How Long Do Open Orders Last On Binance?

Binance does not have a finite period, but it may have certain requirements to process orders. Let’s explore the period of orders that are available on Binance.

The first thing to know about open orders or “ODD for short” is that these orders are based on the last price of BNB (BNB) before it reached the equilibrium price (ePo). The ePo was determined by how much volume has passed through since the last price change (since each volume pass is equal to 1 single share), because this provides more reliable information than other pricing models like “last traded volume before current price” which can be easily manipulated by whales who buy and then sell large amounts of bitcoin without waiting until it reaches an equilibrium. According to this model, if the estimated volume reaches 10k within 48 hours, then you will get your order filled at ~100% profit instantly; however, if you keep watching 10k volumes pace up steadily over several days, your estimate might be off because sometimes trades do not close instantaneously when there has been enough transactions with the same rules as your trade utilizes. If you want to fill an order at prediction 0%, use our PoS mining calculator to calculate how long it will take for you to mine 10 BNB with PoS staking for rewards.