Understanding Perpetual Option Agreements: Antimatter guide

Chapter 1: Macro Perspective (Vision)

1. What is an option?

In short, option is a call that is executed at a specific price, based on the price of the underlying asset at a certain date in the future (call) or put (put). Options are a type of financial derivatives because they obtain value from the underlying asset (original product).

2. What is Antimatter?

Antimatter is an on-chain tokenized perpetual option protocol. We are working mainly with underlying assets of ERC20 and BEP20 standards. After pricing (price discovery) and circulation (transactions), the prices of these tokens will follow changes over time and the valuation of the project.

3. What can Antimatter do?

The option itself is a contract, but the transaction is not universal and not easy to transfer. At present, most option agreements on the chain can only be executed on the agreed date, which makes the options themselves lack liquidity.

4. What is the positioning of Antimatter in decentralized finance?

Usually, the tokens issued by the project go through three phases:

Antimatter is an innovative lightweight on-chain defi derivative protocol