Risk-averse traders who believe Ethereum is in a bull trend often use the Iron Condor options strategy to limit their downside risk.
Up to $1.15 billion worth of Ether options are set to expire on March 26, and data suggests bullish traders may make a show of force after the expiry.
Singapore-based Bybit continues to add to its lineup of crypto derivatives products for users to trade with the latest expansion of its token coverage following other recent augmentations of the exchange’s product portfolio with the launch of new futures contracts.
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Volatility derivatives are coming to DeFi with backing from several VC giants.
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.
A stable funding rate paired with a record-high $20.3 billion open interest on BTC futures suggest that the current rally has room to extend higher.
Bitcoin’s recent 26% drop sent weak hands running for the hills, but derivatives data shows BTC’s setup is still bullish.
Hate being liquidated? Here’s how traders use the Long Butterfly options strategy to generate profits with less downside risk.
Eventually, Bitcoin price will run into overhead resistance. Here’s how pro traders use options to profit from and protect against downside moves.
Using multi-leg options can give traders a less risky way to invest in Ethereum price as it pushes above $2,000.