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Understanding Curve's new stablecoin, LLAMMA

FRONT-RUNNING BOTS in DEX: PART-2: The concept of front-running bots, and steps to prevent them while trading on DeX.

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FRONT-RUNNING BOTS in DEX: PART-1: How DeX works

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Trader Joe V2 new AMM design just launched, featuring concentrated liquidity, aiming to provide better efficiency for LPs, while minimizing slippage.

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Morphswap ($MS) | EXTREME 700K LowCap Gold | Bullet-Paced Cross-chain AMM & Governance

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Viasyl - Control your crypto investments in one place - Buy With Credit Card - Strong Community & Marketing - Launching Now.

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Even if Solana survives, consider issues for its DeFi ecosystem

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$CIA - Real Privacy Is Coming To Crypto

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Hey, I've been getting 3.8% daily return from this AMM defi. Let me know if you want the link up. [serious]

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What Is OpenSwap (OSWAP)?

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Apollo Inu is on a Moon Mission! Lets Plant our flag on the Moon, Mars & Beyond! Our Mission will progress in phases, after building a strong community. We will then launch our Moon Dex/AMM we will Be recruiting the best Programmers and Solidity/Blockchain Wizards to bring our plans to fruition!

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APOLLO INU is Rocketing off to the Moon! We're building building a Powerful community and will soon be launching our Moon Dex/AMM we will Be recruiting the best Programmers &Solidity/Blockchain Wizards to bring our plans to fruition! Join our Crew and Lets Plant our flag on the Moon, Mars & Beyond!

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APOLLO INU is Blasting off to the Moon! We are building building a strong community & will soon be launching launch our Moon Dex/AMM we will Be recruiting the best Programmers &Solidity/Blockchain Wizards to bring our plans to fruition! Join our Crew & Lets Plant our flag on the Moon, Mars & Beyond!

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APOLLO INU is Blasting off to the Moon! We are building building a strong community & will soon be launching launch our Moon Dex/AMM we will Be recruiting the best Programmers &Solidity/Blockchain Wizards to bring our plans to fruition! Join our Crew & Lets Plant our flag on the Moon, Mars & Beyond!

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Apollo Inu is on a Moon Mission! Lets Plant our flag on the Moon, Mars & Beyond! Our Mission will progress in phases, after building a strong community. We will then launch our Moon Dex/AMM we will Be recruiting the best Programmers and Solidity/Blockchain Wizards to bring our plans to fruition!

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Apollo Inu is on a Galactic Mission! Join our Rocketship & Lets Plant our flag on the Moon, Mars & Beyond! Our Mission will comprise of several phases, the first of which is building a strong community. We are going to use our Moon Marketing initiatives to embark on a epic community building run!

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Apollo Inu is Rocketing to the Moon! Join our Crew & Lets Plant our flag on the Moon, Mars & Beyond! We are building building a strong community & will soon be launching launch our Moon Dex/AMM we will Be recruiting the best Programmers &Solidity/Blockchain Wizards to bring our plans to fruition!

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Apollo Inu is on a Galactic Mission! Join our Rocketship & Lets Plant our flag on the Moon, Mars & Beyond! Our Mission will comprise of several phases, the first of which is building a strong community. We are going to use our Moon Marketing initiatives to embark on a epic community building run!

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Apollo Inu is on a Moon Mission! Join our Rocketship & Lets Plant our flag on the Moon, Mars & Beyond! Our Mission will comprise of several phases, the first of which is building a strong community. We are going to use our Moon Marketing initiatives to embark on a epic community building run!

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Apollo Inu is on a Galactic Mission! Join our Rocketship & Lets Plant our flag on the Moon, Mars & Beyond! Our Mission will comprise of several phases, the first of which is building a strong community. We are going to use our Moon Marketing initiatives to embark on a epic community building run!

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Apollo Inu is on a Galactic Mission! Join our Rocketship & Lets Plant our flag on the Moon, Mars & Beyond! Our Mission will comprise of several phases, the first of which is building a strong community. We are going to use our Moon Marketing initiatives to embark on a epic community building run!

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Apollo Inu is on a Moon Mission! Lets Plant our flag on the Moon, Mars & Beyond! Our Mission will progress in phases, after building a strong community. We will then launch our Moon Dex/AMM we will Be recruiting the best Programmers and Solidity/Blockchain Wizards to bring our plans to fruition!

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Pancakeswap has launched on Ethereum

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[serious] How I made a stupid mistake and lost $10 000, and why Bitfinex should make an effort to help

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Cross-Chain Uniswap (Uniswap x Stargate)

With New AMM Model And No BNT Printing, Bancor Protocol Recovery Ramps Up

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Crypto Lending vs. Staking

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Crypto Exchange CoinEx Partners With The Rugby League World Cup (RLWC) 2021

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Rottcoin - $ROTT | Meme token and Community driven project | An ecosystem of Nft marketplace, Staking, Rottwallet, Swap and Rottchain | Strong Community and Team

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Rottcoin - $ROTT | Meme token and Community driven project | An ecosystem of Nft marketplace, Staking, Rottwallet, Swap and Rottchain | Strong Community and Team

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Klex's Token LBP is now live! Klex is Klaytn's #1 Portfolio Rebalancer and AMM.

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What's Happening in the Cosmos Ecosystem?

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Cosmos - Internet of Blockchains

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Why I think Klaytn and Klex are going to be massive players in the DeFi space

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nft-uniswap.net

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With the new upgrade, Algorand now has >6 the smart contract throughput of any other top smart contract platform (SOL/AVAX/BSC/MATIC/CELO/ETH measured)

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Question about impermanent loss please!

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Thoughts on crypto and an update on my CAKE yield arbitrage strategy

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Algorand and its growing eco-system: you might want to look into these Dapps/protocols while still early

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Trader Joe (Avalanche) Innovating with New AMM: Liquidity Book Summary - The Daily Bolt by Revelo Intel

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Blue Flask | Dual Token mechanism | BNB Chain | Stake & Yield Farming | Earn Passive Income | High APR % | Solid Team KYC verified | 0% Tax fee | 100% Organic Project | LOW CAP

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Blue Flask | Dual Token mechanism | $LAB & $FLASK | Stake & Yield Farming | Earn Passive Income | High APR % | Solid Team KYC verified | 0% Tax fee | 100% Organic Project LOW CAP

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Blue Flask | Dual Token mechanism | Stake & Yield Farming | Earn Passive Income | High APR % | Solid Team KYC verified | 0% Tax fee | 100% Organic Project | LOW CAP

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The Nyan Kitty Just Launched & Blasting Off! Be a part of the Nyan Kitty Community & lets fill the Sky with our Rainbow Trails as we Celebrate the 10th Anniversary of Nyan Cat! We are blasting off to the Moon! Join the Kitty Club & be apart of our friendly Community! RFI Reflection Rewards and More!

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Nyan Kitty Just Launched and is on the loose! Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of Nyan Cat! Join the Nyan Kitty Community and lets fill the Sky with our Rainbow Chemtrails as we blast of to the Moon! Join the Squad and be apart of our friendly Community! RFI Reflection Rewards & much much more!

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Nyan Kitty Just Launched & Blasting Off! Be a part of the Nyan Kitty Community and lets fill the Sky with our Rainbow Trails as we Celebrate the 10th Anniversary of Nyan Cat! We are blasting off to the Moon! Join the Kitty Club & be apart of our friendly Community! RFI Reflection Rewards and More!

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Nyan Kitty Just Launched and is on the loose! Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of Nyan Cat! Join the Nyan Kitty Community and lets fill the Sky with our Rainbow Chemtrails as we blast of to the Moon! Join the Squad and be apart of our friendly Community! RFI Reflection Rewards & much much more!

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Nyan Kitty Just Launched and is on the loose! Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of Nyan Cat! Join the Nyan Kitty Community and lets fill the Sky with our Rainbow Chemtrails as we blast of to the Moon! Join the Squad and be apart of our friendly Community! RFI Reflection Rewards & much much more!

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Helix presale is live on pinksale. Live AMM utility, farming, staking ready to go. Buy below market rate, easy profit. 1000x potential. Don’t fade on this.

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Selling EVM OPcodes as NFT

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HELIX token presale is coming up. Not just another meme shitcoin. Already Launched & Live AMM, staking, farming. It's time to redefine what a legit token should be. No more empty promises, Great team, solid roadmap & instant utility. Join the winning team, don’t sleep on it!!

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HELIX token presale is coming up. Not just another meme shitcoin. Already Launched & Live AMM, staking, farming. It's time to redefine what a legit token should be. No more empty promises, Great team, solid roadmap & instant utility. Join the winning team, don’t sleep on it!!

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BNB and OKC Chain Integrate on Helix AMM

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Curious to know your thoughts on Dex/Liquidity Aggregators and the role they play in the virtual assets market.

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Hummus now has the highest TVL on $METIS. Next gen AMM stableswap with no impermanent loss for liq providers.

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HELIX token presale is coming up. Not just another meme shitcoin. Already Launched & Live AMM, staking, farming. It's time to redefine what a legit token should be. No more empty promises, Great team, solid roadmap & instant utility. Join the winning team, don’t sleep on it!!

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A simple guide to selecting Liquidity Pools (LP) based on your market views

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Labswap Ecosystem | the most transparent project on BNBChain! Stake & Yield Farming | AMM | DEX | Dual Token Mechanism | $LAB & $FLASK | Low Market Cap | 0% Tax fee | 0,1% Slippage | Organic Grow | Solid Project | Easy x100 from this entry point!

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The Great and Powerful Drogon Inu just launched & Bathe the fudsters in Dargonflame! All of the DeFi Relm will bend the knee! Join the House of the Drogon today! Our Community and numbers is growing by the minute! Lets build up our army and conquer the Bears! Responsive Developer and Admin team!

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Drogon Inu has Fair-Launched & has come to devour the Bears & Bathe the fudders in Dargonflame! All of the DeFi Relm will bend the knee to our community's might! Incoming Influencer Push. Upcoming Blockchain game with Integrated Swap & Yield Farming with liquid staking. All aboard the Dragon!

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Drogon Inu Just Launched and has Taken Flight and is coming to bathe the Bears in Dragon-Flame Join Drogon Inu and make the DeFi Relms bend the knee to our community's Power! Incoming Influencer Push. Upcoming Blockchain game & Swap with Integrated AMM with Yield Farming with liquid staking.

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Drogon Inu has Fair-Launched & has come to devour the Bears & Bathe the fudders in Dargonflame! All of the DeFi Relm will bend the knee to our community's might! Incoming Influencer Push. Upcoming Blockchain game with Integrated Swap & Yield Farming with liquid staking. All aboard the Dragon!

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Drogon Inu Just Launched and has Taken Flight and is coming to bathe the Bears in Dragon-Flame Join Drogon Inu and make the DeFi Relms bend the knee to our community's Power! Incoming Influencer Push. Upcoming Blockchain game & Swap with Integrated AMM with Yield Farming with liquid staking.

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Labswap Ecosystem | Stake & Yield Farming | AMM | DEX | Dual Token Mechanism | $LAB & $FLASK | Low Market Cap | 0% Tax fee | 0,1% Slippage | Organic Grow | Solid Project | Easy x100 from this entry point!

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Drogon Inu has Fair-Launched & has come to devour the Bears & Bathe the fudders in Dargonflame! All of the DeFi Relm will bend the knee to our community's might! Incoming Influencer Push. Upcoming Blockchain game with Integrated Swap & Yield Farming with liquid staking. All aboard the Dragon!

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Drogon Inu has Fair-Launched & has come to devour the Bears & Bathe the fudders in Dargonflame! All of the DeFi Relm will bend the knee to our community's might! Incoming Influencer Push. Upcoming Blockchain game with Integrated Swap & Yield Farming with liquid staking. All aboard the Dragon!

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Labswap Ecosystem | Stake & Yield Farming | AMM | DEX | Dual Token Mechanism | $LAB & $FLASK | Low Market Cap | 0% Tax fee | 0,1% Slippage | Organic Grow | Solid Project | Easy x100 from this entry point!

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Labswap Ecosystem | Stake & Yield Farming | AMM | DEX | Dual Token Mechanism | $LAB & $FLASK | Low Market Cap | 0% Tax fee | 0,1% Slippage | Organic Grow | Solid Project | Easy x100 from this entry point!

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Labswap Ecosystem | First Anniversary Next 19th of August | Stake & Yield Farming | AMM | DEX | Dual Token Mechanism | $LAB & $FLASK | Low Market Cap | 0% Tax fee | 0.1% Slippage | Organic Grow | Solid Project | Easy x100 from this entry point!

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Metaple Presale is Live Now on DX.app | DeFi Project | AMM, Staking & Farming | One-stop for Multiple Earning | BSC Token | Deflationary by Design | IDOPresales KYC Passed

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Total-Value-Locked (TVL) is a nonsense metric that will make you poor. We invented to measure value in an evolving industry. However, as we saw in the case of the Solana brothers, TVL has failed to account for the complexity of crypto - it's nonsense! It's time to put TVL in a drawer and lock it!

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Labswap Ecosystem | First Anniversary Next 19th of August | Stake & Yield Farming | AMM | DEX | Dual Token Mechanism | $LAB & $FLASK | Low Market Cap | 0% Tax fee | 0.1% Slippage | Organic Grow | Solid Project | Easy x100 from this entry point!

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The Viking-Doge has just launched Skoll! Join our Community! as we raid, pillage, and conquer all the DeFi World! Our AMM Agregator is in development We will create secure liquidity pools to serve a growing ecosystem of Defi Tokens. We will have liquid staking with high but sustainable rewards!

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The Viking-Doge has just launched Skoll! Join our Community! as we raid, pillage, and conquer all the DeFi World! Our AMM Agregator is in development We will create secure liquidity pools to serve a growing ecosystem of Defi Tokens. We will have liquid staking with high but sustainable rewards!

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Labswap Ecosystem | First Anniversary Next 19th of August | Stake & Yield Farming | AMM | DEX | Dual Token Mechanism | $LAB & $FLASK | Low Market Cap | 0% Tax fee | 0,1% Slippage | Organic Grow | Solid Project | Easy x100 from this entry point!

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Koala Troopers ($KT) | Just Launched | Renounced Ownership | 100% Liquidity Burned | <10K Market cap | +200 Holders | +150 Telegram | +500 Twitter | NFTs | P2E Game

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Pirate Ape Yacht Club | Selected by Pirate Ape Crew | Launchpad, Early Acces INO, Monthly Burn, Stakind and Farm | Dev Doxxed | VC at launch time with aMa | Launch on Today, 17:30 utc

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Ninja Floki has come to unleash his powerful Katana & Ninjutsu on all the fudsters currently bogging down the Markets. We are building the latest and greatest community in the space. Talented devs with great & diverse plans to blast us into another Galaxy! Come be part of the fun & make friends !

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Loopring - Important Layer 2 partner according to Ethereum.org

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Koala Troopers ($KT) | Just Launched | 100% Liquidity Locked | <20K Market cap | +30 Holders

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Koala Troopers | Just stealth launched | The First NFT-based P2E game on the Binance Smart Chain | 100% Liq Locked | Dev Team only 1.5% supply | Clean Website | Based Dev | Massive Potential | NFTs & P2E Game

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Privacy Token - CIA Protocol - 1st Ever True Privacy Dex - 0% Buy Tax For Next 24 hours.

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PRESALE!! Shibballz gamefi presale| low HC| Safu| No vesting| hiddengems

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Region MetaVerse World |RealProject | Stake | Bridge | PlayThegame P2E

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Labswap Ecosystem | Stake & Yield Farming | DEX | AMM | Dual Token Mechanism $LAB & $FLASK | Low Market Cap | 0% Tax fee | 0,1% Slippage | Organic Grow | Solid Project | Keep it on your radar!

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Pandora DEX forges a lead after 2 month-launching in the downtrend season!

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TIKTAK is hitting ATH after ATH & TravLadds on board! Only sitting at 80K MC. HUGE marketing ahead. This project is backed by 16-17 year old kids ready to change the world! Check it out!

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|-| $TikTak Token |-| TikTak Token created by two bright students to prove that a bright future in crypto is not a dream! First ever Safu project officially approved by Pinksale |

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// $TikTak // TikTak Token created by two bright students to prove that a bright future in crypto is not a dream! // First ever Safu project officially approved by Pinksale //

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| Shiba Digger | Deflationary Meme Coin with Social Conscience :: Advocating Women’s Rights Through Cryptocurrency. Built on Binance Smart Chain with 100% fair launch. Built by the community for the community

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Intuition and math behind DeFi AMM curves

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$TikTak || First ever Safu project officially approved by Pinksale | TikTak Token created by two bright students to prove that a bright future in crypto is not a dream! | A long term investment opportunity with a life-long dream behind it!

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$ TikTak Token: first ever Safu project officially approved by Pinksale | TikTak token created by two bright students to prove that a bright future in crypto is not a dream! | A long term investment opportunity with a life-long dream behind it!

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Geisha-Inu has just Fair-Launched! The most Beautiful Token in the space! Great Team with solid plans including Incoming DeFi Influencer Campaign & the development of Geisha AMM which we will create secure liquidity pools to serve a growing ecosystem of Defi Tokens. Join us in the Geisha Hotsprings.

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The Floki Cat has just Fair-Launched! Join our Magical Community Today! Great Team with solid plans including Incoming DeFi Influencer Campaign & the development of Catswap AMM in which we will create secure liquidity pools to serve a growing ecosystem of Defi Tokens. All Aboard The Hype-Train!

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The Floki Cat has just Fair-Launched! Join our Magical Community Today! Great Team with solid plans including Incoming DeFi Influencer Campaign & the development of Catswap AMM in which we will create secure liquidity pools to serve a growing ecosystem of Defi Tokens. All Aboard The Hype-Train!

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Floki Cat Just Launched & coming to work his Magic Mischief on the DeFi Markets to trigger the next Bullrun! Join our Magical Community Today! Great Team with solid plans including Huge Incoming Influencer Campaign & Catswap AMM in which we will create secure liquidity pools Lets Blast Off!

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The Floki Cat has just Fair-Launched! Join our Magical Community Today! Great Team with solid plans including Incoming DeFi Influencer Campaign & the development of Catswap AMM in which we will create secure liquidity pools to serve a growing ecosystem of Defi Tokens. All Aboard The Hype-Train!

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Twoge Inu Launched 1 Minutes |By giving up 100% of token ownership to a strong and vibrant community, the liquidity pool will be permanently locked, with no “wallet blacklisting mechanism" to allow free trading and the safest

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Twoge Inu Launched 2 Minutes | TWOGE is an innovative deflationary token aiming to revolutionize Defi, building its own Twoge Blockchain, introducing a multi-chain swap (TwogeSwap) across Binance, Ethereum, Cronos and Polygon

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TLDR This is the first time Trader Joe will be deployed on a separate network. Trader Joe’s Liquidity Book AMM – a product that claims to make DEX trading more efficient – will be rolled out in the initial launch. The DEX’s native JOE will not be available on Arbitrum

Mentions:#AMM#DEX#JOE

#DEX Con-Arguments Below is an argument written by Shippior which won 3rd place in the DEX Con-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > Not friendly for beginners. The use of a Decentralized exchange (DEX) requires not only intensive knowledge of how blockchains work (in the end they do not have customer support to help you with a transaction that is stuck) to make sure that the DEX they use is indeed a real DEX and not a scam (legitimicy) but it is also required to have intensive market price knowledge to make sure that the trade is fair. > > As transactions are not performed by a central authority but are operated by the blockchain the transactions are naturally less fast in a DEX than in a Centralized exchange (CEX). > > Liquidity pools and automate market makers are two of the methods most often used by DEXs. Liquidity pools are easy to use but have to major drawbacks. > > Although liquidity pool DEX are the most widely used, they may have some drawbacks. The most common problems of liquidity pool DEXes are price slippage and front running. > > Price slippage occurs because of the AMM (Automated Market Makers) nature itself — the larger the deal, the stronger impact it has on the price. For example, if the constant product AMM is in use, every deal must keep the product xy = k constant, where x and y are quantities of two cryptocurrencies (or tokens) in the pool. So the larger is the input amount Δx, the lower is the final ratio y / x that gives an exchange price. The problem is mostly significant for large deals or small liquidity pools. > > Front running is a special type of attack in public blockchains when some participant (usually a miner) seeing an upcoming trading transaction puts his own transaction ahead (playing with a transaction fee for example), making the initial transaction less profitable or even reverted. > > With the large number of DEXs popping up the liquidity of a DEX also becomes an issue as the available liquidity will be spread out through more DEXs (scalability). This can result in low liquidity in a DEX which will result in worse trades for the user. This is not an issue for a CEX as they have the availability of all the funds that are located on the CEX whereas a DEX has no own funds. > > Also moving forward as a DEX is rather difficult (upgradeability). DEXs that do not have a central entity are forced to either implement governance to move forward, making the useage of a DEX even more complex, or be forced to not enhance and thereby losing their market share as CEXs and centralized DEXs improve. Or a DEX has a central identity to upgrade the platform and therefore the users lose some privacy. ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/pfos3j/rcc_cointest_general_concepts_dex_conarguments/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest Archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_DEX) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds. Since this is a con-argument, what could be a better time to promote the Skeptics Discussion thread? You can find the latest thread [here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/za4nf2/daily_general_discussion_december_2_2022_gmt0/).

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>they are both run by people, one is more transparent but You need to distinguish between upgradable smart contracts, and 'proper' immutable (unchangeable) ones. If you're using an upgradable contract, it's my understanding a poorly coded, or malicious upgrade could screw things up, and let someone drain the funds (maybe an 'evil' admin). If you're using a much safer 'immutable' contract, the contract is the contract. If it's open source (and it should be!) it means that anyone can look at the code and see if there's a "let admin key drain funds" line, and can compare the on-chain contract to verify that it matches the source code people are looking at. In those cases, contracts 'upgrades' come in the form creating a new contract at a new address, then informing users that they can withdraw their own funds and move them to the new contract (but they can't be forced to do so). Once an well written, non-scam immutable smart contract is online, it's basically a community service at that point. No one can take it down, and no one can pause trades or withdrawals from say, an AMM you're providing liquidity to.

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You don't need the team website to interact with a smart contract. The contract terms exists on-chain, and the funds are held on-chain and controlled by the contract. If the smart contract and the website goes down, the contract itself can still be addressed and interacted with from your wallet. I haven't had to do it myself, but you can find videos on youtube on how "interact with smart contract" using tools hosted on your own PC. Rug pulls *can* happen on a DEX, but it's generally much, much simpler to look at on-chain data to know "Dexy has 99.8% of DexyCoin in a private wallet, then $10,000 USD and paired with 0.2% of the total supply in the AMM for trading" than it is to peer into the inner workings of a private entity that essentially uses Excel to keep track of 'user A sold .15 BTC and bought 0.03 ETH' up til the point where you want to withdraw.

You know what's really weird is that burnt or locked USDT is basically a donation to Tether. Like when people lock USDT in AMMs to make their shitcoin look better, imagine the AMM is fully saturated with 100% of the shitcoin in existence, it's still gonna have some USDT in it which can never be reclaimed.

Mentions:#USDT#AMM

Has OP heard of AMM?

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Does Nano have tokenized assets like USDC and other fiat currencies facilitating money transfer over borders? Does it have a built in dex on chain, with fiat on and off ramps? Does it have AMM liquidity pools and liquidity farming on chain? Is it working on releasing smart contracts in the next 6 months?

Mentions:#USDC#AMM

The XLS 30 AMM amendment upgrade is live on testnet since yesterday. Given the climate you'd think single sided self sovereign liquidity pools would have people talking about XRP. XRPL

Mentions:#XLS#AMM#XRP

XLS 30 AMM amendment upgrade is about to get started. It's currently live on test net. You'll be able to hold XRP or any on ledger token in a single sided self sovereign liquidity pool. XRP is not just for institutions, download XUMM wallet and get a Tangem trade on the dex.

Mentions:#XLS#AMM#XRP

#DEX Con-Arguments Below is an argument written by Shippior which won 3rd place in the DEX Con-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > Not friendly for beginners. The use of a Decentralized exchange (DEX) requires not only intensive knowledge of how blockchains work (in the end they do not have customer support to help you with a transaction that is stuck) to make sure that the DEX they use is indeed a real DEX and not a scam (legitimicy) but it is also required to have intensive market price knowledge to make sure that the trade is fair. > > As transactions are not performed by a central authority but are operated by the blockchain the transactions are naturally less fast in a DEX than in a Centralized exchange (CEX). > > Liquidity pools and automate market makers are two of the methods most often used by DEXs. Liquidity pools are easy to use but have to major drawbacks. > > Although liquidity pool DEX are the most widely used, they may have some drawbacks. The most common problems of liquidity pool DEXes are price slippage and front running. > > Price slippage occurs because of the AMM (Automated Market Makers) nature itself — the larger the deal, the stronger impact it has on the price. For example, if the constant product AMM is in use, every deal must keep the product xy = k constant, where x and y are quantities of two cryptocurrencies (or tokens) in the pool. So the larger is the input amount Δx, the lower is the final ratio y / x that gives an exchange price. The problem is mostly significant for large deals or small liquidity pools. > > Front running is a special type of attack in public blockchains when some participant (usually a miner) seeing an upcoming trading transaction puts his own transaction ahead (playing with a transaction fee for example), making the initial transaction less profitable or even reverted. > > With the large number of DEXs popping up the liquidity of a DEX also becomes an issue as the available liquidity will be spread out through more DEXs (scalability). This can result in low liquidity in a DEX which will result in worse trades for the user. This is not an issue for a CEX as they have the availability of all the funds that are located on the CEX whereas a DEX has no own funds. > > Also moving forward as a DEX is rather difficult (upgradeability). DEXs that do not have a central entity are forced to either implement governance to move forward, making the useage of a DEX even more complex, or be forced to not enhance and thereby losing their market share as CEXs and centralized DEXs improve. Or a DEX has a central identity to upgrade the platform and therefore the users lose some privacy. ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/pfos3j/rcc_cointest_general_concepts_dex_conarguments/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_DEX) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds. Since this is a con-argument, what could be a better time to promote the Skeptics Discussion thread? You can find the latest thread [here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/z7d8jz/daily_general_discussion_november_29_2022_gmt0/).

Mentions:#DEX#CEX#AMM

>They liquidate at no fee at 120% value of the loan. No, they want to liquidate at 120%, and they may not charge the customer a fee, but you cant buy nor sell without paying blockchain fees. During a crash, you cant buy nor sell because the blockchain is saturated. If you want your transaction to go through, you then need to increase the fee to a massive amount to get your transaction happening now, and not in 20 hours, or accept a massive slippage, or both; which lead to your liquidation at 120% ending up liquidating at 50%. And that is if you found someone who wants to buy, or an AMM that still has an LP token you want. Which leads to exactly what I described; They end up with a worthless collateral they cant liquidate.

Mentions:#AMM

>This argument is ironic, because the entire reason for using the EUTxO model versus Global Accounts is to increase parallelism There's nothing ironic about the fact that decentralized interactions almost always prohibit parallelism. It's almost like cardano was designed by a non-developer that talked to a bunch of academics who don't really care about making commercially viable products and tried to replicate a legacy centralized database on a blockchain where the main point is supposed to be decentralization... Oh wait. >Because the many DEX projects currently functioning well on Cardano would suggest otherwise Perfect example of Charles lying and attracting an audience of technically illiterate people. The only DEX on Cardano for over a year was Mueliswap, and it was a 2015 style order book DEX that did like $5k in volume, so it was totally useless to anyone trying to trade a few thousand dollars worth. Sundae, Minswap, Wingriders etc are not DEXs. DEX means decentralized exchange, and none of those are decentralized or trustless. Nobody knows what their off chain code does. On no other chain are popular apps trusted, closed source. Only the Cardano community does not understand or care about decentralization to the point of using "smart contracts" where you can't read the code to verify what it does. I'm not sure if the new Mueliswap AMM is decentralized or not, but last I checked all of them use code that you must trust and cannot verify and use off chain batchers that can turn off the contract. Cardano is a rug pullers dream. The cardano community has been taught to accept centralized smart contracts, because without a global state on chain, it is much easier for dapps to go off chain and create their own global state, and then push the results back on chain. >not to mention ERGO which also uses EUTxO. Ergo does not use Plutus. They have their own non-deterministic version of utxo that creates a global state so every dapp developer doesn't have to redundantly waste tremendous resources creating their own low security ad hoc global state. Ergo was designed after Cardano and learned from its mistakes. Ergo is what happens when a real development team takes the approach that Charles tried and doesn't make excuses or pretend their failures are not real. If you want an unbiased critique of Cardano from people who are too polite to criticize Charles, just look at everything Ergo changed about Cardano.

Mentions:#DEX#AMM

Nfts. Exchanges (I’ve been mostly using AMM). Staking. Are you expecting a development effort answer? I’ve also stood up my chain explorer and built out real time insight notifications on various on chain data for projects I follow.

Mentions:#AMM

For sure! Yes additional utility is coming. I'm looking forward to Flare being fleshed out. Songbird has helped me dip my toes into defi/liquidity pool farming and staking so that has been fun. XLS-30d will bring an AMM to the XRPL DEX. Should introduce some yield farming/liquidity pool options for XRP. There has always been a stigma with XRP and Ripple. Premine, different consensus, and working with regulators/banks instead of opposing doesn't sit well with a lot of crypto purists I suppose. I could ultimately see crypto as a replacement of fiat in the distant future, but I've always seen it as an improvement upon money for the present. I'm biased, but the lawsuit looks favorable. We shall see. Overall the XRP ecosystem looks promising though!

To trade you need to keep a considerable fraction of your funds on a CEX platform. Let's clarify first that by "trading" I mean scalping, day, swing trading. Not position/holding. That's another kind of investment and shouldn't even be named trading. When you trade on the short term (scalping, day) you need very low fees and you need an efficient order book system. It's very difficult to do this on DEX. Fees are very high compared to what CEX offers. And system is inefficient (and mostly based on AMM). So CEX are an absolute need IMHO. Plus you want to use some leverage/margin and this means that funds must sit on the exchange and you can't pull them out fast.

Mentions:#CEX#DEX#AMM

#DEX Con-Arguments Below is an argument written by Shippior which won 3rd place in the DEX Con-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > Not friendly for beginners. The use of a Decentralized exchange (DEX) requires not only intensive knowledge of how blockchains work (in the end they do not have customer support to help you with a transaction that is stuck) to make sure that the DEX they use is indeed a real DEX and not a scam (legitimicy) but it is also required to have intensive market price knowledge to make sure that the trade is fair. > > As transactions are not performed by a central authority but are operated by the blockchain the transactions are naturally less fast in a DEX than in a Centralized exchange (CEX). > > Liquidity pools and automate market makers are two of the methods most often used by DEXs. Liquidity pools are easy to use but have to major drawbacks. > > Although liquidity pool DEX are the most widely used, they may have some drawbacks. The most common problems of liquidity pool DEXes are price slippage and front running. > > Price slippage occurs because of the AMM (Automated Market Makers) nature itself — the larger the deal, the stronger impact it has on the price. For example, if the constant product AMM is in use, every deal must keep the product xy = k constant, where x and y are quantities of two cryptocurrencies (or tokens) in the pool. So the larger is the input amount Δx, the lower is the final ratio y / x that gives an exchange price. The problem is mostly significant for large deals or small liquidity pools. > > Front running is a special type of attack in public blockchains when some participant (usually a miner) seeing an upcoming trading transaction puts his own transaction ahead (playing with a transaction fee for example), making the initial transaction less profitable or even reverted. > > With the large number of DEXs popping up the liquidity of a DEX also becomes an issue as the available liquidity will be spread out through more DEXs (scalability). This can result in low liquidity in a DEX which will result in worse trades for the user. This is not an issue for a CEX as they have the availability of all the funds that are located on the CEX whereas a DEX has no own funds. > > Also moving forward as a DEX is rather difficult (upgradeability). DEXs that do not have a central entity are forced to either implement governance to move forward, making the useage of a DEX even more complex, or be forced to not enhance and thereby losing their market share as CEXs and centralized DEXs improve. Or a DEX has a central identity to upgrade the platform and therefore the users lose some privacy. ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/pfos3j/rcc_cointest_general_concepts_dex_conarguments/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_DEX) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds. Since this is a con-argument, what could be a better time to promote the Skeptics Discussion thread? You can find the latest thread [here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/z34qab/daily_general_discussion_november_24_2022_gmt0/).

Mentions:#DEX#CEX#AMM

Both ETH and BTC allow you to transfer money to anybody in the world anonymously and without exchange rates. I'd call that a huge success considering your option before was Western Union. Ever use one of those? Not to mention all of the new forms of investments any average Joe can partake in like staking, AMM, dual investments, etc. Which are continuously providing higher returns than the average savings account while being just as easy to remove your funds from. Digital ownership with NFTs, transparent transactions and activity, better security... I'd say crypto has done a lot of good so far despite all the scams and will continue to revolutionize the way we deal with money.

Mentions:#ETH#BTC#AMM

It’s FTX all over again. Give them 6 months. Poof of reserve is bullshit. They can still run with peoples money. The proof of reserve just lets you know how much they can run away with. P2P with an AMM on dex is the best solution.

Mentions:#FTX#AMM

This only applies to AMM DEXs, but there are also non-AMM DEXs, with a real orderbook, just like on a CEX. AtomicDEX is one of those.

Mentions:#AMM#CEX

#DEX Con-Arguments Below is an argument written by Shippior which won 3rd place in the DEX Con-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > Not friendly for beginners. The use of a Decentralized exchange (DEX) requires not only intensive knowledge of how blockchains work (in the end they do not have customer support to help you with a transaction that is stuck) to make sure that the DEX they use is indeed a real DEX and not a scam (legitimicy) but it is also required to have intensive market price knowledge to make sure that the trade is fair. > > As transactions are not performed by a central authority but are operated by the blockchain the transactions are naturally less fast in a DEX than in a Centralized exchange (CEX). > > Liquidity pools and automate market makers are two of the methods most often used by DEXs. Liquidity pools are easy to use but have to major drawbacks. > > Although liquidity pool DEX are the most widely used, they may have some drawbacks. The most common problems of liquidity pool DEXes are price slippage and front running. > > Price slippage occurs because of the AMM (Automated Market Makers) nature itself — the larger the deal, the stronger impact it has on the price. For example, if the constant product AMM is in use, every deal must keep the product xy = k constant, where x and y are quantities of two cryptocurrencies (or tokens) in the pool. So the larger is the input amount Δx, the lower is the final ratio y / x that gives an exchange price. The problem is mostly significant for large deals or small liquidity pools. > > Front running is a special type of attack in public blockchains when some participant (usually a miner) seeing an upcoming trading transaction puts his own transaction ahead (playing with a transaction fee for example), making the initial transaction less profitable or even reverted. > > With the large number of DEXs popping up the liquidity of a DEX also becomes an issue as the available liquidity will be spread out through more DEXs (scalability). This can result in low liquidity in a DEX which will result in worse trades for the user. This is not an issue for a CEX as they have the availability of all the funds that are located on the CEX whereas a DEX has no own funds. > > Also moving forward as a DEX is rather difficult (upgradeability). DEXs that do not have a central entity are forced to either implement governance to move forward, making the useage of a DEX even more complex, or be forced to not enhance and thereby losing their market share as CEXs and centralized DEXs improve. Or a DEX has a central identity to upgrade the platform and therefore the users lose some privacy. ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/pfos3j/rcc_cointest_general_concepts_dex_conarguments/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_DEX) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds. Since this is a con-argument, what could be a better time to promote the Skeptics Discussion thread? You can find the latest thread [here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/yzpxap/daily_general_discussion_november_20_2022_gmt0/).

Mentions:#DEX#CEX#AMM

Yup, self custody. L1 and L2 wallet. Built on ethereum. The fees are very minimal. Dex has limited pairs currently but they are adding more The wallet is awesome. Social recovery. Cheap nfts if you are into that. AMM earning opportunities, rocket pool eth staking, and dual investment. Team is constantly building. I'm real happy with their product. GME marketplace runs on LR and they will probably be on boarding more.

Mentions:#AMM#GME

#DEX Con-Arguments Below is an argument written by Shippior which won 3rd place in the DEX Con-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > Not friendly for beginners. The use of a Decentralized exchange (DEX) requires not only intensive knowledge of how blockchains work (in the end they do not have customer support to help you with a transaction that is stuck) to make sure that the DEX they use is indeed a real DEX and not a scam (legitimicy) but it is also required to have intensive market price knowledge to make sure that the trade is fair. > > As transactions are not performed by a central authority but are operated by the blockchain the transactions are naturally less fast in a DEX than in a Centralized exchange (CEX). > > Liquidity pools and automate market makers are two of the methods most often used by DEXs. Liquidity pools are easy to use but have to major drawbacks. > > Although liquidity pool DEX are the most widely used, they may have some drawbacks. The most common problems of liquidity pool DEXes are price slippage and front running. > > Price slippage occurs because of the AMM (Automated Market Makers) nature itself — the larger the deal, the stronger impact it has on the price. For example, if the constant product AMM is in use, every deal must keep the product xy = k constant, where x and y are quantities of two cryptocurrencies (or tokens) in the pool. So the larger is the input amount Δx, the lower is the final ratio y / x that gives an exchange price. The problem is mostly significant for large deals or small liquidity pools. > > Front running is a special type of attack in public blockchains when some participant (usually a miner) seeing an upcoming trading transaction puts his own transaction ahead (playing with a transaction fee for example), making the initial transaction less profitable or even reverted. > > With the large number of DEXs popping up the liquidity of a DEX also becomes an issue as the available liquidity will be spread out through more DEXs (scalability). This can result in low liquidity in a DEX which will result in worse trades for the user. This is not an issue for a CEX as they have the availability of all the funds that are located on the CEX whereas a DEX has no own funds. > > Also moving forward as a DEX is rather difficult (upgradeability). DEXs that do not have a central entity are forced to either implement governance to move forward, making the useage of a DEX even more complex, or be forced to not enhance and thereby losing their market share as CEXs and centralized DEXs improve. Or a DEX has a central identity to upgrade the platform and therefore the users lose some privacy. ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/pfos3j/rcc_cointest_general_concepts_dex_conarguments/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_DEX) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds. Since this is a con-argument, what could be a better time to promote the Skeptics Discussion thread? You can find the latest thread [here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/yy5ofm/daily_general_discussion_november_18_2022_gmt0/).

Mentions:#DEX#CEX#AMM

CEX doesn't need to go - we need a trading platform. It's very unlikely that a decentralized order book platform that's adopted by millions will come to pass - it's much harder to run an order book than an AMM. CEX is fine as a fiat ramp and as a trading platform. It's when people use it for holding that it can be problematic.

Mentions:#CEX#AMM

Many positive aspects to CBDCs. There are 200+ implementations of CBDC's being developed. The biggest fear is they're used to re-create the current financial system. If CBDCs are implemented along side cryptocurrency networks then they'll have to compete. CBDCs would allow for a financial system that doesn't have central counterparties that facilitate the interbank markets. You could have AMM between different currencies. It would allow the FED to offer retail financial services direct to people. The commercial banks do not like this idea because it will allow the FED to encroach on the services private capital provides. We could have publicly available financing competing against the private banking system that's traditionally representing a small amount of the population.

Mentions:#AMM

You have to prioritize privacy as a DEX will prioritize trading. If you (atomic) swap from anything into XMR, and back, your coins are now private. There's also Aztec and Zkmoney on Ethereum that shields your history using ZK (might be beta still) afterwards you can take your private ETH to any of its DEXs. If you want control in the market you have Aave, Compound, and MakerDAO, that enables you to essentially hedge yourself from any risk or go long/short on any asset. If you want a basic CEX replacement I'd recommend GMX on Arbitrum (and the hop.exchange or orbiter.finance bridge to get there) for leverage and perpetuals, and DopeX for options trading and synthetics. If you only need to swap one token for another there's the Uniswap and Sushiswap AMM's. GMX is my favourite because it's absolutely polished. Allows me to set 30x leverage and a stop loss $0.01 from the market price for around 5c in gas in 3 seconds of time, which is my favourite way to trade lately. They pull market prices by averaging every Oracle, then process transactions via timestamps to disable frontrunning. No DEX will have KYC. If you see that, it's a scam, because you can interact with a DEX via code at the blockchain level (so will exist another frontend without KYC). My cold storage is an old computer that I've disconnected from the internet on an Exodus wallet, backed up on an old mobile also disconnected from the internet. I use Zerion on my phone and MetaMask on my computer, but likely to add Zerion to my computer as they've been killing it in features lately, both tied to a physical wallet so I have to click a real button any time I sign my transactions.

XRP had the first Dex ever created and it's still the best. Tangem hardware card + Xumm non custodial wallet trade + fiat on ramp directly into wallet. Trade a real time Dex with almost no fees. You could always hold everything in the space if you trust the gateways that issue the iou. Soon XLS 30 AMM upgrade will go live and you'll be able to hold everything trustlessly.

Mentions:#XRP#XLS#AMM

#DEX Con-Arguments Below is an argument written by Shippior which won 3rd place in the DEX Con-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > Not friendly for beginners. The use of a Decentralized exchange (DEX) requires not only intensive knowledge of how blockchains work (in the end they do not have customer support to help you with a transaction that is stuck) to make sure that the DEX they use is indeed a real DEX and not a scam (legitimicy) but it is also required to have intensive market price knowledge to make sure that the trade is fair. > > As transactions are not performed by a central authority but are operated by the blockchain the transactions are naturally less fast in a DEX than in a Centralized exchange (CEX). > > Liquidity pools and automate market makers are two of the methods most often used by DEXs. Liquidity pools are easy to use but have to major drawbacks. > > Although liquidity pool DEX are the most widely used, they may have some drawbacks. The most common problems of liquidity pool DEXes are price slippage and front running. > > Price slippage occurs because of the AMM (Automated Market Makers) nature itself — the larger the deal, the stronger impact it has on the price. For example, if the constant product AMM is in use, every deal must keep the product xy = k constant, where x and y are quantities of two cryptocurrencies (or tokens) in the pool. So the larger is the input amount Δx, the lower is the final ratio y / x that gives an exchange price. The problem is mostly significant for large deals or small liquidity pools. > > Front running is a special type of attack in public blockchains when some participant (usually a miner) seeing an upcoming trading transaction puts his own transaction ahead (playing with a transaction fee for example), making the initial transaction less profitable or even reverted. > > With the large number of DEXs popping up the liquidity of a DEX also becomes an issue as the available liquidity will be spread out through more DEXs (scalability). This can result in low liquidity in a DEX which will result in worse trades for the user. This is not an issue for a CEX as they have the availability of all the funds that are located on the CEX whereas a DEX has no own funds. > > Also moving forward as a DEX is rather difficult (upgradeability). DEXs that do not have a central entity are forced to either implement governance to move forward, making the useage of a DEX even more complex, or be forced to not enhance and thereby losing their market share as CEXs and centralized DEXs improve. Or a DEX has a central identity to upgrade the platform and therefore the users lose some privacy. ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/pfos3j/rcc_cointest_general_concepts_dex_conarguments/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_DEX) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds. Since this is a con-argument, what could be a better time to promote the Skeptics Discussion thread? You can find the latest thread [here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/yvgyke/daily_general_discussion_november_15_2022_gmt0/).

Mentions:#DEX#CEX#AMM

#DEX Con-Arguments Below is an argument written by Shippior which won 3rd place in the DEX Con-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > Not friendly for beginners. The use of a Decentralized exchange (DEX) requires not only intensive knowledge of how blockchains work (in the end they do not have customer support to help you with a transaction that is stuck) to make sure that the DEX they use is indeed a real DEX and not a scam (legitimicy) but it is also required to have intensive market price knowledge to make sure that the trade is fair. > > As transactions are not performed by a central authority but are operated by the blockchain the transactions are naturally less fast in a DEX than in a Centralized exchange (CEX). > > Liquidity pools and automate market makers are two of the methods most often used by DEXs. Liquidity pools are easy to use but have to major drawbacks. > > Although liquidity pool DEX are the most widely used, they may have some drawbacks. The most common problems of liquidity pool DEXes are price slippage and front running. > > Price slippage occurs because of the AMM (Automated Market Makers) nature itself — the larger the deal, the stronger impact it has on the price. For example, if the constant product AMM is in use, every deal must keep the product xy = k constant, where x and y are quantities of two cryptocurrencies (or tokens) in the pool. So the larger is the input amount Δx, the lower is the final ratio y / x that gives an exchange price. The problem is mostly significant for large deals or small liquidity pools. > > Front running is a special type of attack in public blockchains when some participant (usually a miner) seeing an upcoming trading transaction puts his own transaction ahead (playing with a transaction fee for example), making the initial transaction less profitable or even reverted. > > With the large number of DEXs popping up the liquidity of a DEX also becomes an issue as the available liquidity will be spread out through more DEXs (scalability). This can result in low liquidity in a DEX which will result in worse trades for the user. This is not an issue for a CEX as they have the availability of all the funds that are located on the CEX whereas a DEX has no own funds. > > Also moving forward as a DEX is rather difficult (upgradeability). DEXs that do not have a central entity are forced to either implement governance to move forward, making the useage of a DEX even more complex, or be forced to not enhance and thereby losing their market share as CEXs and centralized DEXs improve. Or a DEX has a central identity to upgrade the platform and therefore the users lose some privacy. ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/pfos3j/rcc_cointest_general_concepts_dex_conarguments/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_DEX) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds. Since this is a con-argument, what could be a better time to promote the Skeptics Discussion thread? You can find the latest thread [here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/yuj5a2/daily_general_discussion_november_14_2022_gmt0/).

Mentions:#DEX#CEX#AMM

We have AMM's

Mentions:#AMM

It is worth mentioning that Alameda had more FTT tokens than were supposed to be in circulation When you print a token, it should decrease the value . However by keeping it off market, the price didn't drop while new ones were being printed. P2P is the way it was supposed to be , but defi AMM is the next best thing.

Mentions:#FTT#AMM

AMM is just a market layer on the "DEX" tho. AMM doesn't function if the liquidity pools are empty, so users who provide liquidity do delegate their funds to these pools, for others to trade against.

Mentions:#AMM#DEX

Uniswap isn't a DEX. It's an AMM. It doesn't keep my funds.

Mentions:#DEX#AMM

>How many people would we have gotten onboarded if they had to go learn how to bridge tokens and use DEXes? Not many, for sure. There is absolutely no need to bridge anything just to use a DEX. You need to use a DEX that works with atomic swaps, not those single chain AMM DEXs like pancake. Take a look at AtomicDEX: https://atomicdex.io

Mentions:#DEX#AMM

#DEX Con-Arguments Below is an argument written by Shippior which won 3rd place in the DEX Con-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > Not friendly for beginners. The use of a Decentralized exchange (DEX) requires not only intensive knowledge of how blockchains work (in the end they do not have customer support to help you with a transaction that is stuck) to make sure that the DEX they use is indeed a real DEX and not a scam (legitimicy) but it is also required to have intensive market price knowledge to make sure that the trade is fair. > > As transactions are not performed by a central authority but are operated by the blockchain the transactions are naturally less fast in a DEX than in a Centralized exchange (CEX). > > Liquidity pools and automate market makers are two of the methods most often used by DEXs. Liquidity pools are easy to use but have to major drawbacks. > > Although liquidity pool DEX are the most widely used, they may have some drawbacks. The most common problems of liquidity pool DEXes are price slippage and front running. > > Price slippage occurs because of the AMM (Automated Market Makers) nature itself — the larger the deal, the stronger impact it has on the price. For example, if the constant product AMM is in use, every deal must keep the product xy = k constant, where x and y are quantities of two cryptocurrencies (or tokens) in the pool. So the larger is the input amount Δx, the lower is the final ratio y / x that gives an exchange price. The problem is mostly significant for large deals or small liquidity pools. > > Front running is a special type of attack in public blockchains when some participant (usually a miner) seeing an upcoming trading transaction puts his own transaction ahead (playing with a transaction fee for example), making the initial transaction less profitable or even reverted. > > With the large number of DEXs popping up the liquidity of a DEX also becomes an issue as the available liquidity will be spread out through more DEXs (scalability). This can result in low liquidity in a DEX which will result in worse trades for the user. This is not an issue for a CEX as they have the availability of all the funds that are located on the CEX whereas a DEX has no own funds. > > Also moving forward as a DEX is rather difficult (upgradeability). DEXs that do not have a central entity are forced to either implement governance to move forward, making the useage of a DEX even more complex, or be forced to not enhance and thereby losing their market share as CEXs and centralized DEXs improve. Or a DEX has a central identity to upgrade the platform and therefore the users lose some privacy. ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/pfos3j/rcc_cointest_general_concepts_dex_conarguments/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_DEX) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds. Since this is a con-argument, what could be a better time to promote the Skeptics Discussion thread? You can find the latest thread [here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/ytmecs/daily_general_discussion_november_13_2022_gmt0/).

Mentions:#DEX#CEX#AMM

#DEX Con-Arguments Below is an argument written by Shippior which won 3rd place in the DEX Con-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > Not friendly for beginners. The use of a Decentralized exchange (DEX) requires not only intensive knowledge of how blockchains work (in the end they do not have customer support to help you with a transaction that is stuck) to make sure that the DEX they use is indeed a real DEX and not a scam (legitimicy) but it is also required to have intensive market price knowledge to make sure that the trade is fair. > > As transactions are not performed by a central authority but are operated by the blockchain the transactions are naturally less fast in a DEX than in a Centralized exchange (CEX). > > Liquidity pools and automate market makers are two of the methods most often used by DEXs. Liquidity pools are easy to use but have to major drawbacks. > > Although liquidity pool DEX are the most widely used, they may have some drawbacks. The most common problems of liquidity pool DEXes are price slippage and front running. > > Price slippage occurs because of the AMM (Automated Market Makers) nature itself — the larger the deal, the stronger impact it has on the price. For example, if the constant product AMM is in use, every deal must keep the product xy = k constant, where x and y are quantities of two cryptocurrencies (or tokens) in the pool. So the larger is the input amount Δx, the lower is the final ratio y / x that gives an exchange price. The problem is mostly significant for large deals or small liquidity pools. > > Front running is a special type of attack in public blockchains when some participant (usually a miner) seeing an upcoming trading transaction puts his own transaction ahead (playing with a transaction fee for example), making the initial transaction less profitable or even reverted. > > With the large number of DEXs popping up the liquidity of a DEX also becomes an issue as the available liquidity will be spread out through more DEXs (scalability). This can result in low liquidity in a DEX which will result in worse trades for the user. This is not an issue for a CEX as they have the availability of all the funds that are located on the CEX whereas a DEX has no own funds. > > Also moving forward as a DEX is rather difficult (upgradeability). DEXs that do not have a central entity are forced to either implement governance to move forward, making the useage of a DEX even more complex, or be forced to not enhance and thereby losing their market share as CEXs and centralized DEXs improve. Or a DEX has a central identity to upgrade the platform and therefore the users lose some privacy. ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/pfos3j/rcc_cointest_general_concepts_dex_conarguments/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_DEX) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds. Since this is a con-argument, what could be a better time to promote the Skeptics Discussion thread? You can find the latest thread [here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/ysr8p8/daily_general_discussion_november_12_2022_gmt0/).

Mentions:#DEX#CEX#AMM

Loopring self custody dex and others like it will be the way. Their wallet is great and the coins are yours. Even if LR fails you can withdraw to L1 ethereum through the escape hatch contract Hard to fail when the liquidity is provided by AMM through users who willingly take the risk vs reward though

Mentions:#AMM

> where's the AMM AMM model is the most insecure and the worst way to do it. $10.5 billion hacked in 2021, 1 million failed transactions on ethereum every month which users lose fees on. You seem to be arguing for this like it's proven tech. It's proven to be insecure tech which can never be widely adopted except for speculation due to massive vulnerabilities. Look into how TARO implements asset protocols for truly decentralized stablecoins.

Mentions:#AMM#TARO

Soo.. where's the AMM on Taro/RGB? Where's the composable contracts? It's also funny when bitcoiners mention drivechains, etc contained in BIPs that will never see the day in Bitcoin Core.

Mentions:#AMM

For now : * Governance & tipping: Moons * Gas fees (tipping): ETH * AMM: Moons + ETH @ SushiSwap

Mentions:#ETH#AMM

LoopringWallet Layer2 or GameStopWallet built on Ethereum is the way. Decentralized AMM on Layer2 and truly own your crypto.

Mentions:#AMM

#DEX Con-Arguments Below is an argument written by Shippior which won 3rd place in the DEX Con-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > Not friendly for beginners. The use of a Decentralized exchange (DEX) requires not only intensive knowledge of how blockchains work (in the end they do not have customer support to help you with a transaction that is stuck) to make sure that the DEX they use is indeed a real DEX and not a scam (legitimicy) but it is also required to have intensive market price knowledge to make sure that the trade is fair. > > As transactions are not performed by a central authority but are operated by the blockchain the transactions are naturally less fast in a DEX than in a Centralized exchange (CEX). > > Liquidity pools and automate market makers are two of the methods most often used by DEXs. Liquidity pools are easy to use but have to major drawbacks. > > Although liquidity pool DEX are the most widely used, they may have some drawbacks. The most common problems of liquidity pool DEXes are price slippage and front running. > > Price slippage occurs because of the AMM (Automated Market Makers) nature itself — the larger the deal, the stronger impact it has on the price. For example, if the constant product AMM is in use, every deal must keep the product xy = k constant, where x and y are quantities of two cryptocurrencies (or tokens) in the pool. So the larger is the input amount Δx, the lower is the final ratio y / x that gives an exchange price. The problem is mostly significant for large deals or small liquidity pools. > > Front running is a special type of attack in public blockchains when some participant (usually a miner) seeing an upcoming trading transaction puts his own transaction ahead (playing with a transaction fee for example), making the initial transaction less profitable or even reverted. > > With the large number of DEXs popping up the liquidity of a DEX also becomes an issue as the available liquidity will be spread out through more DEXs (scalability). This can result in low liquidity in a DEX which will result in worse trades for the user. This is not an issue for a CEX as they have the availability of all the funds that are located on the CEX whereas a DEX has no own funds. > > Also moving forward as a DEX is rather difficult (upgradeability). DEXs that do not have a central entity are forced to either implement governance to move forward, making the useage of a DEX even more complex, or be forced to not enhance and thereby losing their market share as CEXs and centralized DEXs improve. Or a DEX has a central identity to upgrade the platform and therefore the users lose some privacy. ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/pfos3j/rcc_cointest_general_concepts_dex_conarguments/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_DEX) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds. Since this is a con-argument, what could be a better time to promote the Skeptics Discussion thread? You can find the latest thread [here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/yq2tow/daily_general_discussion_november_9_2022_gmt0/).

Mentions:#DEX#CEX#AMM

With price discovery significantly impacted by AMM, Moons move with ETH for the most part.

Mentions:#AMM#ETH

#DEX Con-Arguments Below is an argument written by Shippior which won 3rd place in the DEX Con-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > Not friendly for beginners. The use of a Decentralized exchange (DEX) requires not only intensive knowledge of how blockchains work (in the end they do not have customer support to help you with a transaction that is stuck) to make sure that the DEX they use is indeed a real DEX and not a scam (legitimicy) but it is also required to have intensive market price knowledge to make sure that the trade is fair. > > As transactions are not performed by a central authority but are operated by the blockchain the transactions are naturally less fast in a DEX than in a Centralized exchange (CEX). > > Liquidity pools and automate market makers are two of the methods most often used by DEXs. Liquidity pools are easy to use but have to major drawbacks. > > Although liquidity pool DEX are the most widely used, they may have some drawbacks. The most common problems of liquidity pool DEXes are price slippage and front running. > > Price slippage occurs because of the AMM (Automated Market Makers) nature itself — the larger the deal, the stronger impact it has on the price. For example, if the constant product AMM is in use, every deal must keep the product xy = k constant, where x and y are quantities of two cryptocurrencies (or tokens) in the pool. So the larger is the input amount Δx, the lower is the final ratio y / x that gives an exchange price. The problem is mostly significant for large deals or small liquidity pools. > > Front running is a special type of attack in public blockchains when some participant (usually a miner) seeing an upcoming trading transaction puts his own transaction ahead (playing with a transaction fee for example), making the initial transaction less profitable or even reverted. > > With the large number of DEXs popping up the liquidity of a DEX also becomes an issue as the available liquidity will be spread out through more DEXs (scalability). This can result in low liquidity in a DEX which will result in worse trades for the user. This is not an issue for a CEX as they have the availability of all the funds that are located on the CEX whereas a DEX has no own funds. > > Also moving forward as a DEX is rather difficult (upgradeability). DEXs that do not have a central entity are forced to either implement governance to move forward, making the useage of a DEX even more complex, or be forced to not enhance and thereby losing their market share as CEXs and centralized DEXs improve. Or a DEX has a central identity to upgrade the platform and therefore the users lose some privacy. ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/pfos3j/rcc_cointest_general_concepts_dex_conarguments/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_DEX) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds. Since this is a con-argument, what could be a better time to promote the Skeptics Discussion thread? You can find the latest thread [here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/yp5bfb/daily_general_discussion_november_8_2022_gmt0/).

Mentions:#DEX#CEX#AMM

Because Algorand has the technology to back itself up and continues to innovate. Questionable early tokenomics? Sure there might be some valid criticism here (I don't know enough to really comment on it). The research team/cryptographers we have, however, are undeniable. Algorand really shines in terms of L1 performance and user experience. When you look at valuable metrics, such as AMM-swaps/second, Algorand clearly comes out ahead against most established chains.

Mentions:#AMM

Constant product Automated market markers (AMM) are coded in such a way that the financial value of the two assets in the Liquidity pool is always balanced at a 50:50 ratio. Let's consider two assets, A and B. Let a single unit of each have a fiscal value of 1 and the LP (called Z) have 10 A and 10B. The constant product equation is, A*B = k (constant). In the current scenario, the value of LP (Z) = 10*10 = 100. The AMM SC will ensure that the value of Z is always 100. Now, if you are looking to swap 1 unit of A for B, you would give the Smart Contract 1 unit of asset A. The LP would have 11 units of asset A. The SC would use the constant product equation to work out how much of B it needs to retain in order to maintain the constant product. This works out as, B = 100/11= 9.0909090909090. The amount of B you would receive for 1 unit of A is 10 - 9.0909090909090 = 0.9090909090909 A convenient way of visualising Impermanent Loss is to think of the better performing asset getting swapped into the worse performing asset in order to maintain the integrity of the constant product equation.

Mentions:#AMM#SC

Reddit doesn’t provide Layer2 storage of assets. Used a side chain. Inherently less secure. LoopRing has the DEX AMM patent for Layer2 and this is what GameStop Marketplace is built upon. Immutable X on Friday announced they are providing their royalty technology to the rest of the Ethereum ecosystem. [Immutable X Enforced Royalties](https://nftevening.com/immutable-enforces-nft-royalty-fees-on-ethereum-to-support-creators/) No mention of that in this article???

Mentions:#DEX#AMM

Really!? Is there another network that has NFTs natively not requiring smart contracts. About to have hooks and federated sidechains. The AMM will be introduced with XLS 30.

Mentions:#AMM#XLS

#DEX Con-Arguments Below is an argument written by Shippior which won 3rd place in the DEX Con-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > Not friendly for beginners. The use of a Decentralized exchange (DEX) requires not only intensive knowledge of how blockchains work (in the end they do not have customer support to help you with a transaction that is stuck) to make sure that the DEX they use is indeed a real DEX and not a scam (legitimicy) but it is also required to have intensive market price knowledge to make sure that the trade is fair. > > As transactions are not performed by a central authority but are operated by the blockchain the transactions are naturally less fast in a DEX than in a Centralized exchange (CEX). > > Liquidity pools and automate market makers are two of the methods most often used by DEXs. Liquidity pools are easy to use but have to major drawbacks. > > Although liquidity pool DEX are the most widely used, they may have some drawbacks. The most common problems of liquidity pool DEXes are price slippage and front running. > > Price slippage occurs because of the AMM (Automated Market Makers) nature itself — the larger the deal, the stronger impact it has on the price. For example, if the constant product AMM is in use, every deal must keep the product xy = k constant, where x and y are quantities of two cryptocurrencies (or tokens) in the pool. So the larger is the input amount Δx, the lower is the final ratio y / x that gives an exchange price. The problem is mostly significant for large deals or small liquidity pools. > > Front running is a special type of attack in public blockchains when some participant (usually a miner) seeing an upcoming trading transaction puts his own transaction ahead (playing with a transaction fee for example), making the initial transaction less profitable or even reverted. > > With the large number of DEXs popping up the liquidity of a DEX also becomes an issue as the available liquidity will be spread out through more DEXs (scalability). This can result in low liquidity in a DEX which will result in worse trades for the user. This is not an issue for a CEX as they have the availability of all the funds that are located on the CEX whereas a DEX has no own funds. > > Also moving forward as a DEX is rather difficult (upgradeability). DEXs that do not have a central entity are forced to either implement governance to move forward, making the useage of a DEX even more complex, or be forced to not enhance and thereby losing their market share as CEXs and centralized DEXs improve. Or a DEX has a central identity to upgrade the platform and therefore the users lose some privacy. ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/pfos3j/rcc_cointest_general_concepts_dex_conarguments/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_DEX) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds. Since this is a con-argument, what could be a better time to promote the Skeptics Discussion thread? You can find the latest thread [here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/ynawzl/daily_general_discussion_november_6_2022_gmt0/).

Mentions:#DEX#CEX#AMM

My favourite POS cryptocurrencies are ATOM, EVMOS, JUNO, NGM and OSMO. These are Cosmos based projects offering real utilities. ATOM enables sovereign chains to communicate with each other, EVMOS is a bridge between Ethereum and Cosmos, JUNO is an interoperable smart contract platform, NGM is a stablecoins payment platform while OSMO is an interchain AMM.

Not nonsensical, Tier 2 commercial banks would be made obsolete by the implementation of CBDCs. There is no need for central counterparties to facilitate markets with private capital when you create CBDC that support AMM. That's why they want wholesale CBDC to continue the total control they have over the banking and finance industry.

Mentions:#AMM

I suppose DEXs with their AMM might provide lower fees, but they are not exactly beginner-friendly. There will be some trade-off between paying less by doing more by yourself vs paying more for services. Right now the entry of TradFi will be more of a competition to CEXs. And hopefully with more competition, fees & spreads will go even smaller as they fight for market share.

Mentions:#AMM

#DEX Con-Arguments Below is an argument written by Shippior which won 3rd place in the DEX Con-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > Not friendly for beginners. The use of a Decentralized exchange (DEX) requires not only intensive knowledge of how blockchains work (in the end they do not have customer support to help you with a transaction that is stuck) to make sure that the DEX they use is indeed a real DEX and not a scam (legitimicy) but it is also required to have intensive market price knowledge to make sure that the trade is fair. > > As transactions are not performed by a central authority but are operated by the blockchain the transactions are naturally less fast in a DEX than in a Centralized exchange (CEX). > > Liquidity pools and automate market makers are two of the methods most often used by DEXs. Liquidity pools are easy to use but have to major drawbacks. > > Although liquidity pool DEX are the most widely used, they may have some drawbacks. The most common problems of liquidity pool DEXes are price slippage and front running. > > Price slippage occurs because of the AMM (Automated Market Makers) nature itself — the larger the deal, the stronger impact it has on the price. For example, if the constant product AMM is in use, every deal must keep the product xy = k constant, where x and y are quantities of two cryptocurrencies (or tokens) in the pool. So the larger is the input amount Δx, the lower is the final ratio y / x that gives an exchange price. The problem is mostly significant for large deals or small liquidity pools. > > Front running is a special type of attack in public blockchains when some participant (usually a miner) seeing an upcoming trading transaction puts his own transaction ahead (playing with a transaction fee for example), making the initial transaction less profitable or even reverted. > > With the large number of DEXs popping up the liquidity of a DEX also becomes an issue as the available liquidity will be spread out through more DEXs (scalability). This can result in low liquidity in a DEX which will result in worse trades for the user. This is not an issue for a CEX as they have the availability of all the funds that are located on the CEX whereas a DEX has no own funds. > > Also moving forward as a DEX is rather difficult (upgradeability). DEXs that do not have a central entity are forced to either implement governance to move forward, making the useage of a DEX even more complex, or be forced to not enhance and thereby losing their market share as CEXs and centralized DEXs improve. Or a DEX has a central identity to upgrade the platform and therefore the users lose some privacy. ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/pfos3j/rcc_cointest_general_concepts_dex_conarguments/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_DEX) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds. Since this is a con-argument, what could be a better time to promote the Skeptics Discussion thread? You can find the latest thread [here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/ykmhcv/daily_general_discussion_november_3_2022_gmt0/).

Mentions:#DEX#CEX#AMM

AMM pools have never failed me. Currently earning $2.50 a day on average, which might not seem like much, but far better than the .03 cents i earned from from my Bank of America savings account after a YEAR.

Mentions:#AMM#YEAR

ADOGE on Arbitrum https://www.arbidoge.net/ Arbitrum Dogecoin, first meme coin on Arbitrum $1.5m mcap VELO on Optimism https://app.velodrome.finance/ Essentially a low-slip Curve style AMM POOL - PoolTogether https://pooltogether.com/ Open source pooled savings account/lottery with twice weekly draws HTR - HATHOR Network https://hathor.network/ DAG blockchain bitcoin merge mining, implementing Nano smart contracts

>After months of research in 2022, the [ShadeSwap stableswap whitepaper](https://blog.shadeprotocol.io/shadeswap-stableswap-for-cosmo/) is officially released - unveiling a novel asymmetric AMM curve known as SilkSwap. This research empowers Shade Protocol to launch ShadeSwap: a privacy-preserving DEX built with IBC compatibility, powered by Secret Network.

Mentions:#AMM#DEX

They’re a different construct. Hop or Connect are liquidity bridges. Think of them like an AMM or decentralised exchange that works across chains. This is different to the polygon bridge which actually moves assets.

Mentions:#AMM

Whats people's thoughts on AMM defi? Quick buck? I'm on 3.8% daily return atm but taken initial investment and taking weekly dividends from interest until it goes pop.

Mentions:#AMM

Constant product Automated market markers (AMM) like Tinyman are coded in such a way that the financial value of the two assets in the Liquidity pool is always balanced at a 50:50 ratio. Let's consider two assets, A and B. Let a single unit of each have a fiscal value of 1 and the LP (called Z) have 10 A and 10B. The constant product equation is, A*B = k (constant). In the current scenario, the value of LP Z = 10*10 = 100. The Tinyman SC will ensure that the value of Z is always 100. Now, if you are looking to swap 1 unit of A for B, you would give the Smart Contract 1 unit of asset A. The LP would have 11 units of asset A. The SC would use the constant product equation to work out how much of B it needs to retain in order to maintain the constant product. This works out as, B = 100/11= 9.0909090909090. The amount of B you would receive for 1 unit of A is 10 - 9.0909090909090 = 0.9090909090909 A convenient way of visualising Immpermanent Loss is to think of the better performing asset getting swapped into the worse performing asset in order to maintain the integrity of the constant product equation.

Mentions:#AMM#SC

New tech will always pump far further than old tech, what old proven tech has is sustainability and less volatility, as always, allocating part of your portfolio on both to hedge is usually the way to go. I personally think some L2s and DeFi Tokens are particularly saucy to hold because they've proven they can conduct business in a sustainable way (Aave, Maker, Uniswap, Curve, Balancer, etc), and they'll probably be the ones to suck the most liquidity out of the next bullrun since they'll be tried and tested by then unless a hack or something like that shits the bed. And keeping cash in hand while keeping up with the current developements it's key to catch the next big thing, though choosing those is less consistent as it's gonna be a solution that doesn't exist to a problem we already have, so that demands deep knowledge of DeFi cashflow, tokenomics, AMM tech, and Money Markets.

Mentions:#AMM

Its a AMM DEX that uses the cosmos SDK. You can also earn additional airdrops along with your staked atom for airdrop snapshots. I stake and use LP (atom / osmo) a little bit there

Mentions:#AMM#DEX

An entirely new world awaits you. Uniswap is the OG AMM, they provide great documentation to learn about AMM DEXs and how they work, risks and potential benefits of providing liquidity to such AMMs. AAVE for lending/borrowing markets. After making some transactions search your address on etherscan/polyscan and learn how to read the EVM explorers. If you are feeling frisky take a peek at the code of some of the smart contracts you are interacting with and look at the various functions that allow you to interact with the smart contract directly. &#x200B; Its very interesting stuff but I can defo see how people can get overwelmed/don't care and feel safer keeping their coin on a CEX.

️✍️Shika Token - Web3 ecosystem built on BNBChain. Shika Token is an AMM DEX (Automated Market Maker) and decentralized farming protocol. 🗒Contract:👇🏻 0x9689eD8698eFbaF6f7B9b42218E47d2dEDC134Eb 🥞 Listing Pancakeswap 🤩 Ⓜ️🦎CMC & Coingecko Already Listed ✅ JOIN OFFICIAL TELEGRAM CHANNEL AND COMMUNITY @ShikaToken_CM @ShikaToken_ANN #SHIKA #SHIKATOKEN

️✍️Shika Token - Web3 ecosystem built on BNBChain. Shika Token is an AMM DEX (Automated Market Maker) and decentralized farming protocol. 🗒Contract:👇🏻 0x9689eD8698eFbaF6f7B9b42218E47d2dEDC134Eb 🥞 Listing Pancakeswap 🤩 Ⓜ️🦎CMC & Coingecko Already Listed ✅ JOIN OFFICIAL TELEGRAM CHANNEL AND COMMUNITY @ShikaToken_CM @ShikaToken_ANN #SHIKA #SHIKATOKEN

️✍️Shika Token - Web3 ecosystem built on BNBChain. Shika Token is an AMM DEX (Automated Market Maker) and decentralized farming protocol. 🗒Contract:👇🏻 0x9689eD8698eFbaF6f7B9b42218E47d2dEDC134Eb 🥞 Listing Pancakeswap 🤩 Ⓜ️🦎CMC & Coingecko Already Listed ✅ JOIN OFFICIAL TELEGRAM CHANNEL AND COMMUNITY @ShikaToken_CM @ShikaToken_ANN #SHIKA #SHIKATOKEN

️✍️Shika Token - Web3 ecosystem built on BNBChain. Shika Token is an AMM DEX (Automated Market Maker) and decentralized farming protocol. 🗒Contract:👇🏻 0x9689eD8698eFbaF6f7B9b42218E47d2dEDC134Eb 🥞 Listing Pancakeswap 🤩 Ⓜ️🦎CMC & Coingecko Already Listed ✅ JOIN OFFICIAL TELEGRAM CHANNEL AND COMMUNITY @ShikaToken_CM @ShikaToken_ANN #SHIKA #SHIKATOKEN

Yeah, I forgot to mention smart contracts for multiple people. This was the last thing I read about Hydra one year ago: https://www.np.reddit.com/r/cardano/comments/s18wie/should_cardano_be_prepared_to_abandon_hydra/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=ios_app&utm_name=iossmf Where they stated AMM was not possible, so I have to check what sundaeswap did to overcome those limitations

Mentions:#AMM

For some reason Doge always seem to pump. Seems like a decent bet to buy in when it's low and just wait and see if shit is gonna happen. My own bet is on Ergo since it actually brings something unique to the table: privacy cryptography like Monero (but optional) combined with smart contracts with eUTXO like Cardano which would make an AMM with order book possible. Ergo thrived during a bear market before, i have no doubt it will do so again. Ergo was born in the bear market, molded by it. It didn't see the pump until It was already a working chain, by then it was nothing to it but blinding...

Mentions:#AMM

I know, it’s really irritating to have a truly decentralized protocol without lockup period, thousands of smart contracts, dApps like book.io, World Mobile, vibrant NFT community, upgrades without creating “Cardano Classic “ every time, upcoming UE5 metaverses, synthetic assets, AMM deFi platforms (axo & genius yield), bridges to all chains (already for Eth and Algo), decentralized identity and so many more. And all that on a 95% discount, because some mad man decided to use his expiring nukes and also because people are idiots.

Mentions:#AMM

I assume u/Binance will not answer this because that answer will be self-incriminating. This is first time I am seeing someone exercising right to remain silent on top questions of an AMM.

Mentions:#AMM

I assume u/Binance will not answer this because that answer will be self-incriminating. This is first time I am seeing someone exercising right to remain silent on top questions of an AMM.

Mentions:#AMM

️✍️Shika Token - Web3 ecosystem built on BNBChain. Shika Token is an AMM DEX (Automated Market Maker) and decentralized farming protocol. 🗒Contract:👇🏻 0x9689eD8698eFbaF6f7B9b42218E47d2dEDC134Eb 🥞 Listing Pancakeswap 🤩 Ⓜ️🦎CMC & Coingecko Already Listed ✅ JOIN OFFICIAL TELEGRAM CHANNEL AND COMMUNITY @ShikaToken_CM @ShikaToken_ANN #SHIKA #SHIKATOKEN

️✍️Shika Token - Web3 ecosystem built on BNBChain. Shika Token is an AMM DEX (Automated Market Maker) and decentralized farming protocol. 🗒Contract:👇🏻 0x9689eD8698eFbaF6f7B9b42218E47d2dEDC134Eb 🥞 Listing Pancakeswap 🤩 Ⓜ️🦎CMC & Coingecko Already Listed ✅ JOIN OFFICIAL TELEGRAM CHANNEL AND COMMUNITY @ShikaToken_CM @ShikaToken_ANN #SHIKA #SHIKATOKEN

️✍️Shika Token - Web3 ecosystem built on BNBChain. Shika Token is an AMM DEX (Automated Market Maker) and decentralized farming protocol. 🗒Contract:👇🏻 0x9689eD8698eFbaF6f7B9b42218E47d2dEDC134Eb 🥞 Listing Pancakeswap 🤩 Ⓜ️🦎CMC & Coingecko Already Listed ✅ JOIN OFFICIAL TELEGRAM CHANNEL AND COMMUNITY @ShikaToken_CM @ShikaToken_ANN #SHIKA #SHIKATOKEN

Xrp doesn't provide anything new? I'll bite. XRPL has the longest running and most liquid L1 Dex, which was the first Dex created. Ethereum doesn't have a working L1 orderbook which has caused all kinds of hacks requiring fixes like Link oracles. XRPL L1 real time orderbook + it's federated sidechains that will be accessed from L1 with hooks is safer, cheaper, faster than ETH and it's L2s. Say goodbye to all the MEVs on Ethereum they're not possible on XRPL. XLS 30 Amendment Defi AMM is on testnet. To your last point where do you think Vitalik got the ideas for smart contracts? From Stephan Thomas when he was sleeping on his couch trying to get a job at Ripple.

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