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 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 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.
There is no need to deposit funds into DXS. Traders trade on DXS directly from their wallets, only paying the margin balance for each position they open.
Profit is only limited by the session’s liquidity value, which is updated in real-time and can be found in the trading session window.
This amount is calculated as total trading losses in the current 8 hour trading session combined with 0.33% of the liquidity pool.
If your profits exceed session liquidity, all profitable positions closed in the trading session will be equally deducted using the profit deduction engine built into the Open Liquidity Protocol.