Deribit will introduce a new feature for spot trading. Deribit is the largest crypto options exchange in the world by trading volume and open interest.

The new platform will be available on 24 April and offers three pairs – BTC/USDC (Bitcoin), ETH/USDC (Ethereum) and ETH/BTC.

There will be zero maker fees and no taker fees. This means that there will not be any margin on the exchange. Makers place orders and wait until they are filled. Takers take orders to remove liquidity.

Users can now trade derivatives, where payment and delivery are delayed until a later date. This allows sophisticated traders to create multi-leg strategies that combine the spot market with futures and option contracts.

Luuk Strijers is the chief commercial officer of Deribit. He told CoinDesk that “with this latest addition to our platform, we now boast a comprehensive suite both of derivatives and spot-trading solutions, catering for the diverse needs of digital asset traders.”

Strijers said, “Our spot-trading feature is an excellent tool for exchanging BTC and ETH collateral, with zero costs. This enhances the overall trading experience of our clients.”

Deribit began trading bitcoin options in 2016. Since then, it has expanded to include inverse and lineal perpetual and futures for three currencies: bitcoins, ethers and the USDC stablecoin.

The exchange introduced bitcoin volatility futures last month, allowing traders to bet on the level of price volatility in the leading cryptocurrency. On March 30, the dollar value of all open positions reached a record high of more than $20 billion.