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    Guide to Unlimited Grid
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    1. What is unlimited grid?

    Unlimited grids are spot grids with with no price ceilings. To avoid the situation where grids run out, unlimited grid strategies place orders geometrically. The logic is to sell more digital assets than the initial value each time when the price of the digital asset rises, and to buy the corresponding amount of the digital asset when the price falls, so that digital assets always maintain their initial value.

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    Example:

    Create an unlimited grid strategy when the price of 1GT is 100USDT, and set the rate of return per grid at 10%. You have 10GT (equivalent to 1000USDT). When the price of 1GT rises to 110USDT, the value of the GT held by you is 1100USDT. In order to maintain the value of the GT held at 1000 USDT, 100USDT worth of GT will be sold and the amount of GT you hold will be reduced to 8.9. If the price of GT continues to rise, the strategy will continue to sell the extra amount of GT, but will never sell all GT, because the value of GT held should be maintained at 1000USDT.

    Similarly, when the price of 1GT drops to 90USDT, the value of the GT held will become 900USDT. In order to maintain the value of the GT held at 1000 USDT, the strategy will automatically buy 100USDT worth of GT. Then the amount of GT you hold will be increased to 11. If the price of GT continues to fall, the strategy will continue to buy the corresponding amount of GT to maintain the value at 1000 USDT, until the price of GT falls below the set lower limit price.


    2. What market conditions is unlimited grid fit for?

    The unlimited grid strategy is designed for the problem of the price exceeding the top grid price on moderately bullish markets, where the strategy keeps your digital assets at a fixed value and never sells all of the assets, to help you make continuous profits before exiting.

    3. Where to start using unlimited grid?

    Click on "Copy Trading" on the navigation bar and go to "Create A New Strategy"-"Strategies Templates"-(Unlimited Grid)"Create Strategy". Then choose the trading pair, set up the parameters and click on "Create".

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    4. Parameters in "Unlimited Grid"

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    Lower price limit: The lowest purchase price, which if the latest market price is lower than, no purchase orders will be placed. The lower limit price must be greater than 0.

    Rate of return per grid: The rate of return (handling fee included) after the execution of a grid. The rate of return per grid must be greater than 0.4 and less than 100.

    Trigger price of the strategy: Only when the latest market price is lower than or equal to the trigger price will the strategy be activated. When configuring the strategy, the set trigger price must be lower than the last price.

    Break below the lower limit:The strategy will be automatically terminated when the last price breaks below the lower limit.

    Stop-loss: The strategy will be automatically terminated when the last price breaks below the stop-loss price.

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