In traditional investing there is a counterparty for every trade: when you are selling, someone is buying and vice versa.
This isn't the case on Morpher where our protocol mints and burns tokens based on the performance of your investment. The result is the same return profile as placing that trade on traditional markets, without anyone needed on the opposite side of the trade.

In other words, our smart contracts will always be there to make a market for you at the current market price.

Trading within the Morpher App using Virtual Futures is done with infinite liquidity, where trades do not incur slippage or fees from market movements. While trades on Morpher are perfectly liquid, trades involving Morpher tokens for crypto/fiat on secondary exchanges are not.
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