Skip to content
Pico y Pala – Bitcoins, Ethereum, Ripple,…

New ‘market worry’ index lets merchants guess on crypto volatility


COTI’s new Crypto Volatility Index permits merchants to revenue from highly-volatile cryptocurrency markets.

COTI, a blockchain-powered fintech startup, has launched a brand new cryptocurrency index enabling merchants to revenue from the market volatility.

The brand new Crypto Volatility Index, or CVI, brings the standard “market worry index” to the crypto market, permitting customers to deposit and open positions with Tether (UDST).

Gibraltar-based COTI defined that the brand new index permits merchants to open CVI positions for prime and low volatility. “Customers who count on volatility to extend can open a CVI place. If appropriate, they’ll take revenue by promoting their place as soon as the index has risen,” COTI wrote.

In distinction, merchants who count on volatility to stay low can present liquidity to the platform. If appropriate, merchants will revenue by accumulating charges paid by merchants who’ve opened CVI positions.

CVI liquidity suppliers are required to deposit USDT for at least 72 hours, whereas CVI merchants should keep an open place for at the very least 6 hours earlier than promoting or closing it. 

Customers can hyperlink their accounts to main wallets together with MetaMask or Belief Pockets. COTI plans so as to add Ether (ETH) and COTI token (COTI) as deposit tokens within the close to future.

With the CVI mainnet launch, customers may also stake and unstake GOVI, which is the native governance token of the CVI index. The token allows customers to earn platform charges and take part in voting.