A Standard Contract is a digital currency contract that uses the holding currency as both quotation unit and settlement unit. As opposed to futures, Standard Contract do not have an expiry date and thus do not have a settlement. Currently, our Standard Contract supports two-way contract trades including BTCUSD, EOSUSD, etc., and provides multiple leverage to allow the copying of the spot market under high leverage. This contract will not be settled and is able to follow the underlying reference Index Price by tethering mechanism. (underlying reference fair price)
Articles in this section
- Beginner’s Guide to Standard Contract
- What is Standard Contract?
- How to Trade a Standard Contract?
- Contract Description
- Asset Transfer In Open Positions
- Perpetual Contract Transaction Cost Comparison
- Contrast with USDT Contract, Delivery Contract
- Fee Description
- Taker和Maker？ How To Quickly Distinguish Between Taker And Maker?
- Index Mechanism (Index Price)