Warrant Product elements
The amount represents the quantity of the underlying assets corresponding to the warrant purchased by the user (e.g., the quantity of BTC, ETH, etc.). The user can enjoy the income corresponding to the quantity of assets upon exercising.
Types of warrants that users can buy: call warrant, put warrant. For details about call/put warrants, please refer to >>>.
The underlying asset of the warrant. Huobi warrants currently support the BTC/USDT pair.
Currently, Huobi warrants support such terms as 5 minutes, 10 minutes, 30 minutes, 1 hour, 4 hours, and other longer terms. Different terms represent the corresponding expiration time of the relevant warrant. A 30-minute warrant means that the warrant will expire and be exercised 30 minutes after the purchase.
Huobi warrants are at-the-money ones, that is, a warrant contract is purchased at a real-time price. Therefore, the Huobi warrant exercise price is the price of the underlying asset when the order is placed. Due to price fluctuations, the actual exercise price may be different from the displayed price.
The expense payable refers to the cost of purchasing the warrant. After the user makes the payment, the warrant expense will be deducted from the user's warrant account. Market fluctuations may cause quote changes, and the expense payable is subject to the expense payment interface.
According to the expense payable, the system calculates the break-even price, which is the price that yields a profit of zero. Users can exercise rights in advance to lock in profits based on the break-even price.
Break-even price = (exercise price + expense payable/ Quantity) USDT
For call warrants, a profit is made if the price of underlying asset rises above the breakeven price.
Break-even price = (exercise price - expense payable/Quantity) USDT
For put warrants, a profit is made if the price of underlying asset falls below the breakeven price.
In the case of early exercise, the system calculates the expected return to users after the warrant is exercised based on the real-time price of the underlying asset. Market fluctuations may cause quote changes, and the actual return should prevail.
The price of the underlying asset used by the system upon exercising.
The time left represents the time at which the relevant warrant expires. Unrealized PNL equals the price difference minus the expenses payable (calculated based on the current price of the underlying asset). Huobi warrants are American ones, and you can exercise the warrants before they expire.
The expense that the user has paid for purchasing the warrant.
Unrealized PNL equals the price difference minus the expenses paid (calculated based on the current price of the underlying asset).
Unrealized Profit equals the price difference minus the expenses paid (calculated based on the current price of the underlying asset).
On the unexercised warrants page, you can exercise the warrants in advance.
The cumulative PNL is calculated according to the user's exercised warrants (including paid expenses).
The cumulative Profit is calculated according to the user's exercised warrants (including paid expenses).
PNL equals the relevant price difference minus the expenses paid.
Profit equals the relevant price difference minus the expenses paid.
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