Crypto Liquidation Heatmap [LuxAlgo]

The Crypto Liquidation Heatmap tool offers real-time insights into the liquidations of the top cryptocurrencies by market capitalization, presenting the current state of the market in a visually accessible format. Assets are sorted in descending order, with those experiencing the highest liquidation values placed at the top of the heatmap.

Additional details, such as the breakdown of long and short liquidation values and the current price of each asset, can be accessed by hovering over individual boxes.


The crypto liquidation heatmap tool provides real-time insights into liquidations across all timeframes for the top 29 cryptocurrencies by market capitalization. The assets are visually represented in descending order, prioritizing assets with the highest liquidation values at the top of the heatmap.

Different colors are used to indicate whether long or short liquidations are dominant for each asset. Green boxes indicate that long liquidations surpass short liquidations, while red boxes indicate the opposite, with short liquidations exceeding long liquidations.

Hovering over each box provides additional details, such as the current price of the asset, the breakdown of long and short liquidation values, and the duration for the calculated liquidation values.


🔹Crypto Liquidation

Crypto liquidation refers to the process of forcibly closing a trader's positions in the cryptocurrency market. It occurs when a trader's margin account can no longer support their open positions due to significant losses or a lack of sufficient margin to meet the maintenance requirements. Liquidations can be categorized as either a long liquidation or a short liquidation.

A long liquidation occurs when long positions are being liquidated, typically due to a sudden drop in the price of the asset being traded. Traders who were bullish on the asset and had opened long positions will face losses as the market moves against them.

On the other hand, a short liquidation occurs when short positions are being liquidated, often triggered by a sudden spike in the price of the asset. Traders who were bearish on the asset and had opened short positions will face losses as the market moves against them.

🔹Liquidation Data

It's worth noting that liquidation data is not readily available on TradingView. However, we recognize the close correlation between liquidation data, trading volumes, and asset price movements. Therefore, this script analyzes accessible data sources, extracts necessary information, and offers an educated estimation of liquidation data. It's important to emphasize that the presented data doesn't reflect precise quantitative values of liquidations. Traders and analysts should instead focus on observing changes over time and identifying correlations between liquidation data and price movements.


🔹Cryptocurrency Asset List

It is highly recommended to select instruments from the same exchange with the same currency to maintain proportional integrity among the chosen assets, as different exchanges may have varying trading volumes.

Supported currencies include USD, USDT, USDC, USDP, and USDD. Remember to use the same currency when selecting assets.

  • List of Crypto Assets: The default options feature the top 29 cryptocurrencies by market capitalization, currently listed on the Binance Exchange. Please note that only crypto assets are supported; any other asset type will not be processed or displayed. To maximize the utility of this tool, it is crucial to heed the warning message displayed above.

🔹Liquidation Heatmap Settings

  • Position: Specifies the placement of the liquidation heatmap on the chart.
  • Size: Determines the size of the liquidation heatmap displayed on the chart.



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