Taker fee
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Written by Diana Paul
Updated over a week ago

Taker fees are paid when a trader takes liquidity from the order book. This happens when a trader places an order that’s executed immediately against an order already available in the order book — in other words, if a trader buys or sells using a market order. When a market order is completed, the volume is removed from the order book, thus taking liquidity from the market.

The taker fee on CEX.IO varies from 0.25% to 0.1% depending on your monthly trading volume.

You can find more details on how the trading fee is calculated on CEX.IO Spot Trading.

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