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. WLD-PERP (Worldcoin Perpetual Futures Contracts)
Worldcoin (WLD) aims to create the largest global identity and financial network, offering ownership to everyone. Central to this is World ID, a privacy-focused identity system enabling online human verification without compromising privacy. To participate, users download the World App and obtain a World ID via the Orb, a device that confirms human uniqueness without retaining images. World ID holders can receive free WLD tokens, which are not available in the US. WLD, an ERC-20 token on Ethereum, functions as a utility and governance token, allowing users to influence the protocol’s direction.
2. TIA-PERP (Celestia Perpetual Futures Contracts)
Celestia (TIA) is a pioneering modular blockchain network that significantly simplifies the deployment of individual blockchains with minimal overhead. Its innovative architecture separates execution from consensus, introducing data availability sampling as a core feature. This design choice offers developers the freedom to establish their own execution and settlement parameters, opening up a range of new possibilities.
3. STX-PERP (Stacks Perpetual Futures Contracts)
Stacks (STX) is a layer built on top of Bitcoin, designed to enable smart contracts and decentralized applications (dApps) to utilize Bitcoin as an asset and settle transactions on the Bitcoin blockchain. It leverages the robustness and value of Bitcoin by unlocking its capital for use in decentralized applications. Stacks is distinct in its ability to interact with the entire Bitcoin state, thanks to its Proof of Transfer consensus mechanism and the Clarity language. This feature allows Stacks to access Bitcoin data anytime, integrating Bitcoin’s security and value into its operations.
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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?
- Managing Risk in Futures Trading: The Importance of Margin and Leverage
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