Huobi Bitstamp with BTC_CQ BTCUSD reached a 14 day period high on the 1st October 2020 at 08:00 indicating a 26.52% shortening from the 60 day high of 431.12, confirming a difference of -114.33 during the 45 days, the match is positioned at 183.74 from 01:53:25 today with a profit of 0.01763670 BTC with every 1 bitcoin spent. Since we began we have watched its arbitrage top out at 316.79 in the past month between Huobi and Bitstamp. In the last 24 hours the spread reached a high of 228.22 meaning -1113.76 short on the year resulting in a 83.0% change. Huobi's BTC_CQ and Bitstamp's BTCUSD combo pairs is placed 17th currently. This arbitrage opportunity is not a fanciful movement, and not the same as HBDM BTC_CQ to Binance BTCTUSD and Bitmex ETHUSD to Poloniex BTC_ETH which should take you.
5th October 2020 01:53:25 UTC - 2 weeks ago
Huobi BTC_CQ @ 10888.72000000
Bitstamp BTCUSD @ 10704.98000000
Captured Bitcoin Price
Profit Per 1.00000000 Bitcoin *
0.01763670 BTC with a 1.76% return
Bitcoin Trade Size
This gives a profit of 1.005292 bitcoin if you auction 57 BTC of BTC_CQ at Huobi at the market price of 10,888.72 and buy the interchangable volume of 57 bitcoin of BTCUSD at Bitstamp priced at 10,704.98 turning a $10,753.62 profit with BTC fixed at 10,697 USD per one BTC. We propose you that you should examine this more, as it would return a profit if executed to the tune of 0.017637 for every 1 BTC.
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