Furthermore, retailers can also write call options or put options to sell if he feels the option premium is insanely high. Let’s assume the current price of XYZ token is 1 USDT and the call option exercising price is 2 USDT. When the XYZ price moves up to 2.5 USDT, if the call option premium is much much higher than 0.5 USDT (e.g.: 1.5 USDT), the trader could write call options by injecting XYZ in the smart contract and sell it in the Chainge Options DEX. If the option premium drops to a reasonable level, he could buy back to ensure his profit and prevent his XYZ in the option smart contract from being exercised. Or, alternatively, if the XYZ price drops lower than 2 USDT at some point, he doesn’t even need to buy back the XYZCO because no one will exercise the call option. And the same goes for to put options.