Perpetual Protocol is a decentralized perpetual contract protocol for every asset, made possible by a Virtual Automated Market Maker (vAMM).
Like Uniswap, traders can trade with our vAMMs directly without the need for counterparties. The vAMMs provide guaranteed on-chain liquidity with predictable pricing set by constant product curves. The vAMMs are also designed to be market neutral and fully collateralized.
PERP holders can become stakers by staking the PERP tokens in their possession to a Staking Pool. In return, stakers are rewarded with a portion of the transaction fees in stable coins plus staking rewards in PERP.
Our goal is to create the world's best, most accessible and most secure decentralized derivatives trading platform.
This vision leverages the DeFi 'money lego' ethos to both build upon other amazing DeFi projects, as well as actively facilitate ways for future projects to build upon our work.
Perpetual Protocol also has a utility token (PERP) with incentive structures to foster a vibrant, engaged community of users that will govern protocol development in a cooperative, democratic way.
Contrary to the applications that utilize automated market makers (AMMs) for both token swaps and price discovery such as Uniswap and Balancer, Perpetual Protocol uses the constant-product curve in our AMMs solely for price discovery so that we can handle leverage and shorts.
10x Leveraged Perpetual Contacts
Traders can trade any asset with up to 10x leveraged long or short, have transparent fees, and 24/7 guaranteed liquidity.
Quick setup and withdrawals Connect your Metamask or other wallet and start trading in under a minute. Withdraw your funds in seconds, even if our service goes down.
Go Long or Short on Any Asset
Any asset can have a perpetual contract on Perpetual Protocol, whether it's gold, fiat, BTC, BCH, ETH, ERC-20s, XRP, EOS, LTC, ZEC, XMR, and more - Perpetual Protocol has unlimited potential.
Lower Slippage than Other AMMs Traders on constant product (x*y=k) market makers like Uniswap suffer from higher slippages than centralized exchanges because k is capped by liquidity provided. Perpetual Protocol’s Virtual AMM can have k set algorithmically to provide lower slippage to traders.