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DEX that fulllfill all checkmarks?

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Yo cryptofam, check it, DPEX is on a mad run, sitting at a measly $315K cap (lol, rank 2510 on CMC) but eyeing GMX’s beefy $481M (#95, bros). Big brain play: DPEX gonna expand chains, and the GMX crowd will hop on. It’s crystal for us cypherpunks, but normies might miss the train. https://dpex.io/

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At 50x Leverage in DeFi markets like AllArk and GNX, you could have turned $100 into $5400 in this Pump

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GMX Bags Biggest Chunk of $40M ARB Grant as Voting Ends

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GMX trader, who made almost $500K in realized PnL across just 5 trades now holds a $1.46M long position, entered at an ETH price of 1,629. [Address in the comment]

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Short with leverage on GMX: how liquidation prices are calculated?

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Short with leverage on GMX: how liquidation prices are calculated?

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$8 Million in Crypto & NFTs Mysteriously Burned. "The anonymous trader destroyed $3.3 million worth of the crypto tokens GMX and GNS, including several and very expensive NFTs, which comes just a few days after he also, without explanation, burned approximately $4.5 million in assets"

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Quickswap is developing the first decentralized Perps Exchange on Kava. It's launching soon and it will have a token ($KFI)

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GMX Launches v2 Beta & Introduces New Assets For Trading

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A look at the og dog coin's chart

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SpoolFi V2: The new face of institutional-grade Defi

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Perp trading in the US, best platform?

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Alpaca Protocol Presale

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GMX: one of Avalanche’s most active DEXs

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A single trader short sold $13M in ETH, aggressively shorting since the rise from just above $1700. They just got liquidated on $12M of the position today after ETH passed $1953. After getting rekt, they actually increased leverage from 7x to 30x on remaining $1M, which will be liquidated at $1999

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Are CEX's Actually Less Risky? DEX's still have no options to manage risk on your holdings (aka stop orders on swaps)

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Synthetix trading volume overtakes GMX, but is the DEX token rally sustainable?

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Don't come near Future if you haven't touched it. Future could mess you up badly...

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PulseChain is launching within 7 days. Here's how you can claim your free airdrop, and bridge value back

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Which DEX do you think will be more successful in the next bull run?

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Satoshi Nakamoto Identity GMX Email Account

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Morphex perp dex hits fantom!

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Whale just opened a 53x long ($13M) on Btc and 34x long on Eth ($1.2M) on chain

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Explained: What is Bridging and How Does it Work? (Bridge ETH to Arbitrum, zkSync, etc.)

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USDT-Margined ARB, MAGIC, GMX, PERP and LRC are now up on Kucoin for a competition!

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UPDATE: A Week After Getting Hacked for 300k - Cashing Out at a KYC Exchange

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Crypto Exchange GMX Proposes Deployment on Coinbase's Base Blockchain

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Crypto Exchange GMX Proposes Deployment on Coinbase's Base Blockchain

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The Danger of Trading with Leverage Trading, March 2023 Edition

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Decentralized derivatives platform Perpetual Protocol slashes trading fees to zero, and increases maximum leverage to 75:1, in bid to reclaim market share from rivals DYDX and GMX

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A simple layer-2 app is earning more in fees than every blockchain

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GMX feasting on volatility today tops Ethereum in fees

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cool another AMA instead of commenting multiple generic AI-generated questions (like certain users...), I'll be focusing on asking stuff based on your docs. From what I can see, JayX aims to provide basically everything an CEX would do (spot, margin, etc.) but **whats the main distinguishing feature of this platform** between DyDx, which also uses ZK-proofs and is multichain. Or GMX, which provides derivatives. firstly, your ecosystem has multiple tokens and NFTs which is all very confusing. And none of them are even launched yet. $SEED - the "utility" token, like a CEX's token, has multiple use cases, can be converted into JAY $JAY - the "governance" token. EGG, BIRD, a Mockingjay, and Hammer NFTs, all for garnering more rewards. **Whats the point of fracturing utility into different tokens and NFTs? Why not just consolidate everything into one main token and NFT to make it less confusing?** now, for the actual platform itself... So far, JayX seems to only be a spot market in demo mode, so some of my observations may change but please bear with me. JayX really likes to show off the decentralized order book. Looking into it, the spread is horrific (1000 buck or 1.5% difference between bid and ask on BTC alone). For some reason, there are filled orders being shown that are filled at current price... somehow, **despite none of these orders even appearing on the orderbook itself.** If I place a limit order in the middle of the spread, it gets filled, but takes a while to do so. Even with the filled orders list showing prices lower than my limit buy and/or higher than my limit sell. If I place a market order, it takes only the orders from the orderbook, which also includes the horrible spread. On the topic of orders, placing orders seems hard and with 0 ways to edit it. No way to specify types of orders (GTC, FOK, and others), no way to set TP or SL, trailing stops, etc. **Any plans to add advanced orders in the future?** **Why is it like this? Is it a liquidity issue or this is the intended way that orders work on the orderbook?** **How do you plan on attracting liquidity when the platform actually launches?** And to top it all of, your docs state that there will be "voluntary" KYC and AML thru third-party verifiers. **Whats the point of having it voluntary?** So, the platform seems underdeveloped for something that quote: "challenges the foundations of traditional financial systems". If you can deliver on these promises, then JayX can surely become one of the biggest decentralized trading platforms, but for now, it looks like just a primitive dYdX.

Lending markets (like AAVE), exchanges (like UniSwap), derivative markets (like GMX), yield markets (like Pendle), RWAs (like Maker), oracles (like Chainlink), prediction markets (like Azuro), etc… all generate insane amounts of real yield. People are using them because they’re profitable financial products. Those of us who actually understand how DeFi works don’t give a single shit about Youtube influencers, Solana meme coins or ape NFTs. We’re using on-chain financial tooling to generate revenue the same way that we would off-chain.

Mentions:#AAVE#GMX

If I were you I would do this on chain using a perpetual futures platform like GMX. You can use ETH as collateral and earn funding fees while you hold positions opposite the market. It’s crazy cheaper than any centralized exchange

Mentions:#GMX#ETH

The protocol’s, but the loan gets taken and paid back within the same block so it feels instantaneous, like any other transaction. Summer 2023 I was making decent money with a custom coded script doing flashloan arb on Synthetix, GMX, dYdX and a few others. The flashloan game has been completely saturated by industrial sized bot networks and the protocols themselves, not even worth it.

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1. As it has been only about a month since launch, there are no directly compatible protocol contracts. we plan to offer APIs and engage in various collaborations with affiliates, so we believe next step will not take long. Our goal is to become a central infrastructure and standard in the on-chain options field, similar to the Eigen Layer in the LST sector, as we can interface with various DeFi Options Vaults and structured products. 2. When traders sell options using their underlying assets as collateral, the platform immediately pays for the option sales and holds the collateral assets within the contract. Users can reclaim their collateral assets upon settlement, depending on the payoff. Additionally, positions can be closed at any time through the Close function. 3. At now, we do not offer these features. The functionalities seem more suited to spot and perpetual trades rather than options trading, and therefore, they are not our highest priority at the moment. However, in the long term, we plan to introduce various features, including those you mentioned, to enhance user convenience and facilitate smoother tradings. 4. Of course, we are ready to offer a variety of Altcoin Options. 5. The Grant from Arbitrum Foundation symbolizes the market’s genuine need for pioneering services that bring unprecedented value to the ecosystem; Short -term perspective Moby aims to become the market-meta-driving protocol for on-chain options in 2024 as did GMX for on-chain perpetual futures in 2021 Moby is bring the following differentiate values to the market: - Radically reduced trade cost and Greeks risk with Dynamic Spread Model - Internally developed options pricing and SLE (Synchronized Liquidity Engine) - On-chain structured products & RWA applicability - Unparalleled capital efficiency (\~ 180X higher compared to existing DEXs) - No liquidation at ultra high leverage (\~1,000X) 6. Other financial assets like stocks are not our highest priority as altcoins and other crypto assets. However, if there is significant demand in the long term, we plan to support them as well. We keep an eye on the RWA (Real-World Assets) sector. 7. We are currently development, targeting completion within this quarter. In addition to supporting a mobile version, we plan to add and improve various UX/UI features for user convenience.

4. The Grant from Arbitrum Foundation symbolizes the market’s genuine need for pioneering services that bring unprecedented value to the ecosystem; Short -term perspective Moby aims to become the market-meta-driving protocol for on-chain options in 2024 as did GMX for on-chain perpetual futures in 2021 Moby is bring the following differentiate values to the market: - Radically reduced trade cost and Greeks risk with Dynamic Spread Model - Internally developed options pricing and SLE (Synchronized Liquidity Engine) - On-chain structured products & RWA applicability - Unparalleled capital efficiency (\~ 180X higher compared to existing DEXs) - No liquidation at ultra high leverage (\~1,000X)

Mentions:#GMX#RWA

GMX Decentralized perpetual options on ETH L2 (Arb) and Avalanche.

Mentions:#GMX#ETH

🔴 2015 - You missed $XRP 🔴 2016 - You missed $ETH 🔴 2017 - You missed $ADA 🔴 2018 - You missed $BNB 🔴 2019 - You missed $LINK 🔴 2020 - You missed $DOT 🔴 2021 - You missed $SHIB 🔴 2022 - You missed $GMX 🔴 2023 - You missed $BONK 🟢 In 2024, don't miss $POWSCHE

Imagine it is 1988 and everything you have to use is a password dict. GMX could possibly know more about satoshi.

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I mean, yes, my first account was GMX, but when I wanted to stay anonymous back then, I used mail.ru, so perhaps same thing happened here 😂

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Wait, he had a GMX email account? Wasn't this like only a German thing back then? Guess that might narrow down his/her identity?

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GMX was using German Servers at the time and German Law protects privacy more than most. GMX at the time was a good move.

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He used GMX lol, kind of noob move? can’t we get gmx to release all his emails their logs and find his IPs at that time, and who lived at those addresses?

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Or just stake BTC in GMX. 9 percent APR, sometimes more. If its not doing anything else, this is the safest way imo.

Mentions:#BTC#GMX

Or just stake BTC in GMX. 9 percent APR, sometimes more. If its not doing anything else, this is the safest way imo.

Mentions:#BTC#GMX

GMX, gTrade, Hyperliquid, DYDX, etc... there are tons of perp DEXs.

Mentions:#GMX#DYDX

AlgodTrading: Won famous Do Kwon bet, shilled for GMX before it rose, shilled TAO before it giga-rose. Sketchy and contentious fellow, though - got his funds off of FTX via questionable means and got started shilling low-cap garbage (like many influencers, to be fair). GCRClassic: Goes without saying, he's worshipped by all of CT for correctly calling tops. Basically retired, but he did tweet just the other day. CryptoDonAlt: Bought the BTC '22 bottom with conviction. Not afraid to say when he thinks the risk/reward is not worth it. That's only three, but those are the only three I really like. Then of course you should follow the really famous people like Vitalik, Elon, Saylor. And the pages for any coins you're holding.

Biggest DEX on Arbitrum GMX does. GMX token for 30% ish of the fees, then you can get specific GM pool tokens for the other 70%

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GMX had 10 million user accounts in 2002

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I use GMX too, are you saying I am also that Stephen guy and Satoshi? Or perhaps more likely...lots of people use GMX?

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we know his p2pfoundation account was breached and his GMX, so it's not clear who posted the Dorian message.

Mentions:#GMX

He paid for the domain using cash most likely, he posted on the forums using Tor, he connected to IRC using Tor, he used fully anonymous email providers like AnonymousSpeech and GMX... You think he'd post under his real name, after going to all those lengths to stay anonymous?

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It's known he used Tor. He connected to IRC via Tor. The owner of Bitcoin Forum said he only connected via Tor. Once, an IP possibly belonging to him was leaked when someone (maybe Hal) sent debug info of an early transaction; it was a Californian IP address. He bought the bitcoin.org domain using AnonymousSpeech, a hosting provider that accepted cash payment in the mail and asked for no private information. He used AnonymousSpeech and GMX for his emails; both privacy-oriented providers who kept no logs. AnonymousSpeech no longer exists. Hope that helps.

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Thanks ill try that. Have been trying to use a platform called GMX which is supposed to be a decentralised platform but ive been have trouble making trades because i have a 'insufficient balance' even though my wallet is connected and i have the funds.

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QUICK probably should be on the list. Biggest native dex on Polygon. I'd also consider a new category for leveraged DEX's like GNS, DXDY, and GMX.

Look into perpetual dexes, like GMX on Arbitrum or Kwenta on Optimism.

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If you are using on-chain apps you can trade perps using as much leverage as you want. DYDX is the most notable and requires VPN for US. They have their own app chain. GMX on Arbitrum and JUP on Solana are just some more examples. I recently tried JUP to leverage trade BTC and ETH, but unfortunately it's a little disappointing with SOL's current network congestion. I found opening a position to be punitively slow by trading standards. In addition, the stop loss/take profit not sticking as price would blow past and the position stayed open. For JUP the price feed was also suffering latency and not working well on the 1M chart. Literally some candles would be 3 minutes long, then a 1 m candle. It was bizarre.

With GMX's drop in rewards, where are people going for their degen leverage fun?

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Here's the lowdown: Kraken and Coinbase are centralized exchanges, meaning they're regulated and offer a bit more security and ease of use. Plus, they've been around the block for a while, so you know they're legit. On the flip side, GMX is a decentralized exchange, which means it operates on a blockchain network and gives you more control over your funds. It's all about that decentralized vibe and cutting out the middleman. Now it really depends on what you're after. If you're all about safety and convenience, Kraken or Coinbase might be the way to go. But if you're feeling adventurous and want to dive into the world of decentralized finance, GMX could be your jam. Either way, make sure to do your research, keep your private keys safe, and only invest what you can afford to lose. And def check out [indicatorsuccessrate.com](http://indicatorsuccessrate.com) . It's free and it helped me a lot.

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You need to switch to defi, Stop spot trading. Look at defilama to understand all the defi protocols. GMX is really good and growing especially on layer 2 Arbitrage network. Do some research on defilama.

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Drift on Solana has done $9.7B in derivatives volume so far in 2024. GMX on Arbitrum has done $4.1B in the same time frame

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Is this a joke ? too often ? Like 4h in a year just like.. Arb ! who went down roughly the same time as SOL last year in december... Oh wait when it's L2 it's not down, it's like "unplanned maintenance". There's roughly the same volume of perp trade on solana on drift, jup, zeta. 180 m$ open interest on drift vs 250 m$ on GMX (on 3 chains..) right now for example. Solana haters having a hard time with facts as usual.

Mentions:#SOL#GMX
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Does anyone else trade on leveraged DEXs like GMX or Jupiter? The ability to trade a coin against itself has really changed the game for me. I don't have to be in stables all the time while waiting for an entry and I don't have to take profits in stables either. I just pick points where I want to add leverage and then receive profits in the coin I started with. That way if I bet that Eth is going to go from 3500 to 3600, but it ends up going to 3800, I don't miss that out on that spot gain because I never had to convert to stables. In fact, it will actually compound the gain I just made on the original trade. It's such a better system if your plan is to hold and accumulate like mine is.

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I keep getting airdrops in ARB cos of my GMX holdings, as an average person on the internet, where do you think ARB will reach? I have no idea! My stops triggered, so a nice start to the day with a bit of profit!

Mentions:#ARB#GMX
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Synapse coin and GMX

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In case you want to use a DEX like Uniswap or GMX, instead of a CEX like Coinbase, then you need to swap to USDT.

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I think the article misrepresents what Satoshi was saying. He did see it as an investment, he just didn't feel comfortable saying it in case it went no where. You can see the original emails here: https://mmalmi.github.io/satoshi/ What's interesting is his mix of UK and US word spellings. He uses UK favour rather than favor, but uses the US optimize rather than optimise. No one from the US or most commonwealth states would do that. I think he was either from europe or asia and english was a second language. I lean towards him being german just because he had a GMX email address... but he could well have been japanese or singaporean too. Anyway - he's not Craig Wright.... his writing style is very different to the way wright communicates.

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Yeah it's paying like on average 50% in ETH. But the ETH was like $1200-1500, so if you keep all the ETH (which is an easy hold), you get 100%+ APR. Not counting the bonus GMX and GLP price appreciation.

Mentions:#ETH#GMX
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I almost tripled my port during the deep bear market of 2022/2023 by providing LP to GMX. I'm fully out now but forever thankful to this dApp

Mentions:#LP#GMX
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Wow!! Couldnt be more bullish on GMX right now

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tldr; GMX V2, launched six months ago, has integrated several updates including Chainlink data streams, adaptive funding rates, and more for a faster trading experience. Future plans involve incremental changes like a leaderboard and contract improvements. A proposed bridging protocol could enhance GMX's bridging needs, supporting cross-chain governance and liquidity. Additionally, the PvP AMM model, enabling markets without liquidity requirements, is under consideration. GMX aims to remain on Arbitrum and Avalanche, exploring new protocol types without launching a new chain. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

Mentions:#GMX#AMM#DYOR
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All perp DEXes have good product/market fit IMO, and $GMX is the OG. Too bad it ran in the bear and now price is kinda stuck. But it does check all your boxes.

Mentions:#IMO#GMX
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There are many decentralized perps in L2 like Arbitrum like GMX and Hyperliquid to do this

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Company? You’re not trading on the blockchain from your wallet against a perpetual futures protocol like DyDx or GMX?

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It may sound like a sad story, but most of my clients who used to buy crypto from me on Kucoin have started to switch to DEX. They find it even better because you can still get rare coins on UniSwap and trade perpetual on GMX or dYdX without worrying account shutting down.

Mentions:#DEX#GMX
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GMX GM pool

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No liquidity? Excuse me? AAVE markets are rich with liquidity on OP / ARB, and so is Uniswap and almost any major DEX or DEX aggregator. You can do EVERYTHING on L2 that you can do on L1. Lend ETH / Stables / Coins Borrow ETH / Stables / Coins Buy NFTs / Sell NFTs Bridge almost any coin in or out Buy LSTs Do Perps / Leverage / the "GMX" thing you're talking about Provide liquidity (which is what makes L2 very rich in liquidity) Open vaults ETC, do your own research (this goes without saying)

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Like what? There is almost no liquidity comparing to eth. It is a serious question not passing judgement. Is there more to L2 than liquidity mining and GMX?

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Blue chip: LINK Medium risk: DYDX/GMX Degen: ORDI Crypto Reddit needs to step their game up. Seeing far too many people still banking on DOT to come through for them.

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Everything is more profitable on dex’s compared to cex. That’s been my experience anyways. My advice to you since you already have trading experience is to check out GMX, dYdX and Gains Network. Those are the top 3 dex’s for perpetuals.

Mentions:#GMX
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Easiest day trade in my fuxking life. The bounce when it came back up was soooooo easy to predict. Thanks GMX for the 50x leverage! 😂

Mentions:#GMX
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

In this regulatory environment it would be very wise to be anonymous. Being anon is the only protection against the violence of nation states who see defi as illegal violating BSA and kyc laws. GMX has anon devs and is one of the largest defi protocols with over 500 million tvl.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It’s going to be difficult to give more than a cursory overview in the Reddit comment, but i’ll summarize the best I can. Which is more profitable, providing liquidity or staking: Depends on so many factors it’s crazy. But I will say both of these require significant capital to be profitable. Definitely not beginner friendly either, unless you’re just trying to put some tokens that you are just otherwise holding to work. Airdrop hunting is just insane right now. I used to shit on it hard last year but it’s a whole different ballgame right now. It’s to the point now that becuz it’s been so profitable, i’ve been spending a good chunk of my day simply farming. Just this last Wednesday, I claimed 8500 $JUP across 5 wallets for around ~$5k. The last Thursday before that, I got ~$350 from the $WEN airdrop. The 25th I got ~$400 from the AltLayer airdrop and wasn’t even farming it lol. I’m averaging a damn drop per week just by having all of my $TIA staked in several different wallets. And like I said before, I got fucking $23k from the $TIA airdrop from just running nodes. I imagine all of this would definitely be overwhelming for someone who’s new to defi, but if u have the time to learn, I can’t recommend it enough right now. How to make profit trading perps: Assuming you know how to trade.. if you trade futures on CEXs, stop asap and start on GMX, dYdX or Gains. With perpetuals, you’re simply attempting to predict the future price movements of an asset, they’re extremely well-suited for margin/leverage and u can hold em forever without having to worry about rolling them, just pay the funding rate. Except for GMX, they use borrowing fees instead of funding rates. Not sure how well versed u are trading, but on GMX, I use Delta Neutral strategies and a lil bit of funding rate arbitrage. How do u know which memecoin will take off? You don’t. Unless there is hype surrounding the launch of them. (these are ALWAYS the best opportunities for big gains). But for trading shitcoins/memecoins, u need a bot like BananaGun Bot or the 100s of other sniper bots. These bots allow u to “snipe” the memecoin/shitcoin contract as soon as it’s created so u get it the cheapest possible price. The bot has honeypot protection and u can set ur stop loss and sell target before it even purchases any tokens. So the idea is to get in and get out asap, pocket the $200-$300 in profit and move on to the next one. I’ve was doing this full time since last March and made a damn fortune last year. This strategy is a lot more saturated w/ competition doing the same shit u are, but it’s definitely still profitable.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Not necessarily. Yield from inflationary tokens during a bear will definitely lead to collapse. But yield can come from places other than inflationary tokens. There are several protocols on Arbitrum pioneering real yields rather than just inflationary tokens. GMX for example pays out 70% of profits from their leveraged exchange to holders. No inflated tokens - it pays out in ETH and the APR fluctuates depending on the profitability of leverage traders. (Leverage traders almost always lose money) GMX has been paying out between 15-30% for over a year now - during the bear.

Mentions:#GMX#ETH
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Idk, I’ve been having a lot of success leverage trading on GMX. I usually stick with about 10x leverage and only make a move when BTC is doing something. It’s almost fool proof. BTC has a big green flag, long my favorite alts, get 10-20% profit on the trade, and jump back out. Btc has a big red flag, short my favorite alts, get some profit, and jump out. It’s almost guaranteed that major altcoins will move in tandem with Bitcoin, outside some weird situations or some unique coins. I don’t ever risk more than 2% of my portfolio on a single trade and I usually take 10-15x leverage. So, my $500 trade is worth $5000-$7500.

Mentions:#GMX#BTC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Have you tried getting off of CEXs and coming over to DeFi land to trade?? If not, give it a go. Best thing I ever did and it ended up opening doors for me that damn near changed my life. Now a good chunk of my profit comes from boosted staking and providing liquidity becuz i was able to accumulate a large amount of money over the past year. Currently, im still trading shitcoins. Mainly sniping new memecoin contracts on Solana/Eth (just made a grip off $PORK). I also trade perps on GMX and dYdX. I do some airdrop hunting (this is literally a meta right now and people are straight up printing w/ airdrops) and I also currently run a node on Babylon and Taiko after netting $23k for running a node on Celestia. I say all this to say, there’s a ton of earning opportunities in the defi space. Definitely check it out before throwing in the towel.

Mentions:#PORK#GMX
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Just used ctc (crypto tax calculator) for my tax return - no dramas. Particularly good with handling all the wild defi stuff I've done on GMX over the last year. Anyways, GL filing ur taxes this season - it's never a fun experience :)(

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Ah just looked like a swapper exchange, i like ones with a full order book with leverage - dydx, GMX, Apex, Gains Network. There's quite a few and more keep popping up so not sure what's reputable and what's not so far although dydx looks to have the most volume. I'll take a look at mexc though thanks

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

meh i'll stick to btc / eth my alt plays rn are $MOZ and $GMX

Mentions:#MOZ#GMX
r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Comment

The bear market is a thing of the past. In addition, according to a recent report, it is obvious that we are in the very early stages of a bull market. In other words, the BTC price recovery has not started yet. I have discovered a whale that consistently buys GMX and ETH when their prices are low and sells them at peaks. He also uses somewhat questionable Pump & Dump strategies to capitalize on the growth of altcoins. With my 20 thousand. He can pump BTC to almost any altcoin. Join his leveling group and earn money with him. I am a member of his closed group, where he raises altcoins, and this is the only pumping channel that really turned out to be effective for me. Search Jonnoland in Telegram to find a link to his official channel. His pumps brought me a considerable fortune in 2021.

Mentions:#BTC#GMX#ETH
r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Comment

The bear market is a thing of the past. In addition, according to a recent report, it is obvious that we are in the very early stages of a bull market. In other words, the BTC price recovery has not started yet. I have discovered a whale that consistently buys GMX and ETH when their prices are low and sells them at peaks. He also uses somewhat questionable Pump & Dump strategies to capitalize on the growth of altcoins. With my 20 thousand. He can pump BTC to almost any altcoin. Join his leveling group and earn money with him. I am a member of his closed group, where he raises altcoins, and this is the only pumping channel that really turned out to be effective for me. Search Jonnoland in Telegram to find a link to his official channel. His pumps brought me a considerable fortune in 2021.

Mentions:#BTC#GMX#ETH
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

GMX is a margin dex and has no kyc

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

DEFI is still innovating like crazy. Pendle has tokenized yield allowing people to buy and sell the market value of the future yield of a coin. Super interesting. You can make a profit if the future yield goes up or lose money if it goes down. GMX has built a reallly really good decentralized exchange with up to 50x leverage. It works phenomenally well.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yes! I was going to mention GMX it’s a dope platform. I just made the token they are building off of a big part of my alt portfolio. I’m not serious by any means but I love to trade with like $30-$40 at a time on leverage for the intensity lol it’s fun haha and they make it pretty easy.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I've got some leverage going on, but just a few dollars here and there just for fun. I should try it on Dapps instead like GMX, I keep forgetting about it when I want to play leverage.

Mentions:#GMX
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

tldr; Brokkr Finance's monthly index report for December 2023 shows that Arbitrum indexes experienced growth, with the DeFi Index leading with a 35% increase. In contrast, Avalanche indexes saw a correction from their significant growth in November. The Avalanche Gaming NFT Index dropped by around 50%. Specific projects like Heroes Chained, BFG, Chikn, Heroes of NFT, and Snail Trail's Snail Race all saw price corrections. GMX was the only DeFi project on Avalanche to show gains, due to the GMV V2 launch. Overall, Arbitrum's DeFi Index was the top performer, with PENDLE, JONES, and DPX seeing notable increases. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Drop it. It's a scam. Do some farm and LP at known apps. Like GMX and Tortle Ninja etc. But I highly recommend Tortle Ninja. They have this triggers that will protect your investments by executing a sell order, pausing token farming and other options etc

Mentions:#LP#GMX
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Oh jeez. Everybody's asking the same question. lol anyways just keep on doing research, Forums and discussions are everywhere. But don't forget to hold, farm and create strategies on GMX and Tortle Ninja.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Agree ! It's just that everybody thought that once ETF is approved, BTC will pump like a friggin nuclear missile. That's why I just stick on farming and LPs on GMX and Tortle Ninja.

Mentions:#ETF#BTC#GMX
r/BitcoinSee Comment

The ETF price isn't related directly to Bitcoin, it's just the collateral behind the fund used to buy the Bitcoin. So no, the price of Bitcoin will not be affected. ETF price of Bitcoin will rise but the Bitcoin itself won't. Daz why I stick on farming and LPs on Tortle Ninja and GMX instead. Tho I hold a few btc but I'd rather buy some other stablecoins instead of more btc

Mentions:#ETF#GMX
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

The bear market is a thing of the past. In addition, according to a recent report, it is obvious that we are in the very early stages of a bull market. In other words, the BTC price recovery has not started yet. I have discovered a whale that consistently buys GMX and ETH when their prices are low and sells them at peaks. He also uses somewhat questionable Pump & Dump strategies to capitalize on the growth of altcoins. With my 20 thousand. He can pump BTC to almost any altcoin. Join his leveling group and earn money with him. I am a member of his closed group, where he raises altcoins, and this is the only pumping channel that really turned out to be effective for me. Search (Jonnoland) in Telegram to find a link to his official channel. His pumps brought me a considerable fortune in 2021.

Mentions:#BTC#GMX#ETH
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The bear market is a thing of the past. In addition, according to a recent report, it is obvious that we are in the very early stages of a bull market. In other words, the BTC price recovery has not started yet. I have discovered a whale that consistently buys GMX and ETH when their prices are low and sells them at peaks. He also uses somewhat questionable Pump & Dump strategies to capitalize on the growth of altcoins. With my 20 thousand. He can pump BTC to almost any altcoin. Join his leveling group and earn money with him. I am a member of his closed group, where he raises altcoins, and this is the only pumping channel that really turned out to be effective for me. Search (Jonnoland) in Telegram to find a link to his official channel. His pumps brought me a considerable fortune in 2021.

Mentions:#BTC#GMX#ETH
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I don’t do that, that’s a good way to lose your money or for the exchange to go “down” right when your profits are at their peak. I do it on chain like using Dydx, gains network, or GMX for perpetual futures trading with leverage. I also really like Lyra for options trading. The v2 is pretty dope.

Mentions:#GMX
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Using leverage is impossible without a VPN in the US, unless you’re a multimillionaire using Kraken. Otherwise you should use a DEX like dYdX or GMX to avoid your assets being locked up. Coinbase has way too high fees for active trading. Binance US was good until they raised their fees and liquidity disappeared, now Kraken offers the best balance of low(er) fees / decent security / good customer service.

Mentions:#DEX#GMX
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I really like GMX. Making money when degens lose (they always do long term) is satisfying

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Arbitrum is making me around $200 a day in rewards, STIP funds still being thrown around so thats a good option. Perp protocols like GMX, Gains DAO etc. earn a lot of money. PendleFi farming on Arb is good too. You can bridge directly to Arbitrum from CEXes usually, I use coinbase to go from $ -> USDC -> Arbitrum and its only \~$1 in fees total.

Mentions:#GMX#DAO#USDC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I am a DeFi user, but I wouldn't try your perp dex unless it's a big step up in UX or it has a novel idea for liquidity provision that increases capital efficiency or benefits stakeholders. There are a thousand GMX forks, a million perp dex aggregators and a trillion other miscellaneous perp dexes. A new one is launching every other day. I don't care to use yours unless you can promise any of the above or provide composable products for your LP tokens (or equivalent) right off the bat. It's an oversaturated market. If your product isn't distinguishable from the countless others like it, I don't care for it and neither does the market.

Mentions:#UX#GMX#LP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I hope you truly feel better bro lol This is the quote I was referencing: [article (forbes)](https://www.forbes.com/sites/kashmirhill/2014/09/16/satoshi-nakamoto-email-hack/?sh=734c4301dd9c) > *Thomas Plünnecke, spokesperson for 1&1, the Germany-based company that owns GMX, Nakamoto’s Pennsylvania-based email provider, says the company can’t talk about what exactly happened with the account due to its privacy policy of not releasing information about an account holder to third parties.*

Mentions:#GMX
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Haha, happy to help. [It's called leverage, and is a feature of regular and crypto markets.](https://www.investopedia.com/ask/answers/06/forexleverage.asp) The ELI5 is essentially you pay an ongoing fee to borrow money against collateral to amplify the movements of the underlying market. So lets say you have £100. You trade 1x (no leverage) Market moves 5%, you gain 5%. If you trade with 2x (you borrow £100), the market moves 5%, you gain 10% Trade 10x (borrow £900), the market moves 5%, you gain 50%. Of course, it also works the opposite way. You borrow 10x and the market moves 10% against you - well you are 100% down, and youve lost all your money. It's not recommended for beginners, and even as someone that's been investing and trading for seven years I only use leverage on my fun money. I use a [decentralized lending platform called GMX](https://gmx.io/#/), which runs on an ethereum L2 called Arbitrum to do my leverage trading Generally speaking, leverage is best used for short term trades - you cannot hold longterm because the fees eat at your position quickly. So the more you leverage, the higher you pay in fees, and the worse risk you have of losing all your money. But you can also make funny money with it. There are legitimate uses for leverage that aren't just gambling - say you mostly ETH, and want exposure to SOL, but you don't want to park $10k in a spot SOL position (spot means buying the underlying asset, a normal trade), you could get $10k worth of exposure by putting up 1k at 10x, £500 at 20x, 5k at 2x, etc. That way, you can use you capital where you want, and still get your wanted exposure. But again, this isn't something for super long term, as you keep paying the fees and the market can go against you for a long time.

Mentions:#GMX#ETH#SOL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I personally prefer GMX.io Decentralized trading, no account needed. Just connect a wallet with ETH and trade a few tokens.

Mentions:#GMX#ETH
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I dunno why you are getting downvoted this guy is a gambler. Buying $25 of BTC & XRP a week is not much of a gamble. If this guy wants to gamble (and probably lose all his money) I would suggest he stick with BTC and with the other half leverage trade on a dex like GMX.

Mentions:#BTC#XRP#GMX