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How to create a sub-account at CEX.IO Spot Trading
How to create a sub-account at CEX.IO Spot Trading

Sub-accounts can help traders manage risk, and organize their trading strategies to discover new pathways through the crypto ecosystem.

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Written by Rick Alexsson
Updated over a week ago

Sub-accounts are handy solutions for crypto traders to manage risks, and organize trading strategies.

By dividing funds and applying distinct approaches across different sub-accounts, adventurous traders can minimize the impact of one failed strategy through a diverse array of tactics. At the same time, Spot Trading users can monitor the success of different strategies by analyzing individual sub-account performance.

To create a sub-account on CEX.IO Spot Trading, head to the Profile page.

After that, choose Trading sub-accounts.

Click the Create Sub-Account button.

Next, a pop-up window will appear asking to create a custom name for the new sub-account.

Click Create Account, and a successful notification pop-up window appears.

The straightforward interface of CEX.IO Spot Trading enables users to set up and manage up to five (5) sub-accounts in just minutes. In turn, our comprehensive reporting system empowers traders to customize their documentation to best suit their unique needs. Explore sub-accounts and discover new trading strategies along the way.

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