The so-called limit transaction is a pending order transaction. You can set the buy/sell price yourself, and the transaction can be done when the market price fluctuates to the price you set. When the price of the pending order to sell is lower than the current market price, the transaction will be executed at the market price; when the price of the pending order to buy is higher than the current market price, the transaction will be executed at the market price.
1. Open the GX.COM APP, log in to your account, and click the "Home" or "Transaction" button below to enter the main trading interface, as shown in the figure:
2. For example, if you want to use USDT to trade BTC, click to select the BTC/USDT trading pair, and you can enter the trading page of this trading pair, as shown in the figure:
3. Then you can choose limit trading according to your needs. For example, at the time of writing, the BTC price is 18000 USDT. I personally think it will fall to 17900 USDT, so I placed a limit order of 17900 USDT to buy 1 BTC. If the BTC market drops to the 17900 USDT of my pending order, then my transaction will be executed. For the same reason, I personally think that BTC can rise to 18200, so I placed a limit order to sell 1 BTC at 18200 USDT. If the BTC market rises to the 18200 USDT of my pending order, then my transaction will be executed. If I want to close the transaction as soon as possible, I can also look at the market order, buy and sell BTC at the price of the buy and sell order, and trade at the market price. Of course, the premise is that I have USDT in my account to buy BTC, and BTC to sell. As shown below:
4. In addition to providing professional K-line charts with TradingView, GX.COM will display the prices of current buyer and seller pending orders below the K-line chart, and provide transaction data. You can also adjust your transactions in time based on real-time trading market conditions. Strategy.