On the 10th August 2019 we enabled monitoring of Binance and Huobi DM ETHBTC to ETHCW arbitrage combination, currently there is an available 1.1928% return executing this trade as it is temporarily displaying okay since Wednesday, the match is positioned at -139.776998 from 10:57:46 today looking at profit of 0.00025934 bitcoin with every one bitcoin traded. Since we began we have verified its top out at -122.632871 since the 1st of March 2020. In the last 24 hours the spread reached a high of -122.632871 resulting in a -6.513887 short this year resulting in a -6% contraction from that spread. Binance and Huobi DM ETHBTC to ETHCW is 151st currently. This arbitrage opportunity isn't a premium activity, and nowhere near Binance BTCTUSD to HBDM BTC_NW and Binance BTCUSDT to Bitmex XBTM20 which should be investigated.
12th March 2020 10:57:46 UTC - 58 weeks ago
Binance ETHBTC @ 0.02200200
Huobi DM ETHCW @ 139.79900000
Captured Bitcoin Price
Profit Per 1.00000000 Bitcoin *
0.00025934 BTC with a 1.1928% return
Bitcoin Trade Size
This results in an income of 0.0039765 BTC when you put up 15.3333 BTC of ETHBTC at Binance at the current price of 0.02200200 and order the very same amount of 15.3333 BTC of ETHCW at Huobi DM for 139.79900000 bringing a 25.45 USD profit with BTC trading at $6,401. At present we recommend look at the combination opportunities, as it would provide profit if executed to the tune of 0.00025934 per one bitcoin. The current standing would be points that the profits would be stunted making it not worthwhile especially when you have the choice of Binance BTCUSDT to Bitmex XBTM20 resulting in 0.06931909 BTC return per 1 BTC this Thursday.
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