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Binance Futures Will Launch USDⓈ-M LUNA2 Perpetual Contracts with Up to 25X Leverage

Binance Futures Will Launch USDⓈ-M LUNA2 Perpetual Contracts with Up to 25X Leverage

2022-09-09 15:55
Fellow Binancians,
Binance Futures will launch USDⓈ-M LUNA2 perpetual contracts with up to 25x leverage on 2022-09-10 at 03:00 (UTC).
More details on LUNA2USDT Perpetual Contracts can be found in the table below:
USDⓈ-M Perpetual Contracts
Launch Time
2022-09-10 03:00 (UTC)
Underlying Asset
Settlement Asset
Tick Size
Capped Funding Rate
Clamp (Funding Rate, -0.75 * Maintenance Margin Ratio, 0.75 * Maintenance Margin Ratio)
Max Leverage
Trading Hours
Multi-Asset Mode
Please note:
  • Based on market risk conditions, Binance may adjust the specifications of the contracts from time to time, which include the tick size, maximum leverage, initial margin, and/or maintenance margin requirements.
  • Multi-Asset Mode allows users to trade LUNA2USDT Perpetual Contracts across multiple margin assets, subject to the applicable haircuts. For example, when the Multi-Asset Mode is activated, users can use BUSD as margin when trading LUNA2USDT Perpetual Contracts.
  • LUNA2USDT Perpetual Contracts are subject to the terms of the Binance Terms of Use and the Binance Futures Service Agreement.
  • Where any discrepancy arises between the translated versions and the original English version, the English version shall prevail.
Further information:
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Note: This announcement was last updated on 2022-09-10 to change the underlying asset from LUNA2 to LUNA.
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