1 What is Bitcoin and why does it have value after calculation? Why does the calculation serve, or what does the calculation do?
Calculation does not produce any value, but some people use bitcoin It is only money laundering, and useful things are valuable. The function of Bitcoin is money laundering. Once this function is blocked, it is worthless.
(2) How is the Bitcoin contract income calculated?
Twenty times the full position of the contract is equivalent to buying 2,000 yuan of bitcoin with 100 yuan, an increase of ten One point 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 by 5 points, your principal will be gone, commonly known as liquidation.
⑶What is a Bitcoin contract
The contract mentioned in it is a non-standard transaction, which can be generated by rewriting the code of Bitoind, BitCoin wallet or using bitcoinj Non-standard transactions, although normal wallets will not accept these non-standard transactions, but some mining pools such as Eligius.st accept non-standard transactions and can enter the blockchain, so that some wallet software can handle them normally. Another meaning refers to trading bitcoin contracts, just like futures trading in the stock market, which can be long and short.
⑷ What is a Bitcoin contract
Basics of a Bitcoin contract
A Bitcoin contract means that you don’t need to actually own Bitcoin. The contract for the transaction. It is very different from currency-to-currency transactions, which must be physically held in digital currency.
Bitcoin contracts allow you to predict Bitcoin price movements and hedge risk. This way of trading means you are investing in price trends, not the asset itself.
When trading Bitcoin contracts, you can decide to go short or long. Choosing to go long indicates that you expect the price of Bitcoin to rise. On the other hand, choosing to go short indicates that you expect the price to fall.
You can choose to trade with high leverage, which is a feature of Bitcoin contracts. Using leverage means that you do not have to invest 100% of the transaction amount when trading contracts. Instead, you only need to deposit an initial margin, which is only a fraction of the total contract value.
Leveraged trading allows you to have a large exposure with a small amount of money while managing risk.
Although there are many different types of contracts, this article focuses on perpetual contracts. As the name suggests, these contracts have no expiration date. Traders who use perpetual contracts to go long or short can hold their positions indefinitely, unless the contract is liquidated, which means they will not lose more than their initial margin.
In perpetual contracts, Bitcoin is priced based on a specific index price. Index prices are based on the average price of Bitcoin across multiple cryptocurrency exchanges.
Bitcoin contracts have become a very popular trading tool. Contract trading opens the door for many traditional investors who are not ready to allocate funds to digital assets but still want to benefit from attractive price volatility.
To open Bitcoin contract trading, you need to find an exchange that offers contract trading. The AAX platform, in a compliant and secure environment, provides you with bitcoin contract trading services.
⑸ What does Bitcoin contract trading mean
Contract trading is a general term for Bitcoin Litecoin futures contract trading.
In June 2013, 796 Exchange was the first in the bitcoin industry to develop bitcoin weekly delivery standard futures—T+0 two-way trading virtual commodities as collateral barter contracts (contract transactions).
The emergence of contract trading ended the previous history that Bitcoin could not be shorted, and opened the prelude to the development and prosperity of the Bitcoin derivatives market.
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⑹ Bitcoin contract What does the counterparty price mean in the transaction
The trading principle of SCCTI CFD is similar to that of virtual currency trading, the difference is that when you trade CFDs on virtual currency, such as bitcoin, you do not actually hold bitcoin, Instead, the price trend of bitcoin is traded, and the CFD on bitcoin price is defined by the CFD broker, namely SCCTI,
⑺ What does the counterparty price mean in bitcoin contract transaction
The trading principle of SCCTI CFDs is similar to virtual currency trading
The difference is that when you trade CFDs on virtual currency
For example, you do not actually hold bitcoins, but trade Bitcoin price goes up�
Definition of CFDs on Bitcoin prices through CFD brokerages, namely SCCTI
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There are also some experienced analysts who are looking up and down (abao)
Research on a new method of capital preservation and proper profitability (007-)
⑻ What is Bitcoin contract trading
1. Definition of contract<br A futures contract is an agreement in which a buyer agrees to receive an asset at a specific price after a specified period of time, and a seller agrees to deliver an asset at a specified price after a specified period of time.
The price that both parties agree to use in future transactions is called the futures price. The specified date on which the two parties must transact in the future is called the settlement date or delivery date. The assets that both parties agree to exchange are called “underlyings”.
If an investor takes a position in the market by buying a futures contract (that is, agreeing to buy at a future date), it is called a long position or a long position in futures. Conversely, if an investor takes a position by selling a futures contract (that is, taking responsibility for the contract to be sold in the future), it is called a short position or short on futures.
2. The origin of the contract
A futures contract refers to a standardized contract formulated by a futures exchange that stipulates the delivery of a certain quantity and quality of commodities at a specific time and place in the future. It is the object of futures trading, and the participants of futures trading transfer price risk and obtain risk-return by buying and selling futures contracts on the futures exchange.
Futures contracts are developed on the basis of spot contracts and spot forward contracts, but the most essential difference between them is the standardization of the terms of futures contracts. For futures contracts traded in the futures market, the quantity, quality grade and delivery grade of the subject matter, as well as the premiums and discounts of substitutes, delivery locations, delivery months and other terms are standardized, making futures contracts universal.
In the futures contract, only the futures price is the only variable, which is generated by open auction on the exchange.
3. Classification of contracts
Digital currency contracts can be divided into: delivery contracts and perpetual contracts.
(1) Delivery contract: Futures delivery refers to the process in which both parties to the transaction settle the expired open contracts through the transfer of the ownership of the commodities contained in the futures contract when the futures contract expires.
(2) Perpetual contract: It is a derivative product similar to leveraged spot trading, and is a digital currency contract product settled in BTC, USDT and other currencies. Investors can obtain the benefits of rising digital currency prices by buying long, or obtain benefits from falling digital currency prices by selling short.
Perpetual contracts differ from traditional futures in a certain way: they have no expiration time, so there is no limit to how long a position can be held. In order to ensure that the underlying price index is tracked, the perpetual contract ensures that its price closely follows the price of the underlying asset through the mechanism of funding fees.
⑼ What is a Bitcoin futures contract
Bitcoin futures contracts are usually standardized contracts based on the Bitcoin price index.
Bitcoin futures offered by bitcoin exchanges are usually traded in bitcoin. Futures are relative to the spot, and the spot is a commodity that can be delivered with one hand and one hand, while futures are not actually “goods”, but an agreement (contract) that promises to deliver “goods” (subject) at a future time – futures contract .
Subject: Also known as the underlying asset, which explains what to buy or sell. At present, the underlying bitcoin futures are the bitcoin price index, and the methods of generating settlement and delivery prices are based on this index.
Fees: Unlike stock transactions, which are subject to stamp duties, commissions, transfer fees, and other fees, futures transactions are only charged a handling fee. There are two types of transaction fees for Bitcoin futures: opening and closing positions, which are charged when opening a position (such as OKCoin) and when closing a position (such as 796). Bitcoin futures fees are generally 0.03% of the total contract value.
Margin: Margin is closely related to another concept – leverage, which generally reflects the level of income and risk by leverage ratio. For example, 796’s newly launched 50 times leverage (ie 2% margin), it means that investors can invest 1 Bitcoin to buy 50 Bitcoin futures contracts (ie 50 times leverage);
or From another perspective, 1 bitcoin invested by an investor is equivalent to 2% of the 50 bitcoins purchased (ie, 2% margin ratio).
Through 50 times leverage, the return of futures relative to spot is magnified by 50 times, such as buying 1 coin spot and buying 50 more coin futures with 1 coin at the same time, assuming spot and futures prices If both rise by 100%, then the spot earns 1 coin, and the futures earns 50 coins.
(9) What is the estimated price of Bitcoin contract? Extended reading
A futures contract is an agreement by the buyer to�An agreement to receive an asset at a price and a seller agrees to deliver an asset at a specified price after a specified period of time. The price that both parties agree to use in future transactions is called the futures price.
The specified date on which future transactions must be entered into between the parties is called the settlement date or delivery date. The assets that both parties agree to exchange are called “underlyings”. If an investor takes a position in the market by buying a futures contract (that is, agreeing to buy it at a future date), it is called a long position or a long position in futures.
On the contrary, if the investor’s position is to sell a futures contract (that is, to assume responsibility for the contract to be sold in the future), it is called a short position or a short position on futures.
⑽ What are the price limit rules for Bitcoin contracts
Why do people still play contracts? How many are Changsheng generals? This thing fluctuates too much, and both long and short are eaten.
The most secure options are fixed investment and Bitoffer options.
Options are the best hedging tool for spot, how to hedge? For example, if you open a put option on Bitoffer, if Bitcoin falls from $8,700 to $8,000, theoretically your spot will lose $700, but your put option will gain $700. In this way, you can completely hedge. risk of losing the market.