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{underlying_asset[symbol]} Futures on Delta Exchange

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Ether futures allow you to trade Ethereum with leverage and multiply your returns. Mind you that leverage cuts both ways and just as gains your losses will also balloon-up when you are trading using leverage.

Using futures contracts on Ether, a trader can take both long and short position in Ether and profit from price of Ether going up or down.

Delta Exchange has the following {underlying_asset[symbol]} futures contracts available for trading. Against each contract, we have mentioned the current price, daily traded volume and the change in last 24 hours. You can see the complete order book on {underlying_asset[symbol]} contracts listed on Delta Exchange here.

{underlying_asset[symbol]} futures currently available:

Contract Symbol Last Price 24 hr Change 24 hr Volumes

Margin currency
Margin currency is the currency in which the margin for a futures contract is allowed. The margin currency for {symbol} contract is {settling_asset[symbol]}

Underlying for {underlying_asset[symbol]} Contracts on Delta Exchange
The underlying for {underlying_asset[symbol]} futures contract on Delta Exchange is {pricing_source}

How are {underlying_asset[symbol]} contracts quoted on Delta Exchange
{underlying_asset[symbol]} Futures contracts {symbol} are quoted in {quoting_asset[symbol]}

Settlement for {underlying_asset[symbol]} futures
The {underlying_asset[symbol]} futures settle on the expiry data at the last 30 minute TWAP of the underlying price.
{symbol} futures expire on {settlement_time}

Max Leverage Allowed for {underlying_asset[symbol]} futures:
The maintenance margin for {underlying_asset[symbol]} contracts is {initial_margin}. The max leverage for these contracts is 100/{initial_margin}.

Initial margin (minimum amount to open a fresh position) a trader is required to post when entering a long or short position in {underlying_asset[symbol]} decides the max-leverage for the contract. For example, a contract with 2.5% initial margin will offer upto 40X leverage and vice versa. 25X max-leverage the trader will need an initial margin of 4%

The maker and taker fee for {underlying_asset[symbol]} futures is:
Maker Fee: {maker_commission_rate}
Taker Fee: {commission_rate}

More information about futures trading is available in reference section here.