How to make the most out of leveraged tokens? Exchange
Jul 6 · 4 min read

The Exchange just recently listed four new 3x leveraged tokens by AMUN. The listing was followed by a fee-free trading competition and a trading competition to support the trading volumes and increase the awareness of these tokens.

Do you know what a leveraged token is for? Have you ever traded it? We have put together a Q&A to help you get started with these tokens.

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3x leveraged tokens available for trading on the Exchange

What are leveraged tokens?

With these tokens, you have the chance to take advantage of market volatility without having to risk your market margin!

It should be said that leverage tokens can lose significant value in a sideways market, and are not intended for long term holding. Before exposing yourself to any financial risks, make sure you understand the mechanisms of these tokens.

Since leveraged tokens are on a blockchain, they allow similar functionality as other tokens. Meaning that you can buy, store, and transfer them like any other token.

How do leveraged tokens work?

For example, for every 1% BTC goes up in a day, BTC3L (Bitcoin 3x Daily Long) goes up 3%; for every 1% BTC goes down, BTC3L goes down 3%.

The inverse of the BTC3L token is the BTC3S token, which represents a 3x short exposure to the price of Bitcoin and the same for ETH3L and ETH3S which represent the price of Ether.

As such, if the price of Bitcoin goes down 1%, the BTC3S token goes up 3%, while if Bitcoin goes up 1%, BTC3S goes down 3%.

What is the recommended holding time for leveraged tokens?

How can I purchase leveraged tokens?

How to make money trading Amun’s leveraged tokens?

What to avoid when trading leveraged tokens?

Leveraged tokens are designed to be best used on single days in order to avoid the complications of the daily rebalancing. A trader would do well by considering the impact of the rebalancing within their trading strategies which occurs at 5 PM CET daily. You can access data on the rebalancing process as which may be helpful for informational purposes.

What are the benefits of leveraged tokens?

What are the risks associated with leveraged tokens?

Before exposing yourself to any financial risks, make sure you understand the mechanisms of these tokens.

It’s important that you read our articles about leveraged tokens and Amun’s educational section to fully understand how leverage works, especially in terms of rebalancing and compounding.

At what time exactly do they reset back to BTC/ETH’s price?

For example, if ETH goes up 5% then ETH3L will go up 15% on day 1, but then it will need to be rebalanced as the increase in price would mean the token is overexposed to ETH’s movement.

What are the fees associated with leveraged tokens?

  • For users minting or burning tokens: 0.1% fee associated with every transaction or a 5 USDC minimum
  • For users holding tokens: 0.03% daily fee

So could I sell my tokens and buy new ones before 5 pm CET when it rebalances? Or would the rebalancing still affect it somehow?

A day is defined by 5 pm CET — 5 pm CET the next day. There are trading strategies you could do where you sell at the end of the day (5 PM) and the buy after the rebalance. The best way to do this is probably through Exchange or

We hope this small Q&A was useful for you to get a taste of leveraged tokens and to be able to start trading. If you have any questions about the mechanism of these digital assets, join our Telegram group, and get the best answers and pieces of advice from our community.

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