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BEEX.one is The First Fully Transparent Integrated Crypto Exchange.

This guide will walk you through all the important site functions, from setting up your account to depositing funds, using them for day trading and withdrawing your profits to external wallets.

Contents

  • How to open a BEEX.one account
  • How to fund your BEEX.one account
  • BEEX.one interface guide
  • Basic Trading
  • What is a market order
  • When should you use a market order
  • What is a market order
  • When should you use a market order
  • How to withdraw on BEEX.one

How to open a BEEX.one account

Before opening a BEEX.one account, you need a regular email account or a phone number. If you have one, you can go to BEEX.one and click on Sign up in the top right corner of your screen. Then follow these steps:

  1. Enter your email address or phone number and create a safe password. Click on Send code for receive a verification code, paste it in the verification code box. If you have a invitation code, paste it in the invitation code box.
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  3. When you are ready, click on Sign Up.
  4. Next, log in to your BEEX.one account. And that’s it, you’re ready to trade!

In order to begin trading cryptocurrencies on BEEX.one, you will need to deposit funds into your BEEX.one account.

How to fund your BEEX.one account

BEEX.one supports trading of over 40 different cryptocurrencies, and you can deposit any one of these onto the exchange.

From the homepage of BEEX.one, move your mouse up to your main menu. Click on Balance and you will see the dropdown menu, click on “Wallet,” and you will be directed to the wallet page.

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Once on the wallet page, you will be able to select which coin you wish to deposit. BEEX.one supports the deposit of over 40 cryptocurrencies. However, it’s important to note that sometimes deposits will be unavailable for certain cryptocurrencies if the wallet is undergoing maintenance.

The coin selection is on the left side of the screen, and the deposit details will be displayed on the right side.

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Depending on the cryptocurrency you have selected to deposit, there may be a specific process to deposit that coin.

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Now that you have your deposit details, you can open the wallet that you wish to send the deposit from.

Once you have send the transaction and your BEEX.one account will be credited shortly after.

BEEX.one interface guide

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  1. This is where you can get access to the main menu. If you wish to Log out, you can also do that from here.
  2. This is where you can choose your trading pair tab. BEEX.one offers Tether (USDT), Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH) pairs.
  3. This is your chart. In the top right corner of this area, you can switch between the integrated TradingView chart and a real-time visual representation of the current order book depth by clicking on Depth.
  4. This is where you can see live order book data. You can adjust the accuracy of the order book in the dropdown menu on the top right corner of this area (4 decimals by default).
  5. This is where you can enter your orders, and switch between different limit order and market order.
  6. This is where you can see a live feed of the trade history of BEEX.one.
  7. This is where you can monitor your trading activity. You can switch between the tabs to check your currently open and previously executed orders, and get a full trading and transaction history for a given period.

Basic Trading

  • Buy Asset is a simple trade: set your price and how much to buy. When someone sells at that price (shown in the Sell Orders table), the trade completes. There’s no time limit, so you can set low buys and wait for the price to drop, though you’ll lock the buying funds in your exchange wallet until the purchase completes or you cancel.
  • Sell Asset is a simple sale: set your price and how much to sell. When someone offers to buy at that price (shown in the Buy Orders table), the trade completes. Again, there’s no time limit, though you can’t move assets on sale to another wallet.

What is a market order?

A market order is an order to quickly buy or sell at the best available current price. It needs liquidity to be filled, meaning that it is executed based on the limit orders that were previously placed on the order book.

Unlike limit orders, where orders are placed on the order book, market orders are executed instantly at the current market price.

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When should you use a market order?

Market orders are handy in situations where getting your order filled is more important than getting a certain price. This means that you should only use market orders if you are willing to pay higher prices and fees caused by the slippage. In other words, market orders should only be used if you are in a rush.

Sometimes you might be in a situation where you had a stop-limit order that was passed over, and you need to buy/sell as soon as possible. So if you need to get into a trade right away or get yourself out of trouble, that’s when market orders come in handy.

However, if you’re just coming into crypto for the first time and you are using Bitcoin to buy some altcoins, avoid using market orders because you will be paying way more than you should. In this case, you should use limit orders.

What is a limit order?

A limit order is an order that you place on the order book with a specific limit price. The limit price is determined by you. So when you place a limit order, the trade will only be executed if the market price reaches your limit price (or better). Therefore, you may use limit orders to buy at a lower price or to sell at a higher price than the current market price.

Unlike market orders, where trades are executed instantly at the current market price, limit orders are placed on the order book and are not executed immediately.

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When should you use a limit order?

You should use limit orders when you are not in a rush to buy or sell. Unlike market orders, the limit orders are not executed instantly, so you need to wait until your ask/bid price is reached. Limit orders allow you to get better selling and buying prices and they are usually placed on major support and resistance levels. You may also split your buy/sell order into many smaller limit orders, so you get a cost average effect.

How to Withdraw on BEEX.one

Once on the wallet page, you will be able to select which coin you wish to withdraw.

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Depending on the cryptocurrency you have selected to withdraw, there may be a specific process to withdraw that coin.

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Now put withdrawal address and withdrawal amount, click Withdraw for confirm the transaction.

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