Exchange Operational Tools
Over 10 operational tools to facilitate user acquisition and conversion
Over 10 Operational Tools
We have developed a variety of operational tools to support clients in gaining traffic and active users.
- Combination of marketing and operational tools with distinguished types and clear goals to facilitate easy adoption
- Marketing tools are used to acquire and retain new users
- Operational tools are used to activate existing users, increase user engagement and retention
Showcase of Key Tools
Copy Trading - Futures
Reverse trading fulfils merchants’ needs to actively hold positions. Merchants only need to register for a copy trading account and make a deposit. After configuration, reverse trading will be made with each transaction conducted by the users under this merchant.
Benefits of reverse trading
Active positions can be realized without separate market making
Allows flexibility to adjust the proportion of trading positions
Holds partial trading position without the need to prepare hedging funds during upstream
A blacklist can be configured for users with high winning rate, and the blacklisted users will not be able to open a position when trading
Copy Trading - Futures
Copy trading allows the user to automatically follow selected KOL to perform features like trading using selected token and liquidation.
Benefits of copy trading
User can observe the KOL's market prediction and trading strategy
Enhance operating experience while earning profits
Maintain the right to adjust trading position with the flexiblity to stop trading and liquidate at any time
User pledges digital assets supported by the system and selects a loan period. After confirming the interest rate, user will acquire the desired assets according to the initial pledge rate configured by the system. The acquired assets can be used for trading, withdrawal, OTC and more.
The user will return the principal and interest within the agreed return period, and the system will return the pledged digital assets.
Currently, the system supports a variety of tokens and early repayment. Interest is calculated by the day, and there is no charge for early repayment.
The mortgage loan tool supports two approaches
ChainUp provides the assets for loan (mainly mainstream currencies), while the merchant is responsible for channel distribution and promotion, and the interest will be shared according to the negotiated breakdown.
Merchant to provide the assets for loan and possess sufficient funds and liquidity depth. Merchant is to bear all risks for overdue liquidation caused by depth issue.
Flexible savings allows deposit and withdrawal at any time while periodic savings offers high returns. These enable exchanges to provide users token rewards, and customize operations in areas such as user retention, project operations, asset custody analysis etc.
The system offers two savings models
Periodic (lock-in) savings: Saving funds are locked in and cannot be traded or withdrawn. Users have to wait for the end of the project and the system to release the principal before they can get the invested principal
Flexible (holding) savings: During the activity period, user will be able to trade and withdraw assets. Interest will be paid each day only when there is assets balance on the first day's snapshot as well as during each snapshot throughout the activity period.
Grid trading is a strategy that allows users to automatically buy low and sell high within a specific price range through the program. In the volatile digital asset market, grid trading can avoid incorrect trading decisions caused by human factors to a large extent. Grid trading robot will assist users to strictly implement the trading strategy of buying low and selling high set by users.
Explaining grid profit
Lower hold profit
After the grid is activated by depositing a single asset (USDT), the system will automatically buy the quantity of each grid above the current price at the beginning, and sell after the price rises. This part of profit will be greater than the profit of grid arbitrage
Grid arbitrage profit
As shown in the figure, when the price fluctuates, each grid arbitrage is the grid profit
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