Comparison of perpetual swaps on Bitmex, Deribit and Crypto Facilities – Making Money on Bitcoin


My English is a bit slow, feel free to watch it at 1.5x speed You pay/get funding for each spike because these are not averaged Enough to buy a Lambo-shaped car air freshener… That was a mistake, due to inverse nature of the swap, long position is easier to deleverage and long should have significantly more margin that’s a longish wait, feel free to fast forward a few minutes un less you want to see me explaining why I wait Funding Bitmex overload, looking at the orderbook and funding rate I decided the price will go up after system goes back to accepting orders, this is why I executed here My mouse was broken, double clicked sometimes, I was still waiting for a new one… Deribit is faster than Deribit… yeah sure… I meant Deribit is advertised to be faster than Bitmex They take positions with their margin (1% or more for bigger positions). That 1% is supposed to be liquidity provider’s profit if he can immediately hedge at mark price somewhere else. Nothing like non-existent old Poloniex support lol

2 thoughts on “Comparison of perpetual swaps on Bitmex, Deribit and Crypto Facilities – Making Money on Bitcoin”

  1. How do you identify the market maker? You expect chads to mainly use marker orders and the market maker to put front running walls?

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