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In connection with market applications, it is worth understanding what slippage is. When we say that a market order is executed at the best available price, it means that it executes comparable orders from the glass.
But what if there is not enough liquidity with the desired price to execute the market order? There may be a big difference between the price at which you expect to execute your request and the one at which it will actually be executed. And this difference is called slippage.
Let's say you want to open a long position on some altcoin for 10 BTC. However, this altcoin has a relatively small market capitalization, and it trades in a market with low liquidity. If you use a market order, it will execute orders from the glass for a total amount of 10 BTC. In a liquid market, you can execute an order for 10 BTC without significantly affecting the price. But in our case, insufficient liquidity means that there may not be enough sales orders in the glass in the current price range.
Therefore, at the time of full execution of the order for 10 BTC, you may find that you have paid a higher average price than expected. In other words, due to a shortage of sales orders, your market order went up in the glass and coincided with orders with a higher price.
Consider slippage when trading altcoins, as some trading pairs may not have enough liquidity to execute your market orders.
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