After I read some comments in this thread, I think some people here hasn't understood whats DWC and DWF.
Javier Colon said in a podcast that DWC is a darwin that moves contrarian to the mass of traders in darwinex. This is by design to try to overcome the following: in the case that lots of traders loss in some moment in time, it will affect darwinex, the company. To avoid that, they created an algorithm designed for hedging the mass of traders. So when the traders loss, the algo wins. Then they decided to create a darwin from this, it is highly correlated with volatility and it may be useful.
So, DWC was created to be an hedge for the darwinex company, not an hedge for investors or traders. DWC was not expected to be a winner darwin, and it will never be. It will operate always contrarian to the average movements of the traders. It is useful to extract conclusions from the market, though.
BUT, after some months, @darwinexlabs realized that it wasn't fulfilling the purpose of its creation. And Javier Colon stated loud and clear recently that DWC is not an hedge darwin. Not for the company, not for portfolios.
DWF is similar to DWC, but with a modification, as it tries to do better exits than DWC. Nothing more. It may include in the future some more modifications.