Lowest risk lucrative Binance markets in this crypto currency crash

(Last Updated On: February 26, 2020)
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Here is a spreadsheet to show which Binance markets have lowest risk (lowest minimum order requirement) with most trading opportunity during this crash. It is quite clear to me it is in BTC and ETH. There are quite a few in both markets with decent liquidity on these pairs. Remember any US dollar crypto (e.g. USDT or Tether) or FIAT can be 10 Tether which is $10 American. That is quite high when there are lower risk opportunities as you will see in this spreadsheet. Note this file is based on an hourly timeframe.

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