Deribit Derivatives Exchange fees are the lowest fees currently available on any crypto derivatives exchange and operates a maker-taker model. Futures orders which provide liquidity receive a rebate of 0.02%. Orders that take liquidity are charged a small fee of only 0.05%. The fee is calculated as a percentage of the underlying asset of the contract.



Maker Rebate 0.02% Rebate
Taker Fee 0.05% Fee

Options (Fee as a percentage of underlying value)

Maker Fee 0.00% (0.0000BTC)
Taker Fee 0.04% (0.0004BTC)

Fees can never be higher than 20% of the price of the option. For example if an option is traded at 0.0001BTC, the fee will be 0.00002BTC (instead of 0.0004BTC), thus 20% of 0.0001BTC.

Delivery (settlement at expiration)

For deliveries (expiration) half the fees of taker orders are charged. (0.025% for futures, and 0.02% for options, where for options the fee can never be more than 20% of the value of the option.)

Deposits and Withdrawals

Deposits are credited after 1 confirmation. Withdrawals are processed instantly if the balance in our hot wallet permits so. We keep only a small percentage of coins in hot storage, so there is a chance that your withdrawal cannot be processed immediately. If needed, once a day we replenish the balance of the hot wallet from cold storage.

Withdrawals Free (except for miner fee as calculated by Bitcoin Core)
Deposits Free

Maker: a “maker” order is an order that adds liquidity to the orderbook. A maker order is an order that does not execute immediately but instead goes into the orderbook.


Taker: a “taker” order is an order that removes liquidity from the orderbook. A taker order i an order that will execute immediately against other orders upon submission to the exchange.


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