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What Is Leverage in Crypto Trading?

In crypto trading, leverage refers to using borrowed capital to make trades. Leverage trading can amplify your buying or selling power, allowing you to trade larger amounts. So even if your initial capital is small, you can use it as collateral to make leveraged trades. While leveraged trading can multiply your potential profits, it is […]

Instructor Gergő Várhegyi
Updated March 23, 2022

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In crypto trading, leverage refers to using borrowed capital to make trades. Leverage trading can amplify your buying or selling power, allowing you to trade larger amounts. So even if your initial capital is small, you can use it as collateral to make leveraged trades. While leveraged trading can multiply your potential profits, it is also subject to high risk – especially in the volatile crypto market. Be careful when using leverage to trade crypto. It may lead to substantial losses if the market moves against your position.

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What Is Leverage in Crypto Trading?
In crypto trading, leverage refers to using borrowed capital to make trades. Leverage trading can amplify your buying or selling power, allowing you to trade larger amounts. So even if your initial capital is small, you can use it as collateral to make leveraged trades. While leveraged trading can multiply your potential profits, it is also subject to high risk - especially in the volatile crypto market. Be careful when using leverage to trade crypto. It may lead to substantial losses if the market moves against your position.

  • Introduction
  • What is leverage in crypto trading?
  • How does leveraged trading work?
  • Example of a leveraged long position
  • Example of a leveraged short position
  • Why use leverage to trade crypto?
  • How to manage risks with leveraged trading?
  • How to use Margin Trading on Binance?
  • Closing thoughts

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