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EOS Futures & Perpetual Contracts Guide

About EOS

EOS is an open-sourced, next generation blockchain protocol.

You can margin trade EOS on Delta Exchange using our derivative (i.e. futures and perpetual) contracts. This means that you can go long or short EOS with leverage.

EOS Contracts Listed on Delta Exchange

Symbol
Description
Price
Max Leverage
Settlement Currency
Action

Symbol Description Price Max Leverage Settlement Currency Action
EOS Index Details
EOSBTC EOS Perpetual Swap 20x BTC See Market

Complete details of the futures and perpetual contracts on EOS that are listed on Delta Exchange are available below.

EOS Perpetual

Perpetual contracts on EOS are intended to provide returns of the underlying spot market in EOS with the added advantage of leverage. Perpetual contracts do not have an expiry date. You can learn more about perpetual contracts here.

Quotation Details

EOS Perpetual contracts are quoted in BTC.  All margin, Profit/ loss and settlement calculations are denominated in BTC.

Margin and Leverage

EOS Perpetual contracts are margined in BTC. This means you need to have BTC to trade these contracts. The maximum allowed leverage for EOS Perpetual contracts is 20x.

Underlying Index

The underlying index for EOS Perpetual contracts is .DEEOSXBT. It tracks the price of EOS/BTC price from binance.

Funding

Funding is a series of continuous payments that are exchanged between longs and shorts in a perpetual contract to keep the price of the contract tethered to the underlying index.

At any given time, funding rate is equal to the difference of the mark price and the underlying index price. Funding is considered to be an 8-hourly interest rate and is computed and exchange every minute. When funding rate is positive, longs pay shorts. When funding rate is negative, shorts pay longs.

Settlement

This contract is perpetual and does not settle.

Fees

  • Taker fees = 0.25%
  • Maker fees = -0.05%


Trading EOS

Why Should You Trade EOS Futures & Perpetual

You can directly buy or sell EOS. This is called spot trading of EOS. If you buy low and sell high, you will make profit. However, this trade only works when EOS price goes up. Further, leverage trading is not possible in spot trading.

EOS margin trading through derivatives addresses these shortcomings. The EOS futures and perpetual contracts enable you to go benefit from both up and down move in EOS. Further, these derivative contracts have built-in leverage, enabling you to trade big with small capital.

How to Start Trading on Delta Exchange

Starting trading on Delta Exchange is a breeze. Here’s how you can make your first EOS trade on Delta Exchange:

  • Register: This takes < 1min and requires on a verified email address. No other KYC is needed.
  • Fund your Delta Exchange Wallet: Only bitcoins are accepted in the Delta Exchange Wallet. A unique BTC deposit address will be generated for you when you register.
  • Convert BTC to USDC: All futures and perpetual contracts on Delta Exchange are margined and settled either in BTC or USDC. For USDC settled contracts, use the currency convertor to change BTC to USDC.
  • Make your first trade: Now you are all set to trade on Delta Exchange!

FAQs

  • Does Delta Exchange support margin trading?

    Delta exchanges offers trading in cryptocurrency futures. These futures offer: (a) up to 100x leverage and (b) ability to go both long or short. Crypto futures not only have the same features as margin trading, but also higher liquidity and lower trading fees.

  • Which cryptocurrencies can I trade on Delta Exchange?

    Delta Exchange is a derivatives exchange. You can trade futures on cryptocurrencies, but not cryptocurrencies directly. The complete list of futures listed on delta is available here.

  • How can I contact Delta Exchange?

    For any query, feedback, suggestion or business proposals, please write to us at: [email protected]