Arbitrage occurs when a currency or token is purchased in one exchange (market) and simultaneously sold in another market at a higher price, thus considered to be risk-free profit for the trader. Arbitrage provides a mechanism to ensure prices do not deviate substantially from fair value for long periods of time. With advancements in technology, it has become more and more difficult to profit from pricing differencies in the market. We have included a table here, set to monitor price fluctuations in several markets on similar financial instruments. Data is fetched directly from each exchange every 60-120 seconds.
Please note! The displayed arbitrage values below ignore any related deposit, withdrawal and trade fees.