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Help Please

Brothers and Sisters, I am from India, Delhi. In last 3 months I lost about USD 8000 in crypto trading. Initially I made some profit from my own money and then invested with money some borrowed money but lost everything due to recent bearish market. I tried margin trading in bitmex to recover it but lost everything when BTC went down to hit USD 6600.
Lender is threatening to throw me and my wife and 1 year daughter out of my home if I dont return money with interest in next 1 month. My wife will leave me with our daughter if she came to know of this.
I earn approx USD 153 a month and own no other asset to sell apart from 33 sq. Meter home my family lives in. I ask all of you to help me to the extent it doesn't hurt you. If you cant atleast upvote me so that maximum people can see this.
Help please!
BTC: 1QHA2KLGC5TgJZ3U7ZauwxdoF24SYPL7Tu
ETH: 0x791a647f315ede8880e9a612917717707bc18250
BNB: 0x791a647f315ede8880e9a612917717707bc18250
Bitcoin Cash: 1QHA2KLGC5TgJZ3U7ZauwxdoF24SYPL7Tu
NEO: AUAxp2hPwCgLy3eqrLCyJxjZj986ogFnAH
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XBT/USD Analysis: Volume Pick Up The Pace As Bitcoin Returns In the $7,000 Zone – BitMEX Margin Trading

XBT/USD Analysis: Volume Pick Up The Pace As Bitcoin Returns In the $7,000 Zone – BitMEX Margin Trading submitted by n4bb to CoinPath [link] [comments]

Binance on its way to challenge BitMEX in margin trading

Binance on its way to challenge BitMEX in margin trading submitted by towjamb to ethtrader [link] [comments]

42% realized, 47% margin balance BitMEX Trading Bot in LESS than a day!

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https://t.me/makemarketsgeneratecrypto

Imagine a bot that aggregates the TRADES of a dozen+ exchanges, then automates buys/sells for the SMAs of buy/sell volume across that index... wouldn't that be super-powerful?

That's what I've done!

Don't believe me? Launch your handy Chrome in web security disabled mode (because otherwise you'll get Cross Origin Resource Policy errors.. you can try it without, if you want, and see the errors crop up on your web console... on linux/mac: chromium-browser --disable-web-security --user-data-dir=~/ or google-chrome --disable-web-security --user-data-dir=~/, and plug in your testnet API keys here: http://35.239.130.201/

The keys are saved in localStorage, never hitting the server!

Next, again in settings, set your first browser tab to BTCUSD and your second browser tab to ETHUSD (no other pairs work as-yet...)

Voila!

It'll build a history (ignore if it says 'history not found, naughty naughty - the original code has two pieces that weren't published - a CORS proxy and a history API.)

then wait for it to reach 14+ 10 second bars, it'll show you SMAs/EMAs, it'll fail on the first api /order calls without an orderQty because we don't want it to trade midswing, after the first SMA cross you'll achieve victory...

It'll perform even betterish almost the sameish on livenet, it loses some margin bal when realizing gains... because there's 0 volume on testnet all told it should perform better on livenet...there is an issue that less orders (post-only, up/down an interval) will be filled BECAUSE more volume...

https://t.me/makemarketsgeneratecrypto

Want to see my (while beta + testnet) opensource code? https://github.com/DunnCreativeSS/aggr.trades-bitmex-sma-bot

Want to run it on livenet? Let's discuss a subscription fee (variable with volume + gains...) and I'll change the code in a jiffy to give you that facility!
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40% realized, 124% margin balance BitMEX Trading Bot in LESS than a day!

**since beginning this draft, bot has increased to a fab 41% realized, 175% margin…**
https://i.imgur.com/y0ws8WP.png
Live stats! http://35.239.130.201:3000/
Few hours since the OG screenshot (below): https://i.imgur.com/O5CnH9f.png
https://i.imgur.com/k0bcX8L.png
https://t.me/makemarketsgeneratecrypto
Imagine a bot that aggregates the TRADES of a dozen+ exchanges, then automates buys/sells for the SMAs of buy/sell volume across that index… wouldn’t that be super-powerful?
That’s what I’ve done!
Don’t believe me? Launch your handy Chrome in web security disabled mode (because otherwise you’ll get Cross Origin Resource Policy errors.. you can try it without, if you want, and see the errors crop up on your web console… on linux/mac: chromium-browser — disable-web-security — user-data-dir=~/ or google-chrome — disable-web-security — user-data-dir=~/, and plug in your testnet API keys here: http://35.239.130.201/
The keys are saved in localStorage, never hitting the server!
Next, again in settings, set your first browser tab to BTCUSD and your second browser tab to ETHUSD (no other pairs work as-yet…)
Voila!
It’ll build a history (ignore if it says ‘history not found, naughty naughty — the original code has two pieces that weren’t published — a CORS proxy and a history API.)
then wait for it to reach 14+ 10 second bars, it’ll show you SMAs/EMAs, it’ll fail on the first api /order calls without an orderQty because we don’t want it to trade midswing, after the first SMA cross you’ll achieve victory…
It’ll perform even betterish almost the sameish on livenet, it loses some margin bal when realizing gains… because there’s 0 volume on testnet all told it should perform better on livenet…there is an issue that less orders (post-only, up/down an interval) will be filled BECAUSE more volume…
https://t.me/makemarketsgeneratecrypto
Want to see my (while beta + testnet) opensource code? https://github.com/DunnCreativeSS/aggr.trades-bitmex-sma-bot
Want to run it on livenet? Let’s discuss a subscription fee (variable with volume + gains…) and I’ll change the code in a jiffy to give you that facility! NOTE beta livenet (before fixing it to whitelist account #s) here: http://34.68.94.126/
https://i.imgur.com/O5CnH9f.png
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BitMEX just had $8billion volume yesterday - here is a guide on BitMEX trading for those interested in margin trading.

BitMEX just had $8billion volume yesterday - here is a guide on BitMEX trading for those interested in margin trading. submitted by -OctopusPrime to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Following BitMEX’s Footsteps? Programmer Reveals Margin Trading Code In Binance’s Bitcoin Pairs

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Following BitMEX’s Footsteps? Programmer Reveals Margin Trading Code In Binance’s Bitcoin Pairs - newsBTC

Following BitMEX’s Footsteps? Programmer Reveals Margin Trading Code In Binance’s Bitcoin Pairs - newsBTC submitted by ulros to fbitcoin [link] [comments]

Following BitMEX's Footsteps? Programmer Reveals Margin Trading Code In Binance's Bitcoin Pairs

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For anyone interested in Margin Trading BTC on BitMEX - I made a guide that may help you out.

For anyone interested in Margin Trading BTC on BitMEX - I made a guide that may help you out. submitted by -OctopusPrime to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Beginners Guide to Margin Trading on Bitmex Another Trybe airdrop highlights a big difference between EOS and from Switzerland in here?

Looking at it with fresh eyes, EOS is the only way after the luck I have just received. ​ As of right now, there are more than a handful and I can't change my permissions in Fairywallet. I’ve been trying to vote with my other account that I changed the owner to the public key of the user?
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For anyone interested in Margin Trading BTC on BitMEX - I made a guide that may help you out.

For anyone interested in Margin Trading BTC on BitMEX - I made a guide that may help you out. submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Feeling down about crypto losses? Check out this twitter bot that shows every liquidated margin trade on BitMex, many of which are in the millions, and 100x leverage. Hope that made your day a little better!

Feeling down about crypto losses? Check out this twitter bot that shows every liquidated margin trade on BitMex, many of which are in the millions, and 100x leverage. Hope that made your day a little better! submitted by MrHindoG to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

Exchange listing speculation

Any exchange that is currently providing custody and ICO claiming services. So, major spot exchanges:
Confirmed: Bitfinex, Okex
Highly likely: Coinbase, Kraken, Binance
Bitfinex already has a ticker set up on trading view, so they're in. They also have a long/short ticker on Tradingview so I'd expect them to have futures available.
Okex has futures set up. I'd expect Binance to have futures at some point shortly after launch. I'd imagine even Bitmex wouldn't want to be left out and will likely set up a futures market for Dot. So major futures/margin exchanges:
Confirmed: Okex, FTX, Bitfinex
Highly likely: Binance
Probable: Bitmex

Heard through the grapevine that Cumberland DRW will be adding Dot for OTC trading as soon as possible after transfers are enabled.
Major OTC exchanges:
Highly likely: Cumberland DRW

In my opinion Dot will be this cycles Ethereum in terms of hype and growth. All the big boys are anticipating this as well and don't want to be left behind, which is why you see a lot of them setting up Dot custody and Dot listing behind the scenes. I'd expect announcements over the next couple of weeks to confirm. I even think it's possible we'll hear announcements concerning institutional investment e.g. Grayscale Trust and Galaxy Digital Asset Fund some point soon after exchange launch.
*This is speculation, but imo not unfounded.
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Does ZeroMQ allow placing orders and receiving current/historical orders through python?

So I've been developing a custom trading program. It allows trading crypto on binance and bitmex. I want to extend my app to be able to trade forex as well by connecting it to my broker's MT4 terminal via ZeroMQ. I also want to implement a "stats" section where I can see my portfolio and general account information (such as currently open orders, total free balance, total "locked" balance, margin level and so on) on each of Binance, BitMex and forex broker--all in one section.
To do this, I need ZeroMQ to be able to:
  1. stream live tick data from MT4 terminal to my python app
  2. send currently open orders from MT4 terminal to my python app
  3. send closed historical orders from MT4 terminal to my python app
  4. send current balance and margin level information from MT4 terminal to my python app
  5. place a new order from my python app
  6. cancel/close an open order from my python app
  7. modify an open order from my python app
Does ZeroMQ allow all of these features?
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Does ZeroMQ allow placing orders and receiving current/historical orders through python?

So I've been developing a custom trading program. It allows trading crypto on binance and bitmex. I want to extend my app to be able to trade forex as well by connecting it to my broker's MT4 terminal via ZeroMQ. I also want to implement a "stats" section where I can see my portfolio and general account information (such as currently open orders, total free balance, total "locked" balance, margin level and so on) on each of Binance, BitMex and forex broker--all in one section.
To do this, I need ZeroMQ to be able to:
  1. stream live tick data from MT4 terminal to my python app
  2. send currently open orders from MT4 terminal to my python app
  3. send closed historical orders from MT4 terminal to my python app
  4. send current balance and margin level information from MT4 terminal to my python app
  5. place a new order from my python app
  6. cancel/close an open order from my python app
  7. modify an open order from my python app
Does ZeroMQ allow all of these features?
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Which Crypto Platforms Do Traders Trust the Most?

Which Crypto Platforms Do Traders Trust the Most?

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Trust is one commodity in the cryptocurrency market that is more valuable for trading platforms than anything else, being that the crypto industry is renowned for the number of platforms that are either maliciously or negligently harmful to their clientele.
It also takes a significant amount of effort and consistency in order for a platform to be able to build up trust within the community, and this also adds to the importance for any cryptocurrency trading platform to be able to build rapport with users and a reputation for professionalism.
We’re breaking down a short list of the crypto trading platforms which investors and traders trust the most in 2020, and exactly how these platforms have built the reputations that they had today.
Trust in the Crypto Space is Hard to Earn, Can be Lost in a Day

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One of the most important lessons for any cryptocurrency trading platform is to learn from the mistakes of others instead of experience, and that trust with cryptocurrency traders is hard to earn and very easy to lose.
One of the best examples of a trading platform falling from grace in a spectacular fashion is the implosion of crypto margin trading platform, Bitmex, in 2019 and 2020, where a stream of scandals relating to the integrity of the platform has seen a huge downturn in trade volumes and revenue at the platform.
The downfall of Bitmex acts as a warning to any cryptocurrency trading platform that decides to take their users and the cryptocurrency community as a whole for granted and to think that it won’t have an impact on the bottom line.
What are the Important Considerations?
Security is one of the most important considerations for traders when selecting platforms to use and remain with long-term, being that so many platforms have lost their users’ funds or have implemented low-quality security measures.
As well as this, the integrity of the platform is another major factor in the perception of the cryptocurrency community as to the quality of a given exchange or brokerage, being that many trading platforms have implemented questionable methods of operating.
Another major concern for crypto traders is the communication channels that they have available with a trading platform, and the quality of the customer service that is available at the platform, with the most respected trading platforms also having the best customer service.
Which Crypto Platforms Do Traders Trust the Most?
  • PrimeXBT

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Although PrimeXBT has only been in the cryptocurrency market for the past 3 years, in that time it has rapidly built a reputation for being a respected and trusted place to trade cryptocurrencies and a wide range of traditional assets.
Because of the robust security measures implemented throughout the site, it has never been hacked or beached, and this has been a fundamental reason for PrimeXBT building the reputation that it has.
As well as this, PrimeXBT was voted as having the best customer service of the top 5 cryptocurrency margin trading platforms on the market, and being the only platform to score high points in all categories in the study.
PrimeXBT also provides regular daily or weekly updates about new features and tools that are being built into the platform, and has a variety of different communication channels available for traders and investors to reach out and get in touch.
  • Coinbase

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Coinbase is a cryptocurrency trading platform that has been an integral part of the industry for many years, and has been a market leader for much of the time.
Coinbase implements professional-grade security measures throughout the platform, and also is known for having good trading systems and features available.
The only area where Coinbase has received some flak has been in the significantly higher fees the platform charges compared to other trading platforms, and this has brought a bad taste with some traders, however as a whole Coinbase has solidified its reputation over the past years.
In Summary: Which Crypto Platforms Do Traders Trust the Most?
There are a number of key factors that determine the trust that traders and investors have for any given trading platform, with all of these being important, and trading platforms that appropriately focus on them being the ones that have the best reputations in the industry.
Things like the security and safety of a platform, the communication between the platform and the community, and the integrity of the platform and its track record over any significant period of time, will contribute to the platform's reputation in the eyes of crypto traders.
To find out more about PrimeXBT and Coinbase, two of the most well-respected platforms in the cryptocurrency market, check out PrimeXBT’s security features and Coinbase.
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Does ZeroMQ allow placing orders and receiving current/historical orders through python?

So I've been developing a custom trading program. It allows trading crypto on binance and bitmex. I want to extend my app to be able to trade forex as well by connecting it to my broker's MT4 terminal via ZeroMQ. I also want to implement a "stats" section where I can see my portfolio and general account information (such as currently open orders, total free balance, total "locked" balance, margin level and so on) on each of Binance, BitMex and forex broker--all in one section.
To do this, I need ZeroMQ to be able to:
  1. stream live tick data from MT4 terminal to my python app
  2. send currently open orders from MT4 terminal to my python app
  3. send closed historical orders from MT4 terminal to my python app
  4. send current balance and margin level information from MT4 terminal to my python app
  5. place a new order from my python app
  6. cancel/close an open order from my python app
  7. modify an open order from my python app
Does ZeroMQ allow all of these features?
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MCS | 100% Profitable Bitcoin Trading Method

MCS | 100% Profitable Bitcoin Trading Method
\This post has been written by Hedgehog, an MCS influencer and one of Korea's famous cryptocurrency key opinion leaders.*

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#Be_a_Trader!
Greetings from MCS, the derivatives trading platform where traders ALWAYS come first.

Cryptocurrency traders are realizing valuable profits through intense trading in their own way. The strategy I am going to share with you is not complicated and may not be the best strategy, but it is a way to trade Bitcoin that is 100% profitable.

🎯 What are Funding Fees?


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If you want to trade in bitcoin with 100% profitability, you must first understand the concept of funding fees of perpetual contracts. Due to the nature of Bitcoin perpetual contracts, as it it is a futures product with no expiration date, the gap between the spot price and contract price is closely maintained through funding fees. In simple terms, the funding fee is paid or received once every 8 hours each day to prevent the price of the MCS BTC/USDT perpetual contracts from diverging excessively from the spot price by that can occur due to higher demands in shorts or longs.
For more details regarding funding fees, please find the helpful links below.
Funding Overview : https://help.mycoinstory.com/hc/en-us/articles/360041059811-Funding-Overview

🎯 Bitcoin Trading Strategy with 100% Profitability


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Once MCS traders have a complete understanding of funding fees, you can start trading Bitcoin with 100% profit. This trading strategy is called the 1x Short Strategy. Due to the nature of the Bitcoin perpetual contract inverse product, if I take a 1x short position, my bitcoin quantity will vary depending on the bitcoin price, but strangely my assets will remain constant. In this situation, if you receive funding fees, you will continue to accumulate huge interest.
If you are new to the 1x short strategy, you may have not resonated with the details above. I will now explain the details one by one below.

👉 How Can My Assets Be The Same When The Bitcoin Quantity Fluctuates?


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The above chart is a shows the BTC profit and loss when entering the 1x short position with 1 BTC at 10,000 dollars (blue line) and holding 1 BTC as it is (red line). When 1 BTC is held as it is, the amount of BTC does not change depending on the price change. However, if I took a 1x short position with 1 BTC for 10,000 dollars, my BTC profit or loss will fluctuate as shown in the in the blue line according to the change in BTC price. You don't have to worry too much if a 1x short position generates BTC profit or loss. Let's look at the chart below.

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In the chart above, the blue line is a position of 1x short with 1 BTC at 10,000 dollars, and the red line is just holding 1 BTC. In this chart, you can see how the value of the asset changes according to the price change. In a glance, you can see that the value of 1 BTC changes according to the price changes. Surprisingly, the blue 1x short position line stays stable in value.
I believe that the more experienced MCS traders realized why the value of the 1x short remained constant. However if you encountered this for the first time, it may be a little difficult to understand. For everyone who did not completely understand, I will explain the 1x short strategy with an example.
💡 Example:
Suppose Hedgehog has 1 BTC in his MCS account and the current BTC price is $10,000. Hedgehog entered 10,000 short contracts with 1x leverage at $10,000 using 1 BTC as margin. Then this can be organized as follows.
Hedgehog's Original Capital = 1BTC Hedgehog's Original Fiat Capital = $10,000
Over time, the price of Bitcoin has reached $15,000. Many traders believe that for a short position, if the price increases, there will be a loss. However there is an exception for 1x short positions. Hedgehog's BTC quantity and asset value can be summarized as follows.
Short Position PNL Equation = (1/Average Closing Price - 1/Average Entry Price) * Quantity
As time has passed, the Bitcoin price is assumed to be $15,000, so the average end price = $15,000
Since Hedgehog entered 10,000 short contracts at $10,000 with 1x leverage, average entry price = $10,000, contract quantity = 10,000 contracts
If substituted, (1/15000 - 1/10000) * 10000 = -0.33333333BTC Hedgehog's loss in BTC is -0.33333333 BTC.
Hedgehog's current BTC Holdings = 1BTC - 0.33333333BTC = 0.66666667BTC
Hedgehog's Asset Value = 0.66666667BTC * $15,000 = $10,000.00005
Wait What‼️ Although the amount of BTC decreased, the price of bitcoin increased by the amount of lost BTC, and the asset value of Hedgehog remained the same.‼️
It is the same in the scenario when the bitcoin price falls. In the case of a 1x short position, if the bitcoin price falls, the amount of BTC increases accordingly, but the bitcoin price decreases, so the asset value of Hedgehog remains at about $10,000. Do you now understand how the 1x short strategy freezes the asset value?
Let's move onto the 2nd question.

👉 But Receiving Funding Fees For Short Position Isn't Guaranteed

If you have clearly established the concept of Funding Fee, you may think "Funding isn't always paid by longs". Funding fees are in some cases paid by longs and some cases paid by shorts. However, if you look at the major cryptocurrency derivatives exchanges Bitmex, Bybit, and MCS, if 90 funding fees are settled per month, more than 95% of them are statistically paid by long positions.

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If you look at the two tables above, it shows the funding settlement history of BTC/USDT Perpetual Contracts on MCS. Since the first launch of MCS on June 15, the funding fee has been settled about 171 times. If you don't believe my words, you can check the MCS funding details directly through the link below.
MCS Funding Details : https://mycoinstory.com/contract/funding-history

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Some of the world's major banks already have zero interest rates, and many are heading towards zero interest. The Korean bank installments are also 3-4% per year at best, and if you do not pay installments for a long time, you will also have to pay taxes. So I started to take a 1x short installment at MCS. In addition, since the interest on the funding fee comes in every 8 hours, real-time compounding is also possible.

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In particular, if you look at the funding history on July 28th, you have received an interest of 0.22% in one day. To expand the timeframe, that would be 6.6% of interest for the entire month and 79.2% per year!!! 79.2% INTEREST!! Moreover, if you keep increasing your 1x short position with real-time compounding, this is a risk-free, unconditional way to trade Bitcoin.
Try risk-free trading after familiarizing yourself with the 1x short strategy.

I am a Bitcoin margin trader, Hedgehog. Thank you for reading this post.
\For convenience purposes, trading fees and withdrawal fees are not included in the example of 1x short strategy in this article. The captured image of is an account Hedgehog actually holds with the 1x short savings.*

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Traders ALWAYS come first on MCS.
Thank you.

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MCS | What is Leverage in Bitcoin Margin Trading?

MCS | What is Leverage in Bitcoin Margin Trading?
*This post has been written by Hedgehog, an MCS influencer and one of Korea's famous cryptocurrency key opinion leaders.
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#Be_a_Trader!
Greetings from MCS, the derivatives trading platform where traders ALWAYS come first.

If you are a bitcoin trader, you have probably heard of bitcoin leverage trading at least once. I think leverage is a very important function in bitcoin margin trading, along with short selling. What does leverage mean here?

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The Definition of Leverage

Leverage comes from leveraging, and we all know what a lever does unless you fell asleep in middle school. The lever principle consists of force, the perpendicular distance from the pivot, moment, and more... Actually, I forgot all about the concept of the lever principle. ;)
A simple explanation of the lever principle is the force multiplication using a small force to lift large objects. Scissors and bottle openers that we often use in everyday life are all using the principle of the lever. The leverage in Bitcoin margin trading can also be understood as a function that gives the effect of a large investment with a small investment.
Leverage is also commonly used in real estate transactions. When one's capital is $1 million and wants to purchase a $2 million building, borrowing $1 million from a bank or other financial institution and purchasing the building is also included in the concept of leverage. By applying this concept directly into the leverage on bitcoin margin trading, which will be explained below, one can purchase a $2 million building with a capital of $1 million, doubling the leverage.
The maximum leverage available for each cryptocurrency derivatives exchange varies slightly. You can use up to 100x leverage on the MCS Bitcoin derivatives exchange. This means that I can trade using up to 100x leverage, which means I can invest up to 100x of my capital.
When making a general Bitcoin transaction, if my capital is $500, the maximum number of Bitcoins that I can be purchased is only $500 worth of Bitcoins. However, on the MCS Bitcoin derivatives exchange, if my capital is $500 and uses 100 times leverage, I can trade with $50K worth of Bitcoins.

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The profit and loss rate when trading with and without leverage is the difference between heaven and earth. Assuming that the Bitcoin price has doubled after purchasing, if you invested $500 without using leverage, you will make a profit of $500 and your last asset balance will be $1K. On the other hand, if you used 100 times the leverage and invested $500, the actual transaction will be $50K worth of Bitcoin, so your profit will be $50K, and my final asset will be $50.5K. As you may have noticed, you can earn as much profit as the leverage used. Thus, although my capital may be limited, by using leverage on the MCS Bitcoin derivatives exchange, I can realize an unbelievable return on my capital.

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Since I am telling you about leverage, I would like to introduce to the MCS traders who actually realized financial freedom through Bitcoin margin trading at the end of 2017. BJ Wedorm, a legend amongst Korean margin traders, started investing in Bitcoin with $4K and "retired" after a year of trading with a fortune of $10 billion. He who was born in 1996-1997 traded on BitMEX using leverage to triumph the financial freedom we all dream of.

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💡 "Poverty has many roots, but the tap root is ignorance." - Lyndon B. Johnson
In Bitcoin margin trading, leverage is a means of trading large investment funds with small capital. Leverage trading is a typical high-risk high-return, a double-edged sword that can be beneficial or harmed to you depending on how you use it. I wish all MCS traders to realize financial freedom by wisely using this leverage, a key element of Bitcoin margin trading, along with short selling.

I am a Bitcoin margin trader, Hedgehog. Thank you for reading this post.
\Trading with leverage is clearly a way to earn a large return; however, it is highly risky. Before trading with leverage, I strongly recommend that you fully understand the advantages and disadvantages of leveraged trading.*

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Bitmex

BitMEX is a P2P crypto-products trading platform. BitMEX and the mobile apps issued under BMEX are wholly owned and operated by HDR Global Trading Limited, a Republic of Seychelles incorporated entity or its relevant authorised affiliates. Cryptocurrency charts by TradingView. Bitmex Register Buy and Sell Bitcoin ( BTC ) Bitmex There are many platforms for trading bitcoin and other crypto currencies, but if you want to make complex transactions...
2- BitMEX has remained a dominant force in the futures market for several years. But, regional investments allow Bitmex international and 100x Group to diversify its business further. Bitmex. Warnings Published: 03/03/2020 Last updated: 05/03/2020. We believe this firm has been providing financial services or products in the UK without our authorisation. Find out why to be especially wary of dealing with this unauthorised firm and how to protect yourself from scammers.
3.- What is Bitmex international is a cryptocurrency exchange that was launched in 2014 and it offers different financial products. Among these products we find cryptocurrency margin trading for Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin up to 100x in the case of Bitcoin.
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CMV: Exchanges are just casinos in disguise.

CMV: Exchanges are just casinos in disguise.
Here me out. Today's hottest platforms (e.g. Binance, BitMex, Robinhood...) are just casinos disguised as financial tools.
Nowadays, the biggest casinos on the block don’t offer Blackjack or Dice. Instead, they offer a host of features like 100x margin, options trading, and now yield farming.
I don't want to criticize innovative platforms, but rather, draw parallels between them and gambling sites (like our own EarnBet.io).
The average user understands the risks when they play a hand of Blackjack.The average user may not understand the risks when they open a 125x margin position on Binance (and most on this sub are probably more knowledgable than the average user I'm referring to).
Let's take a look at BitMex
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Arthur Hayes, a Citigroup and Deutsche Bank alumnus, has become a billionaire and one of the ultimate casino bosses by bringing BTC derivatives contracts and margin trading to the mainstream.
Woohoo, finally we can make massive bets with small amounts of collateral using 100x leverage.
Like most unregulated crypto exchanges offering complex financial products, BitMex has faced accusations of trading against their customers, weaponising server crashes, and profiting heavily from liquidations—accusations Hayes has denied of course.
If the house always wins, BitMex has straight-up built itself a mansion.
What about Binance Casino?
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Not to be outdone, Binance recently began offering 125x leverage, graciously even explaining why this extremely high-risk position could be more profitable than a boring 20x trade:
Don't you want an extra $1250, or nah?
Binance recently delisted FTX tokens (leveraged bull/bear assets) explaining that they were too confusing for users. Two weeks later, Binance released their own arguably more complex leveraged tokens.
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And now of course, Robinhood
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Even platforms with products outside of the cryptocurrency space, like Robinhood, have realized they can turn their stale retail investing apps into casinos, all without having to attain a gaming license.
Robinhood, which offers cryptocurrency investing, is super aware of the crypto-trader mindset. With an average user age of 31, Robinhood offers tempting gains from penny stocks, margin trading, and options.
"The gambling casinos are closed and the [Federal Reserve] is promising you free money for the next two years, so let them speculate. Let them buy and trade. From my experience, this kind of stuff will end in tears." - Leon Cooperman, billionaire investor
"It’s almost like being in Las Vegas. They want to maximize the emotional impact of seeing that number” - Dan Egan, MD of Behavioral Finance and Investing, Betterment
Various message boards recruit members to run stocks up in thin after-hours sessions. Now companies advertise on WallStreetBets and /biz/ to pump their stocks and undereducated young investors are often left holding the bag.
Conclusion
Most exchanges are basically just casinos, and the behavior of most retail investors is similar to gambling. Trading on margin against the massive institutions of the world (and front-running exchanges) probably gives you worse odds than playing Blackjack with us. Agree? Disagree?
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Bitmex Leverage Trading Tutorial For Beginners Bitcoin ... Bitmax Exchange Margin Trading Full Tutorial How to Trade on Bitmex BitMEX Guide & Tutorial - Margin Bitcoin Exchange For ... Margin trading sur BITMEX - TUTO COMPLET FR

Overview. In the derivatives space, margin refers to the amount needed to enter into a leveraged position. Initial and Maintenance Margin refer to the minimum initial amount needed to enter a position and the minimum amount needed to keep that position from getting liquidated. As various users have varying trading strategies, BitMEX has employed two different methods of margining: Bitmex Margin Trading In Plain English. I’ll start off by defining a few terms that you’ll need to be familiar with in your early stages …. Margin trading — this is the method of conducting a purchase using cash that is provided to you (the trader) as a loan.In reality, you’re not really “borrowing funds” from any centralized entity, you’re merely swapping out “contracts Margin Balance: Your total equity held with the exchange. BitMEX is a P2P crypto-products trading platform. BitMEX and the mobile apps issued under BMEX are wholly owned and operated by HDR Global Trading Limited, a Republic of Seychelles incorporated entity or its relevant authorised affiliates. Margin Trading. BitMEX offers up to 100x leverage on some of its products. This means that you can buy as much as 100 Bitcoin of contracts with only 1 Bitcoin to back it. But be careful - with high leverage comes accelerated profit, but also the potential for accelerated loss. Worldwide, except countries that forbid cryptocurrency derivatives margin trading. Bitmex is banned in: Hong Kong, USA or any country/region that underlies US law, Québec (Canada), Bermuda, North Korea, Syria, Iran, Sudan, Cuba, the Republic of Seychelles, Crimea & Sevastopol. Bitmex Discussions on Reddit and others:

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