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Blue Flask | $FLASK | Solid Team KYC verified | Own Ecosystem | Dual Token mechanism | Stake & Yield Farming | Earn Passive Income | High APR % | 0% Tax fee | Powered by Labswap

Blue Flask | Own Ecosystem | Dual Token mechanism | Stake & Yield Farming | Earn Passive Income | High APR % | Solid Team KYC verified | 0% Tax fee | Powered by Labswap

Blue Flask | Very Limited Supply | Dual Token mechanism | Stake & Yield Farming | Earn Passive Income | High APR % | Solid Team KYC verified | 0% Tax fee | Powered by Labswap

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UniqueDex - the new generation of decentralize exchange/ already launched.

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Blue Flask | Own Ecosystem | Dual Token mechanism | Stake & Yield Farming | Earn Passive Income | High APR % | Solid Team KYC verified | 0% Tax fee | Powered by Labswap

Im a bear , I dont hold UST, but i dont think anyone should sell below PEG

Blue Flask | DeFi Hub | Dual Token mechanism | Stake & Yield Farming | Earn Passive Income | High APR % | Solid Team KYC verified | 0% Tax fee | Powered by Labswap

Altcoins Online (AOL) | Just Launched on Echelon | Locked Liquidity | 38% Of Supply Burned | DeFi Tool Suite Planned | $55k MC

Blue Flask | Organic Growth | Dual Token mechanism | Stake & Yield Farming | Earn Passive Income | High APR % | Solid Team KYC verified | 0% Tax fee | Powered by Labswap

Amidst the bloody bearish market, BLUESHIFT remains a bullish low cap gem

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New Technology - Automated Market Makers (AMMs) - Omnipools

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New Technology - Automated Market Makers (AMMs) - Omnipools

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Blue Flask | Solid Project | Dual Token mechanism | Stake & Yield Farming | Earn Passive Income | High APR % | Solid Team KYC verified | 0% Tax fee | Powered by Labswap

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Blue Flask | Dual Token mechanism | Stake & Yield Farming | Earn Passive Income | High APR % | Solid Team KYC verified | 0% Tax fee | Powered by Labswap

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Blue Flask | DeFi Hub | Dual Token mechanism | powered by Labswap | Stake & Yield Farming | Earn Passive Income | High APR % | Solid Team KYC verified | 0% Tax fee | $flask

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Blue Flask | SAFU | Dual Token mechanism powered by Labswap | Stake & Yield Farming | Earn Passive Income | High APR % | Solid Team KYC verified | 0% Tax fee |

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Blue Flask | $Flask | Dual Token mechanism powered by Labswap | Stake & Yield Farming | Earn Passive Income | High APR % | Solid Team KYC verified | 0% Tax fee |

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Somewhat of a noob question, but how can arbitrage on 2 DEXs not be profitable all the time?

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Here's an ELI5 of what are Impermanent Losses

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Blue Flask powered by Labswap | Dual Token mechanism | Stake & Yield Farming | Earn Passive Income | High APR % | Solid Team KYC verified | 0% Tax fee |

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Blue Flask | Solid Team | Dual Token mechanism | Stake & Yield Farming | Earn Passive Income | High APR % | KYC verified | 0% Tax fee | don’t miss out!

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MLOKY Token is a new deflationary token with auto reward generation protocol launched on Binance Smart Chain (BSC).

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

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La Floki | An NFT based crypto project | Launching On Pancakeswap In 5 Minutes | Experience Team | 100x Gem |

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La Floki | An NFT based crypto project | Launching On Pancakeswap In 15 Minutes | Experience Team | 100x Gem |

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

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Blue Flask | 5 Bnb Giveaway | Pre-Sale Buying Competition on PinkSale | Stake & Yield Farming | Earn Passive Income | High APR % | Solid Team KYC verified | 0% Tax fee | Dual Token mechanism |

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How come Loopring doesn't have a bridge?

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Corn Finance ($COB) | staking dividends paid in $matic | fair launch, no presale, no whitelist, no airdrop | Real project with a working web3 site and roadmap | Liquidity locked | Governance token and gas utility. cornfinance.exchange

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Other good Solana projects besides Stepn?

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Other good Solana projects besides Stepn?

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Other good Solana projects besides Stepn?

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You might still get an OG role for Cronus IDO. Cronus is an AMM/DEX on soon launching and hyped Evmos net, and it got all potential to be the first one there! OG's 155/350 already.

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Rebase Finance | The next TREMENDOUS Rebase token in Bnb Chain | Auto-Staking & Auto-Compounding Protocol | 300,000% yearly APY| Join our community for more info! | Redefine Your Future |

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It's a "slow rugpull"

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Blue Flask | Last 16h of Pre-Sale | Buying Competition on PinkSale | 5 Bnb Giveaway | Stake & Yield Farming | Earn Passive Income | High APR % | Solid Team KYC verified | 0% Tax fee |

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What you need to know about crypto loans

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What's going on with Cardano?

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Blue Flask | Last day of Pre-Sale | Buying Competition on PinkSale | 5 Bnb Giveaway | Stake & Yield Farming | Earn Passive Income | High APR % | Solid Team KYC verified | 0% Tax fee |

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Blue Flask | BSC | Pre-Sale Buying Competition on PinkSale | 5 Bnb Giveaway | Stake & Yield Farming | Earn Passive Income | High APR % | Solid Team KYC verified | 0% Tax fee | Dual Token mechanism |

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Decentralized on chain voting framework Accelerator Z is now live.

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AMM Project Question. Posible Scam

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Blue Flask | 5 Bnb Giveaway | Pre-Sale Buying Competition on PinkSale | Stake & Yield Farming | Earn Passive Income | High APR % | Solid Team KYC verified | 0% Tax fee | Dual Token mechanism |

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Blue Flask | Pre-Sale Buying Competition | 5 Bnb Giveaway | Stake & Yield Farming | Earn Passive Income | High APR % | Solid Team KYC verified | 0% Tax fee | Dual Token mechanism |

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5 Ways To Earn More Money From Your Crypto

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Blue Flask | Presale live on PinkSale | Stake & Yield Farming | Own Ecosystem | Earn Passive Income | High APR % | KYC verified

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Blue Flask | Presale live on PinkSale | Stake & Yield Farming | Earn Passive Income | High APR % | | KYC verified | 0% Tax fee | Dual Token mechanism | Don’t miss it!

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Labswap V2 | New Partnership | Great News | Stake & Yield Farming | Earn Passive Income | High APR % | Low Market Cap | 0,1% Slippage | 0% Tax fee | Dual Token mechanism | Presale start 15th April | Don’t miss it!

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Polkaswap (pswap)

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Dexpools P2P Trading Platform | Ethereum & Metis | Staking, Pool, Farm, Transfer | Launched on April 12

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Labswap V2 Ecosystem is expanding | New Partnership | Great News | Stake & Yield Farming | Earn Passive Income | High APR % | Low Market Cap | 0,1% Slippage | 0% Tax fee | Dual Token Presale start 15th April | Don’t miss it!

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DFX: Decentralized FX for foreign stablecoin - 13m DFX in circulation - 6.5m market cap - Doxxed team - hyper-efficient AMM - Unique bonding curve - Minimized slippage - Optimized capital - Maximal utility!

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Dexpools launches first Peer-to-Peer OTC trading platform on Ethereum and Metis (with more ERC-20 chains to follow)

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Labswap V2 | DeFi | The future is here | New Partnership | Big News | Stake & Yield Farming | Earn Passive Income | High APR % | Low Market Cap | 0,1% Slippage | 0% Tax fee | Dual Token Launching 25th April | Don’t miss it!

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Labswap V2 | DeFi | New Partnership | Big News | Stake & Yield Farming | Earn Passive Income | High APR % | Low Market Cap | 0,1% Slippage | 0% Tax fee | Dual Token Launching 25th April | Don’t miss it!

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NEWS: Coinbase has DFX under consideration for Q2! - DFX finance: Bringing foreign stable coins to the market - 13m DFX in circulation - 8m market cap - Doxxed team - hyper-efficient AMM - Unique bonding curve - Minimized slippage - Optimized capital - Maximal utility -

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Aquarius is for Stellar as Curve is for Ethereum

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Aquarius is for Stellar as Curve is for Ethereum

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Labswap V2 | New Partnership | great News | Stake & Yield Farming | Earn Passive Income | High APR % | Low Market Cap | 0,1% Slippage | 0% Tax fee | Dual Token Launching 25th April | Don’t miss it!

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Labswap V2 $LAB | New Partnership | Stake & Yield Farming | Earn Passive Income | High APR % | Low Market Cap | 0,1% Slippage | 0% Tax fee | Dual Token Launching 25th April | Don’t miss it!

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Labswap V2 | New Partnership | Stake & Yield Farming | Earn Passive Income | High APR % | Low Market Cap | 0,1% Slippage | 0% Tax fee | Dual Token Launching 25th April | Don’t miss it!

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Labswap V2 | Huge News | New Partnership | Stake & Yield Farming | Earn Passive Income | High APR % | Low Market Cap | 0,1% Slippage | 0% Tax fee | Dual Token Launching 25th April | Don’t miss it!

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Genius DEX: How Liquidity Providers can boost returns through Concentrated Liquidity

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P2P OTC Platform for Trading: The True Decentralization

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Labswap V2 | Great News| Stake & Yield Farming | Earn Passive Income | High APR % | Low Market Cap | 0,1% Slippage | 0% Tax fee | Dual Token Launching 25th April | Don’t miss it!

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Uniswap V3 Liquidity Mining: Exploring the Options : https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/xtoken

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Uniswap V3 Liquidity Mining: Exploring the Options

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Labswap V2 | $LAB | Amazing News| Stake & Yield Farming | Earn Passive Income | High APR % | Low Market Cap | 0,1% Slippage | 0% Tax fee | Dual Token Launching 25th April | Don’t miss it!

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Meercat Inu| Just launched | It's Not Too Late To Buy | 1000x Potential | Telegram Growing Get in while we moon

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Meercat Inu| Stealth launch Soon | It's Not Too Late To Buy | 1000x Potential | Telegram Growing Get in while we moon

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Labswap V2 | Big Announcement | Stake & Yield Farming | Earn Passive Income | High APR % | Low Market Cap | 0,1% Slippage | 0% Tax fee | Dual Token Launching 25th April | Don’t miss it!

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Puff is going to get us high AF!

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Labswap V2 | $LAB | Big Announcement coming Today | Own Ecosystem | Stake & Yield Farming Earn Passive Income | High APR % | Low Market Cap | 0,1% Slippage | 0% Tax fee | Organic Grow | Solid Project | Don’t miss it!

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Labswap V2 $LAB | Big Announcement Tomorrow | Stake & Yield Farming Earn Passive Income | High APR % | Low Market Cap | 0,1% Slippage | 0% Tax fee | Organic Grow | Solid Project | Don’t miss it!

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We should talk about AQUA.

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Labswap V2 | Own Ecosystem | Stake & Yield Farming | Earn Passive Income | High APR % | Low Market Cap | 0,1% Slippage | 0% Tax fee | Organic Grow | Solid Project | Don’t miss it!

DFX: Decentralized FX for foreign stablecoins - 13m DFX in circulation - 6m market cap - Doxxed team - hyper-efficient AMM - Unique bonding curve - Minimized slippage - Optimized capital - Maximal utility - Actively pursuing first DEX listing.

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Labswap V2| $LAB | Big announcements coming | Stake & Yield Farming | Earn Passive Income | High APR % | Low Market Cap | 0,1% Slippage | 0% Tax fee | Organic Grow | Solid Project | Don’t miss it!

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Labswap V2 | $LAB| Utility Token | Stake & Yield Farming | Earn Passive Income | High APR % | Low Market Cap | 0,1% Slippage | 0% Tax fee | Organic Grow | Solid Project | Don’t miss it!

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Defi 2.0 begins with Blueshift protocol on the Milkomedia network of Cardano

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Labswap V2 | Solid Team | Stake & Yield Farming |Earn Passive Income | High APR % | Low Market Cap | 0,1% Slippage | 0% Tax fee | Organic Grow | Don’t miss it!

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Labswap V2 | Solid Project | Stake & Yield Farming | Dual Token Coming |Earn Passive Income | High APR % | Low Market Cap | 0,1% Slippage | 0% Tax fee | Organic Grow | Don’t miss it!

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Labswap V2 $LAB | Own Ecosystem | Stake & Yield Farming | Dual Token Coming |Earn Passive Income | High APR % | Low Market Cap | 0,1% Slippage | 0% Tax fee | Organic Grow | Solid Project | Don’t miss it!

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Labswap V2 $LAB | Own Ecosystem | Stake & Yield Farming | Dual Token Coming |Earn Passive Income | High APR % | Low Market Cap | 0,1% Slippage | 0% Tax fee | Organic Grow | Solid Project | Don’t miss it!

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Labswap V2 $LAB | Own Ecosystem | Stake & Yield Farming | Dual Token Coming |Earn Passive Income | High APR % | Low Market Cap | 0,1% Slippage | 0% Tax fee | Organic Grow | Solid Project | Don’t miss it!

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Shinichi Inu Stealth Launched | Launch on PancakeSwap | Crypto Shinichi is released outpace Luffy today |LP Locked for 6 months |Huge Marketing Incoming! BSC Gem!

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Shinichi Inu Stealth Launched | Launch on PancakeSwap | Crypto Shinichi is released outpace Luffy today |LP Locked for 6 months |Huge Marketing Incoming! BSC Gem!

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Shinichi Inu Fair launch 1 hour ago | A meme coin | Totally unique new project on the BSC network |Crypto Shinichi is released today to outpace Luffy today| LP Locked for 6 months | Moonshot

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Shinichi Inu Stealth Launched | Launch on PancakeSwap | Crypto Shinichi is released outpace Luffy today |LP Locked for 6 months |Huge Marketing Incoming! BSC Gem!

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Monero isn't fungible because it has to be traded on AML/KYC exchanges due to the fact that it doesn't have smart contracts. 0xMR however can be traded on any DEX or AMM.

Mentions:#DEX#AMM

If you believe that tether will collapse, here’s the small suggestion for the infinite money glitch: 1. Go to any AMM you know 2. Deposit any crypto 3. Borrow USDT 4. Exchange USDT to fiat 5. Wait until the dip 6. Buy the USDT when it dips massively 7. Repay the loan 8. PROFIT!!!

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>Hell, if it might have repegged if Do Kwon even acted like he had a plan (instead of one vague announcement about using the reserve, followed by no result and radio silence). Even if the burn limit was too slow to repeg before most people panic sold LUNA, they should have been able to fix the peg behind the scenes. They didn't need to back every UST, most people didn't withdraw from Anchor for several days. All they had to do is keep the pools balanced. The fear about Luna's market cap or not having enough "BTC backing" was Do's own fault. UST was never backed by LUNA or BTC, and he shouldn't have used that language. He should have explained to people that the peg uses spot prices and AMM LPs, not market caps. Everyone panicked and are now saying this was inevitable because they don't understand how little money is actually needed to set a price on an AMM. Yeah. In the second day of depeg, UST was hovering at $0.93 and Luna at $30ish. It's still very salvageable at that point. If you read the tweets from some Luna community members that are involved in the "war room" to restore UST peg, it's kinda implied that the negotiation with VCs went stale because Kwon didn't want to give better deal to them, and he didn't close the deal fast enough when there are several VCs and MMs that already committed (jump, 3ac, celsius, and jane st allegedly). By the end of the day we got leaked news that alameda backed out from that 1 bil equity raise, and it went downhill really fast from there (from like $30 to $0.6 in a day I think).

The UST liquidity dump was a rare opportunity to attack, and it probably wouldn't have worked if it wasn't for degen box liquidations selling faster than the burn limit permitted repegging. That should have been an easily calculable risk, and there should have been a plan for that. The main mistake may have been assuming new holders would diamond fist through a repeg like older holders had always done. Something as simple as not refilling the anchor reserve would probably have avoided the crash by filtering out the UST holders least committed to the protocol. I'm still convinced that a bank run can be completely avoided without collateralization, with proper incentive design. Anchor could have rewarded stakers with APYs based on lock staking time frames like Osmosis. If 50% of the stake was locked for a week that could have greatly reduced the fear of a temporary depeg. Perhaps they could even discourage selling LUNA or UST during a depeg by charging extra tx fees that burn UST. Hell, if it might have repegged if Do Kwon even acted like he had a plan (instead of one vague announcement about using the reserve, followed by no result and radio silence). Even if the burn limit was too slow to repeg before most people panic sold LUNA, they should have been able to fix the peg behind the scenes. They didn't need to back every UST, most people didn't withdraw from Anchor for several days. All they had to do is keep the pools balanced. The fear about Luna's market cap or not having enough "BTC backing" was Do's own fault. UST was never backed by LUNA or BTC, and he shouldn't have used that language. He should have explained to people that the peg uses spot prices and AMM LPs, not market caps. Everyone panicked and are now saying this was inevitable because they don't understand how little money is actually needed to set a price on an AMM.

Must be. It’s about to get insane amounts of transactions in a few months. They just got a ton of liquidity in the recent Coinbase migration and with everyone doing AMM for loopheads. I’m looking forward to getting more at a discount. I don’t believe this coin is going anywhere but up.

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>I think shake out periods stretch on much longer than people realize. Sell off periods, like any bull run, can have periods of decreasing, weakening (but persistent) pressure. Absolutely. I can't imagine this current part of the cycle will be done anytime soon. I think we have months to go yet before bottoming. >Regarding the price movement portion of your post - this answer dramatically differs if we we’re talking about Bid/Ask market pairs vs. straight up AMM/liquidity pools like UniSwap or Pancakeswap. What I had in mind when asking this was the former (bid/ask market pairs).

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I think shake out periods stretch on much longer than people realize. Sell off periods, like any bull run, can have periods of decreasing, weakening (but persistent) pressure. Regarding the price movement portion of your post - this answer dramatically differs if we we’re talking about Bid/Ask market pairs vs. straight up AMM/liquidity pools like UniSwap or Pancakeswap. On high volume exchanges, buy/sell walls are strategically placed (or at least, they can be). On DEX’s it doesn’t work the same way. Regarding

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I wouldn't say that. The AMM design uses liquidity to incentivize adding coins to the pool so the dex can function. Extremely high apys often come with the risk of impermanent loss. Terra was sketchy because it had high apys on stables which in theory shouldnt have IL risk. Obviously now we no it can

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Love it! All in one ALGO platform in the future. Staking tokens, AMM, NFTs, exchange.

Mentions:#ALGO#AMM

I can relate. I’ve found some crypto is a store of value (BTC), and some are for utility (LRC, my favourite alt). Both get speculation. Those with a store of value may move based on the whims of speculation. They may moon. The utility ones provide benefits to holders based on whatever they set up. In the case of LRC, there are AMM liquidity pools at the moment, and staking/DAO in the immediate future. That would allow me to use my coins to provide value to the market and net transaction fees. I’ve chosen a deflationary coin, so it gets more scarce over time, and hopefully more valuable with use and speculation. I’m not expecting a moon, but a recurring revenue stream while holding, until I sell one day in the distant future. I made my selection based on projected use. There is an upcoming marketplace that will generate a huge amount of transactions, if my research is right. I’m a tech guy, too, so this fits my investment strategy better. Coins aren’t ownership in a company (not all are public), but they can be a stake in the tech. It’s a gamble in some cases as to what will survive, not always based on viability, because there are tons of scams that prey on weak security/architecture and users. The consensus seems to be DCA (dollar cost averaging) works best, because none of us can time the market, and ETH/BTC aren’t going anywhere anytime soon. It’s an irrational market where everything moves together because of pairings and arbitrage and stuff, and lunacy like Terra/Luna have broad impacts, so caveat emptor. ETH is unique, it’s both a store of value and utility, especially as it moves to proof of stake. Learning is fun, crypto has me doing it all the time. Also, I’m dumb and am in the red at the moment, so your mileage may vary. 😅

But what you CAN build is a order book DEX. Now tell me what you want? AMM with liquidity pools or a decentralized Coinbase.

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No one has really replied to this in earnest so I'm happy to jump in and discuss. I'm no coder, but from discussions I've read, concurrency is in fact an issue (I've heard it a constraint rather than a problem). That said, it appears that order book DEXes are actually much easier to build on a UTXO model than account based. In fact, I've read this was the reason behind the genesis of AMM. Not to mention, the flipside of the concurrency issue is the benefit of parallelism. TVL really depends on what you're looking at. One could include all staked ada in the system, however even barring that, stablecoins are on the verge of being released into the ecosystem. Most are simply waiting for the June hardfork where various scaling CIPs are being implemented. I do believe they have strong differentiators from most blockchains - you say they have been implemented by competitors, but please do name another that provides Ourobouros PoS, eUTXO model, Haskell codebase. Debate all you like on how good or not each of those characteristics are, but they \*are\* different.

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AMM Swap, did they make that product or is it copy paste? NFT'S? I bet Vitalik and all crypto enthusiasts love NFT Art. I don't want any free ShibaCube because I don't want shit and scam tokens associated with my wallet.

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0 products ? There is a AMM Swap run by community for native Radix tokens NFT'S exists DogeCube run a Radix validator Node in top 40. Also Radix publicity is taken care by DogeCube community It's ur choice to get free DogeCube or not but hope u would atleast take a look at Radix DLT (XRD) and get an understanding Not interested in meme coin fine .. but definitely worth to check L1 it's on .. give search on Radix and Scrypto

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The purpose of DogeCube is to serve as mascot for Radix DLT ( ticker : XRD ) educate and build community and be guiding user base for new comers DogeCube servers as memecoin .. already have a community AMM where you can swap all other alt tokens in Radix and has NFTs DogeCube also runs a node on Radix Network and does collaboration giveaway with other projects to give them more visibility It's First token in Radix network ( radix has token as native asset so no smartcontracts token rug ) And as always #DYOR Radix is not going to disappoint you

The purpose of DogeCube is to serve as mascot for Radix DLT ( ticker : XRD ) educate and build community and be guiding user base for new comers DogeCube servers as memecoin .. already have a community AMM where you can swap all other alt tokens in Radix and has NFTs DogeCube also runs a node on Radix Network and does collaboration giveaway with other projects to give them more visibility It's First token in Radix network ( radix has token as native asset so no smartcontracts token rug ) And as always #DYOR Radix is not going to disappoint you

Radix has no smartcontracts for token Tokens are native asset .. It's not every day shit coin Purpose is to spread word of Radix DLT .. get new user's educated about entire radix community and other projects Already there is a community AMM , NFT'S for project Any way it's free ..choice is urs

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Radix has no smartcontracts for token Tokens are native asset .. It's not every day shit coin Purpose is to spread word of Radix DLT .. get new user's educated about entire radix community and other projects Already there is a community AMM , NFT'S for project Any way it's free ..choice is urs

Mentions:#DLT#AMM

Radix has no smartcontracts for token Tokens are native asset .. It's not every day shit coin Purpose is to spread word of Radix DLT .. get new user's educated about entire radix community and other projects Already there is a community AMM , NFT'S for project Any way it's free ..choice is urs

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It’s an upcoming feature on their DEX. I can use paired AMM pools now, via their wallet. LRC/USDC is an obscene 81.64% APR.

I think you mean some platforms because I'm also holding some tenETH and tenFTM right now where I get rewards from the trading fees their AMM generates which is also convertible at any time I want to with no lockups. But still, this dang market hitting me up.

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Lol, it's debatable whether lending is a derivative, but what are you going to do, outlaw borrowing? This manipulation had more to do with an AMM manipulation than anything. A lot of people held UST that didn't trust the mechanics of it. Now everyone is watching from the sidelines to see what happens

Mentions:#AMM#UST

According to Tether and Circle, who also double spent every dollar deposited on bonds. Presumably you weren't around in 2017 when USDT depegged further than UST has. People didn't trust it at first either. But I was actually talking about the market cap of securities and decentralized crypto currencies, like LUNA. It's impossible to calculate the amount of money that can be exchanged for LUNA in an AMM, and it's extremely unlikely that there aren't enough true believers and degenerate gamblers to restore the UST peg.

UST doesn't have a supporting asset and all market caps are imaginary. A market cap is just the last trade x the supply. It certainly doesn't tell you anything about the price that most holders will actually sell and it can't tell you anything about the AMM balance in an LP pool that is a fraction of either supply. I bought six figures of UST today. It has failed to be stable, but it's hardly done for. People panicked just like this the last two times this happened, and the protocol is a lot more robust now. The only difference is that the protocol is more popular now, and most holders have no idea how it works.

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That's not how the peg works. The problem is primarily in the off-chain pools. It doesn't take 15% of UST to fix an AMM spot. LUNA will take a beating but the peg will primarily be restored by people buying UST, not burning LUNA. It's extremely unlikely that it never repegs.

Mentions:#UST#AMM#LUNA

Well Titan had very obvious flaws that make the theory that it was really a fancy rug pull quite plausible. They had an obvious oracle problem and flash loan vulnerabilities, despite mostly being a fork of projects that didn't have those problems. I just don't see any point in custodial coins. I'd like to at least know how a coin is collateralized. I think Terra has demonstrated that their peg mechanism works. But it revolves around pool liquidity and AMM mechanics, not hard collateralization, and as we've seen the last few days, very few people understand how UST works. Terra isn't an erc-20 token, it's an ecosystem with hundreds of full time devs working on dozens of dapps. It's not going to disappear. But it won't keep growing if this keeps happening every year. So they need a lot of protocol owned liquidity. It has a core community that is strong enough on its own to keep the peg from collapsing. The question is whether it will keep growing or not.

Mentions:#AMM#UST

UniqueDex is giving us an opportunity. This project is establishing an order book on aggregated AMM/DEX liquidity.

Mentions:#AMM#DEX

Well I'll be dammed, Peercoin getting a mention. You could add Uniswap for first AMM. Set in motion all the dex's we see.

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tldr; HydraDX aims to tackle the capital inefficiency of Automated Market Makers (AMMs) by bringing all trading assets in a single liquidity pool called the Omnipool. The resulting deep and concentrated liquidity paves the way for less slippage and lower trading fees. This novel, unconstrained AMM design also allows us to develop the HydraDX tokenomics in a sustainable way. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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#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/ufshqo/monthly_skeptics_discussion_may_2022/).

Mentions:#DEX#CEX#AMM

tldr; Multiple Protocol has partnered with iZUMi Finance to become the Next Generation DeFi Protocol for Uniswap Liquidity providers. Multiple Protocol is a Decentralized Finance (DeFi) protocol based on Ethereum that allows expert traders to provide professional AMM liquidity strategies, which in turn ensures users (Liquidity Providers) securely benefit from the best yielding products. iZumi Finance is a multi-chain DeFi protocol providing One-Stop Liquidity *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

Mentions:#AMM#DYOR

I mean I am worried about Tron be kinda centralized and hate everyone named Justin like any normal person should, but there is nothing wrong with adopting a good idea. Uniswaps idea for liquidity pools and AMM were revolutionary for crypto and countless other projects are using them too and trying to improve them further. And why the hell shouldn't they? same with Terra and its stablecoins. besides, Tron isn't even the first one to copy Terras algorithmic stables. The Celo did it too

Mentions:#AMM

Secret doesn't run on the deprecated SGX. No advancements have been made on cracking SGX server. And there would be a lot bigger problems than SN if it were. Also you'd need physical access to the validators to decipher SN, even if SGX were already cracked. So they'd have to migrate to another (which they are already working on). You're right though that their network has serious scaling problems. Very similar to ADA actually. Except that SN is actually doing something innovative and impressive and ADA can't run a decentralized AMM yet because their network was designed by academics looking for a challenge, and it has no significant useful benefits, but is carefully marketed for design precision that it does not have.

Mentions:#ADA#AMM

Nice article! But did you read this part: >Concurrency on Cardano is not a problem and more of a challenge associated with a UTxO base blockchain and should not be described as a limiting factor. eUTXO is absolutely not a limiting factor in anyway. This article describes how concurrency issues were solved when devoloping AMM DEXs. Do you know that eUTXO can even let developer create decentralized order book DEXs? To my knowledge that's not possible with EVM. Projects like ErgoDEX and GeniusYield have been working on order book DEXs, are there any decentralized order book DEXs on EVM chains?

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Algorand transactions are mostly just sending algo to addresses Ethereum has actual dApps with extremely high usage. Algorand literally had their first AMM less than a year ago. Uniswap has been a thing for years on eth. I use algo to transfer value quickly. I use eth for actual dApps. That’s the difference.

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I find good projects from crawling the whole of my twitter feeds and understanding the importance of utilities; an example is I recently came across ALBT which is building a DEX whose AMM reduces IL to the barest minimum.

Mentions:#ALBT#DEX#AMM

I would personally recommend the Loopring Wallet. From their site: LOOPRING WALLET Loopring Wallet is an Ethereum mobile smart contract wallet, with Loopring zkRollup baked in. It is the first smart wallet app with L2 scaling, and provides a secure, intuitive, powerful Ethereum experience in your pocket. Swap on the AMM, become an LP, trade on the books, invest & earn in DeFi, send payments to anyone, anywhere - all gas-free, and at the tap of a finger. Completely self-custodial, only smarter. You can say goodbye to seed phrases and paper backups, and say hello to social recovery. This means choosing people, institutions, and hardware that you trust as the guardians of your wallet. If ever you lose access to your mobile, they help you recover your assets. As long as more than half of your guardians are trustworthy, your assets are secure. You can also set limits on daily transfers, and whitelist trusted addresses.

Mentions:#WALLET#AMM

Most of it is on Thorchain providing liquidity for blue chips. Yield on native btc, yay! Thorswap token (THOR) has insane value acruel, and it plays on the multichain thesis (will be my biggest passive income provider) And it’s not built around token emissions Brokkr.Finance will be a fun one. Later on the roadmap it wil use delta neutral strategies to earn yield. You can stake the token too Provide liquidity on astroport, currently have Xdefi & Orion & Astro pool running, which all pays out in astro, which is great because I’m bullish on the token. For stables I use Anchor & Platypus.finance (stake ptp to get boosted yield) Also Thorchain Those are my most steady ones. Let’s me sleep on my both ears in the bear market, because I’m farming more tokens, and can sell extra tokens for living expenses. A little more risky is to look for farms on AMM’s on Fantom, Solana, Avax & etc to see what brings yield. Some go up to 200% Tho I highly advise you to look up the risk of impermanent loss and such.

Mentions:#THOR#AMM

NFA invest responsibly: Low to midcap coin that will survive crypto winter? Let me introduce Ergo. Ergo is striving to be the best and most modern version of a PoW blockchain with smart contract capabilities (which BTC doesn't have). Why PoW? Because it's security has held up in over 10 years unlike PoS blockchains which are yet to seen to be as durable. Simply put it's the best consensus mechanism we have today, so why not improve on it. Ergos mining algorithm is more energy efficient and is also ASIC resistant allowing ordinary people to mine with GPUs, resulting in a more decentralized network while using less energy. Ergo has one of the fairest tokenomics in the blockchain space due to a fair PoW launch. Ergo has one of the biggest communities in the space and is among a handful that are decentralization obsessed. Cool stuff built so far: - decentralized mining pools incentivizing miners to mine $ERG + other tokens at the same time (airdrops from projects that want a fair launch) - oracle pools which are a more robust version of Chainlink oracles built by a former Chainlink co-founder - algorthimic stable coin that's held it's peg over a year now based on peer reviewed research papers by Cardano (close relationship between these blockchain communities) - optional privacy through high quality mixers - NiPoPoWs (non-interactive proofs of PoW) allowing smart phones to run their own node, avoiding e.g. companies like Infura to be able to shutdown Metamask (hardware req. to run a node on ETH are too high) - dApps: a AMM DEX, 2 nft marketplaces, 2 launchpads, 10 wallets + a lot more in the works (bridges, lending protocol , nft games/metaverse, more stablecoins and mixers etc.)

They do serve an actual purpose in the function of an AMM exchange allowing people to swap between two tokens without the traditional buy order sell order - orderbook (which is what an actual exchange should look like). Without the rewards being paid out in these exchange models the liquidity providers would take on undue risk as the swap fees would not cover the IL. So there needs to be incentives for lots of smaller LPers to come along and play the game. This also always the project team to print chips that suddenly have a $ value and pay themselves and their backers. Problem is, what tokens are they providing for people to swap between? For many tokens sitting as an LP farm token is it's only purpose. It's designed as a gambling chip. The original idea has good intentions. The casino model was an inevitable step in the direction of capitalism. Everyone wants to maximise their returns. So the exchange is kind of the fancy restaurant/hotel at the front that barely breaks even. The LPs are the casino out back that pays for the whole operation.

Mentions:#AMM

It's strong because it's the only one of its kind and it is already being incorporated across all of our popular networks, liquidity pools like Curve, CEXs, AMMs, and pretty much all of DeFi in general. It's strong because it can't be controlled, frozen, and it's not dependent on assets that can be controlled. **Here's a response I sent someone else when explaining how UST took over as the new DAI:** DAI was created to solve a problem in our industry, and it failed at solving that problem. UST aims to correct that. **Here's a bit of background:** USDC is controlled by one U.S. entity which means the U.S. government also controls that entity. Anyone of these parties can block or freeze your money in any of your wallets or any address. USDT is controlled in the same way, but it is outside U.S. regulation (This doesn't imply outside U.S. influence). This means we are building an entire DeFI industry that can be attacked or frozen by any of these central entities. Decentralized apps mean nothing when you freeze the medium of exchange they depend on. Liquidity pools, staking, AMM's, or any other decentralized financial application are currently exposed to this type of attack. This is too much power over you and the entire industry. Decentralized stable coins are the only way to protect against this massive vulnerability. Unfortunately, even DAI is backed in large by USDC and some USDT. This means the same central authorities have some control over the stability of DAI. DAI has exposed itself to the problem it was built to fix, because it was easier to achieve stability by leveraging centrally controlled stable coins. UST fixes this. A fully decentralized coin like UST isn't just preferred to central options like USDC or by extension DAI. It is needed to shield the entire crypto space. We have no choice. We need to cut our dependence from any stable mediums of exchange that fall back on the control of central entities. Until DAI moves away from USDC and USDT it is part of the problem too. UST is the only fully decentralized stable that already has enough economic stronghold to protect its peg, and is correctly positioned to continue an extraordinary rate of expansion.

Reminder: buy $ERG while it's cheap (nfa) Ergo is striving to be the best and most modern version of a PoW blockchain with smart contract capabilities (which BTC doesn't have). Why PoW? Because it's security has held up in over 10 years unlike PoS blockchains which are yet to seen to be as durable. Simply put it's the best consensus mechanism we have today, so why not improve on it. Ergos mining algorithm is more energy efficient and is also ASIC resistant allowing ordinary people to mine with GPUs, resulting in a more decentralized network while using less energy. Ergo has one of the fairest tokenomics in the blockchain space due to a fair PoW launch. Ergo has one of the biggest communities in the space and is among a handful that are decentralization obsessed. Cool stuff built so far: - decentralized mining pools incentivizing miners to mine $ERG + other tokens at the same time (airdrops from projects that want a fair launch) - oracle pools which are a more robust version of Chainlink oracles built by a former Chainlink co-founder - algorthimic stable coin that's held it's peg over a year now based on peer reviewed research papers by Cardano (close relationship between these blockchain communities) - optional privacy through high quality mixers - NiPoPoWs (non-interactive proofs of PoW) allowing smart phones to run their own node, avoiding e.g. companies like Infura to be able to shutdown Metamask (hardware req. to run a node on ETH are too high) - dApps: a AMM DEX, 2 nft marketplaces, 2 launchpads, 10 wallets + a lot more in the works (bridges, lending protocol , nft games/metaverse, more stablecoins and mixers etc.)

Ergo is striving to be the best and most modern version of a PoW blockchain with smart contract capabilities (which BTC doesn't have). Why PoW? Because it's security has held up in over 10 years unlike PoS blockchains which are yet to seen to be as durable. Simply put it's the best consensus mechanism we have today, so why not improve on it. Ergos mining algorithm is more energy efficient and is also ASIC resistant allowing ordinary people to mine with GPUs, resulting in a more decentralized network while using less energy. Ergo has one of the fairest tokenomics in the blockchain space due to a fair PoW launch. Ergo has one of the biggest communities in the space and is among a handful that are decentralization obsessed. Cool stuff built so far: - decentralized mining pools incentivizing miners to mine $ERG + other tokens at the same time (airdrops from projects that want a fair launch) - oracle pools which are a more robust version of Chainlink oracles built by a former Chainlink co-founder - algorthimic stable coin that's held it's peg over a year now based on peer reviewed research papers by Cardano (close relationship between these blockchain communities) - optional privacy through high quality mixers - NiPoPoWs (non-interactive proofs of PoW) allowing smart phones to run their own node, avoiding e.g. companies like Infura to be able to shutdown Metamask (hardware req. to run a node on ETH are too high) - dApps: a AMM DEX, 2 nft marketplaces, 2 launchpads, 10 wallets + a lot more in the works (bridges, lending protocol , nft games/metaverse, more stablecoins and mixers etc.)

Ergo is striving to be the best and most modern version of a PoW blockchain with smart contract capabilities (which BTC doesn't have). Why PoW? Because it's security has held up in over 10 years unlike PoS blockchains which are yet to seen to be as durable. Simply put it's the best consensus mechanism we have today, so why not improve on it. Ergos mining algorithm is more energy efficient and is also ASIC resistant allowing ordinary people to mine with GPUs, resulting in a more decentralized network while using less energy. Ergo has one of the fairest tokenomics in the blockchain space due to a fair PoW launch. Ergo has one of the biggest communities in the space and is among a handful that are decentralization obsessed. Cool stuff built so far: - decentralized mining pools incentivizing miners to mine $ERG + other tokens at the same time (airdrops from projects that want a fair launch) - oracle pools which are a more robust version of Chainlink oracles built by a former Chainlink co-founder - algorthimic stable coin that's held it's peg over a year now based on peer reviewed research papers by Cardano (close relationship between these blockchain communities) - optional privacy through high quality mixers - NiPoPoWs (non-interactive proofs of PoW) allowing smart phones to run their own node, avoiding e.g. companies like Infura to be able to shutdown Metamask (hardware req. to run a node on ETH are too high) - dApps: a AMM DEX, 2 nft marketplaces, 2 launchpads, 10 wallets + a lot more in the works (bridges, lending protocol , nft games/metaverse, more stablecoins and mixers etc.)

Ergo is striving to be the best and most modern version of a PoW blockchain with smart contract capabilities (which BTC doesn't have). Why PoW? Because it's security has held up in over 10 years unlike PoS blockchains which are yet to seen to be as durable. Simply put it's the best consensus mechanism we have today, so why not improve on it. Ergos mining algorithm is more energy efficient and is also ASIC resistant allowing ordinary people to mine with GPUs, resulting in a more decentralized network while using less energy. Ergo has one of the fairest tokenomics in the blockchain space due to a fair PoW launch. Ergo has one of the biggest communities in the space and is among a handful that are decentralization obsessed. Cool stuff built so far: - decentralized mining pools incentivizing miners to mine $ERG + other tokens at the same time (airdrops from projects that want a fair launch) - oracle pools which are a more robust version of Chainlink oracles built by a former Chainlink co-founder - algorthimic stable coin that's held it's peg over a year now based on peer reviewed research papers by Cardano (close relationship between these blockchain communities) - optional privacy through high quality mixers - NiPoPoWs (non-interactive proofs of PoW) allowing smart phones to run their own node, avoiding e.g. companies like Infura to be able to shutdown Metamask (hardware req. to run a node on ETH are too high) - dApps: a AMM DEX, 2 nft marketplaces, 2 launchpads, 10 wallets + a lot more in the works (bridges, lending protocol , nft games/metaverse, more stablecoins and mixers etc.)

So for example with xsushi (liquid staked sushi): If I bought xSushi directly on the AMM and then sold it after a year, would I pay income on the underlying Sushi increase? Might be an interesting loophole

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>Over $2M of BTC is staked in defi according to defillama. It's not staked, it locked, there's a difference. Staking is using your crypto to secure the blockchain by giving it to stake pools. DeFiLlama shows what's locked in contracts or dapps, unless you turn on staking which shows that as well. Turning on the staking toggle doesn't change any value when it is on if you looked while on the Bitcoin chain, which means there is of course no staking value. Not to mention, BiFrost even only allows BFC to be staked. https://app.bifi.finance/stake?chainid=mainnet >That's completely irrelevant. It would be if you didn't claim BTC is staked. Again, it's locked, not staked. >you're talking about LN, specifically, it is entirely simple, transparent, provably trustless transactions And centralized. My point was and still is there isn't "more total DeFi" on Bitcoin than Cardano as you claimed. I mentioned it's centralization originally because you excluded Cardano AMM DEXes as they are centralized, so you shouldn't have counted that in TVL. The only option is therefore BiFi, which is has $2.4 million TVL vs Muesli $10 million. >Again, lightning itself cannot lose funds accidentally to a malicious protocol player. That's good and all, but LN doesn't contribute to DeFi. You claimed that Bitcoin has more DeFi than Cardano, and as LN doesn't count, I still don't where it has more DeFi.

>That's because there is no staking on BTC. Over $2M of BTC is staked in defi according to defillama. >It's PoW consensus That's completely irrelevant. >If you turn on the staking toggle, you would see that the TVL in BiFi on Bitcoin doesn't change. Good point. >BFC is ERC-20, not a Bitcoin token, so it doesn't count Bitcoin's TVL You're right. It could conceivably have a BTC backing, but it couldn't be separated from the BTC chain total if that were the case. >there is an additional $61 million staked across Meld, VyFinance, Aada, and Revuto Cardano does not have $61M in defi. Muesliswap is the only defi dApp on Cardano. Unless I missed a new release, none of those projects have any defi at all. $10M vs $2M is a 10x smaller difference than what I originally misread defillama to claim. >That has nothing to with what I said about LN and Cardano AMM DEXes If you're talking about LN, specifically, it is entirely simple, transparent, provably trustless transactions, like a Cardano app would be if every off-chain element were simple open source code, that could be verified to not include any trusted elements. Plutus smart contracts were fundamentally designed after LN proofs, but most Plutus apps add closed source vulnerabilities and trusted off-chain elements (and LN could too, but the BTC community would probably not be as accepting of rushed vulnerabilities as the Cardano bag holders who were desparate to apps were). Again, lightning itself cannot lose funds accidentally to a malicious protocol player. If you ran cardano cApps on top of a LN channel you would have the same problems cardano has. That's why Bifi doesn't do that, and their off-chain code is trustless and decentralized.

>After looking pretty carefully of defillama, it's still not clear how much "staked" TVL is on BTC. That's because there is no staking on BTC. It's PoW consensus. If you turn on the staking toggle, you would see that the TVL in BiFi on Bitcoin doesn't change. Try it: https://defillama.com/chain/Bitcoin >Do you have a link that shows how much of the staked MILK is on Cardano? https://ada.muesliswap.com/pools >Is any MILK staked on milkomeda? It doesn't look like it. Even then, it wouldn't count towards Cardano TVL. >BTC has $2-80M TVL Maybe you missed what I said previously. $80 million is the BiFi token is staked. BiFi is ERC-20, not a Bitcoin token, so it doesn't count Bitcoin's TVL. Idk how many times I have say this, but DeFiLlama shows this. >ADA has $1-10M That's false. Even ignoring Muesliswap in order to avoid confusion of the other chains, there is an additional $61 million staked across Meld, VyFinance, Aada, and Revuto. AGAIN, DeFiLlama shows this if you have the staking toggle on. >No, Bifi uses cryptographic fraud proofs and their L2 code is open source, so it's trustless and decentralized like Muesliswap is. That has nothing to with what I said about LN and Cardano AMM DEXes. Even is this is the case, you STILL have not shown be where Bitcoin has more DeFi than Cardano. It's $2.4 million compared to $62+ million on Cardano including staking. >Bifi uses Ethereum as their L2. BiFi is a token on Ethereum. Tokens can't use chains as an L2; they're just tokens. BiFrost uses Ethereum as an L2 if that's the case, not BiFi. https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/bifi >I think it's pretty surprising and notable that a top 10 L1 could have as little TVL as BTC. $2.4 million vs $62+ million is "just as little"? It looks like a 30x difference to me.

>you would have known that if you looked on DeFiLlama carefully. After looking pretty carefully of defillama, it's still not clear how much "staked" TVL is on BTC. Do you have a link that shows how much of the staked MILK is on Cardano? Is any MILK staked on milkomeda? I didn't see where those stats are on Muesliswap's site... BTC has $2-80M TVL ADA has $1-10M depending on how much of defillama's "staked" figure is on which chain. >You shouldn't count LN as it's centralized, just like you don't count AMM DEXes because their not open source No, Bifi uses cryptographic fraud proofs and their L2 code is open source, so it's trustless and decentralized like Muesliswap is. >You can see MILK staked on their Cardano DEX. Since MILK is on Cardano, it counts toward TVL. I must have missed the MILK stake total on their site (maybe because I don't have a wallet on this device). I don't see it. >BiFi is on Ethereum so it doesn't count towards Bitcoin TVL. No, that's not how it works. Bifi uses Ethereum as their L2. Their use of fraud proofs is slow and expensive, but means that the BTC is native, locked on the BTC chain. It's similar to what Milkomeda is hoping to do with rollups to Cardano someday. >Honestly, IDK why you even responded to my replies in the first place about Bitcoin having no DeFi I think it's pretty surprising and notable that a top 10 L1 could have as little TVL as BTC.

>No, I started with "Cardano only has $100M more TVL than BTC." Yes, that's why I said that first. You first reply "FYI Cardano only has $100M more TVL than BTC". Firstly, don't know why you threw in the FYI like I said Cardano had a lot more TVL than Bitcoin. Secondly, the TVL difference is half of that. You addition replies then say it the other way around and then the other way around again. As I keep saying, you would have known that if you looked on DeFiLlama carefully. >Cardano is actually worse, because the dApp owners can reorder txs. I have yet to see this happen on WingRiders or even Minswap, though the halt of Minswap was damning but it saved $100 million dollars. Sundae team was sketchy from the get-go which is why I never used it. Yes, I don't know how batchers are handled, which is why I can't say if it's centralized or decentralized. Nonetheless, unless it actually happens, I won't have a problem with it. >but BTC has L2 and has more total defi than Cardano. Where is the "more total defi" on Bitcoin? You shouldn't count LN as it's centralized, just like you don't count AMM DEXes because their not open source. For the last time, BiFi is $2.4 million to MuesliSwap's $10.1 million (even more if you count the other staking TVL). >You're counting the staking on Muesliswap but not Bifi. BiFi is an ERC-20 token, while MILK is on Cardano. You can see MILK staked on their Cardano DEX. Since MILK is on Cardano, it counts toward TVL. BiFi is on Ethereum so it doesn't count towards Bitcoin TVL. >Don't expect IOHK to tell you if they made a mistake. I never said I would. Honestly, if Cardano goes to shit then whatever, there are a dozen of other blockchains. Even then, my experience with Cardano has been good. Honestly, IDK why you even responded to my replies in the first place about Bitcoin having no DeFi. It seems like you only wanted to get into the nitty-gritty of Cardano's DeFi, which is irrelevant to the post and to my replies of other chains having DeFi while Bitcoin doesn't. You say there is some on Bitcoin but I have yet to see it. LN is centralized and shouldn't count from your view, and BiFi is multichain built on BIFROST and NOT native to the Bitcoin blockchain, which makes sense because Bitcoin doesn't have SCs nor does LN AFAIK. It doesn't really need them either, it's fine how it is.

Hey all, I’m working on redesigning an AMM / swap protocol and curious if anyone has opinions to share on their favorite swaps and why. Are there any features you especially like or others you’d like to see? Some of the people I asked mentioned they wish there were more instructions/tutorial on how to use. Do you agree? Thanks!

Mentions:#AMM

Today's reddit crypto scammer attempt (and yes, they also post on the chinese food sub as usual) Them: Do you think stock market volatility will affect cryptocurrencies? Me: Yes Them: Are you also investing in cryptocurrencies? What do you think of the current situation Me: It's fine Them: I want to buy some ETH at the moment, I think ETH will definitely pick up sometime recently Me: Ok good Them: When the news of the Fed's interest rate hike meeting came out some time ago, which may affect the cryptocurrency market, I exchanged some coins for USDT and put it in the decentralized wallet to do the AMM protocol project, and I can get passive income every day. It seems that this This decision was the right one. It allowed me to avoid the impact of the Fed rate hike and the impact of the Russian-Ukrainian war. I made the right decision. Me: Ok good Them: And you. What coins do you have in your hand? Me: I don't tell people who I don't know Them: lol okay Me: lol okay Them: I'm in the UK now, I'm from the US and want to expand but the pandemic is holding me back Me: Suck my c\*ck and swallow my c\*m Them: What?

Mentions:#ETH#USDT#AMM

It's not really a thing with AMM dexes. It's more about tolerance for price slippage. Or do you mean lower emissions to just below demand?

Mentions:#AMM

I’m long on ETH and LRC. Deposited majority of my holding into Loopring’s AMM where I see .20% of transfers proportional to my deposit into the liquidity pool. Super bullish. Not financial advice.

Mentions:#ETH#LRC#AMM

Why would anyone pay you to walk or anwser questions Other two sound just like regular AMM and DEX The last seems like some sort of payment app or something with an unnecessary token

Mentions:#AMM#DEX

>What is an example of a smart contract that is improved by decentralisation? Any? Lol that's why we're here. Cut out the middlemen and replace them with immutable code that's equally fair to everyone. Or else ya if you don't care about that then centralized hubs work *better*, we could all just trade BTC offchain on Binance's database if we want to go that route since that's what an L3 is anyway. Take Uniswap for example. It enables purely autonomous P2P trading (AMM). The *only thing* centralization would do to it is give governments an ability to shut it down - or some person the ability to skim money for being the frontman to an **autonomous** contract. It doesn't need employees to work therefore as a public utility it works best when accessible from a decentralized blockchain. The more centralized utilities are the more sucipetable they are to any form of attack. Or look at tokens, stablecoins, any coin. If they're decentralized they're uneditible and distributed enough that a rug pull isn't possible. Why would you want to buy something an admin can just revoke from you later? Like ZuckBucks will never be the same thing as Bitcoin even if Zuck decides to settle them on BTC. If someone makes an L3 to Bitcoin by creating a centralized app that itself uses Bitcoin, and *my* BTC loses its trust and security assumptions, I'd rather use something different that has no trust assumptions - like L1 BTC or some other L1 coin with the apps built on chain. The reason I like BTC is because no one can take it *willy nilly* from me for whatever reason they like and that changes entirely with centralization. I don't believe centralized hubs will ever be a good place to store wealth in. In the best case they keep things secure for you then use your trading data to mangle the charts (if everyone has stop limits at XXXX that data is sold and bought by a whale who makes them hit). I keep my BTC in cold storage so it would take a very *very* enticing project for me to take my coin out and hand the keys over to someone else. There's no trustless way to do that from the base protocol so I don't see it happening soon.

Mentions:#BTC#AMM

I think the term you are referring is "market maker" Exchange themselves, especially regulated one, do not play the "direct" role of market making. However, there are companies/funds out there that specialized in such task, for example, Alameda research (by Sam from FTX). That's why DEX has the term "AMM" "automated market making" as they don't need such people to make the market.

Mentions:#FTX#DEX#AMM

Man I got to admit, after the countless posts I've seen on this sub bashing Cardano, I didn't expect this post for being informational. Overall, good write up, but you should have talked about the newest AMM DEX, WingRiders. Not only did they bring stablecoins (although wrapped), liquidity providers can vote on where the ADA locked us staked. As a side note, the team behind WingRiders are the ones who saved MinSwap from being exploited. Definitely a great DEX.

Mentions:#AMM#DEX#ADA

#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/ttir1a/monthly_skeptics_discussion_april_2022/).

Mentions:#DEX#CEX#AMM

It's not BS. There will be an AMM bot that will mint ~20% of the PLS circulating supply. It will inject that PLS into the liquidity pools on Uniswap, Sushiswap, Curve in exchange for the PRC20 tokens. It will then pair the PRC20 tokens with PLS to seed the liquidity on PulseX. This will function as a massive airdrop of PLS to Ethereum LPs and ERC20 token holders.

Mentions:#AMM#PLS

I'm betting it's a serious go at a coin. It's been in development for almost 1 year. It's the first fork of Ethereum that's launching with an AMM with yield farming from day 1. It's also the first fork that's copying the entire system state of Ethereum. In the first mainnet block, an AMM bot will inject PLS into all of the major Uniswap, Sushiswap, Curve pools in exchange for "harvesting" the ERC20 copies. This functions as a giant PLS airdrop for Ethereum LPs and the ERC20 copies will be used to seed the liquidity on PulseX. This has never been done before either. There's a lot of innovative moving parts. This is why almost 1 year of hard work has gone into the development. Check out the PulseDev channel on Telegram, the code on Gitlab, and the testnet to verify it for yourself.

Mentions:#AMM#PLS

Eh. I used it. $7 to withdraw from AMM wasnt impressive. Arbitrum seems cheaper

Mentions:#AMM

I think the AMM project is a project in the field of defi. The only risk is that the project party runs away, so you need to see who the project party of the project you are participating in is

Mentions:#AMM

This is a verification process. This is true for all DeFi and AMM projects

Mentions:#AMM

I'm also working on this project for over a month. It's very safe, and it's great. AMM is the best project to go to defi for decentralized finance. metamask wallet is one of the largest decentralized wallets in the world, and its security is very secure. As long as you keep the mnemonics well, no one can touch your wallet.

Mentions:#AMM

Almost every DeFi project requires authorization. Otherwise they cannot access your information. So how does it work? Just like downloading an APP and game software on a mobile phone, they must be accessed. You should go and learn more about AMM, maybe it works, you can do some simple tests while participating. never let go of any fish

Mentions:#APP#AMM

Yes, the AMM is called Ammeth.io or. AMMETH.cc, I google and There is no info, here no info too... And if i put 10k and they give me 150usd per day, obv is a scam lol But I dont understand how they can stole my money...

Mentions:#AMM

I sold my Matic at 4c & regretted. We win some, lose some. Though, I made some gains on QUICK ; its DEX & AMM platform. I believe Polygon will gain more adoption & users. It's obvious to tell with cross-chain liquidity aggregators like FLUID adopting it as its primary DeFi chain.

#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/ttir1a/monthly_skeptics_discussion_april_2022/).

Mentions:#DEX#CEX#AMM

It's good to see the progress done on Hydra, but I think it's often portrayed to more than it is. It's basically Cardano's version of LN. It won't scale dapps like AMM DEXes but will be useful for P2P trading.

Mentions:#LN#AMM

There is no such thing as a AMM without impermanent loss. Bancor is subsidizing the IL on certain pairs, they haven’t “solved” IL. IL is not something that can be “solved” it is a functional part of how an AMM works, buyers remove tokens, sellers supply them and the liquidity providers always takes the other side of the trade.

Mentions:#AMM

Not worried at all! Pretty excited with what's to come, I am actually more bullish than ever. Crypto is the future there is no doubt about that, tokenization of real estate, commodities and other assets will be the new trend. This is why I can't wait for projects such as IX Swap who will be leading in providing the STO and TSO liquidity pools and AMM. It's going to change the game!

Mentions:#IX#STO#AMM

I can't wait too. I'm excited. What is arbswap? Arbswap is an automated market marker (AMM) and decentralised exchange (DEX) on arbitrum that will increase adoption of the Ethereum second layer protocol by providing native liquidity and Defi options for all users.

Mentions:#AMM#DEX

DeFi token swap dapps don't use an order book. They use AMM for pricing, and AMM doesn't use an order book. It only makes use of liquidity pools. A swap dapp on privacy network would not see a front-running attack because by the time, because only after a trade is filled that the public can see how much was swapped.

Mentions:#AMM

Because gamestop doing nft's when the hype is cooling down might not be as bullish as people think? Because the utility of loopring leading to a lot of buying pressure on LRC has already long been priced in? Because loopring's AMM if you exclude LRC-ETH has a TVL that's lower then even smartBCH? Because loopring is not the final solution for high fees since Dapps don't run on loopring as it's not evm compatible? Because loopring is being abused by pump and dumpers and the hype is people wanting to sell it, not actually use it?

Mentions:#LRC#AMM#ETH

Not a POS coin, but you can earn LRC via AMM liquidity pools.

Mentions:#POS#LRC#AMM