Terminating an Automated Market Making Instruction

Important: Automated Market Making Instructions can only be submitted by institutional customers.

Terminating an Automated Market Making (AMM) Instruction cancels all open bids and offers currently in the Bullish Order Book that are associated with that AMM Instruction, preventing any more trades from occurring. It then releases the lock on the assets allocated to that AMM Instruction, making them available in your spot account. Finally, any interim income generated but not yet credited to your spot account in the last hour preceding termination will also be credited to your spot account.

Terminating your AMM Instruction

Terminating your AMM Instruction means you stop making markets. Terminating your AMM Instruction is designed to be instantaneous; after confirming, your assets are immediately available in your spot account, subject our Terms of Service.

To terminate your AMM Instruction:

  1. Go to the left-hand navigation and choose Portfolio.
    Portfolio tab in left-hand navigation.png
  2. Choose the AMM tab.
    AMM tab in Portfolio (1).png
  3. Find the AMM Instruction you wish to terminate under Open Spot Instructions.
    Open Spot Instructions tab in Portfolio screen.png
  4. Choose x on the far-right hand side of your position. A AMM Termination pop-up window will display the details of your instructions, including how much of both assets will be unlocked.
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  5. Choose Cancel AMM Instruction to terminate your AMM Instruction. A pop-up notification will confirm that your AMM Instruction was terminated.
    Cancel AMM Instruction pop up window for Spot AMM.png

Viewing your terminated AMM instructions

Once confirmed, your terminated AMM instructions will show on the Portfolio screen.

  1. Go to the left-hand navigation and choose Portfolio.
    Portfolio tab in left-hand navigation.png
  2. Choose the AMM Instructions tab.
    AMM tab in Portfolio (1).png
  3. View the details for each of your terminated instructions under Historical AMM Instructions.
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