Calculates and displays a BTC funding rate (positive or negative) in terms of APR. Positive APR = Positive funding. Negative APR = Negative funding
This calculation is sourced from a variety of spot and perpetual markets on a couple of top-volume exchanges, Binance, FTX, etc.
This logic is utilized in Dip Hunter and Take Profit Hunter
Code is open source!...
This script tracks the premium (default red line) and the funding rate (default yellow area) of the Bitmex XBTUSD pair perpetual contract.
The calculations are based on the 8H TWAP of interest rates and premium index from Bitmex.
Original credits goes to @Hayemaker, and @NeoButane for the TWAP portions of this script
By @davewhiiite, 2021-03-27
Summary: The funding rate is the interest charged / credited to a perpetual futures trader for taking a long or short position. The direction of the funding rate is used as an indicator of trader sentiment (+ve = bullish; -ve =...
Can be extended with more derivative or spot pairs, see the comments in the code for instructions. Most importantly, the pairs need to be added to the respective arrays in the same order, so that the weights are applied to the correct pairs.
Following the introduction of ByBit to TradingView ByBit on TradingView
I decided to upgrade my previous Bitcoin InfoPanel Bitcoin-Prices-InfoPanel/
Now it's more dynamic (thumbs up) but only work with Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin . If you select any other asset than those 3, the script won't work
This is due to a technical limitation on...
Originally built off of "Oscarvs: BITCOIN KILL ZONES v2" indicator, updated to now highlight a different time period based event.
1. The indicator should not be affected by what time zone you are in, it will show true Funding periods by default.
2. This needs to be used on the 1min time frame to be used to its full extent
3. The more the funding fee is the more...
This script tracks the premium of the Bitcoin Perpetual futures at Bimex exchange relative to 3 different reference prices.
The difference between this script and already published scripts is that it tracks the premium relative to 3 different reference prices. This tends to produce slightly different results.
This script is also open source, so you can verify...