Are you running multiple trading strategies and looking for a better way to isolate and manage your portfolios? Let BTSE’s new sub-account feature and dashboard help you out.
What Is a Sub-account?
Sub-accounts are under the umbrella of users’ master accounts on BTSE. With this feature, you can trade through multiple accounts and use them for different purposes, managing transactions through a single dashboard.
The sub-accounts are also API-compatible, which makes them ideal for those who run a trading team with different strategies or who need to separate assets for risk management purposes.
|Permission Management||On the sub-account dashboard of your main account, you can choose which functions each sub-account has permission to access. For example, you can have sub-accounts that only have access to spot trading or futures trading.|
|Custom Login||You can create a unique login for each sub-account, so you don’t have to share the credentials of your master account with others.|
|Asset Management||You can monitor all balances and transactions of your sub-accounts from your dashboard and fund your sub-accounts directly from your master account, using any cryptocurrency or fiat currency. You may also enable/disable the deposit and withdrawal functions for each sub-account.|
|API Management||You can create and edit sub-account API Keys and API access.|
|VIP Level||Number of Sub-accounts Allowed|
|VIP 1 – 2||5|
|VIP 3 – 4||10|
|VIP 5 – 6||15|
|VIP 7 – 10||20|
How to Create a Sub-account
Visit our FAQ for a complete guide on sub-account creation.
- The following functions are not supported for sub-accounts
- Sub-account management
- BTSE Token staking
- BTSE Lottery
- Referral Program
- BTSE event reward distribution (e.g. AMA)
- If the master account has passed the identity verification (KYC) process, the sub-accounts will automatically be designated as having passed KYC as well.
Our aim is to create a platform that offers users the most enjoyable trading experience. If you have any feedback, please reach out to us at email@example.com or on Twitter @BTSEcom.
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