Voyager allows you to set limit orders for all of our 60+ assets available for trading on our platform–including Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Dogecoin (DOGE), and the Voyager Token (VGX).

With this feature, you can input a limit order and we’ll automatically fill it for you when the market hits your set order price. Now you can never miss a major market move.

What is a limit order?

A limit order is an offer to buy or sell an asset at a particular price. For example, if you want to buy Bitcoin and believe the price may drop in the future, you can set a limit buy order for a price target lower than what Bitcoin currently is trading for. If the market hits that price or lower, the order will execute. A limit order can also be placed on the sell side when the market hits a higher or more favorable price.

How to place a limit order

  1. Choose your digital asset: Open the Voyager app and navigate to the asset you would like to buy or sell.
  2. Set your limit order: Notice on the asset page where it says Market. Tap on Limit, then enter the price you would like to execute and the size of your order.
  3. Good until canceled: Voyager will keep your order on the books until it fills or you decide to cancel it. To cancel your order, navigate to your portfolio, tap View Orders and Transfers, select your limit order, and press Cancel.

Have more questions about Limit Orders? Check out our FAQs.

Voyager Cryptocurrency Risk Disclosure

All investments involve risk and the past performance of a digital asset or other financial product does not guarantee future results or returns. Cryptocurrencies are highly speculative in nature, involve a high degree of risk and can rapidly and significantly decrease in value. It is reasonably possible for the value of Cryptocurrencies to decrease to zero or near zero. While diversification may help spread risk, it does not assure a profit or protect against loss. Investors should consider their investment objectives and risks carefully before investing. Previous gains may not be representative of the experience of other customers and are not guarantees of future performance or success.