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Given that the minimum trade size on DXS is $0.01, what happens when a trader makes a profit of less than $0.01? The answer is that DXS holds the sub-cent profits and aggregates them until they at least exceed $0.01, at which point payment is made to the trader's wallet.
The same mechanism is true for small positions that are closed at a loss and require margin return of less than $0.01. Sub-cent amounts are simply held and aggregated until they at least exceed $0.01.
Aggregated sub-cent amounts show as part of the trader's 'Unsettled' balance on the account tab of DXS:
In the market data section for each asset listed on DXS there is a ‘User Amount’ field:
This is the maximum position each user can take on this particular market across all wallets. Remember, position size includes leverage.
Swapping wallets does not reset this limit.