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Need advice on cashing out crypto to canadian dollars

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AAVE Question: Why was I liquidated?

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AllArk is one of the simplest no-KYC ways to long BTC and ETH in DeFi

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DAOs as a way to earn extra money

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Would like to see if I found the next 100x..

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Copiosa ($COP) is Crypto Made Easy! The App your Grandmum and her nursing home chums will use to invest into small cap alt-coins. It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3! Be like Grandmum, Aunti Susi and your Uncle Tom… join the Copiosa experience before it’s too late (Low Mcap!)

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Copiosa ($COP) is Crypto Made Easy! The App your Grandma and all her nursing home buddies will use to invest their life savings into small cap alt-coins. It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3! Be like Grandma, Papi and your Uncle George… join the Copiosa experience and get in before it's too late...

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Copiosa ($COP) is Crypto Made Easy! The App your Grandma and all her nursing home buddies will use to invest their life savings into small cap alt-coins. It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3! Be like Grandma, Papi and your Uncle George… join the Copiosa experience and get in before the Bull and our 100x!

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Helping the above average John guy understand the Defi space : AMMs differences, risks and notable mentions(PancakeSwap and 0x Protocol)

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Helping the above average John guy understand the Defi space : Uniswap, SushiSwap, Balancer, Curve Finance and Bancor. Also a recap on DEXs and AMMs.

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Helping the above average John guy understand the Defi space : Yield Farming, Liquidity Mining, Airdrops, Initial DEX Offerings(IDO), Initial Bonding Curve Offering (IBCO), Liquidity Bootstrapping Pool (LBP), Initial Farm Offering (IFO) and the associated risks

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More decentralized Ethereum indexes would be awesome

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Copiosa ($COP) is Crypto Made Easy! The App your grandma and all her nursing home buddies will use to invest into small cap alt-coins. It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3! Be like Grandma, Papi and your uncle George… join the Copiosa experience and get in before the Bull!

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Helping the average John guy understand the Defi space : Decentralized lottery and PoolTogheter

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Helping the average John guy understand the Defi space : Decentralized lottery, PoolTogheter

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Is 'smart money' that smart? Top 5 DeFi wallets have unrealized losses

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The Top 10 DefI Cryptocurrencies to Watch in 2023 before the Bull Run

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A Brief Guide to Airdrop Farming in 2023

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Is there any point holding exchange tokens long term?

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A few years ago, DeFi trumped trading as a way to make profit, the tides have turned but Q is bringing DeFi summer is back!

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New DeFi incentive program for a project before it's listed on exchanges - Get in Early

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Have you heard about Q Blockchain?

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US Court calls Bitcoin and Ethereum Commodities while Dismissing Uniswap Lawsuit. Court also gave Statement that There are No Regulations in Place to Call Crypto Security or Commodity.

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[SERIOUS] US Court calls Bitcoin and Ethereum Commodities while Dismissing Uniswap Lawsuit. Court also gave Statement that There are No Regulations in Place to Call Crypto Security or Commodity.

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We All Want Free Money - Here Are the Airdrops I'm Positioning Myself For ATM

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Execute a Data Leak Exactly Like FriendTech - Become an "Elite Hacker" According to the Media (Tutorial)

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More Ethereum indexes would be awesome

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Bitcoin’s sideways price action leads traders to focus on SHIB, UNI, MKR and XDC

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Bitcoin’s sideways price action leads traders to focus on SHIB, UNI, MKR and XDC

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Help downsizing my portfolio

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70-90% of uniswap volume is from arbitrage bots or mev bots. Insane statistic.

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Decentralized Exchange Uniswap (UNI) Now Operating on Coinbase-Backed Layer-2 Base - The Daily Hodl

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A look at upcoming token unlocks

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SHIB, UNI, OKB and HBAR flash bullish signs as Bitcoin volatility hits record low

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SHIB, UNI, OKB and HBAR flash bullish signs as Bitcoin volatility hits record low

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SHIB, UNI, OKB and HBAR flash bullish signs as Bitcoin volatility hits record low

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Worldcoin (WLD) Explained

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Planning to load up a fat bag of altcoins: XRP, ALGO, LINK, DOT, SOL, UNI, + more?

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Crypto Futures Show Bias for Uniswap's UNI Token After Curve Finance Exploit

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Fee sharing on Ethereum, as opposed fee burning, could help economically align Ethereum and Eigen Layer

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Dont fall for the “community” line. Be cautious about becoming exit liquidity, crypto is more PvP than you think

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Liquidation threshold question (cant figure this detail out)

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What is the best index for Ethereum and Ethereum Roll ups, dApps and so on?

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UniswapX Upgrade Claims Gas-Free Swapping and MEV Protection, UNI Price Jumps

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The first time I ever heard of SBF

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What to look for in a cryptocurrency/token.

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Fee sharing on Ethereum, as opposed fee burning, could help economically align Ethereum and Eigen Layer

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The End of sETH and rETH... Uni-swap Launches Unistaker : A Staking and Liquidity Platform with 13-15% APR plus 30% Match Of Your APR in UNI

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The End of sETH and rETH.... Uniswap Launches Uninodes: A Staking and Liquidity Platform with 12-15% APR plus 30% Match Of Your APR in UNI

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The End of rETH and sETH... Uni-swap Launches Uninodes: A Sтaking and Liquidity Platform with 12-16% APR plus 30% Match Of Your APR in UNI

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The End of rETH and sETH.... Uni-swap Launches Uninodes: A Sтaking and Liquidity Platform with 12-15% APR plus 30% Match Of Your APR in UNI

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Pseudo-DCA 1 year later June 15th

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Uniswap Scam - Beware!

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Uniswap DAO rejects plan to charge LP fees; UNI holders cite tax concerns

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Burning ETH is great for the price, but may be a risk to decentralization (A critique of the ETH burn model and a recommendation for new economics)

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Top DeFi projects by social activity (Curve Dao CRV, UNI, RARE, CULT)

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Oscarswap.com | Comparison Between Uniswap & Oscarswap |Top #1 DEX on Arbitrum | KYC | AUDIT

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A whale sold $2m amount of assets to go all in on PEPE

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A Bullish Case for GMX, the Largest Decentralized Derivatives Exchange That You Can Own And Pays You Dividends in Ethereum. [DEEP DIVE]

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The recent Sushiswap exploit of our token is exactly why you should stop approving unlimited spends, which is the unfortunately default option. Here's a tutorial for how.

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TimesFinance Protocol

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Top 3 Crypto to buy this Week: MATIC, DOT, UNI

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Difference Between Tokens and Coins.

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What's the best coin to accumulate from Curve crypto rewards?

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The Danger of Trading with Leverage Trading, March 2023 Edition

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X7 Finance/DEX

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X7 Finance and Xchange DEX

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Metavault Trade is your best dApp to trade on Polygon Network. You can start leverage trading with as little as $10

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Uniswap (UNI) Community Members Vote To Deploy the Ethereum-Based DEX on the BNB Chain - The Daily Hodl

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What are your Coin Couples?

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I asked ChatGPT where should I invest

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You get "Not your keys, not your crypto." There are other benefits to keeping your assets on-chain in a wallet that newer crypto investors may not be aware of.

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Is there a reason to invest in any small dexes?

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A Thoughtful Discussion on My Top 4 Coins and Why

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Happy Festivus! Here is my airing of grievances. What are yours?

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Price analysis 12/23: BTC, ETH, BNB, XRP, DOGE, ADA, MATIC, DOT, LTC, UNI

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Leading Decentralized Exchange Uniswap (UNI) Launches Payments With Credit Card and Bank Transfers - The Daily Hodl

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Price analysis 12/21: BTC, ETH, BNB, XRP, DOGE, ADA, MATIC, DOT, LTC, UNI

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Price analysis 12/9: BTC, ETH, BNB, XRP, ADA, DOGE, MATIC, DOT, LTC, UNI

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Price analysis 12/7: BTC, ETH, BNB, XRP, ADA, DOGE, MATIC, DOT, LTC, UNI

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Price analysis 12/2: BTC, ETH, BNB, XRP, ADA, DOGE, MATIC, DOT, LTC, UNI

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Price analysis 11/30: BTC, ETH, BNB, XRP, ADA, DOGE, MATIC, DOT, LTC, UNI

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FINALLY! UK and European residents get another crypto card option.

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Price analysis 11/25: BTC, ETH, BNB, XRP, ADA, DOGE, MATIC, DOT, LTC, UNI

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how can I tell for sure a transaction is legit?

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Price analysis 11/18: BTC, ETH, BNB, XRP, ADA, DOGE, MATIC, DOT, UNI, LTC

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Price analysis 11/16: BTC, ETH, BNB, XRP, ADA, DOGE, MATIC, DOT, UNI, LTC

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Price analysis 11/16: BTC, ETH, BNB, XRP, ADA, DOGE, MATIC, DOT, UNI, LTC

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Why I am strongly against crypto regulation.

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What you need to know to make it and dont learn on this subreddit.

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UNI vs AAVE vs GMX

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3.6M $LINK, 17M $INCH, 1.9M UNI transferred out of FTX to unknown wallets in the past 5 minutes.

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Another one sets to bite the dust ?

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SBF's Alameda Deep Dealings With Tether And Alleged FTX Market Fraud

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A prime example is UNI . although its the biggest D exchange, still went down 80% from $15 to $8 (approx). While btc went like 5-10% down . Its crazy this time

Mentions:#UNI

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Managed to get most of my UNI to usdc before it sunk too far. Worried whether swapping back is a good idea or bad idea if it goes further down.

Mentions:#UNI

Uniswap's contracts are open source and lots of people fork them and deploy their own AMM liquidity pools based on them (their v3 contracts were closed for a while though, and v4 probably will be also when they come out) How exactly would you say their LPs are "centralized"? You can interact with them pseudonymously on the blockchain. People can even deploy their own pseudonymously. Most pools just distribute swap fees to the liquidity providers. *Some* pools also distribute a portion of swap fees to UNI token holders also (this is optional and a parameter of the pool set at deployment)

Mentions:#AMM#UNI

tldr; Uniswap's token UNI plummeted 17% to its lowest since late February, following a Wells notice from the SEC, indicating an official investigation. The market cap of UNI token dropped 17%, now trading at $5.54 million. Uniswap Labs founder Hayden Adams expressed readiness to contest the SEC’s action, foreseeing a potential Supreme Court battle. Uniswap argues that UNI is not a security and thus not under SEC's regulatory scope. The situation reflects ongoing tensions between the SEC and the cryptocurrency industry, with Uniswap's defense uncertain amidst broader regulatory challenges. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

Mentions:#UNI#SEC#DYOR

Yes of course. UNI ain’t a meme though. And that’s why it’s been crushed on the BTC and ETH ratio

Mentions:#UNI#BTC#ETH

Which DEX actually gives the holders of the native coin a percentage of trading fees? I recall UNI was supposed to do it but then ended up not going for it. Surely there is other DEX's who do have that feature. Otherwise what is the point of holding UNI or anything like it if just for governance.

Mentions:#DEX#UNI

Is UNI going to be delisted from CEXs because of this?

Mentions:#UNI

Welp there goes me trying to make my money back from UNI being down so much.

Mentions:#UNI

Well, you shouldn’t have been holding UNI in the first place. It’s a worthless “governance” token, just like thousands of others on the market. Sure, *maybe* they will implement a fee switch to drive revenue to holders, but that would likely make UNI a security (if it isn’t already). The other issue is that Uniswap isn’t anything special compared to its competitors. There are tons of DEXes and LP options out there.

Mentions:#UNI#LP

Seeing UNI under $10 hurts, it's not right

Mentions:#UNI

So what's the play here if you own UNI (as I do)? I already took a big haircut. Should I cut my losses and run, hodl, or buy the dip?

Mentions:#UNI

Damn, I thought $UNI was gonna take a bigger dip than this. Was hoping to buy on a big discount

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SEC is filing a suit against UNI now the price just tanked

Mentions:#SEC#UNI

#DEX Pro-Arguments Below is a DEX pro-argument written by Shippior. > A Decentralized Exchange, often abbreviated to DEX, is an exchange that does not belong to a central entity and all transactions happen on a blockchain. The three largest DEXs by [Total Value Locked](https://cointelegraph.com/explained/what-is-total-value-locked-tvl-in-crypto-and-why-does-it-matter) (TVL) are [Curve Finance](https://curve.fi/#/ethereum/swap), [Uniswap](https://uniswap.org/) and [PancakeSwap](https://pancakeswap.finance/). For a full list of DEXs see this [dashboard](https://defillama.com/protocols/Dexes). > > The largest difference between a CEX and a DEX is the way that liquidity is provided. Most CEXs use an [order book](https://learn.bybit.com/trading/order-book-explained-for-beginners/_ style ) for transactions. Most DEXs employ [Auto Mated Market Making](https://blog.0x.org/market-making-in-defi/) (AMM). These type of transactions are essential for operating an exchange with low liquidity. The supply and demand are matched by a protocol to prevent orders from not being fulfilled for a long time as there are generally less transaction offers available when there is lower liquidity. > > AMM works by users "lending" their crypto as collateral for others to trade. This is done by depositing tokens in a [liquidity pool](https://www.moonpay.com/learn/defi/what-are-liquidity-pools). Users are often provided incentive by the protocol to deposit their tokens by receiving a fixed interest rate on the crypto that they deposit. Therefore users who wanted to hold their crypto for the long term can actually put them in a pool via a smart contract to earn interest on this crypto without having to trade it whereas it would be collecting dust on an CEX. APRs are as high at 100%+ on larger DEXs like [Curve](https://curve.fi/#/ethereum/pools) and higher than 250% for smaller DEXs like [Crescent](https://app.crescent.network/farm). > > Trading fees of DEXs are mostly rather straightforward. Uniswap take a flat 0.3% trading fee, just like [Osmosis](https://osmosis.zone/) on each trade on top of the network transaction fee. Transaction fees can go as low as 0.02% for Curve Finance. These swap fees are provided to the people providing liquidity in the pool as an incentive for putting in their crypto. > > All trades made on a DEX are available as they can be found on the blockchain. Therefore it is possible to base your trading activity on the activities of other people. This also means that you can verify that your assets are where you think they are at all time. Your assets can not be lended to other people without you knowing of it and in most cases without you agreeing to it through the use of a smart contract. > > Compared to a CEX (with the exception of Coinbase) it is possible to own a part of the DEX. Many DEX have their own tokens. For example Curve Finance has [Curve DAO](https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/curve-dao-token/) and Uniswap has [UNI](https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/uniswap/). These tokens are used to pay for transaction fees on the DEX, they can be just held on to in the hope of them increasing in value but most important of all these tokens can be used to participate in governance. Everyone can put a proposal for improving a DEX, see the [Curve DAO](https://gov.curve.fi/) as an example for this, up for vote and everyone that owns the token of the DEX can vote (mostly 1 token = 1 vote) to determine how to go forward. Thus one can decide how to go forward to make the DEX even better. Something that is almost entirely impossible with a CEX. > > Privacy on a DEX is much better than on a CEX. On most DEXs no Know Your Customer (KYC) is required, a wallet that can not be linked to the person that is using it is sufficient. > > DEXs can have all assets on their platform that are available on the blockchain itself of made available through wrapped assets by [bridges](https://blog.liquid.com/blockchain-cross-chain-bridge). In theory the number of bridges that can be made between blockchains is infinite thereby the number of assets that can be listed on a DEX is also infinite. In reality though there are only bridges between the major blockchains available at the moment. This still provides plenty to chose from. According to Coinmarketcap there are currently [935 coins](https://www.coingecko.com/en/exchanges/uniswap#:~:text=Currently%2C%20there%20are%20938%20coins,a%2024h%20volume%20of%20%24319%2C357%2C719.14.) available to be traded on Uniswap and [3,223 coins](https://www.coingecko.com/en/exchanges/pancakeswap) on PancakeSwap. ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_DEX) to find submissions for other topics.

Uniswap has become a dinosaur… so many of the Up coming coins have insufficient liquidity… honestly it’s basically like a CEX now. a day… Even Broccoli is beast compared to uniswap with easy cross chain swaps, and SWAPR has like a dozen lists with over 10,000 coins… there is so many swap platforms that are trying to come up and will be doing things like what Uniswap did when they did an airdrop like 3-4 years ago.. Don’t get stuck on UNI even it’s name speaks so much truththat it leaves you in a trap, the loner UNI/ONE TRICKING SO MANY INTO THINKING THEY ARE THE ONE! Ultimately they suck compared to what’s out their now… branch out try things like BASESWAP, Broccoli, SWAPR… and that’s just the tip of an ice berth! 😎

https://news.bitcoin.com/uniswap-governance-votes-unanimously-to-empower-uni-holders-with-protocol-fee-rewards/ >These will be allocated on a pro-rata basis to uniswap (UNI) holders who have proactively staked and delegated their votes. So for those holders who missed the news they are sol? Or can you stake now?

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BASE because AERO is going to flip UNI

Thank you for replying! But why was it rejected lol It would be the ultimate utility for a utility token which UNI is. What other "utility" does it have than to decentralize the ownership of the exchange which it represents?

Mentions:#UNI

So have they already implemented the feature that UNI holders get a share of the fees generated? This was supposed to be THE value proposition for holding the token.

Mentions:#UNI

It's going to UNI's mcap last bull run which is about 25B

Mentions:#UNI

#DEX Pro-Arguments Below is a DEX pro-argument written by Shippior. > A Decentralized Exchange, often abbreviated to DEX, is an exchange that does not belong to a central entity and all transactions happen on a blockchain. The three largest DEXs by [Total Value Locked](https://cointelegraph.com/explained/what-is-total-value-locked-tvl-in-crypto-and-why-does-it-matter) (TVL) are [Curve Finance](https://curve.fi/#/ethereum/swap), [Uniswap](https://uniswap.org/) and [PancakeSwap](https://pancakeswap.finance/). For a full list of DEXs see this [dashboard](https://defillama.com/protocols/Dexes). > > The largest difference between a CEX and a DEX is the way that liquidity is provided. Most CEXs use an [order book](https://learn.bybit.com/trading/order-book-explained-for-beginners/_ style ) for transactions. Most DEXs employ [Auto Mated Market Making](https://blog.0x.org/market-making-in-defi/) (AMM). These type of transactions are essential for operating an exchange with low liquidity. The supply and demand are matched by a protocol to prevent orders from not being fulfilled for a long time as there are generally less transaction offers available when there is lower liquidity. > > AMM works by users "lending" their crypto as collateral for others to trade. This is done by depositing tokens in a [liquidity pool](https://www.moonpay.com/learn/defi/what-are-liquidity-pools). Users are often provided incentive by the protocol to deposit their tokens by receiving a fixed interest rate on the crypto that they deposit. Therefore users who wanted to hold their crypto for the long term can actually put them in a pool via a smart contract to earn interest on this crypto without having to trade it whereas it would be collecting dust on an CEX. APRs are as high at 100%+ on larger DEXs like [Curve](https://curve.fi/#/ethereum/pools) and higher than 250% for smaller DEXs like [Crescent](https://app.crescent.network/farm). > > Trading fees of DEXs are mostly rather straightforward. Uniswap take a flat 0.3% trading fee, just like [Osmosis](https://osmosis.zone/) on each trade on top of the network transaction fee. Transaction fees can go as low as 0.02% for Curve Finance. These swap fees are provided to the people providing liquidity in the pool as an incentive for putting in their crypto. > > All trades made on a DEX are available as they can be found on the blockchain. Therefore it is possible to base your trading activity on the activities of other people. This also means that you can verify that your assets are where you think they are at all time. Your assets can not be lended to other people without you knowing of it and in most cases without you agreeing to it through the use of a smart contract. > > Compared to a CEX (with the exception of Coinbase) it is possible to own a part of the DEX. Many DEX have their own tokens. For example Curve Finance has [Curve DAO](https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/curve-dao-token/) and Uniswap has [UNI](https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/uniswap/). These tokens are used to pay for transaction fees on the DEX, they can be just held on to in the hope of them increasing in value but most important of all these tokens can be used to participate in governance. Everyone can put a proposal for improving a DEX, see the [Curve DAO](https://gov.curve.fi/) as an example for this, up for vote and everyone that owns the token of the DEX can vote (mostly 1 token = 1 vote) to determine how to go forward. Thus one can decide how to go forward to make the DEX even better. Something that is almost entirely impossible with a CEX. > > Privacy on a DEX is much better than on a CEX. On most DEXs no Know Your Customer (KYC) is required, a wallet that can not be linked to the person that is using it is sufficient. > > DEXs can have all assets on their platform that are available on the blockchain itself of made available through wrapped assets by [bridges](https://blog.liquid.com/blockchain-cross-chain-bridge). In theory the number of bridges that can be made between blockchains is infinite thereby the number of assets that can be listed on a DEX is also infinite. In reality though there are only bridges between the major blockchains available at the moment. This still provides plenty to chose from. According to Coinmarketcap there are currently [935 coins](https://www.coingecko.com/en/exchanges/uniswap#:~:text=Currently%2C%20there%20are%20938%20coins,a%2024h%20volume%20of%20%24319%2C357%2C719.14.) available to be traded on Uniswap and [3,223 coins](https://www.coingecko.com/en/exchanges/pancakeswap) on PancakeSwap. ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_DEX) to find submissions for other topics.

AERO is bases main liquidity token for their dex, similar to UNI

Mentions:#AERO#UNI

How are people here downvoting a post abt JUP but love posts about UNI lmao

Mentions:#JUP#UNI

It's a DEX token, it's mostly designed to lose value overtime due to it's high inflation. The only exception being UNI

Mentions:#DEX#UNI

Aero is a hard fork of Velo. I’m bullish on both, especially Aero. It could be the token used to onboard users to Base chain when CB releases their on-ramp wallet (assuming CB never airdrops their own governance token on Base). Think UNI for Uniswap and CAKE for Cakeswap.

Mentions:#UNI

QUICK is a very good buy right now. It’s just like UNI (7.5 billion cap) but their m cap is only 55 million. It has a lot of growth ahead of it. Hidden gem.

Mentions:#QUICK#UNI

#DEX Pro-Arguments Below is a DEX pro-argument written by Shippior. > A Decentralized Exchange, often abbreviated to DEX, is an exchange that does not belong to a central entity and all transactions happen on a blockchain. The three largest DEXs by [Total Value Locked](https://cointelegraph.com/explained/what-is-total-value-locked-tvl-in-crypto-and-why-does-it-matter) (TVL) are [Curve Finance](https://curve.fi/#/ethereum/swap), [Uniswap](https://uniswap.org/) and [PancakeSwap](https://pancakeswap.finance/). For a full list of DEXs see this [dashboard](https://defillama.com/protocols/Dexes). > > The largest difference between a CEX and a DEX is the way that liquidity is provided. Most CEXs use an [order book](https://learn.bybit.com/trading/order-book-explained-for-beginners/_ style ) for transactions. Most DEXs employ [Auto Mated Market Making](https://blog.0x.org/market-making-in-defi/) (AMM). These type of transactions are essential for operating an exchange with low liquidity. The supply and demand are matched by a protocol to prevent orders from not being fulfilled for a long time as there are generally less transaction offers available when there is lower liquidity. > > AMM works by users "lending" their crypto as collateral for others to trade. This is done by depositing tokens in a [liquidity pool](https://www.moonpay.com/learn/defi/what-are-liquidity-pools). Users are often provided incentive by the protocol to deposit their tokens by receiving a fixed interest rate on the crypto that they deposit. Therefore users who wanted to hold their crypto for the long term can actually put them in a pool via a smart contract to earn interest on this crypto without having to trade it whereas it would be collecting dust on an CEX. APRs are as high at 100%+ on larger DEXs like [Curve](https://curve.fi/#/ethereum/pools) and higher than 250% for smaller DEXs like [Crescent](https://app.crescent.network/farm). > > Trading fees of DEXs are mostly rather straightforward. Uniswap take a flat 0.3% trading fee, just like [Osmosis](https://osmosis.zone/) on each trade on top of the network transaction fee. Transaction fees can go as low as 0.02% for Curve Finance. These swap fees are provided to the people providing liquidity in the pool as an incentive for putting in their crypto. > > All trades made on a DEX are available as they can be found on the blockchain. Therefore it is possible to base your trading activity on the activities of other people. This also means that you can verify that your assets are where you think they are at all time. Your assets can not be lended to other people without you knowing of it and in most cases without you agreeing to it through the use of a smart contract. > > Compared to a CEX (with the exception of Coinbase) it is possible to own a part of the DEX. Many DEX have their own tokens. For example Curve Finance has [Curve DAO](https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/curve-dao-token/) and Uniswap has [UNI](https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/uniswap/). These tokens are used to pay for transaction fees on the DEX, they can be just held on to in the hope of them increasing in value but most important of all these tokens can be used to participate in governance. Everyone can put a proposal for improving a DEX, see the [Curve DAO](https://gov.curve.fi/) as an example for this, up for vote and everyone that owns the token of the DEX can vote (mostly 1 token = 1 vote) to determine how to go forward. Thus one can decide how to go forward to make the DEX even better. Something that is almost entirely impossible with a CEX. > > Privacy on a DEX is much better than on a CEX. On most DEXs no Know Your Customer (KYC) is required, a wallet that can not be linked to the person that is using it is sufficient. > > DEXs can have all assets on their platform that are available on the blockchain itself of made available through wrapped assets by [bridges](https://blog.liquid.com/blockchain-cross-chain-bridge). In theory the number of bridges that can be made between blockchains is infinite thereby the number of assets that can be listed on a DEX is also infinite. In reality though there are only bridges between the major blockchains available at the moment. This still provides plenty to chose from. According to Coinmarketcap there are currently [935 coins](https://www.coingecko.com/en/exchanges/uniswap#:~:text=Currently%2C%20there%20are%20938%20coins,a%2024h%20volume%20of%20%24319%2C357%2C719.14.) available to be traded on Uniswap and [3,223 coins](https://www.coingecko.com/en/exchanges/pancakeswap) on PancakeSwap. ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_DEX) to find submissions for other topics.

First of all I'm all in. I have around $1,000,000 USD invested, so this might be biased. Aerodrome.Finance (AERO) and it's first mover advantage Aerodrome, an AMM aggregator built on Base, a Layer 2 scaling solution for Coinbase, is considered a promising project with potential for significant growth. Here's a breakdown of the bullish points: * **Early mover advantage:** Aerodrome is the first AMM on Base, positioning it to benefit from the growth of the Base ecosystem. * **Sustainable model:** Unlike many projects, Aerodrome has a locked token supply and doesn't rely on venture capital, reducing sell pressure. It also incentivizes users through veNFT rewards for participation. * **Strong growth:** Aerodrome's TVL has been growing rapidly, indicating increasing user adoption. * **Integration with Velodrome:** Participation in Velodrome's Slipstream is expected to bring significant trading volume to Aerodrum. * **Reduced fees:** With recent Ethereum upgrades lowering transaction fees, Aerodrum on Base is poised to attract more users. * **Potential for high APY:** Aerodrome offers high yields for liquidity providers. To me, Aerodrome presents an attractive opportunity due to its first-mover advantage, sustainable economic model, and the growth potential of the Base ecosystem. Price predictions: It's currently hovering at about $0.71± with a recent pullback after making new highs. This is so cheap compared to what it will likely be as the market cap is only currently around $250± Million. Whereas similar DEX platforms like Uniswap is currently at $10.5 Billion. To catch up to Uniswap which seems easy due to the broad customer base of Coinbase and BASE, it could easily surpass Uniswap in this bull run. If it just manages to catch up to Uniswap at CURRENT market caps, it'll be a 42x±. Which means a $30 AERO. When UNI was at its peak market cap during last bull run, it was at $33.86 Billion MC, that would be an 135x AERO equivalent to $97 per AERO. Let's not get hasty but it's safe to say that $5-$10 AERO is an easy target. We are just at the beginning of the bull run and this is still a tiny market cap coin that has managed to fly under the radar. We are in exciting times people. Let's make some money together! ------- (Not financial advice, this is just my personal opinion)

First of all I'm all in. I have around $1,000,000 USD invested, so this might be biased. Aerodrome.Finance (AERO) and it's first mover advantage Aerodrome, an AMM aggregator built on Base, a Layer 2 scaling solution for Coinbase, is considered a promising project with potential for significant growth. Here's a breakdown of the bullish points: * **Early mover advantage:** Aerodrome is the first AMM on Base, positioning it to benefit from the growth of the Base ecosystem. * **Sustainable model:** Unlike many projects, Aerodrome has a locked token supply and doesn't rely on venture capital, reducing sell pressure. It also incentivizes users through veNFT rewards for participation. * **Strong growth:** Aerodrome's TVL has been growing rapidly, indicating increasing user adoption. * **Integration with Velodrome:** Participation in Velodrome's Slipstream is expected to bring significant trading volume to Aerodrum. * **Reduced fees:** With recent Ethereum upgrades lowering transaction fees, Aerodrum on Base is poised to attract more users. * **Potential for high APY:** Aerodrome offers high yields for liquidity providers. To me, Aerodrome presents an attractive opportunity due to its first-mover advantage, sustainable economic model, and the growth potential of the Base ecosystem. Price predictions: It's currently hovering at about $0.71± with a recent pullback after making new highs. This is so cheap compared to what it will likely be as the market cap is only currently around $250± Million. Whereas similar DEX platforms like Uniswap is currently at $10.5 Billion. To catch up to Uniswap which seems easy due to the broad customer base of Coinbase and BASE, it could easily surpass Uniswap in this bull run. If it just manages to catch up to Uniswap at CURRENT market caps, it'll be a 42x±. Which means a $30 AERO. When UNI was at its peak market cap during last bull run, it was at $33.86 Billion MC, that would be an 135x AERO equivalent to $97 per AERO. Let's not get hasty but it's safe to say that $5-$10 AERO is an easy target. We are just at the beginning of the bull run and this is still a tiny market cap coin that has managed to fly under the radar. We are in exciting times people. Let's make some money together! ------- (Not financial advice, this is just my personal opinion)

First of all I'm all in. I have around $1,000,000 USD invested, so this might be biased. Aerodrome.Finance (AERO) and it's first mover advantage Aerodrome, an AMM aggregator built on Base, a Layer 2 scaling solution for Coinbase, is considered a promising project with potential for significant growth. Here's a breakdown of the bullish points: * **Early mover advantage:** Aerodrome is the first AMM on Base, positioning it to benefit from the growth of the Base ecosystem. * **Sustainable model:** Unlike many projects, Aerodrome has a locked token supply and doesn't rely on venture capital, reducing sell pressure. It also incentivizes users through veNFT rewards for participation. * **Strong growth:** Aerodrome's TVL has been growing rapidly, indicating increasing user adoption. * **Integration with Velodrome:** Participation in Velodrome's Slipstream is expected to bring significant trading volume to Aerodrum. * **Reduced fees:** With recent Ethereum upgrades lowering transaction fees, Aerodrum on Base is poised to attract more users. * **Potential for high APY:** Aerodrome offers high yields for liquidity providers. To me, Aerodrome presents an attractive opportunity due to its first-mover advantage, sustainable economic model, and the growth potential of the Base ecosystem. Price predictions: It's currently hovering at about $0.71± with a recent pullback after making new highs. This is so cheap compared to what it will likely be as the market cap is only currently around $250± Million. Whereas similar DEX platforms like Uniswap is currently at $10.5 Billion. To catch up to Uniswap which seems easy due to the broad customer base of Coinbase and BASE, it could easily surpass Uniswap in this bull run. If it just manages to catch up to Uniswap at CURRENT market caps, it'll be a 42x±. Which means a $30 AERO. When UNI was at its peak market cap during last bull run, it was at $33.86 Billion MC, that would be an 135x AERO equivalent to $97 per AERO. Let's not get hasty but it's safe to say that $5-$10 AERO is an easy target. We are just at the beginning of the bull run and this is still a tiny market cap coin that has managed to fly under the radar. We are in exciting times people. Let's make some money together! ------- (Not financial advice, this is just my personal opinion)

Aerodrome.Finance (AERO) and it's first mover advantage Aerodrome, an AMM aggregator built on Base, a Layer 2 scaling solution for Coinbase, is considered a promising project with potential for significant growth. Here's a breakdown of the bullish points: * **Early mover advantage:** Aerodrome is the first AMM on Base, positioning it to benefit from the growth of the Base ecosystem. * **Sustainable model:** Unlike many projects, Aerodrome has a locked token supply and doesn't rely on venture capital, reducing sell pressure. It also incentivizes users through veNFT rewards for participation. * **Strong growth:** Aerodrome's TVL has been growing rapidly, indicating increasing user adoption. * **Integration with Velodrome:** Participation in Velodrome's Slipstream is expected to bring significant trading volume to Aerodrum. * **Reduced fees:** With recent Ethereum upgrades lowering transaction fees, Aerodrum on Base is poised to attract more users. * **Potential for high APY:** Aerodrome offers high yields for liquidity providers. To me, Aerodrome presents an attractive opportunity due to its first-mover advantage, sustainable economic model, and the growth potential of the Base ecosystem. Price predictions: It's currently hovering at about $0.71± with a recent pullback after making new highs. This is so cheap compared to what it will likely be as the market cap is only currently around $250± Million. Whereas similar DEX platforms like Uniswap is currently at $10.5 Billion. To catch up to Uniswap which seems easy due to the broad customer base of Coinbase and BASE, it could easily surpass Uniswap in this bull run. If it just manages to catch up to Uniswap at CURRENT market caps, it'll be a 42x±. Which means a $30 AERO. When UNI was at its peak market cap during last bull run, it was at $33.86 Billion MC, that would be an 135x AERO equivalent to $97 per AERO. Let's not get hasty but it's safe to say that $5-$10 AERO is an easy target. We are just at the beginning of the bull run and this is still a tiny market cap coin that has managed to fly under the radar. We are in exciting times people. Let's make some money together! ------- (Not financial advice, this is just my personal opinion)

Aerodrome.Finance (AERO) and it's first mover advantage Aerodrome, an AMM aggregator built on Base, a Layer 2 scaling solution for Coinbase, is considered a promising project with potential for significant growth. Here's a breakdown of the bullish points: * **Early mover advantage:** Aerodrome is the first AMM on Base, positioning it to benefit from the growth of the Base ecosystem. * **Sustainable model:** Unlike many projects, Aerodrome has a locked token supply and doesn't rely on venture capital, reducing sell pressure. It also incentivizes users through veNFT rewards for participation. * **Strong growth:** Aerodrome's TVL has been growing rapidly, indicating increasing user adoption. * **Integration with Velodrome:** Participation in Velodrome's Slipstream is expected to bring significant trading volume to Aerodrum. * **Reduced fees:** With recent Ethereum upgrades lowering transaction fees, Aerodrum on Base is poised to attract more users. * **Potential for high APY:** Aerodrome offers high yields for liquidity providers. To me, Aerodrome presents an attractive opportunity due to its first-mover advantage, sustainable economic model, and the growth potential of the Base ecosystem. Price predictions: It's currently hovering at about $0.71± with a recent pullback after making new highs. This is so cheap compared to what it will likely be as the market cap is only currently around $250± Million. Whereas similar DEX platforms like Uniswap is currently at $10.5 Billion. To catch up to Uniswap which seems easy due to the broad customer base of Coinbase and BASE, it could easily surpass Uniswap in this bull run. If it just manages to catch up to Uniswap at CURRENT market caps, it'll be a 42x±. Which means a $30 AERO. When UNI was at its peak market cap during last bull run, it was at $33.86 Billion MC, that would be an 135x AERO equivalent to $97 per AERO. Let's not get hasty but it's safe to say that $5-$10 AERO is an easy target. We are just at the beginning of the bull run and this is still a tiny market cap coin that has managed to fly under the radar. We are in exciting times people. Let's make some money together! ------- (Not financial advice, this is just my personal opinion)

You forgot to mention AERO or aerodrome finance which is backed by Coinbase ventures themselves. What is Aerodrome Finance? Aerodrome Finance is an automated market maker (AMM) built on the Base network. Think of an AMM as a platform where cryptocurrency trades happen automatically, without the need for a traditional order book. Aerodrome aspires to be the central hub for liquidity on Base, similar to how Uniswap is on Ethereum. Here are some key features: Liquidity Incentive Engine: This system aims to attract users by rewarding them with AERO tokens for providing liquidity (basically, adding funds to the trading pool). Vote-locked Governance: Holders of AERO can lock their tokens for a set period to gain voting rights on the protocol's future. The longer the lock-up period, the more voting weight a user has. Friendly User Experience: Aerodrome aims to be easy to use for newcomers to DeFi (Decentralized Finance). AERO Coin AERO is the utility token of Aerodrome Finance. Here's what you can do with it: Earn rewards: As mentioned earlier, you can earn AERO by providing liquidity. Governance: Lock your AERO to participate in voting on the protocol's development. Pros and Cons of Aerodrome Finance Pros: Base Network: Built on Base, which is a new network backed by Coinbase, a reputable name in the crypto world. This could give Aerodrome a boost in visibility and adoption. Focus on Liquidity: The incentive engine and governance model are designed to attract liquidity providers, which is crucial for a successful AMM. User-friendly Interface: If Aerodrome delivers on its promise of a user-friendly experience, it could attract more people to DeFi. Cons: New Project: Aerodrome is a relatively new project, launched in 2023. This means it has a shorter track record compared to established AMMs. Competition: The DeFi space is crowded with AMMs, each with its own features. Aerodrome needs to stand out to capture market share. Reliance on Base Network: Aerodrome's success is tied to the success of the Base network. If Base doesn't gain traction, it could impact Aerodrome. Here's some reasoning to consider for AERO's future value: If Base Network takes off: As Base gains users and adoption, Aerodrome, as its central liquidity hub, could benefit significantly. This could drive up the price of AERO. Overall DeFi market: The general sentiment towards DeFi will also play a role. If DeFi continues to grow, AERO could rise in value along with other DeFi tokens. Competition: How Aerodrome competes with other AMMs will be a key factor. If it can offer unique features or attract more liquidity, the price could go up. If Base Network experiences significant growth and adoption, Aerodrome, as its core AMM, could see a surge in usage. This rise in demand for AERO's liquidity providing and governance functions could drive the price up. Possible Price Range (This is not financial advice): In this scenario, AERO's price could reach anywhere between $5-10 by the end of 2024. This bull market will be insane. The coins that rise with Bitcoin and have utility with a strong community will change lives. It's currently hovering at about $0.71± with a recent pullback after making new highs. This is so cheap compared to what it will likely be as the market cap is only currently around $250± Million. Whereas similar DEX platforms like Uniswap is currently at $10.5 Billion. To catch up to Uniswap which seems easy due to the broad customer base of Coinbase and BASE, it could easily surpass Uniswap in this bull run. If it just manages to catch up to Uniswap at CURRENT market caps, it'll be a 42x±. Which means a $30 AERO. When UNI was at its peak market cap during last bull run, it was at $33.86 Billion MC, that would be an 135x AERO equivalent to $97 per AERO. Let's not get hasty but it's safe to say that $5-$10 AERO is an easy target. We are just at the beginning of the bull run and this is still a tiny market cap coin that has managed to fly under the radar. We are in exciting times people. Let's make some money together! ------- (Not financial advice, this is just my personal opinion)

Personally I'd swap it for something like JUP but UNI is still gonna do good

Mentions:#JUP#UNI

Any reason whatsoever to hold on to my UNI?

Mentions:#UNI

#DEX Pro-Arguments Below is a DEX pro-argument written by Shippior. > A Decentralized Exchange, often abbreviated to DEX, is an exchange that does not belong to a central entity and all transactions happen on a blockchain. The three largest DEXs by [Total Value Locked](https://cointelegraph.com/explained/what-is-total-value-locked-tvl-in-crypto-and-why-does-it-matter) (TVL) are [Curve Finance](https://curve.fi/#/ethereum/swap), [Uniswap](https://uniswap.org/) and [PancakeSwap](https://pancakeswap.finance/). For a full list of DEXs see this [dashboard](https://defillama.com/protocols/Dexes). > > The largest difference between a CEX and a DEX is the way that liquidity is provided. Most CEXs use an [order book](https://learn.bybit.com/trading/order-book-explained-for-beginners/_ style ) for transactions. Most DEXs employ [Auto Mated Market Making](https://blog.0x.org/market-making-in-defi/) (AMM). These type of transactions are essential for operating an exchange with low liquidity. The supply and demand are matched by a protocol to prevent orders from not being fulfilled for a long time as there are generally less transaction offers available when there is lower liquidity. > > AMM works by users "lending" their crypto as collateral for others to trade. This is done by depositing tokens in a [liquidity pool](https://www.moonpay.com/learn/defi/what-are-liquidity-pools). Users are often provided incentive by the protocol to deposit their tokens by receiving a fixed interest rate on the crypto that they deposit. Therefore users who wanted to hold their crypto for the long term can actually put them in a pool via a smart contract to earn interest on this crypto without having to trade it whereas it would be collecting dust on an CEX. APRs are as high at 100%+ on larger DEXs like [Curve](https://curve.fi/#/ethereum/pools) and higher than 250% for smaller DEXs like [Crescent](https://app.crescent.network/farm). > > Trading fees of DEXs are mostly rather straightforward. Uniswap take a flat 0.3% trading fee, just like [Osmosis](https://osmosis.zone/) on each trade on top of the network transaction fee. Transaction fees can go as low as 0.02% for Curve Finance. These swap fees are provided to the people providing liquidity in the pool as an incentive for putting in their crypto. > > All trades made on a DEX are available as they can be found on the blockchain. Therefore it is possible to base your trading activity on the activities of other people. This also means that you can verify that your assets are where you think they are at all time. Your assets can not be lended to other people without you knowing of it and in most cases without you agreeing to it through the use of a smart contract. > > Compared to a CEX (with the exception of Coinbase) it is possible to own a part of the DEX. Many DEX have their own tokens. For example Curve Finance has [Curve DAO](https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/curve-dao-token/) and Uniswap has [UNI](https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/uniswap/). These tokens are used to pay for transaction fees on the DEX, they can be just held on to in the hope of them increasing in value but most important of all these tokens can be used to participate in governance. Everyone can put a proposal for improving a DEX, see the [Curve DAO](https://gov.curve.fi/) as an example for this, up for vote and everyone that owns the token of the DEX can vote (mostly 1 token = 1 vote) to determine how to go forward. Thus one can decide how to go forward to make the DEX even better. Something that is almost entirely impossible with a CEX. > > Privacy on a DEX is much better than on a CEX. On most DEXs no Know Your Customer (KYC) is required, a wallet that can not be linked to the person that is using it is sufficient. > > DEXs can have all assets on their platform that are available on the blockchain itself of made available through wrapped assets by [bridges](https://blog.liquid.com/blockchain-cross-chain-bridge). In theory the number of bridges that can be made between blockchains is infinite thereby the number of assets that can be listed on a DEX is also infinite. In reality though there are only bridges between the major blockchains available at the moment. This still provides plenty to chose from. According to Coinmarketcap there are currently [935 coins](https://www.coingecko.com/en/exchanges/uniswap#:~:text=Currently%2C%20there%20are%20938%20coins,a%2024h%20volume%20of%20%24319%2C357%2C719.14.) available to be traded on Uniswap and [3,223 coins](https://www.coingecko.com/en/exchanges/pancakeswap) on PancakeSwap. ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_DEX) to find submissions for other topics.

Assuming it's gonna be SOL's cycle this time like it was for ETH during 2021, wouldn't be crazy to assume JUP would do something similar to UNI

I think it's going to UNI's mcap last cycle, so my price prediction for JUP is $15.70 could go higher tho

Mentions:#UNI#JUP

Not true, ORCA, UNI and DYDX were always higher than JIP

1) checking BNB for 1 dollar in 2017, bought shitload of OMG token instead because Vitalik, staking promises etc, lost most of my money, BNB now for 600 dollars. I could literally be multimillionare if not this bad decision. 2) bought several thousands of UNI for 2.5, sold for 1.77, bottom was 1.75 that day, next day went back above 2, bever went below 2 ever again. Top was 45 dollars few months later. 3) OMG at one point in 2018 had good BTC/OMG ratio when I was moving tokens between exchanges. I was thinking to keep few BTC, but decided to go all in on OMG and keep holding that worthless pos. Thanks Jun Hasegawa, Vitalik Buterin and team of scammers behind.

AI - OCEAN, FET, AGIX Dex/Cex - UNI, DAFI, BNB, KCS RWA - FIL, AIOZ

My alt-bag is UNI, DOT, SOL and LTO. Feel pretty confident they all have a lot more potential for growth this cycle.

It's so beautiful seeing NEAR overtake LTC again 😍 BCH and UNI next please

DNT, GRT, UNI, ZRX, CGLD, ANKR have all gone up over 100% in the last month, and I have a bunch more that are +50% in the last month… I don’t know what you guys are waiting for, or what you expect to see or not see on reddit, but ALT gains are here for me!

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I bought UNI and got some pretty decent gains from my stimulus on that, plus since I did a swap it was like getting another stimulus.

Mentions:#UNI

Your portfolio list be as long as mine 😭 i hope you break even on some soon, UNI and GALA have been picking up.

Mentions:#UNI#GALA

UNI was ok, BOMB was the bomb

Mentions:#UNI#BOMB

Consider selling 1/3 or 1/2 so you got your initial investment secured, and maybe even some gains realised. Then hold on to the rest and see where the bull takes you! I'm holding UNI as well and $20 seems more than reasonable within the coming months

Mentions:#UNI

Going through my first bull market, and it's pretty complicated. For example: I bought $UNI at $5 and my target was to sell at $20. Now that it's at $15, it's really really hard not to sell. Every time it retraces by 5% I feel like a fool. Argh.

Mentions:#UNI

$0 here. Swapped from UNI drop 😁

Mentions:#UNI

UNI doing well, shame DOT isn't

Mentions:#UNI#DOT

Anyone know why UNI is pumping so hard? +18% in the past 24h.

Mentions:#UNI

I'm probably not buying anything now but if I was it would probably be AR, XMR and UNI.

Mentions:#XMR#UNI

Happy to see UNI and DOT over performing 🤘

Mentions:#UNI#DOT

Any reason to hold on to UNI? I'm out of the loop there

Mentions:#UNI

LTO, ADA, DOT, UNI, XLM and ALGO. Ugh

I'd keep UNI and ADA

Mentions:#UNI#ADA

Let's crowd source some thoughts on which alts I'm still bag-holding from last cycle will and won't make it this run: LTO, UNI, DOT, ADA, XLM, ALGO Right now *everything* is moving, but 6 months into a pump I'm sure the market will have found its darlings and dropped the rest. Think I got any survivors in my bag?

LFG! Wagmi. I made a lot of FET last month and I'm putting some of these profits into XRP, DIA, UNI, and SUSHI as well. You got to be thinking about the future of decentralized payment and exchange systems.

UNI just shot up 15% in under 30 minutes. I don't even understand how such random intense price movement is possible. Is there a bored billionaire out there picking random things to buy up just for fun? elon is that you?

Mentions:#UNI

LTC , UNI & ALGO. This is just a shill article...

Mentions:#LTC#UNI#ALGO

Looking forward to seeing what they built. The UNI team has a history of making really god products.

Mentions:#UNI

tldr; Uniswap Labs has opened a waitlist for its new browser-based wallet extension, Uniswap Extension, available exclusively for uni.eth username holders. This extension, the first to reside in a browser's sidebar, aims to simplify Web3 interactions by enabling direct token transactions without pop-ups or separate apps. This announcement follows the Uniswap Foundation's reveal of the V4 upgrade for its decentralized exchange, emphasizing self-custody and decentralization. Additionally, UNI, Uniswap's native token, has seen a 51% increase in value over the past week. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

Mentions:#UNI#DYOR

Coinbase marvel teams up with Optimism. OP knights Velodrome (OP) & CB knights Aerodrome (Base) as their liquidity hubs. CB Ventures locks up on Aero & OP increases locks up on Velo almost simultaneously. CL soon to be deployed on Velo with Aero following shortly after. Why does CL matter? The 2 prong attack from Velo & Aero will attempt to rip chunks of Defi fees from UNI.

Mentions:#OP#UNI

Can coins like UNI surpass their ATH in the next bull cycle? I mean, people relate this to the coins market cap, and how something like that becomes very unlikely. But I don't entirely understand why.

Mentions:#UNI

I was wondering why UNI gained 70% in a day, this is great news

Mentions:#UNI

tldr; UNI, the token of Uniswap Protocol, experienced a 50% surge in value following the Uniswap Foundation's proposal for a new fee reward mechanism for token holders. This proposal aims to incentivize active participation and improve governance within Uniswap. The surge occurred amidst a broader market trend of consolidation, with UNI reaching nearly $11. The proposal's Snapshot vote is scheduled for March 1st, 2024, followed by an on-chain vote on March 8th. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

Mentions:#UNI#DYOR

UNI almost goes up 2x in a day, stays there and still going up!

Mentions:#UNI

tldr; Uniswap's governance token (UNI) saw a significant price jump of 50% following a proposal to revamp the protocol's governance system. The proposal, submitted by the Uniswap Foundation's governance lead, aims to reward UNI holders who have staked and delegated their tokens. This move is seen as a positive development for the Uniswap ecosystem, encouraging more active participation and investment in the governance process. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

Mentions:#UNI#DYOR

I'm holding onto my UNI for dear life. I don't want to fall off in the upper atmosphere! 🚀

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Yeah, that's wild. The comment above yours says there was some governance change. I have a DCA in place because I was fleeced from my UNI airdrop. Now with the price change it's like "[You traded $20 for $40 last week...](https://i.imgur.com/pSfHYlU.png)"

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Where else do you get crypto news? I just heard about the UNI governance change and didn't see anyone mention it here.

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Wow UNI up over 50% today

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anyone know what's going on with UNI ?

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What the hell is going on with UNI??

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UNI update [https://gov.uniswap.org/t/rfc-activate-uniswap-protocol-governance/22936](https://gov.uniswap.org/t/rfc-activate-uniswap-protocol-governance/22936) * The UF is proposing a large-scale upgrade to Uniswap protocol governance to incentivize active, engaged, and thoughtful delegation. Specifically, we propose to upgrade the protocol such that its fee mechanism rewards UNI token holders that have delegated and staked their tokens. * This proposal describes the motivation for this change alongside detailed descriptions of the technical changes and logistics required to implement it. * Multiple appendices provide additional context. * Assuming no major blockers arise, a Snapshot vote for this proposal will be posted on March 1, 2024 and an on-chain vote will be posted on March 8, 2024.

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