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· 4 min read


Executive Summary

To conclude our three-part Democratizing DeFi Research series, Brandon guides us through the Panoption backtester. This powerful tool plays a critical role in maximizing trading success by simulating various perpetual options trading and liquidity provider (LP) strategies. By the end of this article, you should be able to get started on running your own strategy backtests.

· 8 min read


Executive Summary

In this second installment of our three-part series on Democratizing DeFi Research, Doctor C gives us a deep dive into the open-source Python script used for studying implied volatility and volatility smiles of Uniswap Liquidity Providers (LPs).

We aim to unpack these complexities, enabling you to understand and use our code more effectively. This blog post doesn't just offer insights — it gives you the tools to conduct your own DeFi research and contribute to our growing body of knowledge.

· 3 min read


In this inaugural article of our three-part Democratizing DeFi Research series, we provide a guide on how to access, understand, and run our open-source code. More specifically, you will learn to:

  1. Access Panoptic's open-source research notebooks and code on GitHub
  2. Download and run Python code and Jupyter Notebooks