Binance Futures has launched the Futures position limit adjustment tool. You can now visit the position limit page to increase or decrease your position limit manually.
What is a position limit？
To maintain system security and stability, our system sets a max position for different leverages.
For example, when you trade BNBUSDT and select 20x, the max position you can hold is 250,000 USDT. Higher leverage results in a lower max position and vice-versa.
Where can I adjust the position limit?
You can adjust it from [Preference] - [Position Limit Enlarge].
Alternatively, you can access it via [Leverage] - [Adjust Margin] - [Position Limit Enlarge].
You can also access it via [Trading Rules] - [Leverage & Margin] - [Position Limit Enlarge].
For App users, go to [Futures] - [...] - [Position Limit Adjustment].
How do I adjust my position limit?
Step 1: Check your maximum position increase ratio
Your maximum position limit is based on a trading score generated from your past trading behavior. For example, if your maximum position limit ratio is 50%, it means you can open 150% of the default position after increasing your position limit.
Step 2: Adjust your position limit
Click [Increase] and select the symbol you want to adjust. Click [Confirm]. Your position limit increase will take effect immediately. Please note that you need to manually adjust each symbol.
Step 3: Check my new position limits
To view your position limit details, go to [Position Limit Adjustment Data] - [My Adjustment].
Please note that after making the adjustment, the maximum leverage can only be set to 20x.
How do I calculate my maximum position limit increase ratio?
The system will automatically evaluate your trading risk and generate a comprehensive score based on your past trading volume, maker order volume, leverage, and open interest. Your maximum adjustable ratio will be automatically updated based on your score. You can check the ratio from the position limit adjustment page on the first day of each month.
Standard position limit adjustment for newly created sub-accounts
Max adjustable ratio by default = Max adjustable ratio of the account ranked 3rd quartile* in terms of trading performance among the user’s active Futures accounts over the past 180 days
For example, User A has 100 active futures trading sub-accounts in the past 180 days. The newly opened sub-account’s maximum adjustable ratio by default will be equal to the #25 best-performing sub-account’s maximum adjustable ratio.
Standard position limit adjustment for existing sub-accounts
Max adjustment ratio by default = max (current existing sub-account performance rating, 3rd quartile ranked account performance among the user’s active Futures accounts over past 180 days)
Let’s take User A as an example:
- Their #25 best-performing sub-account: Maximum adjustable ratio by default = The current one
- Their #26 best-performing sub-account: Maximum adjustable ratio by default = The #25 sub-account’s maximum adjustable ratio
*3rd quartile = The middle value between the median and the highest performing sub-accounts among a user’s active Futures sub-accounts over the past 180 days. The system sorts sub-accounts by performance, e.g., if a user has 100 sub-accounts, the accounts will be ranked from top performing to the lowest performing, with the top-performing sub-account as #1 and the lowest as #100. Then, sub-account #25 will be the 3rd quartile.
Fee schedule for position limit increase
Position limit increase fee for USDⓈ-M Futures:
- 20 USDT/month for USDT perpetual trading pairs
- 10 USDT/month for BUSD trading pairs
Position limit increase fee for COIN-M Futures:
- 20 USD/month (equivalent in the trading pair’s base asset, based on the last index price of the previous day)
Once your position limit increase is confirmed, the fee will be automatically deducted from your USDⓈ-M Wallet or COIN-M Wallet on the first day of each month. The adjusted fee for the first month will be prorated based on the remaining days of the month, and the fee will be deducted immediately. If you cancel the service in the same month, your fee will not be refunded.
For example, for USDⓈ-M Futures, if you increase the BNBUSDT position limit on November 10th, the prorated fee of (20/30) * 20 = 13.3 USDT will be deducted on November 10th. If the position limit is not reduced before December 1st, 20 USDT will be deducted on December 1st.
For COIN-M Futures, if you increase the BNBUSD position limit on November 10th, assuming the BNBUSD last index price from the previous day is 200 USD, the prorated fee of (20/30) * (20/200) = 0.06666666 BNB will be deducted on November 10th. If the position limit is not reduced before December 1st, (30/200) = 0.15 BNB will be deducted on December 1st.
How do I cancel position limit adjustments?
You can update your position limits from the position limit adjustment page.
How do I adjust the position limit for sub-accounts?
To adjust your sub-account position limit, go to the position limit adjustment page. You may select any of the associated sub-accounts (including virtual accounts) by simply scrolling down through the [Select Account] drop-down.
If you wish to adjust your master account’s position limit, follow the same process without selecting any account (you may skip this step).
Conditions for revocation and refund of the Position Limit Increase Fee
Binance reserves the right to revoke your application and to retract the adjustment if:
- You surpass the predetermined proportion of the total aggregated position per symbol across all your sub-accounts in relation to the total open positions of that symbol on Binance, ratio as per set in Binance Futures Trading Risk Control, or
- Your account is suspected of being “in Default”, i.e., the margin balance of your Futures account drops below the margin requirements as per Clause 8.1 “Default and Termination” in the Binance Futures Services Agreement.
Please note that if you fail to adhere to the stipulated conditions, Binance maintains the right to withhold any refunds associated with your position limit increase fee.