

Liquid Infinity is a high-risk trading feature. To mitigate risk for both parties each leverage level has a position size limit. How much leverage you can take depends on the size of your position.

What are the position size limits for leverage levels?

How much leverage you can take depends on the size of your position. Please see the table below to see the assigned leverage relationship with position size.

Is there a max position size? 

It is 350 BTC. 

Is Liquid Infinity margin trading? 

Liquid Infinity is Contract-For-Difference trading on leverage.

Liquid Infinity facilitates the trading of perpetual contracts. 

Which countries are/aren’t allowed to use Liquid Infinity?

All Liquid users outside of Japan are able to use Liquid Infinity. 

What is the difference between Liquid Infinity, Margin, and spot?

Liquid Infinity is Contract-For-Difference trading on leverage. 

Margin trading is trading real assets on leverage. 

Spot trading is the exchange of assets without leverage.

What is the maximum position duration?

There is no maximum position duration.

What currencies can I fund my trades with?


What trading pairs are available on Liquid Infinity?


Leveraged trading is a high-risk activity that can result in losses that exceed deposits

Taking on such risk may not be suitable for everyone, which is something you’ll have to decide for yourself. 

Before trading on leverage, make sure that you fully understand the risks and costs involved by reading our Terms of Use, Trading Rules and Risk Disclosure statements.

For an introduction to trading on leverage and associated risks, please read these articles 

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