Introducing a 26-criteria trader filter




The duration or time period of the trading activity

Last Trade


The most recent transaction recorded



(Profit and Loss) The overall profit or loss generated from the trades

Total Gain


The cumulative profit made from all trades

Total Loss


The cumulative loss incurred from all trades

Avg Volume


The average trading volume per trade



(Return on Investment) The percentage gain or loss relative to the initial investment



The minimum return on investment percentage achieved



The maximum return on investment percentage achieved


The total number of trades executed


The total number of winning trades


The total number of losing trades

Win rate


The percentage of winning trades out of the total trades

Profit rate


The percentage of profit made relative to the total investment

W/L ratio

The ratio of winning trades to losing trades

Order/Position ratio

The relationship between the number of open orders and the number of open positions

PnL ratio

The ratio of profit and loss in relation to the total investment

Profit factor

The ratio of total profit to total loss

Avg Leverage

Average leverage of each transaction

Min Avg Leverage

Minimum average leverage per transaction

Max Avg Leverage

Maximum average leverage per transaction

Avg duration


The average duration of trades is in hours

Min duration


The minimum duration of a trade in hours

Max duration


The maximum duration of a trade in hours

Max drawdown


The maximum percentage decline in account value from its peak.

Max drawdown PnL


The maximum dollar value loss experienced from the peak account value.


A perpetual DEX, short for Decentralized Perpetual Exchange, is a type of decentralized trading platform that enables continuous trading of perpetual contracts. Perpetual contracts are a form of derivative contracts that simulate the price movement of an underlying asset without an expiration date. They allow traders to speculate on the price of assets like cryptocurrencies, commodities, or indices without owning the actual asset.These DEXs are decentralized, non-custodial, and permission-less. They use liquidity pools for liquidity, can incorporate order book models, and allow for leveraged perpetual contract trading.

Trader Account/ Blockchain Address

A blockchain address, also known as a cryptocurrency address, is a unique identifier used to send, receive, trade, and store digital assets on a blockchain network. It is a string of characters that serves as a destination for cryptocurrency transactions and is used to verify ownership of a particular digital wallet. Blockchain addresses play a crucial role in the security and transparency of cryptocurrency transactions, making them an essential component of the blockchain ecosystem.

Blockchain Transaction

A transaction refers to a contract, agreement, transfer, or exchange of assets between two or more parties. The asset is typically cash or property. Likewise, a blockchain transaction is nothing but data transmission across the network of computers in a blockchain system

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