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AI "Social Sentiment" trading strategy yields massive gains for DEX traders

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Hydra | A permissionless, open-source, proof-of-stake blockchain | Stake HYDRA to help maintain the network

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Potential scam app on Apple Store

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Solana’s Jupiter DEX Crosses Uniswap in Trading Volume, Hits $480 Million

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Potential Jupiter DEX scam app on IOS

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PRESALE | Lmeow | ERC-20 | AI Driven Meme Coin With Staking | Presale Almost Sold Out | Join Now Before DEX/CEX Listings

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Exploring the Innovative World of JOKER Token - Best Potential - Join the Active Community

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Why do almost all ICO / IDO platforms require KYC? How safe it is to do?

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$BNB is now bridgeable across Bitcoin, Ethereum, ARB, AVAX and Solana using the #OrdiZK dApp

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A glance at key finding in the 2023 token insight annual report

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How “DexToolsDegen” turned $2,300 into $1,042,000 in 7 days by spying on the world’s top DEX traders

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Introducing Montage Token

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MANTA ERC-20 token address? Anyone?

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Geeko Dex: The Universal Solution in Crypto Trading

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Should OP_CAT be activated?

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Smart #CRYPTO Investors KnO~

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How to buy MANTA on DEX today?

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How “DexToolsDegen” turned $2,300 into $1,042,000 in 7 days by spying on the world’s top DEX…

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dYdX Tops Uniswap as Largest DEX by Volume

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PRESALE LIVE | Mollars Token | Store of Value Token for Ethereum Blockchain | Token Cost: US$0.45 | Nearly 1-Million Tokens Sold

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Blockchain Quiz - Intermediate/Advanced Level

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Bitcoin is protection from the inflation of the Fed. It is not really protection from the inflation of Banks

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Crypto Scam Applications in AppStore now stealing millions dollars

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Introducing Loop Of Infinity

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PRESALE | Mollars | ERC-20 | Decentralized Token | Store Of Value | Presale Is Almost Filled | Launching Soon | Next 10-100x Gem

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The First Dex on ORB3 Launch, Don't miss out

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Mollars | $MOLLARS | ETH | Decentralized | Store Of Value Utility Token | Join The Presale

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The story of Cerberus Chain: The blockchain deleted by on-chain governance

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The story of Cerberus Chain: The blockchain deleted by on-chain governance

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PRESALE | Mollars | ERC-20 | Decentralized Token | Store Of Value | Next 10-100x Moonshot

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Do you declare taxes for your Non-KYC Bitcoins?

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I’m lucky to have stumbled into crypto for most of my life. I began mining Bitcoin in 7th grade (2011) and very lucky to work at a top 2 CEX after graduating. An ETF cycle later, I finally have a strong grasp of trading/gambling.

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I’m lucky to have stumbled into crypto for most of my life. I began mining Bitcoin in 7th grade (2011) and very lucky to work at a top 2 CEX after graduating. An ETF cycle later, I finally have a strong grasp of trading/gambling.

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I’m lucky to have stumbled into crypto for most of my life. I began mining Bitcoin in 7th grade (2011) and very lucky to work at a top 2 CEX after graduating. An ETF cycle later, I finally have a strong grasp of trading/gambling.

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I’m lucky to have stumbled into crypto for most of my life. I began mining Bitcoin in 7th grade (2011) and very lucky to work at a top 2 CEX after graduating. An ETF cycle later, I finally have a strong grasp of trading/gambling.

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PRESALE | Mollars | ERC-20 | Decentralized Token | Store Of Value | Almost Filled | Massive Launch This Week

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The real value-add of ETF Bitcoin is not what you may think it is!

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PRESALE | Mollars | ERC-20 | Decentralized Token | Store Of Value | Presale Is Almost Filled | Launching Soon | Next 100x Moonshot?

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Presale Live | $MOLLARS | ERC-20 | Decentralized | Utility Token | Store Of Value | Presale Is Almost Filled | Lauching This Week | Next 100x Moonshot

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PRESALE LIVE | Mollars | ERC-20 | Utility Token | Decentralized | Store Of Value | Next 100x Moonshot?

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Between Anyhedge, Cauldron Dex, and Thorchain, BitcoinCash is now #92 in TVL on DeFi Llama

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Which coin has the best technology?

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PRESALE | Mollars | ERC-20 | Decentralized | Store Of Value Token | Presale Is Almost Filled | Launching Soon | Next 10-100x Moonshot

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PRESALE | Mollars | ERC-20 | Decentralized Token | Store Of Value | Presale Is Almost Filled | Launching Soon

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PRESALE | Mollars Token ($MOLLARS) | ERC-20 | Decentralized Store Of Value Token

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Will $PAWTH go back to ATH?

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Bitcoin Market Capture in New Zealand - Are Easycrypto Bankers Cartel Operatives? The evidence is circumstantial and not conclusive, but is substantial.

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Thanks to CEX delisting, we have now at least 3 atomic swap implementations for Monero.

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1 popular DEX is becoming more like a centralized exchange but worst actually

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PRESALE | BlackRock BTC ETF Token | ERC-20 | Token linked to future of Bitcoin ETF's approvals | $120,000 worth of Giveaways | 20% Staking rewards | 25% Burn | 5% Burn rate decreasing when milestones are reached

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I strongly believe $OZK is a great buy right now, it's not a shitcoin or a scammy meme

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What's your favorite blockchain platform for liquidity mining?

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What is P2P cryptocurrency exchange and how does it work?

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$SERSH utility token analyiss

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Save Elon Coin $SEC | Most Unique Solana Meme Coin | 1000x Moon Potential | Check and participate on their presale now!

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Is it just me who thinks Crypto regulation is just a myth and not really possible?

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Just a few of the reasons why $OZK will probably have a huge pump soon

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Just a few of the reasons why $OZK will probably have a huge pump

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Save Elon Coin $SEC | Most Unique Solana Meme Coin | 1000x Moon Potential | Check them out now!

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Save Elon Coin $SEC | Most Unique Solana Meme Coin | 1000x Moon Potential!

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Save Elon Coin $SEC | Most Unique Solana Meme Coin | 1000x Moon Potential!

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Focus - The Crypto Social Network - Whitepaper

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Manta New Paradigm (confirmed) - I bridged, now what?

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Doggie Swap is a decentralized exchange (DEX) built on the Arbitrum chain.

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Save Elon Coin $SEC | Biggest Solana Meme Coin in 2024 | Presale Launched!

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What's the scam here?

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Title: Explore the Surprised Pikachu Meme Coin - SUPI/SOL: 7 Hours Old, $24K Market Cap, 20K Volume! Discover SUPI/SOL, a new meme coin with just 7 hours on the clock, currently at $24K market cap and a buzzing 20K in volume. Homegrown on our r/Solcoins subreddit :)

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Solana News: NEON EVM, Marinade Finance, Squads Multisig, Injective INJ, Jupiter DEX, and MORE!

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Solana News: NEON EVM, Marinade Finance, Squads Multisig, Injective INJ, Jupiter DEX, and MORE!

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Save Elon Coin ($SEC) Presale Live Now | 20% Sold in 12 Hours

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$LNDRY Surpassed 220K Via Wash | Now Wash Your Funds Easily | Big Partnerships And Updates Coming Up! | Revenue Share

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SALE | Meme Kombat | ERC-20 | Innovative Gaming Platform | Stake, Play & Get Rewards | Huge Gains Expected For 2024

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$SEC - Save Elon Coin - First Official Presale Launching In Less Than 12 Hours

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Buying huge amounts of BTC

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Huge liquidity crunch in Monero forces exchanges to halt withdrawals and delist it

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Huge liquidity crunch in Monero forces exchanges to halt withdrawals and delist it

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Meme Kombat | SALE Is LIVE | ETH | Utility | Innovative Gaming Platform | Stake, Play & Get Rewards

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HOT IDO | Meme Kombat | ERC-20 | Innovative Gaming Platform | Stake, Play & Get Rewards | Real Utility Not Just Another Meme

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$PAWTH | New DEX | PawSwap Exchange | Over $479,000 donated to animal charities | Fully audited &KYCed | Utilizing crypto to innovate charity and save animals in need

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VC spectra scam. Help!

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DEX that fulllfill all checkmarks?

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Launch today on uniswap at 16PM UTC! Doxxed Team, Experienced Marketers. 3/3 Tax & Renounced CA. ERC20

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WhatBot ERC-20 | Launch Today 16PM UTC | Simplify token creation, marketing, and management with Launch Bot

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Is there a tool to calculate automatically the BEP of a wallet?

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Chimpzee Burns Another 1 Billion tokens drops Supply to 26 Billion!

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Who here is waiting for another Solana network outage before buying in?

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Not true, Relai is a BTC-only and very reliable exchange from Switzerland. Strike is also reputable and well known, Swan as well. Bisq is the best known anonymous DEX on the internet…. Not sure you know what you’re talking about.

Mentions:#BTC#DEX

tldr; Pantera Capital's report draws parallels between Solana's potential in the blockchain sector and Apple's success with macOS, citing its monolithic architecture as a key advantage. The report predicts the blockchain ecosystem will consolidate around a few platforms, with Solana poised to capture significant market share due to its seamless user experience, faster innovation, and enhanced security. Solana's growth is evidenced by its increasing unique address count, priority fees, and dominance in DEX volumes and new tokens. The report also highlights Solana's economic value capture and its implications for SOL token holders and the network's decentralization and security. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

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My Coinbase account got locked for always sending crypto to an external wallet for DeFi/DEX purposes (and haven’t send back to my Coinbase account since). So it probably got flagged as money laundering

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DEX is the solution, there you won't have to face such incompetent people.

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If you bouth at the date of this post, you'd alredy up x4, and we havent even launched yet on the DEX and MC still below 20mio but keeps hitting ATHs! Money printer. $HEGE

Mentions:#DEX#HEGE

How can a bitcoin DEX exist without smart contract capability?

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No, they have NFTs and meme coins. I can see the age of the wallet and history. It clearly shows multiple transactions on different DEX and CEX. Some I have never heard of. This new scanner is addicting. If you find out what Vitalik Buterins wallet address is, let me know. I want to scan it😂

Mentions:#DEX#CEX

You’ll pay a premium but you could use crypto ATMs You could always use Robinhood or one of the other apps that offers a few different tokens, withdraw after purchase and use a DEX or a non kyc CEX like MEXC to trade for whatever you want that isn’t offered in the app you used to purchase the original crypto. Use a VPN

Mentions:#DEX#CEX#VPN

#DeFi Con-Arguments Below is a DeFi con-argument written by TheTrueBlueTJ. > First published: [Here](https://www.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/comments/t5mmuj/general_concepts_defi_conarguments_march_2022/i9bo6f3/) > > # Intro > > I would now like to give my con arguments against using or engaging in decentralized finance (DeFi). Disclaimer: Primarily related to moons and closely related tokens, I have engaged with the DeFi ecosystem, such as with DEXes like Pancakeswap or testing out RCPSwap on the actual Reddit Arbitrum Testnet. [This comment](https://www.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/comments/t5mmtn/general_concepts_defi_proarguments_march_2022/) outlines my mostly positive view on DeFi. However, it also mentions something that DeFi is prone to: malicious bots. > > # Arguments > > **Sandwich attacks**: As explained in [this medium article](https://medium.com/coinmonks/defi-sandwich-attack-explain-776f6f43b2fd), sandwich attacks are a way for some malicious person to essentially front-run a user's transaction on a DEX (decentralized exchange). I have personally made the awful experience of dealing with such bots that continually monitor trading pairs on DEXes with low liquidity and prey on users making a trade that they consider valuable enough to be over a threshold to act on. Me and another user have also done some in-depth experimentation on that specific bot on Pancakeswap and come to the conclusion that they essentially never lose money, since they watch the mempool and can outbid any transaction that would cause them to be at a loss and simply pull out their "investment". The only way for them to lose money is to bait them into buying by buying yourself and being saved by slippage protection. Then waiting until they pull out after nothing happens for an hour. They would pretty much just lose the trading and transaction fees they paid. > > I think that sandwich attacks are a very bad thing for DeFi in the sense that they kind of gridlock smaller token trading pairs into discouraging users to buy. Because larger buyers notice that they are getting front-run every time, causing frustration. This essentially kills liquidity for a particular trading pair, while raking in good money from users who do not use slippage protection. Due to the nature of DeFi with emphasis on the decentralized part, nobody can really do anything against this, other than maybe validators blacklisting the addresses performing this attack. I feel like this is negative for DeFi in general and something to look out for. > > # Conclusion > > This argument kind of underlines the hypothesis that DeFi can be a wild west sometimes. Although this is what decentralization is about, these types of attacks should be mitigated or prevented somehow. Someone watching the mempool has a huge advantage over anyone else. ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_defi) to find submissions for other topics.

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* Relevant Cointest topics: [Uniswap](https://www.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_uniswap), [Ethereum](https://www.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_ethereum). * Official and related subreddits: r/DeFi, r/DEX, r/UniSwap, r/Pancakeswap, r/SushiSwap, r/Bisq, r/JustSwap. * Sort comments as controversial first by [clicking here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/1djxogb/seeking_feedback_on_algorand_based_defi_raffle/l9dzqvs/?sort=controversial). Doesn't work on mobile.

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Cara aqui no brasil, faça compras de bitcoin em corretoras DEX, compre em CEX apenas usdt é o unico jeito de deixar esse filho da puta do lula longe do nosso dinheiro

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The fee structure is public for all exchanges. Fiat deposits and withdrawals cost like 0.5€-1€ fix at binance. Trading cost from 0.0% - 0.1% Binance also has a tax tool that generates a file stating fee expenses on a given time period. Arbitrage may work between DEX and CEX, but not sure if it works well between CEX. I mean if you have lots of money you could even trade stable coins to fiat on both bid ans ask like 0.9999 - 1.0001 free of trading fees at binance.

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Check out Love/SOL on DEX Screener! https://dexscreener.com/solana/7i2FZvbGdzfEyTk6e7XfoDc8F89hzWXzK3o35zhiWwYR

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Check out Love/SOL on DEX Screener! https://dexscreener.com/solana/7i2FZvbGdzfEyTk6e7XfoDc8F89hzWXzK3o35zhiWwYR

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DEX perp trading offers potential benefits but comes with some risks. Do your research before diving in!

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Project just announced CEX and DEX trading will be available soon, I'm so ecstatic. Amazing news. If gas prices were not so high I would be buying more. Who else is having great success in the market so far with trades or projects?

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Join the best new project in crypto. New DEX with high quality CEX level of function and capability Join with my invite link [invite.eventhorizon.tech/Z1pQyoF](http://invite.eventhorizon.tech/Z1pQyoF) And we both will get bonus

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Join the best new project in crypto. New DEX with high quality CEX level of function and capability Join with my invite link [invite.eventhorizon.tech/Z1pQyoF](http://invite.eventhorizon.tech/Z1pQyoF) And we both will get bonus

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#DeFi Con-Arguments Below is a DeFi con-argument written by TheTrueBlueTJ. > First published: [Here](https://www.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/comments/t5mmuj/general_concepts_defi_conarguments_march_2022/i9bo6f3/) > > # Intro > > I would now like to give my con arguments against using or engaging in decentralized finance (DeFi). Disclaimer: Primarily related to moons and closely related tokens, I have engaged with the DeFi ecosystem, such as with DEXes like Pancakeswap or testing out RCPSwap on the actual Reddit Arbitrum Testnet. [This comment](https://www.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/comments/t5mmtn/general_concepts_defi_proarguments_march_2022/) outlines my mostly positive view on DeFi. However, it also mentions something that DeFi is prone to: malicious bots. > > # Arguments > > **Sandwich attacks**: As explained in [this medium article](https://medium.com/coinmonks/defi-sandwich-attack-explain-776f6f43b2fd), sandwich attacks are a way for some malicious person to essentially front-run a user's transaction on a DEX (decentralized exchange). I have personally made the awful experience of dealing with such bots that continually monitor trading pairs on DEXes with low liquidity and prey on users making a trade that they consider valuable enough to be over a threshold to act on. Me and another user have also done some in-depth experimentation on that specific bot on Pancakeswap and come to the conclusion that they essentially never lose money, since they watch the mempool and can outbid any transaction that would cause them to be at a loss and simply pull out their "investment". The only way for them to lose money is to bait them into buying by buying yourself and being saved by slippage protection. Then waiting until they pull out after nothing happens for an hour. They would pretty much just lose the trading and transaction fees they paid. > > I think that sandwich attacks are a very bad thing for DeFi in the sense that they kind of gridlock smaller token trading pairs into discouraging users to buy. Because larger buyers notice that they are getting front-run every time, causing frustration. This essentially kills liquidity for a particular trading pair, while raking in good money from users who do not use slippage protection. Due to the nature of DeFi with emphasis on the decentralized part, nobody can really do anything against this, other than maybe validators blacklisting the addresses performing this attack. I feel like this is negative for DeFi in general and something to look out for. > > # Conclusion > > This argument kind of underlines the hypothesis that DeFi can be a wild west sometimes. Although this is what decentralization is about, these types of attacks should be mitigated or prevented somehow. Someone watching the mempool has a huge advantage over anyone else. ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_defi) to find submissions for other topics.

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* Relevant Cointest topics: [Uniswap](https://www.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_uniswap), [Ethereum](https://www.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_ethereum). * Official and related subreddits: r/DeFi, r/DEX, r/UniSwap, r/Pancakeswap, r/SushiSwap, r/Bisq, r/JustSwap. * Sort comments as controversial first by [clicking here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/1dhu75k/is_perps_trading_on_defi_protocols_worth_it_cexs/?sort=controversial). Doesn't work on mobile.

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While yes, an exchange listing can be huge for a project for the reasons you mentioned - it can also do the opposite. The project spends a large sum of money to get listed (six figures for good exchanges) as well as paying their AMM to continue services post-listing. Meanwhile those that bought in on DEX or were given airdrops during the early stages dump on the CEX which makes the chart look awful - scaring away new investors.

Mentions:#AMM#DEX#CEX

#Aave Con-Arguments Below is a Aave con-argument written by strudelpower. > **Aave Con Arguments** > > > Aave ($AAVE), is a decentralised liquidity market protocol. To put it simple, the users of Aave protocol can participate as depositors or as borrowers while former provide liquidity and earn passive income, while latter have 2 options for borrowing: overcollaterised / perpetual and undercollaterised / one block liquidity. > All funds on Aave are stored in a smart contract that is secure, audited and completely open source! > AAVE token is, similar to many other DeFi protocols, used for governance and can be staked to provide further insurance for depositors. > > > Now let's head on to CON Arguments for Aave protocol. > > **Hacking** > Recent attacks on bridges, Decentralized Exchanges and more, make AAVE a very good looking target for hackers. The amount of chainss AAVE works on multiplies possible entry points for a hacker. In addition, AAVE is an opensource project which makes it easier for hackers to see the code and find the attack vectors. > > **Key Metrics in red** > Protocol revenue in last 30 days is down approx. 41% with only $0.3 million. Total revenue in the last month is a bit above 3 million, while the competitor TrueFi has almost double the revenue while MakerDAO is beating Aave TVL ($6b) at more than $9 billion locked. > > > **Multi chain juggler** > Aave is not limited to Ethereum or Polygon or a different chain. Aave currently supports all following chains: Ethereum, Avalanche, Optimism, Polygon, Arbitrum, Fantom and Harmony. Jill of all trades, master of none? > > > **Well-Decentralized** > Aave Protocol claims to be fully decentralized, with a community of more than 120,000 people who hold the voting rights. In addition to that, Aave Grants DAO, which is a community-led grants program, offers community to empower developers that they want to support. > > **Flash loan attacks** > Aave is a pioneer of Flash Loans but this brings another issue with it: Flash Loan Attacks. Flash loans allow user of the platform to borrow crypto without any capital. When borrowed, protocol gives you that amount of crypto but you are enforced by blockchain to pay it back. This opens a lot of ways for hackers to try and trick the protocol. > One of such attacks was in May 2021 on Pancake Swap which crashed it for over 95% of it's value. > > > Aave is a wonderful platform but in this day and time when hacks on such DEX are growing bigger and wilder..it makes one think if it's safe enough. > > > > *Sources for the post listed below* > https://coinmarketcap.com/alexandria/article/what-are-flash-loan-attacks > https://messari.io/protocol/aave-v3 > https://messari.io/protocol/aave-v2 > https://coincodex.com/article/10388/what-is-aave-heres-why-aave-is-one-of-the-leading-defi-protocols/ > https://defillama.com/protocol/aave > https://decrypt.co/resources/what-is-aave-inside-the-defi-lending-protocol > https://docs.aave.com/aavenomics/safety-module ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Aave) to find submissions for other topics.

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I think you could use a DEX for this.

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Just use a DEX to buy/trade coins. Use a CEX like CB as an onramp.

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Uniswap, it’s the biggest DEX.

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$SNG is hands down the simplest most efficient DEX I’ve ever used!

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# “The storm is coming, and there are two choices: get out of its way or learn to dance in the rain.” X: @BASEDJIGGLY DEXSCREENER: Check out BUFF/WETH on DEX Screener! [https://dexscreener.com/base/0x6eC8F93A765D763a2Cc8dF94E4445524C03Cb53E](https://dexscreener.com/base/0x6eC8F93A765D763a2Cc8dF94E4445524C03Cb53E)

Mentions:#WETH#DEX

Overly attached Memecoin https://preview.redd.it/a6fiwe5vnl6d1.jpeg?width=546&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=28f45314cbc7c8236c8e5983ddc033581c9139ef Check out Love/SOL on DEX Screener! [https://dexscreener.com/solana/7i2FZvbGdzfEyTk6e7XfoDc8F89hzWXzK3o35zhiWwYR](https://dexscreener.com/solana/7i2FZvbGdzfEyTk6e7XfoDc8F89hzWXzK3o35zhiWwYR)

Mentions:#SOL#DEX

How will they attack DEX's?

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I think that is the only thing holding back DEX exchanges from mass adoption (within the trading community). Limit orders would be a huge boost indeed but there are more good things that will come out of private autonomous transactions.

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A lot is happening behind the scenes, especially on Ethereum. What Ava Protocol is raising funds for could bring limit orders on DEX perpetuals all over the Ethereum ecosystem. This would be a massive improvement.

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Buying / selling / trading crypto on a DEX isn't off chain. Using a CEX is off chain, if you're just trading on the CEX.

Mentions:#DEX#CEX

# Best trading exchange 2024 I rely on the above factors: Technology, users, community, exclusive products, transaction fees |Exchange method|Exchanges|Trust level| |:-|:-|:-| || |DEX|DBOE, AEVO|✅ trustless| |P2P|Binance, Bybit,Paxful|✅ trustless| |Atomic swaps|Samourai Wallet, AtomicMonero, BasciSwapDEX|✅ escrow| |AMM (automatic market makers)|SeraiDEX, Maya, Thorchain|low for users / medium for liquidity providers (hacks)| |Electricity|XMRrig, Monero GUI, Grupax|✅ trustless|

Government is gonna be able to go back and track all these DEX txns some day. If you're evading taxes now, better hope your wallet isn't linked to any KYC CEX.

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There were 3 instances to get "free XRP", none were technically "airdrops" because that concept didn't exist(neither did ICO's, DEX's or Stablecoins) 2 of which were later invented by XRP. The 1st instance would of been on the creation of the genesis ledger, the entire supply was in a wallet and the private key to that wallet was posted in the public code base here https://github.com/XRPLF/rippled/blob/ffd453f7dd091b0499fd6ab964880c8268deead4/src/ripple/app/misc/NetworkOPs.cpp#L852-L854 Anyone could of taken as little or as much XRP as they liked at the time and many prominent people in the community at the time did (Roger ver, EX Kraken CEO Jesse) are some examples. At the time it was worth 0$, and people were taking it to experiment with the tech/ledger because it was a brand new consensus method. Also at the time its name would of been "XNS" as we can see from this code push which created the 100 Billion supply. https://github.com/XRPLF/rippled/commit/f0e3383856a8923e55b0f10e7822de9031b7159e it wouldnt be changed to "XRP" as we know it now until a few months later in late 2012 with this code push https://github.com/XRPLF/rippled/commit/d02356650108c110e706843574f731ad980c25d1 2nd time was when Ripple gave away XRP to anyone on the bitcoin talk forums for free in early 2013 https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=145506.0 the 3rd time would of been later in 2013 around may/june where they gave away XRP for free to people on facebook at the time for simply posting their address. This "idea" / instance of giving away XRP led to the one of the founders/creators eventually getting fired from his own company (Jed Mcaleb) which would lead to some lawsuits he would later lose and settle with Ripple.

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Mentions:#SOL#DEX

tldr; SushiSwap has rebranded as Sushi Labs, transitioning from a decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) to an autonomous company with a new council structure. This move aims to address growth and liquidity challenges by introducing a business model under Sushi Labs, which will operate under four councils: the Sushi High Kitchen, the Treasury Council, the Grants Council, and the Ambassador Council. Jared Grey, the managing director, believes this new structure and leveraging products like Route Processor will enhance liquidity on the Sushi DEX. The transition has sparked debate over its centralized nature, but Sushi maintains it's necessary for financial stability and improved liquidity management. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

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#Polygon Pro-Arguments Below is a Polygon pro-argument written by Shippior. > [Polygon](https://polygon.technology/)(Ticker: [MATIC](https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/polygon)) is an Ethereum Virtual Machine ([EVM](https://ethereum.org/en/developers/docs/evm/)). It is a sidechain from Ethereum for the solving the scaling problem that Ethereum has by offering faster and more cheap transactions by offering transaction to settle on the Polygon chain and to be later settled on the Ethereum chain. It was created in 2017 by an Indian based team as the Matic network and was later rebranded to Polygon. > > Polygon has a maximum supply of 10 billion tokens. The [total breakdown](https://www.coinbase.com/institutional/research-insights/research/tokenomics-review/polygon-matic-scaling-solutions#:~:text=Polygon's%20token%20MATIC%20is%20primarily,validator%20nodes%20to%20earn%20rewards.) of this supply is 19% Initial exchange offering, 16% to the team, 4% to advisors, 12% to staking rewards, 21.86% to the foundation and 23.33% for future investments in the ecosystem. This shows that there is a lot of funds available for development of the blockchain. This is also seen in the number of developers that chose to work on Polygon. The number of developers working on Polygon has grown to over 1100, which is 16x more than in [2018](https://twitter.com/theweb3sharma/status/1615592481047080961). > > Contrary to other blockchains, polygon is not just one blockchain but a number of blockchains under one hood, each of them focused on a different application. This allows Polygon to compete on several (almost all markets at the same time). It has prominent applications for DeFi, NFTs and [web3 gaming](https://techcrunch.com/2023/03/20/polygon-and-immutable-partner-to-help-onboard-more-gamers-and-developers-into-web3/). For instance it is at the moment a [very populair chain for NFTs] > (https://ambcrypto.com/polygons-nft-space-is-booming-as-trade-count-surges-thanks-to/) and many projects from other chains want to migrate to Polygon. At the moment it has roughly the same volume as [Solana, but both are still dwarfed by the NFT volume of ETH.]( > https://dune.com/rchen8/opensea) > > The most well-known DEXs on the Polygon chain are [Uniswap](https://app.uniswap.org/#/swap), [Quickswap](https://quickswap.exchange/#/) and [1Inch](https://app.1inch.io/#/137/simple/swap/MATIC/DAI). These are all very high profile DEXs. Because Polygon is based on Solidity, just like Ethereum, it is easy to implement it on a DEX that was originally built for Ethereum. This also helps the Polygon chain in general as contract or updates that are developped for Ethereum can be implemented with very little effort. Even if that was a problem, Polygon has currently the fastest growing [number of developers](https://dailyhodl.com/2023/01/19/polygon-cosmos-and-two-ethereum-rivals-have-surged-over-400-in-one-metric-says-crypto-firm/#:~:text=According%20to%20the%20report%2C%20Polygon,2%2C000%20and%20Solana%20about%202%2C250.). > > > Polygon has impressed several multinationals to host their web3 introductions. Starbucks has hosted their rewards program called [Starbucks Odyssey program](https://odyssey.starbucks.com/) on the chain. Reddit has chosen Polygon chain to host their [Avatar NFTs](https://decrypt.co/112783/reddit-nfts-surge-as-polygon-based-avatars-reach-millions-of-new-users) which has seen a large influx of new wallets for MATIC. > > Due to all the hype for MATIC it continues to grow. More than [11 million active wallets](https://polygon.technology/blog/polygon-insights-for-2022) were present in Q4 2022, an increase of 115% compared to Q4 2021. ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Polygon) to find submissions for other topics.

3 options: 1. CEX Kraken 2. DEX Sushi on Arbitrum Nova 3. DEX Camelot on Arbitrum One

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I mean, once you swap it through a DEX isn't it pretty much mixed with the rest of the liquidity pool?

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* Relevant Cointest topics:[Binance](https://www.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_binance), [Coinbase](https://www.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_coinbase), [CEX](https://www.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_cex), [USDT](https://www.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_tether). * Relevant subreddits: r/binance, r/Kraken, r/CoinBase, r/Crypto_com, r/DEX, r/ProofofStake. * Sort comments as controversial first by [clicking here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/1dcz2xn/ethereum_reserves_hit_8year_low_is_a_price_surge/l81aqac/?sort=controversial). Doesn't work on mobile.

Mentions:#CEX#USDT#DEX

* Relevant Cointest topics: [Uniswap](https://www.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_uniswap), [Ethereum](https://www.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_ethereum). * Official and related subreddits: r/DeFi, r/DEX, r/UniSwap, r/Pancakeswap, r/SushiSwap, r/Bisq, r/JustSwap. * Sort comments as controversial first by [clicking here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/1dco6q4/defi_protocol_uwu_lend_falls_victim_to_193m/?sort=controversial). Doesn't work on mobile.

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try Bisq, seems to be most popular DEX in this sub

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No-one can prevent you from owning so much money. If you're getting that amount in cash then your bank will under AML enforcement, probably ask you for an explanation and proof that the money is owed to you. If you send that cash from your bank account to a crypto exchange to buy Bitcoin then every bank seems to have different rules about that. So best to check what they are. Some banks won't allow it at all. If you're getting this money value Bitcoin and sending that to an exchange you'll have the same issues when you deposit and or sell the Bitcoin for Pounds. First the exchange could put your trading account on hold while they ask you to prove where you got it and why you got it. Then when you sell, if it's your first transaction, there's a waiting period before you can withdraw and then again when the cash goes from your trading account to your bank, your bank's more than likely going to ask for AML information even if it came from a registered crypto exchange. Nearly all payment processors for DEX or P2P services are blocked by UK banks. The govt only want you to use registered exchanges.

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Don't do it on CEX like binance if possible. If you have, move them out to a hard wallet if you can or you can try other ones like metamask or something to start. Don't worry there are plenty of information for you read up on before you try it. I mean CEX is good for a starter for you to get a feel of how to buy and sell and transfer. Once you're good, is time to go for DEX.

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There are some tokens right now that are in tokenizing stocks and other assets. Currently one that comes to mind is StrikeX. They should have great success because they are partly owned by CMC markets one of the pioneers in online trading. So this is a way for CMC markets to migrate their entire trading ecosystem to StrikeX producrs, so thats a guaranteed backing from a company thats currently in the public equities space/trading with users and daily trading volume. They also have their own DEX, Defi Wallet, and developing a Layer 1 blockchain and their products with be integrated all on their chain called Xchain. More in development. So I am looking at StrikeX very closely. The alternative is Swarm Markets which is also into the same however I feel long term they have a lot of hurdles to go over. Even though they are also one of the firsts to enter the tokenization of stocks, it will be a challenging road for them to convert actual users to trade using their platform compared to StrikeX that will already have a userbase onboard once their products roll out and then CMC markets migrates over. They are also worth checking out though. Those 2 right now are the 2 to watch in the space. X: @TradeStrikeBVI $STRX token Price.05cents 45m MC ~ X: @SwarmMarkets $SMT token Price: .80cents 60m MC~ Follow me on X: @defi_dru

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Chia flies under the radar here. Some dislike it because of outdated, inaccurate information regarding the ways its mined (farmed). Others are farmers who wanted to make a quick buck on it and watched the price action decline over the past couple years, but: Chia has what is most likely the most advanced NFT system of any blockchain. Because of its native coding language, ChiaLisp, the NFT system is capable of so much, and it's not just written into smart contracts. This includes built in on-chain royalties, decentralized IDs for strong proof of ownership/creation, as well as its built in Offers system. Offers is a on-chain function where you can trade any asset (coin or NFT) for any other asset on Chia without a DEX or middleman. One of the biggest goals of CNI (the company behind Chia) is the tokenization of real world assets. They have been working to bring the carbon credit system to Chia, and Gene Hoffman, the CEO, has spoken quite a bit about his desire to bring real estate, stock trading, and physical assets to the chain, among other things. It's also considered the most decentralized chain by node count and has some great minds behind the tech, including founder Bram Cohen, the creator of Bittorent. Also uses an interesting PoW inspired PoST, which farms using hard drives instead of ASICs. Very interesting blockchain. No guarantee the price action will be as solid as some other projects, but the tech is certainly there.

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Can you use a DEX like Pancakeswap?

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#Tether Pro-Arguments Below is a Tether pro-argument written by Nostalg33k. > # Tether, criticized but stable. > > ​ > > Tether is always the bane of all jokes. USDT despite some problems of transparency is still the best stablecoin. Let's dive in. > > ​ > > # What is a USDT or Tether: A Stablecoin > > While we argue about USDT maybe you need a reminder: USDT is a cryptocurrency (it is on blockchains and works through these digital un-modifiable ledgers) and its value is correlated to a currency which is the dollar. Therefore the name Stablecoin. While this cointest is about Tether, you need to understand the advantages of stablecoins. > > While we are waiting for a cointest about stablecoins as a whole, here is the jist of it. > > 1) Stablecoins allow you to trade without returning to your fiat. > > Stablecoins are a way to circumvent profit declarations. Trading crypto is already complicated as it is, trading crypto is very fast paced and trading crypto relies on stablecoins. The reliance on stablecoin is due to taxable events: Selling a part of your folio for fiat leads to a taxable event. If you are not planning to put money out or to try to get your losses written as a loss (which may backfire later but you do you) then you should rely on stablecoins. Trading in a USDT pair does not (yet) create a taxable event. So go yolo out there ! > > 2) Fast paced liquidity which is digitally managed by a blockchain. > > Stablecoins have the advantages of being highly liquid and being secured by blockchain. > > 3) Swapping for a stable dollar value on your Ledger. > > If you are a fan of DEX, these platform do not have a fiat ramp, so if you want to go back to a dollar valued coin which is not suffering from unstable market conditions => stablecoins. > > # The main argument is liquidity. > > While trust in Tether is lacking, anyone knows that you can transit by Tether without risking a depeg. Users have seen UST and other stable coins crumble while Tether stays standing. With a daily volume close to its circulating supply, you can trust USDT if you have to buy it or sell it. Some will be sold and bought as you need it. > > [The data of this stablecoin is showing that you can trust it](https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/tether/) > > # The backbone of the industry. > > If you want to support the Crypto industry as a whole, USDT is the stablecoin to hold. By holding USDC you are propping up Coinbase and Bitcoin, by holding BUSD you are propping up Binance. USDT is universal right now. It is the common stablecoin which is on all platforms. Yes it has links with bitfinex but it is more generalized than other stablecoins. > > ​ > > # Nice Staking rates for small bag holders. > > A lot of platforms such as [Binance](https://www.binance.com/en/earn/usdt) offer good rates for staking USDT. Which means that you can be paid for supporting the crypto industry as a whole. This staking is safer than other cryptos since your main investment stays pegged to the dollar which has been shown to be the ultimate commodity in our inflationary cycle. > > ​ > > # Tether like any crypto can be sent from a user to another. > > USDT can be your way to send money to your friend. USDT is free to move (you still have to pay the blockchain fees). This part can be a way to on-ramp your friend into the crypto ecosystem. You can send them some money on their newly created wallet and show them the way stablecoins work. > > ​ > > # Conclusion: Advantages of a stablecoin and of market domination makes Tether the best one. > > Often people are speaking about USDT saying it should crumble under its own weight. They don't realize that the volume of USDT is so high that a large part of the market cap is actually exchanging hands. If tomorrow 20 billions or more are slashed directly from people's pockets this would create the biggest bloodbath in crypto history. Tether has become to huge to fail and its liquidity makes it the best one for users. > > It has all the advantages of a stablecoin and you should be able to trust it. It has existed for nearly 10 years and will surely exist for 10 years more ! ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Tether) to find submissions for other topics.

When I started here 4 years ago, I was just a CEX holder. Moons gave me a risk free opportunity to discover and understand the world of DeFi. Since then, I've done all sorts of things from native staking, to DEX liquidity provision, interacting with newer networks to received airdrops for my efforts. Thanks Moons!

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Number DEX pools on Ethereum L2 is skyrocketing: [source](https://x.com/Uniswap/status/1798732990568091914)

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If anyone is still looking out for a non-KYC exchange obviously other than the DEX then you can check out Bingx and Blofin. Bingx has good liquidity too. Blofin is a relatively new exchange but serves the purpose. For the long term, I would recommend getting used to the DEX'es. They're the future. :)

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About one year ago I bought a DEX coin (on FTM), it did 100x today. If I had better timing it could be 300x, it's possible people, you just gota be extremly patient

Mentions:#DEX#FTM

You should just try to make the swap again, using the DEX interface with the **exact same amount** you tried initially. There is a chance the website will recognize you are already halfway done and continue with the right step. Broadcasting a manual transaction isn't that hard - you can do it from the block explorer actually. The hard part is finding the correct input date and I'm not sure if I could make you this transaction. But if you manage to make a another swap for a very low amount (like the test you did for 1 OP) I could at least evaluate if its hard or easy by comparing two successful transactions.

Mentions:#DEX#OP

So, just making sure you look in the right spot: In Metamask, on Optimism network, you see no failed or incompelte transaction in the "Activity" tab? Then the next step would be: Go to the DEX, and enter the same amount you entered with your initial transaction (most likely 0**.**033 ETH) and see if it tries to start from the beginning or maybe picks up where you left last time. If that also doesn't work, there might be a possibility to manually call the execute command - but the input data for this will be pretty complicated, as it includes routing and a lot of possible inputs (29 in your successful tx)...

Mentions:#DEX#ETH

Firstly, thanks for the support and love - always appreciated! The dev team have moved away from giving expected dates for release, and instead publish a much more granular and detailed priority list of work being done - for the wallet, you can see that roadmap here: [https://docs.radixdlt.com/docs/roadmap](https://docs.radixdlt.com/docs/roadmap) As you will note, Radix Connect for Mobile is the next milestone feature, which means users will be able to connect to dApps on their mobile device without needing to use a desktop. Overall, in the "[completed](https://docs.radixdlt.com/docs/complete)" items of the wallet roadmap, you can see a lot has already been delivered since the wallet launch in September 2023 (and we're already on version 1.5). Re Oracle use cases, the big one coming is [Surge.trade](http://Surge.trade), a perpetuals DEX that is launching in the summer. That isn't off-chain though, things like NFT ticketing the on-chain features are already there - just need a developer/entrepreneur to launch a project doing it.

Mentions:#DEX#NFT

So, I'm certainly not an expert with multi chain transfers, but I tried to look into it. You interacted with the Optimism Gateway (0x99C9fc46f92E8a1c0deC1b1747d010903E884bE1), calling the "bridgeETHTo" (0xe11013dd) function. You can find this function if you look into the writeable proxy functions on the block explorer [here](https://etherscan.io/address/0x99c9fc46f92e8a1c0dec1b1747d010903e884be1#writeProxyContract). There is an additional description which seems to fit your problem (You have to click on the right function to expand the tab): >**Sends ETH to a receiver's address on the other chain. Note that if ETH is sent to a smart contract and the call fails, the ETH will be temporarily locked in the StandardBridge on the other chain until the call is replayed. If the call cannot be replayed with any amount of gas (call always reverts), then the ETH will be permanently locked in the StandardBridge on the other chain. ETH will also be locked if the receiver is the other bridge, because finalizeBridgeETH will revert in that case.** Can you still see the rejected tx in Metamask? Maybe you can just replay it from there, of course you have to add some ETH for gas first. Otherwise you could try if the DEX that initated the bridging process would pick up where you failed last time if you just try it agai, make sure to use the exact same parameters.

Mentions:#ETH#DEX

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Mentions:#SOL#DEX

* Relevant Cointest topics: [Uniswap](https://www.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_uniswap), [Ethereum](https://www.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_ethereum). * Official and related subreddits: r/DeFi, r/DEX, r/UniSwap, r/Pancakeswap, r/SushiSwap, r/Bisq, r/JustSwap. * Sort comments as controversial first by [clicking here](/r/CryptoMarkets/comments/1d78gso/defi_borrower_behavior_in_the_spotlight_after_bis/?sort=controversial). Doesn't work on mobile.

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#Tether Pro-Arguments Below is a Tether pro-argument written by Nostalg33k. > # Tether, criticized but stable. > > ​ > > Tether is always the bane of all jokes. USDT despite some problems of transparency is still the best stablecoin. Let's dive in. > > ​ > > # What is a USDT or Tether: A Stablecoin > > While we argue about USDT maybe you need a reminder: USDT is a cryptocurrency (it is on blockchains and works through these digital un-modifiable ledgers) and its value is correlated to a currency which is the dollar. Therefore the name Stablecoin. While this cointest is about Tether, you need to understand the advantages of stablecoins. > > While we are waiting for a cointest about stablecoins as a whole, here is the jist of it. > > 1) Stablecoins allow you to trade without returning to your fiat. > > Stablecoins are a way to circumvent profit declarations. Trading crypto is already complicated as it is, trading crypto is very fast paced and trading crypto relies on stablecoins. The reliance on stablecoin is due to taxable events: Selling a part of your folio for fiat leads to a taxable event. If you are not planning to put money out or to try to get your losses written as a loss (which may backfire later but you do you) then you should rely on stablecoins. Trading in a USDT pair does not (yet) create a taxable event. So go yolo out there ! > > 2) Fast paced liquidity which is digitally managed by a blockchain. > > Stablecoins have the advantages of being highly liquid and being secured by blockchain. > > 3) Swapping for a stable dollar value on your Ledger. > > If you are a fan of DEX, these platform do not have a fiat ramp, so if you want to go back to a dollar valued coin which is not suffering from unstable market conditions => stablecoins. > > # The main argument is liquidity. > > While trust in Tether is lacking, anyone knows that you can transit by Tether without risking a depeg. Users have seen UST and other stable coins crumble while Tether stays standing. With a daily volume close to its circulating supply, you can trust USDT if you have to buy it or sell it. Some will be sold and bought as you need it. > > [The data of this stablecoin is showing that you can trust it](https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/tether/) > > # The backbone of the industry. > > If you want to support the Crypto industry as a whole, USDT is the stablecoin to hold. By holding USDC you are propping up Coinbase and Bitcoin, by holding BUSD you are propping up Binance. USDT is universal right now. It is the common stablecoin which is on all platforms. Yes it has links with bitfinex but it is more generalized than other stablecoins. > > ​ > > # Nice Staking rates for small bag holders. > > A lot of platforms such as [Binance](https://www.binance.com/en/earn/usdt) offer good rates for staking USDT. Which means that you can be paid for supporting the crypto industry as a whole. This staking is safer than other cryptos since your main investment stays pegged to the dollar which has been shown to be the ultimate commodity in our inflationary cycle. > > ​ > > # Tether like any crypto can be sent from a user to another. > > USDT can be your way to send money to your friend. USDT is free to move (you still have to pay the blockchain fees). This part can be a way to on-ramp your friend into the crypto ecosystem. You can send them some money on their newly created wallet and show them the way stablecoins work. > > ​ > > # Conclusion: Advantages of a stablecoin and of market domination makes Tether the best one. > > Often people are speaking about USDT saying it should crumble under its own weight. They don't realize that the volume of USDT is so high that a large part of the market cap is actually exchanging hands. If tomorrow 20 billions or more are slashed directly from people's pockets this would create the biggest bloodbath in crypto history. Tether has become to huge to fail and its liquidity makes it the best one for users. > > It has all the advantages of a stablecoin and you should be able to trust it. It has existed for nearly 10 years and will surely exist for 10 years more ! ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Tether) to find submissions for other topics.

Looking to load up on some more L1X. It’s only listed on BitMart and LBank right now. Will be listed on MEXC here in a week or 2. The L1DEX hasn’t been launched, yet, so unable to buy on the L1X chain. I was able to grab some last night and this morning. I’ll continue DCA this week to load up.

Mentions:#DEX#DCA

Well crow with knife is an excellent choice for investment, I along with others have gotten massive gains with this underrated gem, come fly with us!! https://discord.com/invite/aswzjhhF Check out CAW/WCRO on DEX Screener! https://dexscreener.com/cronos/0xc7a139C804a3BBDfe90D32C100DfFeCA1a2F735c

Mentions:#CAW#WCRO#DEX

The only way I can see those is on DEX screener and I have no idea how to use it or using bots . Even so I would like to learn as much as I can , I’m “disabled” (I have CRPS) and working through excruciating pain because I have no other choice so I really need these inevestments to go up decent . And of course right when I bought link it’s dropping now

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If you use Coinbase, try Coinbase Pro. The fees I believe are comparable to Kraken Pro. In general, I'd say those two are the overall best in the USA as far as CEXs go. As far as DEXs, we'll, I'd use the largest / most notable that have the coins/chains you want to use. Avoid the obscure / tiny DEXs, and in general, only connect wallets that have fewer funds i.e. have multiple wallets and keep the bulk of your hot wallet tokens on a wallet you never connect to anything, and just use throwaway wallets for DEX connections. Used a cold storage self custody solution like a Ledger (not necessarily Ledger, but something like that) for longer term storage of coins you won't trade often.

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#DEX Con-Arguments Below is a DEX con-argument written by Nostalg33k. > # DEX: A contradiction to mass adoption. > > DEXes are a big part of the crypto economy, yet they have a lot of problems. I will present the main problems with dexes: The complexity of the legal ramifications, the liquidity problems and finally the lack of on-ramp system. > > # Introduction: > > Decentralized exchanges are systems allowing people to directly swap a cryptocurrency for another cryptocurrency. > > Main examples include PancakeSwap, SushiSwap, UniSwap and RcpSwap. These platforms mostly work through Liquidity providers (LP) and Yield Farming through transactions fees. > > While they can be usefull depending on your use of cryptocurrencies, they can also have issues which aren't going to be fixed anytime soon. > > ​ > > # 1) The obvious legal problems > > ​ > > There are obvious legal problems inherent to P2P trading. You don't know who will be using your P2P system. Since Dexes don't comply with KYC they can work with unlawful parties such as but not limited with sanctionned countries, organized crime, terrorists, hackers and your shady government officials. > > As a liquidity provider, are your lending your money to offer trading services? Are you offering banking services to people if you allow them to lend money to others. There are far reaching implications raised by Dexes. One can only wonder how long until they are regulated out of existence because they seem like the dark alley of the crypto space. > > ​ > > # 2) Liquidity providers, the true bag holding strategy. > > Liquidity providers are the key to the inner working of Dexes. In order to have enough tokens to allow trading, you need to have enough liquidity in both sides of the pair. Obviously you can use more complex paths (A token for B, B for C and C for D when the custommer wanted to do A to D) if there is no liquidity in a given pair. > > Liquidity providers can see a pool be drained of one side of the tokens and the other side can depreciate leaving people with massive losses. > > Lastly a pool can be drained because of an exploit. > > All these risks are faced solely by the liquidity providers. While CEXes are also vulnerable to exploits, they are more safely managed through assurance and reserves in multiple assets (non crypto assets) > > # 3) Dexes will never popularize enough. > > Dexes are a niche tool, yes they have a looooot of value locked in their liquidity pools BUT a lot of our tokens aren't really liquid (Spoiler: there is not a trillion dollars in crypto currencies, the market cap is far from reflecting the liquidity of our assets). I'd argue that their big numbers are a trap. They are actually incapable of becoming popular for the common man. > > Most people will not want to have to go through multiple plateforms to check prices and liquidity; they don't want to worry about slippage and they just want a smooth experience. > > While CEX are not protecting them from these problems, they allow for a smooth ride and for people without technical knowledge to buy and send cryptocurrencies. > > The lack of on-ramp to transform USD or EUR into crypto is the final nail in a sturdy coffin. > > ​ > > # Conclusion: DEXes are only good for power users. > > I'd argue that in this small essay I haven't provided reason to turn your back to Dexes. But the lack of simplicity means that the average investor may not need to know much about Dexes and can stay using CEX and their own wallet to really own their crypto (not your seed not your coins) > > If you have to use a DEX ask yourself, could you do the same in a CEX? If the answer is yes, then most people in your situation would prefer the simplicity of a CEX. ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_DEX) to find submissions for other topics.

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#DEX Pro-Arguments Below is a DEX pro-argument written by excalilbug. > The biggest advantage of Decentralized Exchanges is already mentioned in the name – they are **decentralized**. What does it exactly mean? If an exchange is truly decentralized it: > > ​ > > * Does not store your assets or personal data = it is **private** and people control their funds. You yourself are responsible for your finances > * There is no one individual or small group of individuals who have full control of the exchange and there is no one point of failure = just like in (healthy) democracy everyone has a say in every decision and the **exchange can't be shut down so easily** (because its "servers" are spread around the world) > * There is **free access** = you don't have to go through KYC, so not only it is more private than centralized exchanges but also no one can stop you from accessing the exchange from anywhere you live. No KYC also keeps you **save from personal data leaks**. If CEX is hacked, your personal data might be leaked. And since you upload your ID there together with a lot of personal data such leaks are very dangerous > * There are **no middlemen** = all transactions are made directly between buyers and sellers > > ​ > > The last point gives decentralized crypto exchanges a big advantage because – let's be honest – what people care most about is not decentralization or privacy – it is money. By removing the middleman DEXes can take much **lower fees**. DEXes can also save money on customer support, lawyer teams, marketing and many other things. That is why using DEXes is usually cheaper. Of course it all depends on liquidity of assets. But with time – as DEXes become easier to use and more popular (hopefully) – the liquidity will stop being a problem for most assets > > And it is hard to overstate the other important aspect of decentralized exchanges – **TRANSPARENCY**. > > Centralized Exchanges - especially the big ones – can manipulate the market. For example today most trades take place on Binance. This is very, very bad. Because if Binance isn't transparent (and it isn't) it can easily manipulate the market when it generates as much as 70% of total volume (n the case of Bitcoin Binance exchange is responsible for 98% of all spot trading volume - [https://cryptoslate.com/binance-takes-over-98-of-all-bitcoin-spot-trading-volume/](https://cryptoslate.com/binance-takes-over-98-of-all-bitcoin-spot-trading-volume/) \- whenever I'm reminded of Binance dominance I just wish it was Binance that collapsed instead of FTX. The market would crash much harder but in long term it could be very positive – see: Mt Gox). > > In the case of DEXes everyone is equal. Everyone can see all the trades that were made. Everyone can see market orders. **Everyone has the same data available**. CEXes can give only part of that data or even hide much of it. Then they can use it to their advantage (market manipulation, inside trading). > > Another important thing we need to remember is that Decentralized Exchanges are still a new concept. This might of course mean that it will all go to trash. But I prefer to think positively – I believe that there are many incredible **innovations awaiting us** and the concept of DEX and Decentralized Finance (DeFi) will succeed. I believe there will be many talented developers and visionaries who will come up with wonderful ideas and more and more people will start using DEXes. Eventually all centralized exchanges (both crypto and traditional) will be finally challenged and there will be more balance in the world of finance… > Let's keep our fingers crossed > > **TL;DR** – no middleman, no KYC, no centralized power who can freeze your assets whenever it wants, privacy, transparency, lower fees, innovative, the more popular, the more secure, can bring more balance to the world of finance, harder to manipulate the market because everyone has access to the same amount of information > > ​ > > Sources: > > [https://cointelegraph.com/defi-101/what-are-decentralized-exchanges-and-how-do-dexs-work](https://cointelegraph.com/defi-101/what-are-decentralized-exchanges-and-how-do-dexs-work) > > [https://www.coinbase.com/pl/learn/crypto-basics/what-is-a-dex](https://www.coinbase.com/pl/learn/crypto-basics/what-is-a-dex) > > And other Cointest arguments (both pro and con) ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_DEX) to find submissions for other topics.

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DEX {{pros}} & {{cons}} with related info are in the collapsed comments below.

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Yes, that sounds logical. I can look into DEX and can alot smaller portion. Would you mind sharinf AI projects you think are better to hold for this run?

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Here's the actual link to the DEX btw: [https://dexscreener.com/solana/d1yr4ttq3vyngzn91y1kigctuevshkppuxop7jwdb1j7](https://dexscreener.com/solana/d1yr4ttq3vyngzn91y1kigctuevshkppuxop7jwdb1j7)

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There's no such thing. Honestly you are asking the impossible. You don't want bitcoin because it won't do a 5x to make your lists back. Fine, I get it, but the highest the potential reward, the higher the risk. There no such thing as a no-risk guaranteed 10 X If there were, everyone would buy it. I was only asking if you used DEX because I know it a couple of small AI tokens that should do well. But obviously there's a risk and I'm just saying that to cover myself

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Do you know how to buy stuff on DEX? Higher risk but better gains if it pays off.

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These are the exchanges allowed to offer Bitcoin trading in the UK using GBP. Coinbase, Bitstamp, Revolut/RevolutX, Uphold, Kraken, Coinjar, eToro. There are probably a few more but these are the most popular. You can use most DEXs or p2p trading but most UK bank and card services will prevent you from depositing or withdrawing cash. Also coins coming from a DEX/p2p onto a regulated exchange will probably cause your trading account to be closed.

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Ah ok nevermind then, I thought you were launching on ETH. I would be more focused on the marketing of your project, even if it’s only listed on Areodrome or Bunnyswap or some other Base DEX. Then if it starts gaining some traction, you worry about getting your pool set up on Uniswap. Yes Uniswap has the traffic, but that isn’t going to matter if you’re not marketing properly and you’ll end up losing money.

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Because uniswap supports base chain transactions and it has a big name that the average person just getting starting a decentralized wallet would trust over something most people haven’t heard about. What would be a better alternative on base chain? The DEX it’s currently listed is on base already

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This regulation automatically **presumes you are guilty**, of what they are not very clear about. Just because it was bought anonymously, peer-to-peer or using a DEX service, shouldn't be sufficient cause to deprive you of the right to transact.

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look If you use both DEX and Ce X its important to understand why so many people get their bags frozen by cex so you know how to avoid it yourself https:\/\/www.reddit.com\/r\/CryptoAssist\/comments\/1cvpuxu\/how_anti_money_laundring_aml_system_works_and_how\/

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