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Hedger - Example Flow
Below is an example of how the hedger flow and connection could work with SYMMIO.
As the permissionless lightweight nature of the protocol presets only a few rules like how a Intent or Quote need to be structured and responded, MarketMakers can create their own 100% unique MarketMaking and Hedging strategies.
Frontends and Drivers might require MarketMakers to provide a list of Markets and a Bid, Ask and spread for each market, as well as a Range of CVA, preference in LiquidationFee & Funding Rates can all be defined by MarketMakers, there are no requirements by the protocol.
Providing infinite customizability and a focus on fair competition to create the best long term sustainability and offer best executions for traders.
As lightweight and customizable as the system promises to be everything can be customized.
Virtually any custody or collateral solution can be used to interact with any secondary market, all markets or strategies can be used to hedge & any frontend or decentralized driver system can be used to offer services, SYMMIO is truly the customize everything protocol.
The core contracts only inherit very little complexity, the overall system allows for infinite complexity.
As Hedgers offer their Quotes to a "Hedger pool" either via Introductionor Drivers (TBD) users can select to trade upon them, there are rules on how hedgers should communicate their quotes to the frontend, but there are no rules how a hedger should hedge themselfs against them.
Therefore creating an infinite amount of possible "Hedger flows".
- 1.Stream a list of supported markets, so frontends can display them more easily.
- 2.Commit to a Bid and Ask spread for each market, so users dont need to request them.
- 3.Detect when a user requests a trade, be as fast as you can for a good UX.
- 4.Execute the trade when a user requests it, dont let them hanging.
- 5.Rebalance your collateral so your positions stay healthy, to not get liquidated.
Hedgers should strive to achieve a High response rate. (not responding to quotes is currently not punishable, but will potentially be punishable in the future.)
MarketMakers deposit margin on-chain and in Binance Custody, then mirror it to the Binance Futures Account.
Set up the hedging software.
Receive, stream prices, and listen to incoming requests.
A user visits the Pear Frontend, selects an asset, and sends an AMFQ request for a trade on-chain.
The MarketMaker(Hedger) detects, reserves, hedges, and fills the quote on-chain.
Positions need to be maintained by all parties at all times, otherwise, 3rd party liquidators flag them as liquidated and earn the liquidation fee as a prize.
As all Frontends, Driver systems, Exchanges, Trading Desks, margin accounts, custody solution, wallets and forms of hedging can be swapped, rotated, infinitely customized and perpetually optimized, best execution prices for traders and everlasting efficient profits for market makers are possible, the possibilities for refinement are sheer endless.