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    What is leverage trading and how does it work? Leverage trading, or margin trading, involves using borrowed funds to increase a trading position, amplifying both potential gains and losses.
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    What are the challenges of leverage trading with low cap tokens? Challenges include high volatility, liquidity issues, market manipulation risks, regulatory constraints, and the limited availability of leverage.
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    How does your platform ensure safety in leverage trading? We use advanced smart contracts for automating and securing trades, backed by rigorous testing and auditing for maximum safety. Read More
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    What are the fees associated with using your platform for leverage trading? We charge a 5% fee when a trader enters a position, which is used to cover operational costs and enhance platform security. Read More
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    Is there a possibility of fee reduction in the future? Yes, we aim to lower our fees in the future to make leverage trading more accessible and cost-effective for a wider range of traders.
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    How does your platform handle liquidation in leverage trading? Liquidation is manually executed when a trade approaches the liquidation threshold, monitored by our platform's management team. Read More
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    Why might some leverage pools need to be closed? Pools may be closed to protect investor interests and platform integrity due to collective loss risks, liquidity challenges, and market manipulation risks. Read More
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    Can you explain the concept of liquidity migration? Liquidity migration involves shifting to new contracts for technological advancements or modifying pool offerings, ensuring platform agility and compliance. Read More
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    How does your platform manage new coin listings? New coin listings are managed through a dedicated application form for community submissions, alongside automatic listings of partner and trending tokens. Read More
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