According to data provided by analyst company Skew, the average daily bid of $ 10 million on Binance has been steadily decreasing over the past week. This margin represents the difference in price between assets for immediate purchase and immediate sale.
Binance showed a spread of 0.71% on 19 February and recorded a decline of 0.55% over the week, down by approximately 16 basis points.
Skew also saw a 50 basis point decrease between 6 January and 4 February. This means that Binance’s liquidity is increasing as more buyers are coping with vendors on the cryptocurrency exchange at a larger price range.
How’s Bitmex doing?
On the other hand, BitMEX could see a slight decline in liquidity, despite a decline of 5 basis points since last week.
On February 19, there was a 0.25% demand-supply spread on BitMEX, which fell to 0.20% over the next four days. However, on February 24, it rose to 0.22%, which could mean fewer users decide to trade on BitMEX.
Currently, Binance Futures posted a 24-hour volume of $ 1.24 billion, much less than BitMEX of $ 2.7 billion in the same period. However, given the rate of growth in recent months, it may not be long before Binance takes the throne.