Margin made simple

Fulcrum is a powerful DeFi platform for tokenized lending and margin trading.


Up to 5x long/short


To earn interest

Why is
margin trading with Fulcrum


Fulcrum is a decentralized margin trading platform. There is no need for any verification, KYC or AML.


Whether lending or trading, maintain control of your own keys and assets with our non-custodial solution.

Everything is Tokenized

iTokens (margin loans) earn holders interest on borrowed funds and pTokens (tokenized margin positions) allow your margin positions to be composable.

Minimal Liquidation Penalties

Positions that become undercollateralized are only liquidated enough to bring margin maintenance from 15% to 25%.

Perpetual Positions

Enjoy a frictionless trading experience with positions that automatically renew and zero rollover fees.

Maximize your potential gains

If ETH price goes 


You Gain 


past today future

How to open a leveraged position?

Select an asset, set your leverage, and go long or short


Select the amount of leverage for your asset


Enter the quantity and confirm transaction

Fulcrum supports leveraging, shorting, and lending of:


How safe is it?

Audited Smart Contracts

The bZx base protocol has been successfully audited by leading blockchain security auditor ZK Labs.

Secure Oracles

Chainlink’s decentralized oracle network is used for price information.

Insurance Fund

If undercollateralized loans are not properly liquidated, lenders are repaid from a pool funded by 10% of the interest paid by borrowers.

Open source

As one of the founding principles of DeFi, we’re committed to interoperability and the development of open source code - see for yourself!

Frequently Asked Questions

What does going long or short mean in trading?

Margin trading has two main aspects: leverage and shorting. When trading with leverage, a trader borrows assets to increase the amount of assets they are trading. By doing so, they magnify the gains or losses of their trade. The borrowed assets are known as a margin loan. To obtain the margin loan, the trader puts up assets that serve as collateral. The terms of the margin loan specify a collateral-to-loan ratio. If the trade falls below the specified ratio, the trade is liquidated and the lender gets repaid using the trader's collateral. Margin trading also includes shorting. When shorting, a trader essentially sells assets they do not own. The short investor borrows an asset and sells it with the expectation that the asset will lose value.

How are positions liquidated? Is there liquidity risk?

Are the smart contracts safe? Can I see the audits?


Up to 5x Leverage,
and perfect liquidity

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To earn interest

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