How to Use Futures Calculator

What is Futures Calculator?

A futures Calculator can simulate the result of Futures Trading and quickly estimate the Revenue, Target Price, and Liquidation Price.

How to use Futures Calculator?

1. Click the [Calculator] icon on the Futures Trading Page.

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2. Calculation of the Revenue, Target Price, and Liquidation Price

Assuming you placed a BTCUSDT buy-long order with 10X leverage with the opening price of 31,000 USDT, the closing price of 40,000 USDT, and the opening amount of 0.1 BTC:

(1) Revenue

Click [Revenue] and select "Long".

Adjust the leverage, and input the opening price, closing price, and opening amount.

Click "Calculate,"  then you'll have the result of the estimated margin, revenue, and PNL%.

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(2) Target Price

a. Click [Target Price] and select "Long."

Adjust the leverage, and input the opening price, opening amount, and revenue.

Click "Calculate,"  and then you'll have the result of the estimated closing price.

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b. Click [Switch to PNL%] if you choose the PNL% as the reference for the closing price.

Adjust the leverage, input the opening price and PNL%.

Click "Calculate,"  and then you'll have the result of the estimated closing price.

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(3) Liquidation Price

a. Cross Margin

Click [Liq. Price] and select "Long", "Cross Margin".

Adjust the leverage, and input the opening price, opening amount, and available margin.

Click "Calculate,"  and then you'll have the result of the estimated liquidation price.
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b. Isolated Margin

Click [Liq. Price] and select "Long," "Isolated Margin."

Adjust the leverage, input the opening price, opening amount, and increased margin.

Click "Calculate,"  and then you'll have the result of the estimated liquidation price.

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If there is no "Increased Margin", please enter "0".

Click "Calculate,"  and then you'll have the result of the estimated liquidation price.

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Notes:

1. The result of the Future Calculator is for reference only as the funding fees and trading fees are excluded.

2. Cryptocurrency trading is subject to high market risks. You should have sufficient knowledge on how to keep your investments safe and be aware of the risks before trading cryptocurrency.