Since the 14th May 2019 we have been capturing market data from Bitfinex and Bitstamp LTCUSD to LTCUSD spread, these past 5 minutes you can get 0.2316% return executing this recommendation as it is currently displaying okay since Friday, the combination is sitting at 0.001 at 05:39 today with a profit of 0.00001509 BTC with every one bitcoin traded. Since tracking started we have seen a pairing high reach of 0.435 since the 1st of January 2020. In the last 24 hours the spread reached a high of 0.209 meaning -5.291 short this year resulting in a 96% change. Bitfinex to Bitstamp with LTCUSD LTCUSD is 156th from a pool of 239 combinations monitored. This arbitrage combination isn't a premium movement, and not in the same league as HBDM BTC_CQ to Bitmex XBTUSD and Bitmex XBTM20 to Binance BTCUSDT which should be followed.
29th January 2020 05:39:15 UTC - 64 weeks ago
Bitfinex LTCUSD @ 61.01100000
Bitstamp LTCUSD @ 61.01000000
Captured Bitcoin Price
Profit Per 1.00000000 Bitcoin *
0.00001509 BTC with a 0.2316% return
Bitcoin Trade Size
This represents an income of 0.00116193 BTC if you sell 77 bitcoin of LTCUSD at Bitfinex at the price of 61.01100000 and buy the matched amount of 77 BTC of LTCUSD at Bitstamp priced at 61.01000000 giving a 10.86 USD net gain with BTC staggering at 9,343 USD per 1 BTC. Right now we recommend to look more seriously at this pairing, this will return a profit when performed to the tune of 0.0000151 per one bitcoin. Everything shown says indicates that the gains will be modest placing doubt to proceed, chiefly when you consider the option of Bitmex XBTM20 to Binance BTCUSDT returning 0.04201452 BTC profit per 1 BTC currently.
Disclaimer : We are not financial consultants and all financial transactions are the responsbility of the user, this information provided is only valid at the timestamp of 29th January 2020 05:39:15, the material is intended for use as a historical report and for archiving purposes. If you require financial assistance then please contact a professional.
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