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  • Bullex created an article,

    I am a citizen from outside of the EU and I really like to use Bullex as a fully verified customer! What can I do?

    Great to hear that you want to be part of Bullex! As we explained here we cannot accept everyone in our Bullex trade rewards program. Serious traders who will actively use our platform are of cours...

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    Target countries

    Since our marketing budget is finite, we need to think very carefully about where to spend our euros. Unfortunately, we do not have sufficient funds to let everyone participate in the Bullex trade ...

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    Which Fees apply at Bullex?

    At Bullex two types of fees apply: Transaction fees Withdraw fees Transaction fees are charged for every trade that takes place at Bullex. This means the transaction fees will only apply when an ...

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    What limits apply to deposits and withdrawals for Tier 3 accounts?

    To comply with law & regulations we have implemented limits to withdrawals at Bullex. These limits are dependent on the Tier verification level of your account. The following limits apply to cu...

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    How to use our loyalty token (DRPU)?

    Bullex has introduced a possibility for its customers to get a discount on transaction fees. You can get a discount of 50% when you pay your transaction fee with our loyalty token: DRP Utility (DRP...

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    How do currency pairs (or 'trading pairs') work?

    Trading at Bullex always involves Currency pairs. These pairs are displayed as, for example 'ETH/BTC'. In such a pair the first currency is refered to as the Quote currency (in our example: 'ETH'),...

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    Trading Glossary

      Term Description Order book          The order book is a list of all current buy and sell orders for a specific currency pair, which may be used to fill orders Ask An order listed on...

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    What is the difference between a Stop and a Limit order?

    When you place a Stop or Limit order, it means that you don't want to trade at the current market price, but that you want your order to be executed when the Market price moves in a certain directi...

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    What is a Limit order?

    Limit orders are designed to give you more control over the buying and selling prices of your trades. Prior to placing a Limit buy order, a maximum acceptable purchase price amount must be selected...

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    What is a Market order?

    Market orders are transactions meant to execute at the present market price. It buys or sells as quickly as possible to available limit orders currently sitting on the order book. With a Market ord...