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1X Short Ethereum Token  


All Time High:
Market Cap:
$564.7 K

Circulating Supply:
Total Supply:
Max Supply:


The last known price of #ETHHEDGE is $3.71 USD.

Please note that the price of #ETHHEDGE was last updated over 390 days ago. This can occur when coins have sporadic price reporting, no listings on exchanges or the project has been abandonded. All #ETHHEDGE statistics should be considered as 'last known value'.

The lowest ETHHEDGE price for this period was $0, the highest was $3.71, and the exact last price of ETHHEDGE was $3.70854.

The all-time high ETHHEDGE coin price was $39.05.

Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of ETHHEDGE with market cap of BTC or other crypto coins.


The code for 1X Short Ethereum Token crypto currency is #ETHHEDGE.

1X Short Ethereum Token is 1.2 years old.


The current market capitalization for 1X Short Ethereum Token is $564,729.

1X Short Ethereum Token is ranking downwards to #1404 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


The trading volume is very weak during the past 24 hours for #ETHHEDGE.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for 1X Short Ethereum Token is $16.00.


The circulating supply of ETHHEDGE is 152,278 coins, which is 100% of the total coin supply.

A highlight of 1X Short Ethereum Token is it's unusually low supply of coins, as this tends to support higher prices due to supply and demand in the market.


ETHHEDGE is a token on the Ethereum blockchain.


ETHHEDGE has very limited pairings with other cryptocurrencies, but has at least 1 pairing and is listed on at least 1 crypto exchange.



How To Use Quant Zone To Automate Your Trading

Disclaimer: Please be very careful when building Quant Zone rules. A small mistake can lead to a large loss of funds as the QZ will continue to run every 15 seconds as long as the conditions set by the user are met, so be sure to double and triple check both the condition and the actions to ensure the QZ is coded to do exactly what you want. It is advised that after saving your QZ rule that you monitor its actions for a bit to make sure it is acting as intended. None of the following is trading advice, example trades are merely for illustrative purposes. Users should use the Quant Zone at their own risk.What is Quant Zone? The basics: QZ makes it very easy to build automated trading strategies allowing users to execute the most basic of strategies like scaling into/out of a position, to more complex strategies that would be hard to accomplish manually, such as basis trades, TWAPs, etc. Users can take advantage of this to decrease the amount of time and work needed to trade, to reduce slippage, and take advantage of opportunities 24/7/365. A QZ rule is made up of two parts, triggers and actions. The trigger is a condition, or set of conditions, that when met, trigger the QZ to execute the desired actions. When triggered, the QZ runs every ~15 seconds. The conditions can be a wide range of functions, like your position size on a given market or across your account as a whole; your account balance, available balance, or levera...

The FTX Foundation for Charitable Giving

FTX has grown tremendously this past year. Our daily volume is averaging $5b, our userbase has grown, and this week we unveiled trading on Blockfolio. Those are just the start; there’s a ton of big things on the horizon. We are pretty happy with how things have been going in 2021, both for us and for the crypto community as a whole. It’s important in times like these, though, to never lose sight of the fact that revenue and expansion can only ever be step one of a two-step plan; they are not ends in and of themselves. FTX was founded with the goal of having the largest possible positive impact on the world. That’s why, since the beginning of 2020, the exchange, its affiliates, and its employees have donated tens of millions of dollars to charitable causes, with some among us having pledged to donate the majority of what we make here. We’re proud of that, and we want to do more of it in the years to come. But as we’ve had more discussions around this topic, we’ve come to realize that something has been missing. It’s a cliché, but we couldn’t have done any of this without you, the users; no company can go without its customers, of course, but the phrase is doubly true in any situation where network effects are at play. And so it feels right that you have a say in where our collective donations go. That’s why we’ve started the FTX Foundation. Its mission is the same as our mission: to make the world not jus...

Effective Altruism: Giving in Crypto

Join us on December 22nd at 5PM PST (01:00 UTC, 09:00 SG/HK) as the CEO of FTX, Sam Bankman-Fried, Founder of Ethereum, Vitalik Buterin, and Managing Partner at Dragonfly Capital, Haseeb Qureshi will be getting together before the holidays to share their views on giving in crypto, Effective Altruism, and their work in the space. In the spirit of giving, Sam, Vitalik and Haseeb will each be personally donating $50,000 to a charity of the community’s choosing. They have each selected one of their favorite charities, and will let Twitter vote which charity will be the recipient of the pooled $150,000 donation. Follow us on Twitter so you don’t miss the poll! At December 22nd at 5PM PST (01:00 UTC, 09:00 SG/HK), the Twitter poll will be finalized, and the panelists will make their donations to the winning charity to kick off the event. In addition, we welcome you to donate with us to these charities and will have a link to donate on the event’s page. It’s been a great year for the crypto industry. In the midst of celebrating all-time highs, it’s important that we as a community do our part and pay it forward. Sam, Vitalik, and Haseeb all organize their giving according to the philosophy of effective altruism. Effective altruism is an impact-focused approach to charity, using high-quality evidence and rigorous reasoning to determine how to improve the world as much as possible. It is also a community of people taking t...

FTX gets a new look

We’ve had a lot of exciting new developments at FTX in the past few months. From stock trading to increased capacity for load to prediction markets to spot margin, we’ve heard what features the crypto community wants from an exchange, and we’ve listened. But while our products and features have evolved quickly, our user interface hasn’t changed much since we launched… Until today. We’re launching a new and improved version of the FTX site — all the products and functionality you’ve come to expect, but with a sleek new feel and easier access to the most important trading features. Just a few highlights:A collapsible side panel that shows all of FTX’s markets from any part of the site — searchable, filterable, and customizableTools for switching between, creating, and managing sub-accounts pages to make trading with multiple strategy easier than everTradingView chart settings that auto-save between usesMore natural layout customization: dragging, resizing, and rearranging that clicks into placeExecution information as you hover order the order-book: average price and cumulative size…and a bunch of other improvements Check it out! Be on the lookout for more from us — new products, features, and UI improvements are on their way. Reach out with any issues or ideas at — we’d love to hear from you!

Introducing Spot Margin Trading on FTX

A surprisingly large number of us come from a trading background. And as traders, we think a lot about capital efficiency and liquidity. This is reflected in some of the fundamental decision on the platform including subaccount-wide cross-margining system and easy ways to access leverage. Today we’re introducing spot margins which allows users to borrow additional funds for trading. Previously, when using FTX for spot markets, you must have adequate balances in the quote currency to exchange for the base currency. So if you had $10 in your account, you could only buy crypto worth upto $10 in the spot market. But what if you wanted to enter into a short position? Or you felt that a particular asset would 🚀 and wanted to take a more aggressive position? Now, so long as you hold sufficient collateral you may be able to enter those trades. But who are you borrowing the funds from and how much? When you open a margin position, you’re extended funds to cover the entire value of your trade. So, if you have $10 as collateral and buy Bitcoin worth $50, you’d be borrowing additional $40 (position would be $50 in BTC and -$40 USD). And these funds are coming from your peers on the platform who’ve decided to lend out their USD. And so correspondingly, we’re launching a platform whereby you can elect to lend your assets. For example, if you’ve got BTC that you want to hodl, you can decide to lend it on FTX to get yield f...

FTX Global Volume Report

Today we’re releasing our investigation into cryptocurrency volume on exchanges around the world. To see our live-updating results, visit. CoinMarketCap has taken steps to identify fake volume, but there are still more to take. Studies like the one conducted by Bitwise Asset Management come up short in the other direction, filtering out too much real volume. Alameda Research, a global liquidity provider and our partner in this investigation, has the expertise required to draw a meaningful line between real and fake crypto volume. This report is accompanied by an in-depth paper that documents our methodology and analysis, where you can dive into our criteria, scoring method, and results. You can also read the article Forbes wrote about the report. Our goal is to provide FTX customers with more accurate data in order to make more informed decisions. We’re excited for the crypto community to use this report to navigate our cluttered ecosystem. Check out our volume report

Margin Vs Futures

Let’s say you own 100 BTC and you want to hedge them. You have two options: short sell 100 BTC/USD on an exchange with margin trading, or sell 100 BTC futures. Which is better?Arguments for Margin Margin trading has two great properties. The first is fungibility. Let’s say you own 100 BTC on Coinbase and hedge it by shorting 100 BTC/USD on margin on Kraken at a price of $8,000. You can then send your 100 BTC over from Coinbase to Kraken, and immediately settle. Because your short position is literally a BTC short, you can combine your 100 BTC long with your {100 BTC short, $800k long} together to generate 800,000 US dollars, and then withdraw those dollars. You could then send those US dollars back to Coinbase and buy back your BTC, successfully completing an arbitrage in a day or less. On the other hand, let’s say you shorted 100 BTC futures on BitMEX (say the June expiring quarterly futures) to hedge your Coinbase BTC. Sure, you can send your BTC over to BitMEX to use as collateral for your BTC futures short position, but you can’t then settle the position and withdraw any USD. The BitMEX BTC futures don’t really become fungible with real, physical bitcoins until the expiration date at the end of the quarter. This means that while you can close down a margin hedge in a day, it often takes months to close down a futures position, and your 100 BTC of capital is tied up the entire time. The second large advantage...

FTX Liquidation Process Flow Chart

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Our Liquidation Engine — how we significantly reduced the likelihood of clawbacks from ever…

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