Once you are on the main screen of the Darico Futures trading terminal, you will be able to see the asset class section on the left side. There, you will be able to notice three segregations, as shown in the snapshot below. They are the typical 'USDT Futures,' 'Inverse' & 'Simulation.'
The trading of USDT futures is similar to that of trading any general asset class. That is, for instance, if you are trading the ‘BTC/USDT’ under the ‘USDT’ section, the margin and P&L would be taken in USDT.
But, trading of these same pairs under the ‘Inverse’ section works differently. In the below screenshot, we can see there are two future pairs available to trade (ETH/USD & BTC/USD). When you are trading these pairs, the margin and P&L will be taken in ETH & BTC.
The 'Simulation' is a valuable demo trading service offered by Darico to get the hang of their Futures trading platform. You can find the 'BTC/EXUSD' crypto asset class here. EXUSD is a virtual currency that can be used to trade this crypto pair. 1000 EXUSD will already be credited to your account, and you can find the current balance of those virtual funds under the buy/sell display area.