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Binance Launches Options Market Maker Program

Binance Launches Options Market Maker Program

2022-10-13 11:15
Fellow Binancians,
To further enhance the liquidity on Binance Options and provide a better trading experience for all users, Binance has launched the Options Market Maker Program. Qualified Options market makers may now receive higher maker fee rebates and lower taker fees across all Options symbols listed on Binance Options.
If you have experience with Options market making, or proof that your 30-day Options trading volumes have exceeded 50,000 ETH (or equivalent) on Binance Options or other platforms, we would like to invite you to join our Options Market Maker Program. We will also consider your application if you can provide valid proof of similar Options trading volumes on other asset classes outside of cryptocurrencies.
  • Maker Fee rebates at 0.01%
  • Lower Taker Fees at 0.015%
  • Higher order rate limits
  • Market Maker Protection (MMP)
Current Fee Structure
Maker FeesTaker Fees
Options Market Maker-0.01%0.015%
Non-Market Maker0.02%0.02%
How to Qualify:
If you are interested in applying for the Options Market Making Program, please email and provide proof of your Options market making volumes (e.g. screenshots of your Options trading volumes on Binance or another exchange). Alternatively, you may also speak directly with your Key Account Manager.
Thanks for your support!
Binance Team
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