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|The price of #DLTA today is $0.00513 USD.|
The lowest DLTA price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.00513, and the exact current price of one DLTA crypto coin is $0.00512971.
The all-time high DLTA coin price was $0.53.
Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of DLTA with market cap of BTC or other crypto coins.
|The code for delta.theta crypto currency is #DLTA. |
delta.theta is 2.4 years old.
|The current market capitalization for delta.theta is $39,499.|
delta.theta is ranked #1638, by market cap (and other factors).
|There is a very weak volume of trading today on #DLTA.|
Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for delta.theta is $86.00.
|The circulating supply of DLTA is 7,700,000 coins, which is 8% of the maximum coin supply.|
Note the limited supply of delta.theta coins which adds to rarity of this cryptocurrency and increases perceived market value.
|DLTA has limited pairings with other cryptocurrencies, but has at least 2 pairings and is listed on at least 1 crypto exchange.|
View #DLTA trading pairs and crypto exchanges that currently support #DLTA purchase.
Cryptocurrency options: “Delta” and “Gamma.” Part 1
In this article, we will examine the impact of the greeks delta and gamma on the option price, potential pitfalls, and ways to use them to reduce risks when trading cryptocurrency options. An option is a contract between a buyer and a seller. The buyer pays a premium to the seller for the option, and the seller has an obligation to fulfill it. From the seller’s perspective, trading options is akin to trading the underlying asset using a limit order, for which they receive payment (though there are some distinctions). For instance, if you are a seller of a BTC PUT option with a strike price of 27,000 USD, you are agreeing to buy BTC at that price, even if its value on the expiration date is 25,000 USD. In this case, you would acquire BTC at a price of 27,000 USD. To understand what influences the price of an option, we must examine the Black-Scholes formula: For a CALL: For a PUT: The remaining parameters are determined as follows: The variables in the Black-Scholes formula include: F: the price of the underlying asset, X: the strike price, σ: volatility, T: time to expiration, R: interest rate, An important aspect to consider when using the Black-Scholes formula to calculate the price of an option is that it assumes volatility will remain constant until the expiration date. The most critical variable in the formula is F, the price of the underlying asset. As this price continually fluctuates, understanding its impac...
Trading options with delta.theta and Aurora
With delta.theta and Aurora! Our team is glad to introduce a new version of the trading terminal! In addition to increased functionality within the platform, support for Aurora has also been added. — About Aurora - Aurora is an Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) based on the layer 1 proof-of-stake blockchain NEAR Protocol. Aurora provides a solution for developers to deploy their apps on an Ethereum-compatible, high-speed, scalable, and future-proof platform with low transaction costs for their users. — Here’s a short “How to get started” manual: - Add Aurora to Metamask (you could use official Aurora dev’ manual) doc.aurora.dev, Connect to delta theta via site, 3. Select Aurora network 4. Connect Wallet, choose additional menu and push “Mint Tokens” 5. Mint tokens and start trading! Site — deltatheta.tech Twitter — twitter.com OTC telegram group -t.me Site — aurora.dev Twitter — twitter.co
Weekly crypto options and market review.
The Fed meeting provided a positive boost to the markets last week. At the time being, bidders are optimistic about the market outlook — the interest rate has been raised just as much as the market was waiting for. The predictability of the Fed’s policy provides a good starting point in the face of global volatility. However, such positivity is usually short-lived. For example, major cryptocurrencies corrected in price over the weekend after a synchronous rise. At the moment, Bitcoin is even down 1.32% below its early February level (Ethereum is still holding higher at 2.32%) and that may not be the limit. Volatility has also declined following the spot price drop. The general trend for Bitcoin and Ethereum is similar — 7 and 30-day volatility declined after a spike ahead of the Fed meeting, as performed in the longer term. Differences are that Ethereum volatility has consolidated above initial levels — at around the same 65pt level for 7 days (+7 w/w), 30 days (+8w/w), and 60 days (+5 w/w). Such differences are due to Ethereum’s standalone news narrative — an important update to the network in mid-March that will allow participation in blockchain validation without a long-term liquidity freeze. For Ethereum, the main near-term trader interest focused on the February 10 ($352m, +273% w/w), February 27 ($545m, +13% w/w), and March 31 ($2.48b$, 5.83% w/w) excipients. The most dynamic increase in open...
Ethereum — spotlight for hidden drivers
Since the beginning of the year, the cryptocurrency sector has been steadily outperforming the orthodox markets. The top dogs, Bitcoin and Ether, have risen by more than 36%, while US equity indices have added between 5% and 9% with gold gaining 6.33%. Global markets are under pressure from the expected US recession and the selling policy of rate hikes by leading central banks. Against this backdrop, crypto assets were able to find their own internal growth driver, which was reflected in the overall capitalisation of the crypto market. — Options market - After a rough and challenging year, cryptocurrencies lost a lot of liquidity and the overall sentiment within the industry has been in decline. This was reflected in the options market as well — it didn’t have a clear trend at the beginning. In the first week, there were many large trades in different directions, with different strikes and expiry dates. However, from the second week of the new year, call and calendar call spread options trading became the dominant trend. In addition, the trading volume of short-term options (a week or two before their expiry date) increased sharply. Such changes indicated the start of a local trend formation. Indeed, from last week’s results, we can conclude that at the moment, call spread trading on options is a well-established “mainstream” in the market, which has entered the stage of short-term growth. To finance tran...
A structured product is a multi-element financial instrument that allows you to flexibly adjust…
A structured product is a multi-element financial instrument that allows you to flexibly adjust risk and return. How does this work? Most often through a combination of options and returns from deposits or other guaranteed sources (such as bonds). Deltatheta, as a fully functional decentralized options protocol, allows you to implement any strategy on your platform. In addition to the flexibility of options trading, the protocol implements cross-integration with AAVE and Venus trading services. Such integration greatly simplifies the creation of the final structured product. — How to build a structured product by yourself? - It’s pretty simple. 1. Determine what is more important (profit or capital protection), and to what extent; 2. Find a source of guaranteed profitability — for example, income from liquidity in an exchange such as Uniswap or Curve, by placing a deposit in the AAVE protocol, participating in mining liquidity and so on. The simplest structural product may look like depositing capital to a trading platform combined with the regular purchase of options for the obtained profit. Thus, in the area of trading, risk is only the future interest income. Moreover, the indexes of final profit may increase several times over due to theoretically unlimited maximal profitability. One of the important points to take into account is the amount paid for the interaction with smart contracts and commissions wh...
Crypto Market Year review
General Market - This year, like many before itt, has been rich in events, news, and price movements. The global financial market saw record highs in stock and cryptocurrency values at the start and a post-covid reassessment of the outlook for many sectors, including technology.New to trading? Try crypto trading bots or copy trading on best crypto exchanges The discussion among experts about the prospects for the US and the global economy, which began in late 2021, had become increasingly active by early spring. Macro statistics, unemployment data, resource costs, components, and logistics data raised growing concerns about the market outlook. As a result, high, persistent global inflation became a fact that could not be ignored. The financial authorities of the world’s major economies began the process of raising interest rates, but different countries had different dynamics and expectations about the final effect of these processes. Therefore, the high correlation between major equity markets, including cryptocurrencies, was replaced by turbulence and fragmented cash flows. Since May, local factors in each market have become increasingly important. The US interest rate hike was faster than other markets and outpaced the rate of inflation, the dollar index strength was replaced by a year-end decline, and European and Asian markets began to show stronger momentum in anticipation of affordable and accommodative funding cond...
DeFi risks at the low liquidity market
The global crypto market in 2022 seems to have survived every conceivable challenge. Perhaps it’s time to rethink some of the achievements notable throughout the DeFi Summer market of 2020. It’s no secret that decentralized exchanges, exchange aggregators, and feeder services have taken a central role in the DeFi revolution. Uniswap, AAVE, Compound, Maker, and Curve are projects that have taken a central role in the current landscape of decentralized finance and have served as examples for many other teams. Recently, however, they have been increasingly in the news as examples of possible economic inefficiencies. Last week’s attempted hostile exploitation of loans in the AAVE service forced the entire DeFi community to belatedly (but finally) react to changing market conditions. The plan was fairly simple, though it required a high amount of capital. Private trader Avraham Eisenberg published a post on October 19 on how to influence token prices in low liquidity conditions using decentralized loan services. Eisenberg became widely known after he took responsibility for exploiting a notable vulnerability within the DEx derivatives exchange Mango Markets. The exchange’s vault losses of $110 million were compensated by the trader in exchange for a $33 million premium and a waiver of any legal claims. The attack on the protocol began on the 13th of November, with a deposit of about $38m in USDC and a range of loans in C...
FTX Crush: Consequences
The events of recent weeks related to the collapse of a major player in the crypto industry have caused significant market upheaval. While retail users have been identified and are considerable, institutional customers of FTX may be more affected by the market’s problems. It should also be noted that FTX’s bankruptcy is seen in the context of the financial failure of venture capital firm Alameda Research, whose participation in crypto start-ups is among the highest in terms of numbers and investments. In order to assess the consequences, it makes sense to look at the overall market picture and then take the details into account. The situation in the derivatives market, for example, is quite clear: Futures trading volume fell significantly after a surge at the time of major news on the cancellation of a possible FTX takeover by Binance. From highs of $100 billion and $84 billion to around $25 billion for both cryptocurrencies, the decline was around 75%! On the other hand, relative to pre-event averages, the decline was around 40%. What is even clearer is the decline in open interest for futures (including futures and open-ended contracts). From the usual figures of 12 billion and 10 billion for Bitcoin and Ether respectively, figures have fallen to 6 billion and 4 billion — minus 50% from the beginning of the month. The FTX drop has had an impact on market activity — through a reduction in actual trading vol...
stMATIC —the new token listing and integration at deltatheta.
A new token, stMATIC, will be listed on the deltatheta platform shortly. As part of our cooperation with Polygon Family, we are continuing to expand the functionality of the MATIC token. There are several liquid stacking service providers on the market. In this case, the stMATIC token is a development product of Shard Labs and LIDO DAO. — How does it work? - With liquid stacking protocols, users can earn rewards without having to keep their assets locked up and maintaining the stacking infrastructure. The idea is simple: the user deposits tokens into the contract and receives tradable liquid tokens in return. A DAO-administered smart contract deploys user tokens using selected providers. The absolute advantage is that the staking service providers do not have direct access to the assets, since the assets are controlled by the DAO. When staking on the Lido platform in the Polygon network, users receive stMATIC tokens immediately after they send MATIC. Lido calculates the current stMATIC/MATIC ratio and sends the required amount to the user. Then the MATIC tokens are distributed among the Polygon validators, which are part of the Lido on Polygon. — The difference between stMatic and similar solutions on the market: - Smart contract managed by DAO, The distribution of the stacking rewards is as follows: 90% is transfer to stMATIC value, 5% to node operators, 5% to DAO treasury, Output takes up to 4 days (this ...
Options trading strategies in a low volatility environment.
Against the backdrop of declining volatility in the cryptocurrency market, selling CALL or PUT options begins to lose relevance due to low premiums. Instead, market participants can take a closer look at option structures like a straddle or strangle, but they have nuances. As we’ve often said, an option is just a tool worth using if you understand the underlying asset. We will remind you how many market participants used to earn. The value of the option, or the premium, depends on the time to expiration and volatility. The higher the volatility, the more expensive the option. The seller’s task was to sell the option at such a price (strike), so that it would not be in the money by the expiration date. In the language of traders: “sell volatility with a distant delta”. Again, let us remind you that “delta” is the coefficient that shows the relationship between the change in the option premium and the change in the underlying asset price. That is, options in the money have “delta” = 1 (+1 for CALL and -1 for PUT). Thus, “selling volatility with a far delta” boiled down to selling a CALL above the market by 30% or higher and a PUT below the market by 30% or lower. The such strategy made excellent money on weekly options. The market is characterized by low volatility, so you can pay attention to option strategies like buying a straddle or a straddle. Such approaches are used when one does not know where the m...
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|delta.theta: new multi-chain P2P options exchange goes live
Today, the team of delta.theta revealed the official launch of its regulated P2P crypto options exchange.
Via partnering with regulated broker Just2trade, the delta.theta platform is able to ensure KYC/AML processes, followed by gaining access to the P2P crypto trading platform.
In the newly-launched hybrid DEX platform, individuals will be able to buy and sell options from peers, while simultaneously providing the regulation and transparency of a licensed organization.
Firstly, delta.theta will support networks including Ethereum, Binance Smart Chain, Polygon, Aurora/NEAR, and makes it possible to trade cryptos such as BTC, ETH, BNB, AAVE, MATIC, DOT, and more.
“delta.theta brings transparency and regulation to the crypto options trading industry. Right now, 90% of every crypto exchange made is processed through a company called Deribit, which is a non-regulated company in Panama. They process $8B in open interest transactions per day. While this may be acceptable to risk-averse early adopters, more serious market participants need a regulated environment to feel secure, and for crypto trading to enter the mainstream. This is what delta.theta brings to the table.”
- Daniil Zatologin, Co-Founder & CEO of delta.theta
Notably, individuals are able to trade directly from their wallets on delta.theta, which eliminates the inherent risk of transferring funds to a third-party proxy.
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