Our second opportunity to report on HBDM's BTC_CQ and Binance's BTCUSDC pairings since 10th September 2019. Since the 10th August 2019 we have been providing of HBDM and Binance BTC_CQ to BTCUSDC arbitrage opportunities, today you can get 0.96% return swapping this trade as it is temporarily showing decent this week, the pairing currently spreads at 90.44 at 05:03 today with a profit of 0.00958020 bitcoin with every one bitcoin spent. Since we began we have watched this topping off at 234.69 since the beginning of September 2019. In the last 24 hours the spread reached a high of 103.11 meaning -193.45 decrease this year signalling a 65.2% reduction. HBDM's BTC_CQ and Binance's BTCUSDC is positioned 2nd currently. This arbitrage spread is a great top 20 opportunity now, and up there with Bitmex XBTU19 to Bitfinex BTCF0:USTF0 and HBDM BTC_CQ to Bitstamp BTCUSD.
12th September 2019 05:03:55 UTC - 23 weeks ago
HBDM BTC_CQ @ 10164.45000000
Binance BTCUSDC @ 10074.01000000
Captured Bitcoin Price
Profit Per 1.00000000 Bitcoin *
0.00958020 BTC with a 0.96% return
Bitcoin Trade Size
This gives an income of 0.02155545 bitcoin if you spend 2.25 BTC of BTC_CQ at HBDM at the market price of 10,164.45 and order the duplicate volume of 2.25 BTC of BTCUSDC at Binance for 10,074.01 meaning a 217.17 USD profit with bitcoin fixed at $10,075. Presently you will want to scrutinize this arbitrage pairing more, as it would return a profit if done to the sound of 0.0095802 to each 1 bitcoin.
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