BTSE is pleased to announce the addition of three perpetual futures contracts with up to 20x leverage to its already impressive futures lineup, growing its selection of quality digital assets available to users.
The three are:
1. KSMPFC (Kusama Perpetual Futures Contracts)
Kusama (KSM) is a scalable, interoperable, and experimental blockchain platform designed for developers to test and deploy new projects and features before launching on the more stable Polkadot network. Often referred to as Polkadot’s “canary network,” Kusama serves as a sandbox for projects to innovate and iterate, while also offering a vibrant ecosystem for users to engage with cutting-edge decentralized applications.
2. RUNEPFC (THORChain Perpetual Futures Contracts)
THORChain (RUNE) is a decentralized cross-chain liquidity protocol that facilitates seamless asset swaps and liquidity provision across multiple blockchain networks. By utilizing its native token RUNE, THORChain enables users to securely and efficiently trade cryptocurrencies without relying on centralized intermediaries, fostering a decentralized and permissionless ecosystem for digital asset exchange.
3. XMRPFC (Monero Perpetual Futures Contracts)
Monero (XMR) is a privacy-focused cryptocurrency that aims to provide secure, untraceable, and anonymous transactions. Employing advanced cryptographic techniques such as ring signatures, stealth addresses, and Ring CT, Monero ensures transactional privacy by obscuring sender and receiver identities as well as the amounts involved in transactions, setting it apart from other cryptocurrencies on transparent blockchains.
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Learn more about futures trading on BTSE:
- An Introduction to Crypto Futures Trading
- How to Trade Futures Contracts on BTSE
- BTSE Futures: User Interface Guide
- How to Fund Your BTSE Futures Wallet
- BTSE Futures: What Is Leverage and How to Adjust It
- BTSE Futures: What Is Funding Rate?
- BTSE Futures: What Is Liquidation?
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