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Crab Strategy
Crab automates a strategy that performs best in sideways markets. Based on current funding, crab would be profitable if ETH moves less than approximately 0.00% in either direction between 2 day hedges. Crab hedges approximately three times a week (on MWF). Crab aims to be profitable in USD terms, stacking ETH if price drops and selling ETH price increases. Learn more.

Strategy Deposits

0 ETH

Strategy Capacity

0 ETH

0.00

ETH Price ($)

0.00

Current Implied Funding (%)

0.00

Historical Daily Funding (%)

1/1, 12:00 AM

Last hedged at

0.00

Current Profit Threshold (%)

0

Collat Ratio (%)

Profitability between hedges
Profitability Flat
Based on current funding, crab strategy would be unprofitable if ETH moves more than the profit threshold of approximately 0.00% in either direction between 2 day hedges. Crab hedges approximately three times a week (on MWF). Crab aims to be profitable in USD terms.
Risk
If the Crab Strategy falls below the safe collateralization threshold (150%), the strategy is at risk of liquidation. Rebalancing based on large ETH price changes helps prevent a liquidation from occurring.

Based on current funding, crab strategy would be unprofitable if ETH moves more than approximately 0.00% in either direction before the next hedge. The implied funding rate at which you deposit at impacts your profitability. Depositing at a high funding rate increases likelihood of profitability.

If the Squeeth premium to ETH increases, the strategy will incur a loss because it will be more expensive to close the position. Crab aims to be profitable in USD terms. Learn more.

Crab smart contracts have been audited by Sherlock. However, smart contracts are experimental technology and we encourage caution only risking funds you can afford to lose.
Strategy History