# GMX (GMX) Profit Calculator - Calculate GMX Profit/Loss and ROI

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## GMX (GMX) Profit Calculator and ROI Calculator

GMX Profit Calculator is nothing but a tool to simplify your tedious process of calculating how much profit or loss you make in each trade. Sometimes GMX ROI calculation becomes difficult when the number of tokens are huge or you make multiple trades and there are other hidden factors like exchange fees for both entering and exiting a trade.

Our GMX (GMX) Profit Calculator is a simple calculation tool that you can bookmark and can help you no matter which cryptocurrency you want to calculate.

Right now, the price of GMX (GMX) is \$23.11, with a marketcap of \$222,283,507.

You might also be interested in knowing the price prediction for GMX

If you had invested \$100 in GMX a week ago, the amount would have become \$96.11 now. If you invested \$100 in GMX a year ago then then your \$100 would have become \$46.95 now.

## How to use GMX (GMX) Profit Calculator and GMX ROI Calculator

Our GMX Profit Calculator can be used to calculate profit/loss for any cryptocurrencies, we suggest you bookmark this page. Hence, we suggest you bookmark this page.
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Choose the fiat currency (USD, EUR, etc) with which you traded on the exchange.
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Select the cryptocurrency that you bought and you can always change it from GMX, Remember, this is an optional field since profit/loss depends on the Buy and Sell price, and not on the coin
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In the “Investment” field, enter the amount that you have invested.
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Enter the Buy and Sell price of GMX or any other cryptocurrency that you have selected. Buy Price is the price at which you got your GMX and Sell Price is the price at which you sold or plan to sell your GMX.
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If you know about the exchange’s investment/trading or exit fee then enter, else you can keep this field blank.

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