Over the past few weeks, we’ve started covering Odyssey’s new features like put options, perps, and margin. In today’s blog, we’re diving into how Watches.io traders can use Odyssey’s synthetic derivatives to enhance their trading experience. Synthetic derivatives allow traders to open positions without
Today, we’re diving into Odyssey’s margin system, which will allow traders to enter undercollaterized positions while protecting their counterparties. Changes Coming with Odyssey In Hook’s current version, options are fully collateralized. Every option is backed by a specific NFT that the option writer deposited into the protocol.
Hook Odyssey’s new architecture allows traders to create strategies to help scale their NFT Finance activity. One strategy we’re excited to share more about is the ability for lenders to hedge their downside risk through put options. In this blog, we’ll discuss how lenders on Gondi, a
We recently shared a preview of the next iteration of Hook, which will be called Odyssey. Over the next few weeks, we’ll dive into Odyssey’s new features – starting with shorting collections. Since Hook’s launch, our team has focused on building the best possible NFT call options protocol.
Hook’s Request-for-Quotes System (RFQ) is the best way for market makers to trade Hook’s covered call options. Instead of having to manually update offers as the price of an option changes, market makers can use Hook’s RFQ to passively respond to requests in real-time. How Hook’s
Over the last several months, NFT Finance primitives have expanded the horizon of NFT trading beyond buying and selling NFTs. Traders can now use leverage to long or short NFT collections on nftperp and can trade NFT-backed call options on Hook. One strategy that is common in both traditional financial
Hook now sends notifications when offers are made on NFTs in your wallet. Holders can choose to be notified via email or telegram.