FTX User Guide: Fees


Trading fees

FTX has a tiered fee structure for all futures and spot* markets, as follows: 


Updated as of Jan 4, 2021 19:00 SGT

Note that FTX also has a referral program, a VIP program for professional traders, and a Backstop Liquidity Provider program for market makers.

FTT stakers receive maker rebates as low as -0.0030%, and it costs only 25 FTT to have 0 maker fees. See here for more information, and stake your FTT here.

*Fees for the spot market are charged in the target currency for maker orders and the quote currency for taker orders (e.g., market buy order on BTC/USD would pay fees in USD, limit buy order that executes as a maker would pay fees in BTC)

Discount for FTT holders

In addition, there are fee discounts for holders of FTT.  The current discounts, based on your FTT holdings:


FTT holdings cannot decrease taker fees below 0.015%.

Please reach out to us once you have hit $1,000,000 USD in FTT holdings for fee tier upgrade.


Maker rebates for FTT stakers

FTT stakers receive maker rebates up to 0.0030%, and it costs only 25 FTT to have 0 maker fees. See here for more information, and stake your FTT here.


Spot-margin borrow/lend fees:

In addition to the interest rate paid to the lenders, borrowers are charged a fee on borrows. Details on how the borrow rate is calculated can be seen in the fees section of the spot margin explainer


Other fees

There are no fees on futures settlement.

The leveraged tokens have creation and redemption fees of 0.10%, and daily management fees of 0.03%. 

There are no deposit fees. For withdrawal fees, see here.

Note that fees for move contracts depend on the price of the underlying index, not the price of the move contract.

There are no fees on OTC trading or converting in your wallet; all costs are built into the price you are quoted.

Note, however, in the case of a user whose fiat/stablecoin deposit/withdrawal volume exceeds their trading volume, we reserve the right to charge a withdrawal fee of up to 0.10%.  We will reach out to any users affected before applying this. 

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