Why can't I submit my limit order?

There may some instances where a limit order may not be able to be submitted.

 

The Uniswap web app will not let you submit a limit order selling below or buying above the tokens current market price.

 

Buying tokens above market price means you are submitting a limit order to buy tokens for a price that's higher than what the tokens are currently being traded for in the market.

 

For example, if the market price of a token is $10 and you place a limit order to buy tokens at $11, then you are willing to pay more than the current market price. This can result in a loss of funds.

 

In this case, it would be better for you to submit a traditional swap.

 

Here is an example of what you will see if you try to buy tokens above market price:

 

 

Selling tokens below market price means you are submitting a limit order to sell your tokens for a price that's lower than what the tokens are currently being traded for in the market.

 

For example, if the market price of a token is $10 and you place a limit order to sell your tokens at $9, then you are willing to accept less than the current market price. This can result in a loss of funds. This would result in a loss of funds.

 

In this case, it would be better for you to submit a traditional swap.

 

Here is an example of what you will see if you try to sell tokens below market price:

 

 

 

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