Margin Vs Futures

Arguments for Margin

Arguments for Futures

Which should you use?

  1. How much size do we need to trade, and can we actually get a borrow for that size on the platform?
  2. How much interest are we going to be paying on the borrow?
  3. Do we actually need delivery of the other side?
  4. How long will we need to keep the position open for?
  1. How liquid are the futures contracts, and how much might we move the premium?
  2. Are we paying premium or getting paid premium?
  3. Are we worried about massive liquidity failures and liquidations on the platform?
  4. When do the futures expire?

How does FTX fit into this?

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FTX is a cryptocurrency derivatives exchange built by traders, for traders. Find us at ftx.com, https://t.me/FTX_Official, and https://twitter.com/FTX_Official

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FTX — Cryptocurrency Derivatives Exchange

FTX — Cryptocurrency Derivatives Exchange

FTX is a cryptocurrency derivatives exchange built by traders, for traders. Find us at ftx.com, https://t.me/FTX_Official, and https://twitter.com/FTX_Official

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