FTX

**We have halted price tracking and trading with FTX**

FTX was one of the newer cryptocurrency derivatives exchanges on the market and they have made a name for themselves in the community right out of the gate. FTX was founded in 2018 by Alameda Research Ltd, which is a quantitative trading and cryptocurrency liquidity provider led by CEO Sam Bankman-Fried. FTX received several rounds of funding in 2019 from notable investors such as Binance, Greylock Partners, and Liquid Value Capital.

Traders who used FTX enjoyed the ability to easily fund their account with several fiat currencies and switch between a dozens of digital assets. FTX maintained institutional grade trading API with deep order books that compliment the use of automated trading strategies executed by your FTX trading bots.

The ability to integrate and execute automated trades on FTX is available with all our available plans, regardless of the plan term. We never take fees from profitable trades or restrict execution of trades based on account activity.1

Exchange Details

  • Location Not Available
  • Daily Volume ฿ Not Available
  • Website Visit FTX

Available Trading Methods

  • Spot Trading
  • Margin Trading
  • Leverage Trading

Exchange Features

  • Proxy Servers
  • Multiple Accounts
  • Order Minimums
  • Fiat On-boarding

    Fund your account with USD, EUR, CAD, GBP, and AUD. FTX also accepts deposits using your credit card to quickly fund your account.

  • Large Spot Market

    FTX offers a plethora of choices for their spot markets on their platform from top Bitcoin pairs to the obscure.

  • Institutional Grade

    FTX trading API offers a reliable and stable integration with HaasOnline for a great algorithmic trading experience.

  • Low Fees & Discounts

    While using your FTX trading bot, you can choose to pay trading fees using the FTT token that ranges from a 3% to 60% reduction.

  • KYC Options

    Choose between three tiers from a non-kyc account with restrictions to fully verified with no deposit or withdrawal restrictions.

  • Extensive Support

    FTX offers a wide range of resources to help traders navigate the platform. There’s also a 24/7 ticket system for more complicated issues.

FTX Frequently Asked Questions

Is FTX exchange safe?

Apparently not as they've become insolvent.

What are FTX leveraged tokens?

Leveraged tokens were initially conceptualized by FTX and are a relatively new crypto asset that gives leveraged exposure to specific markets, without managing leveraged positions. An FTX leveraged token is an ERC-20 token issued on the Ethereum blockchain.

These tokens allow traders to get into leveraged positions without collateral, margin, or understanding funding rates. This increased exposure can allow for significant loss of value in a sideways or zig-zag market, and are not intended for long term holding.

FTX leveraged tokens allow similar functionality as other ETH tokens. Traders can buy, store, and transfer them while having leveraged exposure to the underlying asset.

Where is the FTX exchange located?

FTX states their main office of operations are located in Hong Kong. FTX is owned by FTX Trading Limited, a company incorporated in Antigua and Barbuda. The exact details of where the exchange infrastructure is located is not publicly disclosed at this time.

Does FTX have trading bots?

No they do not provide their own. However, they support third-party integrations like HaasOnline. They also offer QuantZone which allows users to create rudimentry buy and sell rules.

Does HaasOnline Support FTX Futures?

At the moment HaasOnline TradeServer 3.x only supports FTX spot markets, we fully intend to expand support to futures in upcoming versions released by HaasOnline.

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1 FTX may have trade fees, trade limits, and/or API restrictions.
2 Final price may differ due to market fluctuations, exchange rates, and rounding.
3 Exchange data provided by CoinGecko.
4 Charting library and price data provided by HaasOnline.