What’s Futures Index Price


What is Index Price?

The Index Price is a fair price that reasonably reflects the coin price, determined by the weighted prices from a selection of mainstream crypto exchanges. Also, the anticipatory mechanism is adopted to ensure that the Index Price swings within an acceptable range when a drastic swing happens on any of the exchanges.
* Update Frequency: Every 5 seconds.

The Index Price for Linear Futures Contracts

CoinEx Index Price for Linear Futures Contract comes from the average prices of the spot market of the following mainstream crypto exchanges. You can click here to view the Index Price.

The Index Price for Inverse Futures Contracts

CoinEx Index Price for Inverse Futures Contract comes from the average prices of the spot market of the following mainstream crypto exchanges. You can click here to view the Index Price.

Note: If a market uses the prices of 4 exchanges as the weight of Index Price, when the futures service is suspended on one of the exchanges and no transaction is released for more than 15 minutes, CoinEx will automatically remove this exchange from the weight of Index Price until its transaction is resumed, and each of the remaining exchanges will have one-third of the weight. If the same situation occurs to any of the remaining exchanges, the final two will share the weight by 50-50.