Users are required to choose a risk limit. This measure is used to minimize users’ position risk. When a high-tier risk limit user’s margin rate is insufficient, the user will be downgraded to a lower tier (close out partial positions and lower maintenance margin rates).

As users amass larger positions, they pose a risk to others on the exchange, who may experience a deleveraging event if the position cannot be fully liquidated.

If the user's position size is higher than the risk limit, then his/her order will fail. The user can adjust the risk limit in the trading interface; however, if the user’s margin does not meet the requirement for that level, the adjustment will fail.

Mexo’s current risk limit is as follows:







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