Syndr - Solution

Syndr - solution

Single venue for everything

Syndr supports multiple derivative instruments including with options, perpetuals and futures. All on the same platform.

Best-in-class Portfolio Margining

Syndr enables support for portfolio-margining, where all open positions can be used to calculate the amount needed to maintain the current positions by offsetting profit and losses.

No compromises + No gas Fees

Trade Derivatives with No Compromises! Take back control of your assets with Syndr. We let you trade with self-custody, high performance, and no gas fees.

Multi-Collateral support & Cross-collateralization

Syndr supports multiple collaterals where all funds held in the user's account can be used as collateral seamlessly. Everything is USD-margined and all of your collateral is collectively used against all of your positions.

Custom layer3 rollup for high throughput

Syndr v1 uses an optimistic layer-3 EVM rollup n top of Arbitrum for fast settlements nd high throughput.

Native Block trading Support

Apart from the orderbook layer, Syndr also enables native support for block-trading via the same infrastructure. This layer will also be integrable with external RFQ platforms for easy institutional onboarding.

Best Trading experience in DeFi.

  • No gas costs
  • 1-click deposits + withdrawals
  • 1-click cross-chain deposits
  • No need to sign every tx with your wallet i.e. abstracted away order signing using EIP712 sigs
  • Customizable trading interface
  • Integrations with Fiat on-ramps

How does Syndr prevent liquidity fragmentation for DeFi derivatives?

  • More capital-efficient market making - Syndr makes it easier to hedge(delta, gamma, vega) risk natively on Syndr with combined Options + Perps + Dated Futures
  • Built-in support for hedging - No need to hedge positions using external centralized exchanges.
  • Unlocked liquidity for non-stable collateral - no need for users to sell/loaning an asset to unlock its liquidity for trading derivatives on Syndr.
  • Native Block-trading support - DeFi derivative protocols rarely support Block-trading natively, forcing the users to use a single kind of AMM/Orderbook. A high-volume trader typically suffers from higher slippages and even issues such as MEV/Frontrunning. As a result, derivative CeXs offer better rates than derivative DeXs, thus leading to liquidity flowing out from DeFi into CeFi.