Dear BigONE Users:
The BigONE trading fee VIP upgrading system has been officially launched. The details are as follows:
- Ordinary Users: 0.1% trading fee (after deducting the assets received by the user after the transaction);
- VIP Users: The trading fee rate standard is determined based on the cumulative trading volume (equivalent to BTC) of the last 30 days; BigONE will automatically calculate the user's cumulative trading volume at 17:00:00 (UTC) daily. The cumulative transaction volume for the last 30 days, and the trading fee level will be automatically updated at 20:00:00 (UTC) daily.
- The system will be effective immediately.
- The system and the subsequent rights of other related activities do not affect each other and can be superimposed.
What is “Last 30 Days Trading Volume"?
The volume of trading in the past 30 days refers to the transaction volume of the user in the last 30 days in the crypto-to-crypto currency trading area. The price of the cryptocurrency is converted to BTC at the time of the transaction. BigONE will automatically calculate the user's cumulative trading volume at 17:00:00 (UTC) daily. The cumulative transaction volume for the last 30 days, and the trading fee level will be automatically updated at 20:00:00 (UTC) daily.
What is the Maker Ratio?
The Maker ratio is the rate at which the pending order is filled. Place an order at the price you specify (below the market price or higher than the market price) will not immediately match other existing orders in order book but will enter the order book to wait for the other users to take the initiative to deal with your order. Such an action is called a maker order.
What is the Taker Ratio?
"Taker rate is the rate of the taken order transaction. Take an order refers to the price you specify (intersect with other orders in the order book). When you place an order, you will immediately deal with the other orders in the order book. You are willing to take the initiative with the pending order. The order in the transaction, such behavior is called a taker order.
BigONE Thank you for your continued support and understanding.
April 18, 2019