After creating a new account successfully, 10 BTC will be given to the simulated account, which can be operated at any time.
There are two ways to switch to the simulation model.
Log in and turn to the Trade page, click "Trade" on the top of the screen, and then choose "Simulation".
Press "confirm" and then start the demo trading.
Log in and turn to the account page, click the "Simulation" button and switch to the simulation model.
Successfully switched to the simulated trading page.
Click the "Market" button at the bottom to enter the market page, where you can see each token's real-time price.
Choose the trading pair you want and enter the page, then you can start demo trading instantly. Example: ETH/USDT
Click the trading pair, and you can enter the trading page.
Then click the "Buy/Up" or "Sell/Down" button to place the order page.
On the place order page, one can open a limit order or a market order to trade as needed.
Limit means, you are allowed to preset the price of a Buy/Up or Sell/Down order, and when the market reaches the price you set, the limit order will be opened by the system if the free margin is enough.
Limit orders on Bexplus will not occupy margin like other trading platforms.
Market means that you open a long or short position instantly according to the market price at that moment by entering the volume you want and clicking the "Buy/Up" or "Sell/Down" button.
Press the return button "←" in the upper left corner and click the "Trade" button on the bottom. Then you'll see the limit order or opening position you just made as below.
1) Open orders: the opening positions
2) Limit orders: the pending orders
3) History: the closed positions
If you want to close an opening position/order, please click the corresponding position and you'll see the options below.
1) Management: to check position info and close the position
2) Quick closing: a quick way to close the position
3) Profit and loss: when the market reaches the price you preset, it will operate automatically. For more details about it, please refer to What Is "Take-profit Order" and "Stop-loss Order"?