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What Is Heatmap on Binance Futures

2022-09-16 03:45

What is the Heatmap?

The Heatmap displays the top 30 USDⓈ-M or COIN-M Perpetual Contracts in Binance Futures. It shows real-time data in the form of blocks that are automatically organized by trading volume and percentage price change using a color scheme that reflects rising or declining trends.

What data is displayed in the Heatmap?

The Heatmap enables traders to quickly analyze the performance of USDⓈ-M or COIN-M Perpetual Contracts in Binance Futures in terms of trading volume and percentage price change:

Trading Volume Display

The “Trading Volume” Heatmap shows a color scheme that reflects the price movement of a particular cryptocurrency, where green represents soaring prices, red stands for declining prices, and gray means that prices have not changed within 24 hours.
  • 0% = Gray
  • 0 - 10% = Shade 1 green/red
  • 10 - 20% = Shade 2 green/red
  • 20%+ = Shade 3 green/red
The blocks of the “Trading Volume” Heatmap are organized based on the USDⓈ-M or COIN-M Perpetual Contracts in Binance Futures with the highest trading volume. In this case, the higher the trading volume of the futures contract is, the bigger the size of the block.
Inside these blocks, you can find market data related to USDⓈ-M or COIN-M Perpetual Contracts in Binance Futures, including:
  • Trading Pair
  • Exchange Rate
  • Percentage Price Change
Please note that by hovering over the blocks inside the “Trading Volume” Heatmap, you will be able to see additional information, such as trading volume and 24-hour price change. If you click on the block, you will be redirected to the trading page of that USDⓈ-M or COIN-M Perpetual Contract.

24H Change Display

The “24h Change” Heatmap reflects the same data as above. The main difference is that the blocks are organized based on the top-performing USDⓈ-M or COIN-M Perpetual Contracts in Binance Futures. In this case, the higher the price change of the underlying asset is, the bigger the size of the block.
The color scheme reflects the price movement of a particular cryptocurrency, where green represents soaring prices, red stands for declining prices, and gray means that prices have not changed within 24 hours.
  • 0% = Gray
  • 0 - 10% = Shade 1 green/red
  • 10 - 20% = Shade 2 green/red
  • 20%+ = Shade 3 green/red
Inside the blocks of the Heatmap, you can find market data related to USDⓈ-M or COIN-M Perpetual Contracts in Binance Futures, including:
  • Trading Pair
  • Exchange Rate
  • Percentage Price Change
Please note that by hovering over the blocks inside the “24h Change” Heatmap you will be able to see additional information, such as trading volume and 24-hour price change. If you click on the block, you will be redirected to the trading page of that USDⓈ-M or COIN-M Perpetual Contract.

How to access the Heatmap in Binance Futures?

1. Go to Binance Futures and click [Log In], or [Register] if you don’t have an account yet.
2. On the Binance Futures trading interface, click [Settings] and enable [Heatmap]
3. Scroll down to view the [Heatmap].
4. Click on the arrow on the top right corner of the Heatmap to switch from [Trading Volume] to [24h Change]. Note that you can hover over the blocks inside the Heatmap to see additional information, such as trading volume and 24-hour price change, and clock on it to be redirected to the trading page of that USDⓈ-M or COIN-M Perpetual Contract.