# Bitcoin Contract Currency Standard Calculator

⑴How is the funding fee of the okex bitcoin perpetual contract calculated?

Funding fee = position value * funding rate, when the funding rate is a positive number, Long pays short; when the funding rate is negative, short pays long, that’s what it means.

2 How Bitcoin is calculated

To understand the technical principles of bitcoin, you first need to understand two important cryptographic techniques: HASH code: convert a long The string is converted into a fixed-length string, and the conversion is irreversible, that is, it is impossible to guess the original string from the HASH code. SHA256 is mainly used in the bitcoin protocol.

3 How is the Bitcoin contract income calculated?

Twenty times the full position contract is equivalent to buying 2,000 yuan of bitcoin with 100 yuan, and your income is 200 yuan (+ 100), the next day your account is 300 yuan, continue to fill the position 20 times and then increase ten points, your income is 600 yuan (+300), and so on, but if it falls 5 points, you The principal is gone, commonly known as liquidation.

⑷ Find the Bitcoin calculation formula.

It can’t be explained by a few simple formulas. It is a kind of operation of the computer network system, which is very complicated. You just need to understand this. If you want to mine and earn bitcoin, I hope you download the genuine soft armor.

⑸ How is the funding fee of okex bitcoin perpetual contract calculated

Funding fee = position value * funding rate, when the funding rate is positive, longs pay shorts; when the funding rate is negative, shorts pay longs, can you understand?

⑹ How is the rate of return in the Bitcoin perpetual contract calculated

It is the rate of return = income / margin required for opening a position.

⑺ How is the unrealized profit and loss of the OKEX Bitcoin delivery contract calculated

Long position: face value * number of contracts / average opening price – face value * number of contracts ／Latest mark price
Short position: face value*number of sheets/latest mark price-face value*number of sheets/average opening price

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