Can I open multiple accounts?
BitYard currently supports one Email or one Mobile Phone Number for only one trading account registration.
Why I cant log in to BitYard?
Please check if the login ID and password you entered are correct.
If you have forgotten your password, you can reset your password by clicking "Forgot Password?" And entering the login ID to receive the verification code, then reset your password.
If you still can not log in, please contact BitYard customer service immediately, we will help you as soon as possible.
What if I forget my login password?
If you forget your login password, you can click "Forgot Password?" on the login page, follow the instructions to enter the email or mobile phone verification code and reset the password.
Losing your BitYard Accounts Google Authenticator (GA) 2FA
Common reasons for losing access to ones Google Authenticator:
Losing your smartphone
Smartphone malfunctioning (Failing to turn on, water damages, etc)
Solution 1: Attempt to locate your Recovery Key Phrase (RKP).
For security reasons, BitYard does not store any accounts Recovery Key Phrase
A Recovery Key Phrase is presented in either a QR code or a string of alphanumeric. It will only be shown once, which is at the point of binding your Google Authenticator. Refer to the screenshot below:
Please use the Email Address you registered with and email to our customer support.
First, provide us your UID, Real name, ID Number, then explain your reason and situation. You will need to upload a self-portrait shot of you holding your ID and the Bityard Paper. The paper must have the information you provided, todays date and a request for Google Authenticator deactivation.
If your Real Name Authentication(KYC) is not verified. You will also need to upload your ID/Passport with both the front and backside.
After we deactivate your Google Authenticator. You must complete your Real Name Authentication(KYC) in your account security within 3 working days(same ID you used for deactivation). If you are unable to complete your KYC, this may affect your accounts stability and security.
Furthermore, please include infomation regarding your accounts asset, recent transactions, and your usual and recent cities you login from.
Note: We will also highly recommend traders to send in this request using a computer/device and network broadband that is commonly used to log in to the affected BitYard account.
What if I cant receive SMS verification code?
Please make sure that the phone number you entered is correct, and keep your network connected. If it still does not work, please contact our customer service and provide your registered mobile phone number, our customer service will help you.
How to Bind Your Mobile Phone Number?
Step 1: Go to the profile icon-Account Security on the right-hand corner of your screen.
Step 2: Find and click Mobile for binding.
Step 3: Bind Mobile
Select your Country/Region
Fill in your mobile phone number
Click send, and Fill in the Captcha number you received
Set Google Authentication (2FA)
Change Google Authentication (2FA)
Disable Google Authentication (2FA)
There will be no fees for deposit USDT-Bsc, USDT-Erc20, USDT-Trc20, BTC, ETH, TRX, XRP, EOS, DOGE.
BitYard fiat currency deposit is free of charge.
Tips: Third-party payment accounts are updated from time to time, and the latest payment information must be obtained before deposit.
How long does it take to complete Withdrawal
USDT ERC20：Based on the Ethereum network, same time as the Ethereum Token transfer, it usually takes 10-20 minutes to be credited.
USDT TRC20：Based on the TRON network, same time with the TRON Token transfer, Normally it takes 5 minutes to be credited.
What are the Withdrawal fees on BitYard?
BitYard transaction fee per withdrawal:
With or without KYC daily withdrawal limit
Yes, you can. But attention to the following:
Can I use the pending order function?
1. The pending order can be successfully placed only when the available balance is greater than the sum of the initial margin and trading fee.
2. The price must be higher than the market price when you buy long and the price must be lower than the market price when you sell short.
3. The pending orders will not be canceled automatically.
4. Transaction fee will be charged only when the order is filled.
Market Order and Trigger Order
A market order is an order calculated as follows: estimated execution price = current price * (1 ± spread). Immediate execution of a market order consumes a large amount of liquidity.
A trigger order is not a limit order. A trigger order is a tool that allows you to set an order that will open when certain conditions are met. Once the price reaches the desired value, a trigger will be triggered and the order will be executed. Trigger orders are also part of the market order category.
What is Take Profit and Stop Loss?To close your position automatically after a certain earning or loss, you need to set a Take Profit or Stop Loss price.
Default Stop Price: When placing an order, the system will set a default Stop Loss price, which is the price to suffer a loss equals 90% of the margin, as low as 1%.
Default Take Profit Price: When placing an order, the system will set a default Take Profit price, which is the price to achieve the profit equals 200% of the margin, If you want to achieve higher profit, you can set the Take Profit price to achieve 500% of the margin.
The lowest Stop Loss point can be set to 5% of the occupied margin and the highest Take Profit point can be set to 500% of the occupied margin.
For example, if the current value of bitcoin is 8,000 USDT when placing a long or buy position with a leverage of 20X and a margin of 100 USDT.
The default Stop Loss price is 8000*(5-90%/20), and the default Take Profit price is 8000*(5+200%/20).
Calculation Formula of Profit and Loss.
Profit and Loss from Long=(Open price-Close price)*Position
- Note: The closing price is the buying-down price indicated by the current market
Profit and Loss from Short=(Open price-Close price)*Position
- Note: The closing price is the buying-up price indicated by the current market
What is position?An Orders position = Margin * Leverage/Opening Price
If the price of BTC is 10000USDT and you purchased with a margin of 1000USDT and 20x leverage, then the order position is 2BTC.