Derivatives exchanges now offer $100,000–$300,000 Bitcoin call options, but how keen are pro traders to take the bait?
On-chain data points toward a bullish future for Bitcoin despite today’s sell-off to $50,400.
Bitcoin price briefly rallied above $60,000, but analysts say bulls are holding dry powder until after the March BTC futures expiry.
Trading Bitcoin options can be a great way to access leverage while avoiding the liquidation risk presented by futures contracts but investors must keep an eye on the premiums.
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Bitcoin perpetual futures buyers are paying a 5.4% weekly funding rate to keep their positions open, but is this sustainable?
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Bitcoin’s current volatility reflects traders’ excitement as the price bounces between key support and resistance levels.
Data show pro traders are still bullish even as Bitcoin price dips below $30,000 and Friday’s $4 billion BTC options expiry approaches.