We have included a payout example on our Bounded Futures product page.


You can calculate the maximum potential payout of your position in a single contract using the following formulas:


Long Position Holder:

  • No. of open contracts * Contract multiplier (Upper Boundary - Position Average Price)


Short Position Holder:

  • No. of open contracts * Contract multiplier (Position Average Price - Lower Boundary)


Example:

Using a Bounded Bitcoin futures contract with a Lower boundary of 36,000 and Upper Boundary of 60,000

Long Position Holder with 1 contract at a price of 48,765

  • 1 * .01 * (60,000 - 48,765) = $112.35


Short Position Holder with 1 contract at a price of 48,765

  • 1 * .01 * (48,765 - 36,000) = $127.65