Security for users’ accounts is a top priority at BTSE, giving protection to traders and their funds. BTSE established the insurance fund for further protection, helping them realize their full earnings while ensuring they avoid negative margin balance from any deleveraging event.
The insurance fund balance can be used for liquidation price improvement and for user compensation in case of an extraordinary event. The fund size is more than $2.5 million and growing (at the time of publishing).
BTSE is among nearly 300 exchanges ranked by CER, whose ratings are trusted by over 20 million CoinGecko users. CER monitors, assesses and certifies reputable exchanges based on a number of cybersecurity indicators.
More information on BTSE’s insurance fund can be found here.
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