Trading Perpetuals

By trading Futures, you can make a profit off of market price fluctuations by opening a long or short position on a given contract.
If you decide to go long, it means that you expect the price of the contract you're buying to go up in the future, whereas if you decide to open a short position, it means that you're selling contracts and you expect the price to go down in the future.
You can view your unrealized PnL (uPnL), estimated liquidation price, margin ratio, and other information about your current positions at the bottom of the candlestick chart.
You can also click Close All Positions to close all of your open positions using a market or limit order once you enable this feature in [Preference].
Further reading: How to Calculate Unrealized PnL & ROE for Perpetual Futures Contracts
  • If you choose to use the Mark Price as the benchmark price:
Unrealized PNL = Number of Contracts * Order Direction * (Mark Price - Entry Price) ROE% =Unrealized PNL in USDT / Initial Margin = ( ( Mark Price - Entry Price ) * Order Direction * Number of Contracts ) / (Number of Contracts* Contract multiplier * Mark Price* Initial Margin Rate)*Initial Margin Rate = 1 / Leverage Multiplier
  • If you choose to use the latest price as the benchmark price:
Unrealized PNL = Number of Contracts * Order Direction * (Mark Price - Entry Price) ROE% = Unrealized PNL in USDT / Initial margin = ( ( Mark Price - Entry Price ) * Order Direction * Number of Contracts) ) / (Number of Contracts * Contract Multiplier * Mark Price* Initial Margin Rate)Order Direction: 1 for long order;-1 for short order