Futures Plus

High leverage. High returns. Manageable risk. Early redemption available.

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When a contract expires, profits are earned if the settlement price is below the break-even point, and losses are incurred if above it.
BTC Current Price(USDT)52,231.8641
Break-Even Price
Leverage Multiplier
Term
53,797.9222300X
1 day20/02/2024
53,469.6192200X
1 day20/02/2024
52,976.394100X
1 day20/02/2024
52,600.201150X
1 day20/02/2024
52,425.515230X
1 day20/02/2024
54,573.267200X
2 days21/02/2024
54,168.4375150X
2 days21/02/2024
53,672.1814100X
2 days21/02/2024
53,009.094450X
2 days21/02/2024
52,680.26230X
2 days21/02/2024
55,825.896200X
3 days22/02/2024
54,380.4319100X
3 days22/02/2024
53,396.704350X
3 days22/02/2024
52,930.22730X
3 days22/02/2024
57,053.843780X
7 days26/02/2024
55,625.514150X
7 days26/02/2024
54,319.467730X
7 days26/02/2024
52,731.236110X
7 days26/02/2024
Features
Higher Yields
Superior returns compared to other products
Multiple levels of leverage to maximize gains
Manageable Risks
Estimated returns/losses can be calculated using current prices
Early redemption available at any time
More Options
Extensive choice of underlying asset types
Wide selection of cryptocurrencies to fund your investment

FAQ

1. What is Futures Plus?

Futures Plus is a high-yield structured product tailored for users with a higher risk appetite. It offers amplified returns through leverage and provides an option for early redemption to mitigate potential risks. Going Long with Futures Plus: Upon settlement, the higher the price rises above the break-even price, the higher your returns. Conversely, the lower the price falls below the break-even price, the higher your losses. Going Short with Futures Plus: Upon settlement, the lower the price falls below the break-even price, the higher your returns. However, the higher the price rises above the break-even price, the higher your losses.

2. Futures Plus Terminology

Long Position: Predicting a rise in the cryptocurrency's price, you take a long position. Profits increase as the settlement price surpasses the break-even price, while losses grow if the price drops below instead. Short Position: Anticipating a drop in the cryptocurrency's price, you take a short position. Profits increase as the settlement price descends below the break-even price, while losses grow if the price rises above instead. Break-Even Price: The price where neither a profit nor a loss is made. Leverage Multiplier: Amplifies potential gains or losses, determines how much larger your position is than your principal. Holding Period: The predefined time frame you commit to holding the product for. Settlement Date: The day the product matures and final returns/losses are calculated. Settlement Price: The average index price of the asset between 07:00 - 07:30 (UTC) on settlement day. Early Redemption: Option to end your position early, with calculation based on the current market price.

3. How are Futures Plus products settled?

USDT-Margined Contracts Long Positions: 1. If settlement price above break-even price, Settlement Amount = Principal + Principal * Leverage Multiplier * (Settlement Price - Break-Even Price) / Break-Even Price. 2. If settlement price below break-even price, Settlement Amount = Principal - Principal * Leverage Multiplier * (Break-Even Price - Settlement Price) / Break-Even Price Note: The minimum settlement amount can be 0, representing total loss of principal. Short Positions: 1. If settlement price below break-even price, Settlement Amount = Principal + Principal * Leverage Multiplier * (Break-Even Price - Settlement Price) / Break-Even Price 2. If settlement price above break-even price, Settlement Amount = Principal - Principal * Leverage Multiplier * (Settlement Price - Break-Even Price) / Break-Even Price. Note: The minimum settlement amount can be 0, representing total loss of principal. (COIN)-Margined Contracts Long Positions: 1. If settlement price is above break-even price, Settlement Amount = Principal + Principal * Leverage Multiplier * (Settlement Price - Break-Even Price) / Settlement Price. 2. If settlement price is below break-even price, Settlement Amount = Principal - Principal * Leverage Multiplier * (Break-Even Price - Settlement Price) / Settlement Price Note: The minimum settlement amount can be 0, representing total loss of principal. Short Positions: 1. If settlement price below break-even price, Settlement Amount = Principal + Principal * Leverage Multiplier * (Break-Even Price - Settlement Price) / Settlement Price 2. If settlement price above break-even price, Settlement Amount = Principal - Principal * Leverage Multiplier * (Settlement Price - Break-Even Price) / Settlement Price Note: The minimum settlement amount can be 0, representing total loss of principal.

4. How do I redeem early?

Navigate to your Financial Account and choose the desired Futures Plus product. Then, click the Redeem Early to proceed.

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