0.15% for the taker and 0.08% for the maker.
Taker: When you place an order that is immediately filled in its entirety (for example a market order) you are a “taker,” and you pay a “taker” fee for this. The idea is that you are “taking” the price you want, right now, generally by buying or selling limit orders sitting on the books.
Maker: When you place an order that doesn’t fill immediately (for example a limit order far from market price), you are a “maker,” and you can expect to pay a reduced “maker” fee for this. As noted above, this terminology comes from the fact that placing limit orders on order book helps to “make the market,” (it makes you a “market maker”).
2.Fee Structure and Minimum Withdrawal Limit