Crypto vs. U.S. futures

Our company has extensive experience in the trading cryptocurrency market and the U.S. futures market. We believe that for successful trading performance, it is crucial to carefully select the market and the traded instruments. Our indicator works perfectly fine on any market, but to achieve the best results, it is important to take into account the following differences:
U.S. futures
percentage commission
fixed commission
strong correlation of instruments (*)
weak correlation of instruments (*)
strong market accumulations (**)
weak market accumulations (**)
easy to open an account (***)
difficult to open an account (***)
weak reliability of fund security
strong reliability of fund security
low market liquidity
high market liquidity
(*) Similar groups of instruments exhibit strong positive or negative correlations, but there is no 'base' instrument like Bitcoin.
(**) The cryptocurrency market tends to exhibit prolonged accumulations, which facilitates market analysis but also necessitates extended positions
(***) To open an account with a broker, you need to fill out various applications and fund your account using SWIFT payment, whereas in the cryptocurrency market, it is relatively straightforward to undergo verification and fund your account using various methods.
Based on this, if you prefer active intraday trading, the difference in commission can have a significant impact on your income. Therefore, in this case, we recommend giving preference to the U.S. futures market, whereas long-term trading will not have significant differences in results. For deposits exceeding $10,000, we also recommend considering the U.S. futures market due to its higher market liquidity.
U.S. futures
Binance (intraday - longterm trading)
AMP Futures (intraday - longterm trading)
Kraken (longterm trading)
Tradovate (intraday - longterm trading)