NEXINTER is a world-class digital assets trading platform built on decades of experience and regulatory compliance.
Our operational objectives are top performance, large trading capacity, broad application, and deep market penetration. Integrating the strict KYC and AML mechanisms, we are increasing and perfecting the compliance with the current regulation to maximize the asset safety.
From your current financial management to your digital assets investment strategy, NEXINTER allows for seamless integration between the two, providing a link between all relevant or fiat digital assets.
Our vision is to provide a safe, fully reliable, and trading user-friendly platform for trading digital assets that will stand the test of time and regulations.
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Our basic trading features are designed for holders and passive traders who believe in long-term investment strategies, to enable them to acquire digital assets of their choice.
A market order is a buy or sell order to be executed immediately at current market prices. As long as there are consenting sellers and buyers, market orders are filled.
Market orders are therefore used when the certainty of execution is a priority over the price of execution. A market order is the simplest of the order types, and it is executed instantaneously.
A limit order is an order to buy or sell a token at a specific price or better. A buy limit order can only be executed at the limit price or lower, whereas a sell limit order can only be executed at the limit price or higher. A limit order is not guaranteed to execute, because it is not certain that the price will reach the level the trader has set.
A limit order is used for traders who believe in long-term trend. Furthermore, if a trader has established a strategy that a particular coin will reach an uptrend after breaking out the resistance levels, they will set a limit order to buy a coin after reaching a certain price.
Stop Loss limit
A stop limit order is a conditional trade over a set timeframe that combines the features of stop order with those of a limit order and is used to mitigate risk. The stop-limit order will be executed at a specified price or better – after a given stop price has been reached. Once the stop price is reached, the stop-limit order becomes a limit order to buy or sell at the limit price or better.
These basic trading features will enable passive traders to enter the market and set up basic orders for their long-term strategies.
Advanced trading features are designed for traders who are actively trading on a daily basis and are seeking for short swings in prices to profit on smaller percentage but more frequently. To enable them this possibility, we need to integrate more advanced trading features.
Current trading features on the Nexinter platform
Trailing stop market
A sell trailing stop order sets the stop price at a fixed amount below the market price, with an attached "trail" amount.
As the asset price rises, the stop price rises by the trail amount. However, if the token price falls, the stop loss price doesn't change, and a market order is submitted when the stop price is reached.
Traders will be able to set a percentage (%) of trailing stop, and if the market goes up the trailing percentage (%) will stay the same.
Trailing stop limit
A sell trailing stop limit order moves with the market price, and continually recalculates the stop trigger price at a fixed amount below the market price, based on the user-defined "trail" amount.
The limit order price is also continually recalculated based on the limit offset.
Fill or kill (FOK)
A FOK order is "an order to buy or sell a token that must be executed immediately"—a few seconds, customarily—and in its entirety; otherwise, the entire order is canceled; no partial fulfillments are allowed.
Due to the very volatile digital assets market, this will enable traders to execute the order immediately.
However, if the market moves too quickly and if the liquidity is insufficient making the order not possible to execute immediately, the order will not be executed, which will enable traders to enter the order at a different price.
Immediate or Cancel (IOC)
An IOC order requires the entire order or part of the order to be executed immediately, and any unfilled parts of the order are canceled.
Partial fills are accepted with this type of order duration, unlike a fill-or-kill order (FOK), which must be filled immediately in its entirety or be canceled.
The difference between FOK and IOC is that FOK is either entirely executed or canceled, while IOC can be partially executed and the rest is canceled.
Reserve order (Iceberg)
Iceberg orders are large single orders that have been divided into smaller limit orders, usually through the use of an automated program, to hide the actual order quantity.
The term "Iceberg" comes from the fact that the visible lots are just the "tip of the iceberg", given the higher number of limit orders ready to be placed.