Profit

The Profit column of the bitFORTUNE Aggregate Derivatives‘ Composition Table is the difference between the current value of the derivative and the USD value invested in the position. This value is quoted in USD.

The footer of the table contains a total for the Profit column.

The values including the total value is periodically updated automatically. If the value since the last check:

  • has no variance display black
  • increases in value display green
  • decreases in value display red

Value

The Value column of the bitFORTUNE Aggregate Derivatives‘ Composition Table is an approximation of the current value of that derivative in the composition. All prices are quoted in USD. This value is calculated by multiplying the circulating supply times the price of the derivative.

The footer of the table contains a total for the Value column. This total represents an approximation of the entire value of all bitFORTUNE Derivatives.

The values including the total value is periodically updated automatically. If the value of the derivative since the last price check:

  • has no variance display black
  • increases in value display green
  • decreases in value display red

24h

The 24h column of the bitFORTUNE Aggregate Derivatives‘ Composition Table displays the approximate price percent change over the last 24 hours per derivative.

The footer of the table contains a weighted total for the 24h column. This weight is from all derivatives listed in the composition having an active position.

The 24h value is periodically updated automatically. If the value since the last check:

  • has no variance display black
  • increases in value display green
  • decreases in value display red

Interest

The Interest column of the bitFORTUNE Aggregate Derivatives‘ Composition Table is a weighted approximation of the current interest yield of that derivative. All interest is stated as annual percent yield (APY). Some interest rates may be static while others are variable. Variable interest rates are updated following communication of adjustment to the bitFORTUNE platform.

The footer of the table contains a weighted interest for the Interest column. This weight is from all derivatives listed in the composition having an active position.

This value is periodically updated automatically. If the price of the asset since the last check:

  • has no variance display black
  • increases in value display green
  • decreases in value display red

Price

The Price column of the bitFORTUNE Aggregate Derivatives‘ Composition Table is the current market price of that derivative. All prices are quoted in USD. This market price is calculated as the value of the derivative’s assets divided by the circulating supply of the derivative – that is the net asset value of the derivative.

This value is periodically updated automatically. If the price of the derivative since the last check:

  • has no variance display black
  • increases in value display green
  • decreases in value display red

Circulating Supply

The Circulating Supply column of the bitFORTUNE Aggregate Derivatives‘ Composition Table indicates the circulating supply of that derivative issued by the administrative account to all holders. The unit of the circulating supply is denoted by the symbol of the derivative.

This value is periodically updated automatically. If the circulating supply since the last check:

  • has no variance display black
  • increases in value display green
  • decreases in value display red

Derivative

The Derivative column of the bitFORTUNE Aggregate Derivatives‘ Composition Table indicates derivatives comprising the bitFORTUNE Aggregate Derivatives’ Composition.

Systematically the composition may be adjusted by adding or removing derivatives as perpetual cryptocurrency market research prove derivatives meet the criteria for inclusion or removal from the aggregate derivative composition.

Per derivative in composition the image per cell represents that derivatives logo. The name of the derivative is hyperlinked to the exchange dedicated to that derivative. Beneath the name is the symbol of the derivative that is primarily used as a short hand notation on exchanges for that derivative’s markets.