The BTSE order book is where you can see what buy and sell orders are in play at the moment on the BTSE exchange.
Cryptocurrency exchanges often host three basic order types that customers can use: limit orders, market orders, and index orders.
Advanced order types can be useful for predetermining trade risk and target points.
Closing a position refers to the action of taking profit or cutting a loss by terminating an open position
Listed below order details, you will find the following fields: margin requirement liquidation price, leverage, and maximum size.
On the left-hand side below order details, you will find margin mode/leverage.
Under margin mode/leverage. Risk limit refers to your position size relative to the amount of leverage you are using.
The funding rate is an ever-changing aspect of futures trading, seen on many exchanges in the crypto space.
Wallet balances on the BTSE exchange depend on which product you are trading. There are several places in which you can view your wallet balances.