New to the cryptocurrency derivatives game? Not sure about your short from long, your maker from your taker fees, or your Market Orders from your Limit Orders? Don’t fret! It’s all explained here in the guide on how to trade Bitcoin derivatives on Bybit.
Bitcoin derivatives: the basics
Firstly, let’s cover the basics and explain what we mean by Bitcoin and derivatives. Bitcoin (BTC) is one of four cryptocurrencies that you can trade on Bybit, with the others being ETH, EOS and XRP. …
Tired with canceling orders every time you want to adjust your orders?
We know that when trading, every second counts! Now the new Order Adjustment feature will allow you to adjust your order activity with a simple click.
Here are the 3 tips that you should know:
Drag orders to amend order prices
Traders are now able to ‘drag’ their orders inside the price charts to amend their order prices.
This has been one of the most frequently requested functions from our traders. …
Here is a round-up of all the latest developments that have been happening at Bybit in the last couple of weeks.
Where else to start but the fact that our Coin Swap function is now live! You can now swap effortlessly between, BTC, ETH, EOS and XRP on the platform in an instant, and for a very minimal cost (around $5!) Read all about it here! Also, to celebrate, we are giving away 0.05 BTC each to 3 lucky winners, check our Twitter for more information.
As part of our never-ending mission to listen, care and improve, we here at Bybit are delighted to announce our new coin swap feature, now live on site. In this article, we will explain everything you need to know about it.
Here at Bybit, we always endeavor to make the trading experience on our platform as convenient as possible for our clients.
We currently have four cryptocurrencies currently available to trade — BTC, ETH, EOS and XRP.
This new feature will enable our customers to convert from one coin to another all within the Bybit platform instantly — for example…
One of the most anticipated events of the year in the crypto community, the Litecoin halving, is due to take place on August 5th. In this article we’ll look at what this actually means, and its potential impact on the price of Litecoin.
Like other cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Litecoin uses Proof-of-Work for its mining process. Miners compete against each other to add new blocks on the blockchain and get rewarded with units of the currency. A halving is when the reward for adding new blocks is cut in half. …
Last week saw the beginning of our Bybit Engage topic discussions in our Bybit Ambassadors Telegram group. Serhii, our Bybit Ambassador from Ukraine, shared his top tips for risk and money management in crypto trading.
FOMO is a term often floated around in the crypto world. Because of FOMO, many crypto traders still act on emotion instead of having any sort of plan, and that, unfortunately, more often than not is only going to end badly. …
On Thursday, we saw another of our Bybit Engage discussions in our Bybit Ambassadors Telegram group. Avigad, our ambassador from Israel, shared his top tips on what tools to use when trading.
Trading tools are used by traders to give indicators on how the market is going to go. They can be used to show price behavior patterns. Strategies can then be devised to exploit these patterns. They are also used to keep abreast of any news or movements in other markets that may affect the price.
Technical analysis is a method of forecasting the direction of an asset price…
Recently, Max, our Bybit Ambassador from France, hosted the Bybit Engage topic ‘Multiple Key Indicators Convergence’ in our Telegram group. Let’s take a look at some of the main points that he addressed.
Convergence in trading to put it simply is a signal that a trend is going to consolidate or reverse, from bullish to bearish, or bearish to bullish. Firstly, let’s look at some key indicators in trading.
Simple Moving Average (SMA) and Exponential Moving Average (EMA)
SMA and EMA are among both the most used, the most consistent and the most reliable indicators of them all. This is…
Although it hasn’t gained mainstream recognition in the way that Bitcoin and more recently Libra have, XRP is one of the most traded Altcoins. However, it is perhaps the most divisive cryptocurrency of them all. Why is this the case? Why, despite its popularity, do so many, particularly in the crypto community have such an intense dislike for the currency? On the other hand, why does it also have its fans, and is it a good investment? Let’s take a look.
Section 5 — Introduction to Fibonacci Levels
Fibonacci retracements use horizontal zones to illustrate areas of support or resistance (demand & supply). They are calculated by identifying the swing high and swing low on the chart. The first at 100% (the swing high/low point), the second at 61.8%, the third at 50%, the fourth at 38.2%, and the last one at 0% (the swing high/low point.) After a significant price movement up or down, the new support and resistance levels are often at or near these Fibonacci levels in between the two swing points. …
Cryptocurrency Derivatives Exchange