Bitcoin Smashes Through All-Time High; Derivatives Going Strong!
WorldCoinIndex Derivatives Report Week 6. The cryptocurrency market has two protagonists this week - bitcoin and BSC DeFi! Following Tesla’s announcement to purchase $1.5 billion worth of bitcoin, BTC’s market value got a massive boost. The Binance Smart Chain is also seeing a great influx of DeFi projects, as well as a considerable jumps in BNB prices.
During this week of the year, bitcoin jumped from $38,000, all the way up to $48,700, marking incredible levels of volatility. Bitcoin’s bull run so far has been intense, giving confidence to crypto market investments.
At press time, BTC is trading at $47,880, Ethereum at $1.790, Binance coin at $136, The Graph at $2.71, Cardano at $0.9, Litecoin at $188, and Eos at $4.66.
Weekly derivatives summary analysis
Here’s a quick preview of the main events that have occurred on the cryptocurrency derivatives market.
First off, the crypto derivatives aggregated volume is seeing new confidence, rising from $75bn last week to $100.23bn now.
Here’s a brief look at trading volumes by derivatives category:
- The perpetuals trading volume has risen to $84.90
- The futures trading volume has slightly jumped to $14.67bn
- The options trading volume has seen a boost to $662bn
A quick look into the current open interest rates
At this point in time, the total aggregated open interest volume is situated at only $32.85bn, a relatively-small rate given the week’s events.
From a category standpoint, perpetuals report an open interest of $15.86B, followed by $6.72B for futures, and $10.26B for options.
Relevant cryptocurrency news
- CME has recently launched Ether futures trading
- Bitfinex preparing to launch LTC/BTC and DOT/BTC perpetuals
- Incredible $3.7bn of BTC options will expire at the end of month.
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