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On trigger orders

On trigger orders, also known as stop, limit, and take profit orders, will execute when the trigger price you set is reached.

On trigger orders execute as instant orders when trigger conditions are met and are subject to slippage pending market liquidity and volatility.

Place on trigger order

  • App

    If an order is triggered and the available balance isn't in your account, the order will fail, and you will need to recreate it.

    1. From quickactions.svg Quick actions in the toolbar, select buyshop.svg Buy or sellnotes.svg Sell.
    2. Search or select the asset you want to buy or sell.
    3. Select On trigger.
    4. Choose a % amount or enter an asset amount. When the asset hits the price point you set, the buy or sell order will execute.
    5. Select Review order details.
    6. Go to Transactions in the bottom toolbar to view your order status.
    7. Select Place Order to confirm the order details.
  • Web

    If an order is triggered and the available balance isn't in your account, the order will fail, and you will need to recreate it.

    1. Open the orderpaper.svg Order panel on the right side, then select On trigger.
    2. Choose the assets you want to trade from and trade to.
    3. Choose a % amount or enter an asset amount. When the asset hits the price point you set, the buy or sell order will execute.
    4. Select Review order details.
    5. Select Place order to confirm the order details.

Edit on trigger order

  • App

    1. Go to transactions new.svg Transactions and select the open order you want to edit from the list. You can filter your transactions by selecting Pending under the Status filter.
    2. Select Edit order.
    3. Make your desired changes to the order and select Update order to complete the action.
  • Web

    1. Expand the side menu and select new clock web transactions.svg Transactions.
    2. Select the open order you want to edit from the list and select the 3 dots. You can filter your transactions by selecting Open under the Status filter.
    3. Select Edit order.
    4. Make your desired changes to the order and select Update order to complete the action.

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