01 Exchange increases deposit limit to 100,000 USDC.

01 Exchange Increases Deposit Limit to 100,000 USDC

2 days after launch, one of the most requested feature was to increase deposit limits. As such, 01 Exchange is excited to announce that deposit limits have been increased to 100,000 USDC, and equivalently across all other collaterals.

At launch, users were limited to 10,000 USDC in maximum deposit. This limit was to ensure a smooth rollout of markets, and smart contracts. Now, 01 Exchange supports increased deposits, enabling users to take on larger positions, and or larger loans.

About 01 Exchange

01 Exchange is a fully decentralized orderbook-based derivatives exchange on Solana, supporting perpetual futures and power perpetuals. It features an on-chain limit orderbook through a deep integration with Project Serum, cross-collateralization, powerful cross-margining, and yield-earning deposits, all without sacrificing on decentralization. To learn more about 01 Exchange, visit https://01.xyz/ or https://twitter.com/01_exchange.

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