A financial contract type whose value is based on an underlying asset, collection of assets, or benchmark is referred to as a "derivative." A derivative is an arrangement between two or more parties who can trade over-the-counter (OTC) or on an exchange.
These contracts sometimes have their own risks and may be used to trade a wide range of assets. Derivative prices are based on fluctuations in the value of underlying asset. These underlying assets can be exchanged to reduce risk and are frequently used to get access to certain markets. Derivatives can be used to either assume risk with the intention of receiving a similar reward(speculation) or to minimize risk (hedging).
CLEPX will be focusing on a total of five types of derivatives: future trading, copytrade, recommendation trading, cryptocurrency auction market, and leverage forecasting.