Hubble is a cross-margin multi-collateral perpetual futures protocol. This means all deposited tokens as well as all open positions are used as collateral for every single position. This is particularly beneficial for those seeking capital efficiency to use gains/profits in one position to fund another. But what if you want to open a position without putting all of your collateral + all your open positions at stake? What if you want to control exactly what and how much you are willing to bet?
Hubble does not technically support isolated-margin but there is a very easy workaround: create an additional MetaMask account, send the collateral you want to isolate for your position to this second account, deposit it in Hubble and start your position.
Here’s how you can create a new account on MetaMask: