Bitcoin, like traditional options, are available in various underlying assets. Stocks, indices, commodities and currencies are the most popular assets on which transactions are based. However, unlike traditional options, bitcoin bring a fixed and well-known profit, which is completely independent of how “the option is in money”. If the asset in which you placed an order for a purchase option is one point / tick higher than the strike price, you will be paid the same high yield as if you had hit 100 points in money.
Let’s look at a brief example, okay?
Simply put, we will use the S & P500 in our example. Suppose we are optimistic about this index as a whole and especially over the next week (although in some cases it may be a month, day, hour, or even less). We open a bitcoin to inr to buy at S & P500 for $ 1,000, which expires in a week and offers a 78% return. Fast forward one week, and S&P after ups and downs ends only 1 point above the price, we bought a week ago. Well, in that case, we would be paid $ 1,780 for this successful exchange.
But what if we were wrong? Well, in this case, they will not return us anything in most cases. However, as previously suggested, this is not always the case. Some selected bitcoin brokers actually offer significant returns, up to 15%, from loss-making operations. Such a structure can be much better for beginners in bitcoin trading or a greater aversion to risk than a standard structure, where nothing returns when losing operations.