Strikes chain

The /strikes-chain endpoint retrieves the options chain, also known as the strikes chain, providing information about each strike price, along with additional details regarding handlers and hooks. This endpoint offers a comprehensive view of available options for a given market, including where the liquidity for each strike comes from and the specific conditions under which it can be used.

How Handlers and Hooks Work

  • Handlers specify the DEX and the specific liquidity pool from which the liquidity for the options is sourced. This information is useful for understanding the underlying structure supporting the options market.

  • Hooks outline constraints such as the maximum allowable duration for which the liquidity can be utilized (Time-To-Live or TTL) and the expiration conditions for the options.

Together, handlers and hooks provide a deeper understanding of the liquidity and constraints governing the options chain.

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