It is possible that you are charged a financing fee even though you didn’t have a position with a multiplier. This can be caused by the fact that you are trading in a cryptocurrency.
All cryptocurrencies have a different type of financing fee compared to all other products and for long positions are charged a financing fee based on the full value of the investment, including the invested amount. The reason for this is that it’s quite expensive to hold positions in cryptocurrencies in custody for a longer period of time. Unlike our other products, cryptocurrencies are traded on more expensive platforms and exchanges, and safekeeping these cryptocurrencies is a lot more costly.
The above also means that all short positions (arrow down) in cryptocurrencies are now not charged a financing fee anymore. So even if you open a short position with a multiplier, you won’t be charged a financing fee.
For more information on what the prices for cryptocurrencies are, please refer to the price list on our website. Any questions, feel free to contact us on email@example.com.