Huobi Pro's BTCUSDT and Bitstamp's BTCUSD combination pairs reached a seven day period high on the 5th November 2019 at 16:03 marking an overall 82% decrease from the ninety day high of 146.42, confirming a difference of -119.5 over the 87 days, the combination is sitting at 5.13 at 12:43 today looking at profit of 0.00155053 bitcoin for every 1 bitcoin spent. Since we began we have verified this spread topping off at 63.31 in the past month. In the last 24 hours the spread reached a high of 26.88 meaning -119.54 shortening from the year high resulting in a 81.64% shortening of that previous height. Huobi Pro and Bitstamp's BTCUSDT and BTCUSD is 44th currently. This spread is not looked upon as a excellent development, and not the same as Binance ETHBTC to Kraken XETHXXBT and HBDM BTC_CQ to Binance BTCPAX with it being more appeal.
7th November 2019 12:43:02 UTC - 29 weeks ago
Huobi Pro BTCUSDT @ 9172.44000000
Bitstamp BTCUSD @ 9167.31000000
Captured Bitcoin Price
Profit Per 1.00000000 Bitcoin *
0.00155053 BTC with a 0.155% return
Bitcoin Trade Size
This gives a profit of 0.002 bitcoin when you auction 1.3333 bitcoin of BTCUSDT at Huobi Pro at the market price of 9,172.44 and buy the very same quantity of 1.3333 bitcoin of BTCUSD at Bitstamp priced at 9,167.31 yielding a 18.34 USD gain with BTC holding at 9,171 USD. We would advise look into this, as it would return a profit when executed to the tune of 0.001551 per 1 BTC. The spread shown indicates that the profits will be causing doubt to proceed when presented with the availability of HBDM BTC_CQ to Binance BTCPAX providing 0.02120697 BTC profit per one bitcoin as of this moment.
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