Muon is



Muon is trustless, while others can only claim to be ‘trust-minimized’. Other protocols converge on a centralized oracle. In the context of asset management protocols (AMPs), this could be an asset manager, a council of token holders, the project team itself, or a DAO. muon gets around all of this in a unique on-chain feature we call synchronization.


Muon is diversified. The modular nature of the platform in combination with the scalability of Solana allow for a reduction of single-points-of-failure. Muon also allows for an extreme amount of control for composers as well as transparency for the user


Muon is streamlined. Unlike amps that implement some combination of restrictions and KYC measures. DeFi asset managers won’t have to abide by common protocol constraints: static token allocations, limited strategies, limited markets, limited automation.

Why Us

Core Features

Index / Strategy Driven

Muon allows users to build ETFs and develop strategies. These products are able to be put onto the marketplace and the creator of the strategy will benefit from its’ success.

Yield generating

MUON’s ETFs generate income for both the users and the native token by lending out the underlying tokens in each ETF and sharing in the yield genereated. Through this mechanism, MUON never has to charge fees for the management of assets, in fact we pay the user for using our platform.


Arbitrage opportunities are also created as premiums or discounts to the traded ETFs can be arbitraged for profit. This feature helps incentivize synchronization as well.


Muon incentivizes users to rebalance and reconstitute funds through a process we call synchronization. When users engage this function they collect rewards and trigger the rebalance, reconstition or any other required function.


At the core of the muon ecosystem is the driver to make the experience only as complicated as the user wants it to be.

Muon Token

Profit Sharing

the muon token has several primary functions. one of these functions is to receive profits from the platform.

These profits are taken from

1. Withdrawal fees

2. Performance fees

3. Management fees

These fees will eventually be taken from the profit of the apy generated by the integration of lending protocols like oxygen.

Staking for Arbitrage ​

Muon will need to be staked on the platform in order for the user to participate in the arbitrage opportunities. Staking muon will also result in other community-centric rewards. Users can also actively participate in rebalancing the fund. 

Yield Farming & Lending

Muon has reserved significant allocation specifically for community mining Which can be distributed to incentivize favorable behavior. Muon also allows for lending of assets which will enable users to get paid to use the platform. 

About Us

Who we are