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Looking at the ratio things need to change for the ETHBTC ratio to hold at 260 SATs. ETH is currently well under performing. At the 400 level you see at the peak, assuming BTC current price, ETH would be looking at 500.

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Worth noting that if you wanted to do this trade we have the ETHBTC cross on the platform so you don't necessarily have to 'buy ETH sell BTC' in the strictest sense. You can do this in one trade. 

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Yes! Also, what are you doing regarding new cryptos and new pairs? How are IG going to stand out from the rest? 

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