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Binance Futures to Support TUSD and USDP in Multi-Assets Mode (2023-03-20)

Binance Futures to Support TUSD and USDP in Multi-Assets Mode (2023-03-20)

2023-03-16 06:20

Fellow Binancians,

Binance Futures will support TUSD and USDP as margin assets in the Multi-Assets Mode, and update the transfer-in limits for ADA, DOT and SOL to zero in the Multi-Assets Mode, effective from 2023-03-20 08:00 (UTC).  

Please note:

  • The maximum transfer-in limits for TUSD and USDP margin assets depend on users’ VIP levels. Please refer to the Multi-Assets Info page for more details.

  • The haircut rates for TUSD and USDP in an Auto-Exchange are set at 1%. 

  • TUSD and USDP margin balances are calculated according to the TUSD and USDP price indices in real time.

  • Existing ADA, DOT and SOL assets in the Multi-Assets Mode will not be impacted by the update. Users may continue to use these existing assets as margin when trading USDⓈ-M Futures in the Multi-Assets Mode. 

  • Binance reserves the right to amend the maximum transfer-in limits and haircut rates depending on market conditions. 

  • Where any discrepancy arises between the translated versions and the original English version, the English version shall prevail.

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Thanks for your support!

Binance Team



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