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The Slippage , How does it work?

whoknows19500 2 years ago in A problem with MetaTrader updated by Genesis Vision Support 10 months ago 1


The Red line is the Ask Price. 


In real market conditions, yes I would have moved the market necessary to fill my Market order. However, in a demo environment , this should not be an issue. 


My Demo order experienced 20 satoshi of slippage. Can you explain how the demo environment is setup. 


What Can I do to eliminate this slippage on the demo platform

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Thanks for your question! The ask price, which is shown as the red line, displays the best price on the market. But the volume of the best price orders can be limited. If you want to execute the volume more than available at the best price, you will have to execute the rest of your order at the averaged price. Thus, you can see a changed price which consists of the two parts (best and averaged) when you go from the chart to the order popup but the common price of your order will contain average prices. And Metatrader shows you this average prices. 

We have already discussed the similar issue, and we have to repeat it: the changes aim to bring real market conditions in the last crypto round. 

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Thanks for your question! The ask price, which is shown as the red line, displays the best price on the market. But the volume of the best price orders can be limited. If you want to execute the volume more than available at the best price, you will have to execute the rest of your order at the averaged price. Thus, you can see a changed price which consists of the two parts (best and averaged) when you go from the chart to the order popup but the common price of your order will contain average prices. And Metatrader shows you this average prices. 

We have already discussed the similar issue, and we have to repeat it: the changes aim to bring real market conditions in the last crypto round.