In an honest market it cannot.

Tell me why on honest market just as i write this S&P500 is 1,615.41 and E-mini S&P 500 Futures Jun 2014 is 1597.75?

So it surely can and all your arguments is bs

I know enough.

Futures are not options! Read again

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Normal_backwardationIf you add something of value to it, a five dollar bill [the time value] then the two things together cannot sell for less than one dollar.

And if you substract some "time value"?

BTW, why are you not answering my questions? In is not funny to talk to a person, who only says "bla-bla-bla" and not answering straight questions

If you want to clarify this for yourself do the following calculation. Using initial margin requirements used at their website look at what happens if you buy 1000 September contracts today and then estimate the price of those contracts if bitcoin moved a few dollars up. If you want me to explain that further or you are not comfortable with math say so.

Please you do this calculation if bitcoin moved 20 dollars down

Derivatives like this have existed for many decades. If you want the formula for this type of contract try Googling "valuing volatility in futures markets"

Again no answer.

Looks like you simply post some random numbers that bumped into your head.

I ask you to post here the formula and all your calculations that gave you those numbers.

We'll see.

What i see is bitcoin below 80$