Dopex is a decentralized options protocol that seeks to passively maximize liquidity for option buyers, minimize losses for option writers, and maximize gains for option buyers.
As an improvement of the current options market, Dopex offers a suite of decentralized finance (DeFi) products, such as collateral borrowing and staking in option pools. It also utilizes a highly efficient pricing strategy to allow options traders to take advantage of immediate options arbitrage opportunities.
GMX is a decentralized spot and perpetual exchange that enables users to trade BTC, ETH and other popular cryptocurrencies directly from their crypto wallets. The GMX user can do spot swaps and trade perpetual futures up to 50x leverage, similarly to how it’s done on a centralized exchange. However, contrary to using a centralized exchange, they keep custody of their assets by utilizing a cryptocurrency wallet.
GMX aims to provide a better trading experience with low swap fees and zero-price impact trades.
Arbitrum is a layer-2 scaling solution for Ethereum, designed to improve the scalability and usability of the Ethereum network. The Arbitrum ecosystem consists of several components that work together to provide faster and cheaper transactions on the Ethereum network, including:
Arbitrum Rollup: This is the core technology behind Arbitrum, and is a type of sidechain that runs on top of the Ethereum network. Transactions are processed off-chain, and only the final result is posted back to the Ethereum network.