The fees for Liquid Infinity are in line with the fees on the rest of the platform.

There is a 0.05% fee for both opening and closing a position when fees are paid with QASH/LQC. If you do not pay with QASH/LQC, your fee will be 0.1% for both opening and closing a position. 

Additional fee in case of liquidation

When a margin call is triggered, the system will liquidate your position automatically.

An additional liquidation fee of 0.2% is added to the trade fee of 0.1%, which will be charged on your position.

Trade fee + Additional liquidation trade fee -> 0.1% + 0.2% = 0.3%

Trade fee paid by QASH/LC + Additional liquidation trade fee -> 0.05% + 0.2% = 0.25%

Financing Fee

As stated in our Terms and Conditions, we would like to communicate that financing fees for Infinity and CFD products are now floating fees and subject to change at company discretion.

For example :

Financing fees are charged every 8 hours. The fee is 0.05% per day. Therefore, every 8 hours a financing fee of (0.05% / 3) will be charged (~0.016667%).

Financing fees will be charged at 0:00 UTC, 8:00 UTC, and 16:00 UTC.

Fees are published on the Trading Dashboards and can be confirmed at the time of opening a position. It is the responsibility of the user to check these fees prior to opening a position and during the time the position remains open.

Please note that financing fees may also change for already open positions. In other words, the financing fee at time of opening is not fixed for the duration the position is kept open and can change at company discretion

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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