Modular derivatives


Synthex's trustless synthetic asset protocol enables the issuance and trading of synthetic assets through its modular architecture is designed to provide users with a seamless and secure experience when trading synthetic assets. The platform is built on Arbitrum, a top of state-of-the-art blockchain technology, ensuring that all transactions are fast, transparent, and secure. The following sections will delve deeper into the key features of Synthex's modular architecture and how they provide users with a superior trading experience


Synthex's modular architecture includes a powerful swap feature that allows for seamless trading of synthetic assets with no slippage. This means that users can trade their synthetic assets without the risk of their orders being filled at a different price than what they intended. Additionally, the platform utilizes minimal trading fees, which are used to burn debt, further enhancing the stability of the ecosystem.


Synthex's mint/burn feature allows anyone to mint and burn a wide range of synthetic assets. This means that users can easily create new synthetic assets and add them to the platform, increasing the diversity of assets available for trading. Additionally, users can also burn their synthetic assets to repay their debt. Also fees generated from the protocols is used to burning synths, removing them from circulation and ensuring the overall stability of the protocol.


Synthex's lending and borrowing module allows users to lend or borrow synths from the platform. This feature could be used to leverage positions up to 150x, providing traders with more flexibility and opportunities to maximize their returns. Additionally, the lending/borrowing feature is built on top of Synthex's no slippage trading, ensuring that users can take advantage of this feature without the risk of their orders being filled at a different price.


Synthex's liquidity pool feature enables stable swaps between synth and non-synth pairs, providing users with more flexibility and options when trading on the platform. The pools enable swaps that eliminates permanent loss, utilizing Synthex's no slippage trading. For example, a user can perform a swap from ETH to ETHX to USDX to USDC with ETH-ETHX and USDX-USDC pools. This feature would enable swaps that eliminates permanent loss, utilizing Synthex's no slippage trading and making the platform more attractive for more sophisticated traders.

Debt Pools

SyntheX uses multiple debt pools as a way to minimize risk by grouping assets together that have similar characteristics and are likely to move in the same direction. One of the most significant advantages of debt pools is that they help to minimize risk. By grouping assets together that are similar to each other, debt pools reduce the likelihood that one asset will move in a different direction than the others, which can lead to significant losses. This is particularly important in the world of synthetic assets, where the risk can be high due to the inherent volatility of other assets in the pool. Debt pools in Synthex consist of assets which are similar to each other, so they all move in one direction.
Another advantage of debt pools is that they make the Synthex protocol feel less like a trading competition. By grouping assets together that have similar characteristics, debt pools reduce the pressure to constantly monitor the market and make quick trades. Instead, traders can deploy assets in more stable in other modules such as liquidity pools, lending/borrowing, etc which gives more value to the DeFi ecosystem.
One of the best things about debt pools in Synthex is that anyone can create a debt pool with any number of assets backed by a verified price feed. This allows traders to tailor debt pools to their specific needs and preferences through governance. Synthex's debt pools shall provide a flexible and customizable way to trade and invest in synthetic assets.