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How to Trade Spot on CoinUnited.io
How to Trade Spot on CoinUnited.io

A comprehensive guide to trading cryptocurrencies through the spot market on CoinUnited.io

Updated over a week ago

A spot trade is a basic transaction between a buyer and a seller at the current market rate, known as the spot price. The transaction is immediately executed when the order is fulfilled.

CoinUnited.io allows users to prepare spot trades in advance to be triggered when a specific (better) spot price is reached, known as a limit order.

Table of Contents

CoinUnited.io APP

1. Go to 【Wallet】on your CoinUnited.io APP

2. Select a coin you wish to trade and tap【Trade】>【Convert】

3. The default order type is a market order. By choosing a market order, you can trade instantly at the current market price.

Fill in the amount for your order and tap【Trade】

4. Tap【Accept】for price updated and 【Trade】again to complete the trade

5. If you want to place an order in advance to trigger when a specific/ better spot price is reached, you may switch to 【Limit Order】

Fill in the price and amount for your order. Tap【Limit Buy】to complete the transaction. You can follow the same steps to sell.


CoinUnited.io Web Platform

1. Go to 【Trade】on the CoinUnited.io Web Platform

2. Select a coin you wish to trade

3. The default order type is a market order. By choosing a market order, you can trade instantly at the current market price.

Fill in the amount for your order and click【Trade】

4. Click【Confirm Trade】to complete the trade

5. If you want to place an order in advance to trigger when a specific/ better spot price is reached, you may switch to 【Limit Order】.

Fill in the price and amount for your order. Click【Limit Buy】to complete the transaction. You can follow the same steps to sell.


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