Binance crypto futures market info

(Last Updated On: February 13, 2020)
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It looks like their futures markets is now bigger than the spot. These future markets by Binance is fairly new.

Margin is huge of 75x like with XRP

Teaming up with others may put into #1 spot. Do realize the bigger markets seem to be questioned in the past regard to trust

High performing coins are added like LINK with 75x margin

Here is the most recent CCXT info I could find for Binance future markets

It looks Binance itself released a Python API for Binance futures

I can confirm the Python SDK from Binance does work indeed!

In terms of volume I could calculate voume roughly:

SPOT: btc/usdt 24 hr volume 825,000,000 USDT approx = 81,000 BTC approx

FUTURES: 24 hr volume BTCUSDT =214,467 BTC approx

Futures is almost 3x bigger than spot equivilant in BTC/USDT. Make sense?

Commentary of Market functionality demos in Binance Futures Python SDK <– useful for past day worth <– another metric to see comparitive performance <– old market price in last X data points <– all in USDT for relative comparison to see which has most interest <- good for bid/ask spread analysis <– bid/ask on particular ticker

All of these script demos are useful for real time and historical analysis over 1 day

More info

You can short even with Binance Futures

There are even more bigger news if you wanted to do market making

Here are the coin pairs you have with Binance Futures:


I plan to use these Python scripts for intraday metrics

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