1 usdand the contract value for
5 btc. For more information, please take a look at our page about derivatives contract specifications.
binance-BTCUSDT-futuremarket from our
/timeseries/market-openinterestAPI endpoint is provided below.
market: The id of the market. Market ids use the following naming convention:
exchangeName-baseAsset-quoteAsset-spotfor spot markets,
exchangeName-futuresSymbol-futurefor futures markets, and
exchangeName-optionsSymbol-optionfor options markets.
time: The time at which Coin Metrics queried the open interest data from an exchange in ISO 8601 date-time format. Always with nanoseconds precision.
contract_count: The open interest denominated in number of contracts.
value_usd: The open interest denominated in U.S. dollars.
database_time: The timestamp when the data was saved in the database in ISO 8601 date-time format with nanoseconds precision. Always with nanoseconds precision.
exchange_time: The timestamp reported by the exchange. Can be null if the exchange does not report a timestamp.
timefield is the exchange-reported time. For all other exchanges, we truncate the
timefield to the minute. We try to cycle our scrapers as close to the minute as possible, but most exchanges do not allow us to query the open interest at a specific timestamp. Therefore, if you require a more precise timestamp for exactly when open interest was measured, we recommend using the
database_timefield which represents the time that we saved it in the database.
btc, exchanges like
binance, asset pairs like
btc-usd, and exchange-asset pairs like
binance-btc. For more information, please take a look at our open interest metrics.
btc, for a specific exchange like
binance, or for a specific asset that trades on a specific exchange like