Huobi and Binance's ETH_CQ and ETHUSDT reached a seven day period high on the 6th October indicating a 60.45% decrease from the 60 day high of 18.03, making a spread of -10.899 during the 50 days, the pairing is positioned at 3.405 as of 7th October 2020 from 04:06 looking at profit of 0.00032272 bitcoin for every one bitcoin exchanged. Since we began we have seen the height of 10.276 since October began. In the last 24 hours the spread reached a high of 7.131 meaning -28.289 shortening from the year high creating a 79.87% decrease. Huobi's and Binance's ETH_CQ to ETHUSDT is 68th currently. This arbitrage opportunity isn't a fanciful activity, and nowhere near HBDM BTC_CQ to Binance BTCUSDC and Binance ETHBTC to Kraken XETHXXBT which should be primary.
7th October 2020 04:06:21 UTC - 2 weeks ago
Huobi ETH_CQ @ 340.52500000
Binance ETHUSDT @ 337.12000000
Captured Bitcoin Price
Profit Per 1.00000000 Bitcoin *
0.00032272 BTC with a 1.01% return
Bitcoin Trade Size
This harvests an income of 0.0059703 bitcoin if you leverage 18.5 bitcoin of ETH_CQ at Huobi at the price of 340.52500000 and buy the twin size of 18.5 BTC of ETHUSDT at Binance set at 337.12000000 resulting in 63.18 USD gain with bitcoin jumping around at $10,582 per 1 BTC. Our recommendation is to look into this, as it would return a profit if carried out to the amount of 0.00032272 for every 1 BTC. The spread shown points that the gains would be curbed placing doubt to proceed, chiefly when you have the opportunities presented by Binance ETHBTC to Kraken XETHXXBT providing 0.03187199 bitcoin return per 1 bitcoin for the time being.
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