Perpetual futures, or perpetual swaps, are widely used derivative contracts in the cryptocurrency market. Unlike traditional futures contracts, which have a fixed expiration date, perpetuals don't have an expiration date, making them a valuable instrument for traders to speculate on the future price of assets, such as Bitcoin and Ethereum.

In addition, in trading, going long, or buying, is a strategy where traders purchase an asset with the expectation that its value will increase over time, while going short, or selling short, is a strategy where traders sell an asset with the hope that its value will decrease in the future. Going short is often employed by traders who believe that a particular asset is overvalued and will eventually decline in price.

Zaros Perpetuals DEX Overview

Zaros Perpetuals DEX is an innovative DeFi protocol that uniquely merges Liquid (Re)Staking with Perpetual Futures markets. This integration not only fosters real yield generation and capital efficiency but also benefits LSTs and LRTs holders by enabling them to lend their liquidity to support the creation of perpetual markets.

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