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Biggest Movers: LINK Hits 6-Week High, UNI up 16% on Tuesday

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UNI for Beginners: Infographic by ChangeHero

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Save on gas and earn higher returns when LPing on Uniswap

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ETH merge -- are all tokens on the Ethereum network safe?

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Uniswap (UNI) Struggling At Key Level! Could It Hold Its Bullish Structure?

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havoc | marketcap 100k | strong community | rewards are in uni | join a community causing some much needed disruption in defi

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Havoc | launched makertcap 100k | rewards in uni | strong community | big marketing campaign | trusted team

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Havoc | launching within 2 hours | big marketing campaign | strong community | be part of this amamzing project

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Top 5 cryptocurrencies to watch this week: BTC, ADA, UNI, LINK, CHZ

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Remember when Uniswap founder's bank account was shut down by JP Morgan Chase without explanation and how he complained on Twitter? Well, how the turntables... Now Uniswap is blocking all addresses linked to Tornado Cash.

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Uni Dino | Already Launched 2 Hours Ago | Erc20 | Fresh mc & Low tax | Game & Bridge | Amazing Team And Great Community

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Unı Dıno | Already Launch 60 minutes ago | Erc20 | Fresh mc & Low tax | Game & Bridge

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Let me tell you how I was scammed.. I was ignorant..

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Just got screwed out of 4k joining BAL/ETH LP using Furucombo, be careful.

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Top 5 cryptocurrencies to watch this week: BTC, BNB, UNI, FIL, THETA

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Ethereum Classic Almost Triples, MATIC and UNI Surge as July Brings Relief to Crypto Market

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Ethereum Classic Almost Triples, MATIC and UNI Surge as July Brings Relief to Crypto Market

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In the 3rd Episode of Cryptoverse, We will deep dive into Uniswap. I'll explain what is Uniswap, tokenomics of UNI Crypto, Tractions so far, Future Roadmap, Fundamentals analysis, and price prediction.

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Finding Truly Valuable Protocols: It’s All About Revenues and Cashflows

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TOP- 5 Long - Term Cryptocurrencies to Invest in 2022

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TOP- 5 Long - Term Cryptocurrencies to Invest in 2022

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TOP- 5 Long - Term Cryptocurrencies to Invest in 2022

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UNI, MATIC and AAVE surge after Bitcoin price bounces back above $20K

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What to buy beside BTC and ETH. 5 Defi projects for those looking for a good investment.

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"7500 ETH ($9.1 million) Stolen in Uniswap Phishing Attack" Here's What Happened and How to Protect Yourself.

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Top 5 cryptocurrencies to watch this week: BTC, UNI, ICP, AAVE, QNT

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Grayscale removes LTC, BCH, LINK, UNI and DOT from the Digital Large Cap Fund

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| Uni Muu Inu | Dual Hyped Token Launching On BSC | The Dev is fucking beast - building NFTs will be live on VC at launch |

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One year ago, I gave my kids $100 each and asked them to pick three cryptos in a 40:30:30 ratio to track. I will give them all the profits their investment has earned when they turn 18. This is what they chose (and how its going).

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Upgradable tokens

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Why are you buying Uniswap? Or, why are you NOT buying Uniswap?

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Fair launch Mewnicorn 6K$ Marketcap now, LP locked + contract verified safe play, 1000x incoming CG & CMC aplied.

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Top 5 cryptocurrencies to watch this week: BTC, UNI, XLM, THETA, HNT

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Mewnicorn fair launch now 4K$ marketcap! Huge marketing CG and CMC listing | UNI rewards om the BSC for holding Mewnicorn. Passive Income for ever!

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Mewnicorn MUNI fair launched, LP locked contract verified, NFTs and P2E game incoming. CG & CMC listing and more soon!

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Mewnicorn MUNI fair launched, Based team LP lock and contract verified, UNI rewards on the Binance Smartchain for holders, passive Income for ever!

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Mewnicorn Fair Launch Now, mind Blowing BSC Gem UNI rewards on the Binance Smartchain x1000 easy!

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Mewnicorn Fair Launch Today at 20:00 UTC, join the telegram for more info | Based team x1000 BSC Gem!

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Mewnicorn Fair Launch, UNI rewards on the Binance Smartchain, join the telegram for more info | Based team x1000 BSC Gem!

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The Arbitrum Odyssey Guide: How to qualify for NFT rewards and airdrops.

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UNI Price Analysis June 2022

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what are the 5 cryptocurrency to invest in 2023?

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Shortly Before Halting Withdrawals: $320M Worth of Crypto were transferred to FTX

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unı dıno $dıno |UNI DINO $DINO makes a new revolution in the fair launch of the bnb chain with the first bridge of its kind from multiple networks to $bnb | reward bnb | already launch 5 minutes ago | game | nft | 2k Mc

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Uniswap vs Sushiswap

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Korean watchdog begins assessing cryptocurrency risk after vote held for Terra 2.0 project

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Arrakis Finance (formerly known as G-UNI), the web3’s liquidity layer, has now $746.49M TVL — that's more than 15% of Ethereum Uniswap V3 TVL. This makes Arrakis the largest LP on Uniswap V3 by far.

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Can you suggest a DEX token to invest?

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What do you think about my portfolio and strategy?

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What's Your Preferred Decentralized Exchange (DEX)?

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Uniswap (UNI) Price Analysis: Should You Buy After the Dip?

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New Technology - Automated Market Makers (AMMs) - Omnipools

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New Technology - Automated Market Makers (AMMs) - Omnipools

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Did you miss out on the Optimistic Airdrop? Here's your Arbitrum Airdrop Guide.

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A crypto protocol can’t be ‘more or less’ decentralized - it’s binary - it either is or it isn’t.

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Why Doesn't Litecoin Show Up On Coinbase's Top Mover List?

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Uniswap ($UNI) Overview for 2022 - 2023

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offer, 20% of any profit for crypto advice

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Analisis Tecnico del Mercado Cripto - BTC, ETH, UNI y CAKE Usando Wyckof...

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Anyone want to exchange crypto with a value equivalent to Apple MacBook Pro (13.3 inci, M1, 2020) 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD?

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Thinking of dumping coins before April to tax harvest losses

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Why are DEX coins performing so bad?

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Any advice?

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Uniswap (UNI) to ease Ukraine crypto donations through a new interface

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UNI V3 simplified, let xToken Terminal be your guide........

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UNI V3 simplified, let xToken Terminal be your guide........

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What crypto’s are you holding for 2022?

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What woud/will you do

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Which are the "worthy" projects? Opinions?

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The future of UNI

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Don’t ignore the importance of diversifying your crypto treasury

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Funding the Fee Switch Activation on Uniswap V3 and V2 Protocols

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Take advantage of the opportunity while it lasts!

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Real GEM | Presale 02.17.2022 | Pinksale | Android and iOS App in development | Changing the way people get rewarded | Learn more

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Thoughts on Uniswap (UNI) long term potential and current price action?

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Portfolio Allocations

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People wants to go back in time to buy BTC, yet they are sleeping now.

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Is it enough to buy cryptocurrency?

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Uniswap price analysis: UNI/USD bearish for the next 24 hours

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🌍 Universal Love 💕

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At Gemini Earn’s new rates, I’m not sure it’s worth the risk of a Genesis default

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Monetary value is important but being part of the future has more layers to it, and governance is a vital one

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🌍 Universal Love 💕

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💕 Universal Love 💕

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Latest News.

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Where can I swap UNI.e for some AVAX?

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$BabyUni 🌈 1️0 BNB marketing budget❤️ Anti-bot🚫 Anti-whale feature 🚫 Launching Now on BSC 🔆 Join our telegram!!! Let's Build Together!!!

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$BabyUni 🌈 1️0 BNB marketing budget❤️ Anti-bot🚫 Anti-whale feature 🚫 Launching Now on BSC 🔆 Liquidity Lock!!! Low Marketcap!!!

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$BabyUni 🌈 1️0 BNB marketing budget❤️ Anti-bot🚫 Anti-whale feature 🚫 Launching Now on BSC 🔆 Utility in place!!! Verified Contract!!!

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$BabyUni 🌈 1️0 BNB marketing budget❤️ Anti-bot🚫 Anti-whale feature 🚫 Launching Now on BSC 🔆

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Brazilian Asset Manager Hashdex to Launch DeFi ETF Including UNI, AAVE and COMP

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If you're not a day trader, trading fees don't really matter all that much when choosing an exchange

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Started accumulating UNI a few months ago, and I've been buying pretty consistently. I think that UNI is a better buy than coinbase stock, what do you think?

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In which platform are you staking?

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Short-term financial investment projects

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Why Uniswap is a Good Investment? Detailed Uniswap (UNI) Future Price Prediction

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Taxation: An Opportunity for American Ladies and Gentlemen

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1500 USDT for the golden tip to my 'lost' tokens i forgot [ 1500 USDT will be send to ur adress. No need to press any link or software.. No phising, only ur USDT address ]

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1500 usdt send for the golden tip to my 'lost' tokens [ Only need ur USDT address to send ]

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Six months ago, I gave my kids $100 each and asked them to pick three cryptos in a 40:30:30 ratio to track. I will give them all the profits their investment has earned when they turn 18. This is what they chose (and how its going).

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How is Uniswap labs the company getting this valuation of 1 Billion? As in where is the valuation coming from because there is also the UNI token ? For example : Celcius was a company and the CEL token did not holds any rights to the business and was just a discount utility token. Holders of CEL have a right to nothing . ETH, SOL , AVAX , ADA, are blockchains and holders of their token are owners of the network and its revenue . ENS is a governance token and ALL revenue belongs to the company and nothing to the token holders , so they hold hot air , nothing more . Back to UNI token , it’s a governance token but just recently they voted that part of the revenue will go to the token holders . That’s good , UNI holders own something . But now the Uniswap labs company gets that high valuation raises some doubts on what actually owns the UNI tokens holders? I hope it’s not like ENS where you get the right to vote: as in right to work for free giving ideas but someone else is getting the cash 💰 ENS is making .

At the time many people on this sub immediately sold their airdrop to buy a PS5 which also came out around that time. When UNI started mooning later, there was this meme about $12k USD PS5s.

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And this was just an e-mail newsletter thing. UNI is the reason why I started chasing airdrops in 2018. All in all, I think I signed up for like 200-300. All disposable e-mails and addresses. I had... a slightly worse experience OP had. Only livepeer at $70. The others, I received a total of $4 or so. So basically paid less than a 8yo kid at Malaysia.

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400 UNI is the only airdrop I ever got. Was worth about $16k at its peak.

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Who also still has their 400 UNI from the airdrop?

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Dex volumes and prices also rose, UNI and KDX saw a nice increase, AlgoFi too Feels like the start of a new run, hope yall got stacked, u will break even after 10x increase finally

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*Most used for payments on Bitpay The "most used" crypto would definitely be ETH, and by a fairly large margin. The next highest is probably BNB/BSC since UNI isn't actually used when you trade on Uniswap.

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The only alternative I can think of is bridging into ETH and lending on AAVE or LP on UNI, or if you want a cheaper option go on to VLX and lend/LP there, since moving stuff around is cheaper and faster do not use centralized services, no matter what anyone claims, you can clearly see what happened, you can lose value in DeFi but you do not lose the token themselves

I personally do not like L1's because its a whole nother type of fundamental that has no set ground yet, thats why I prefer Angelblock, BANK or UNI, they have something to grasp on I am not saying L1's are bullshit though, it is just different and i personally dk how it works or care to learn how to judge them in economic terms, just yet.

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Yep, consistent strong fundamentals over long term spans will beat anything and anyone no matter how good of a trader they are, I don't get into projects unless they have something going for them like Angelblock NFT or the UNI token that can atleast be measured by TVL or swap volume

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I got in at $60 and then got a large chunk from the UNI airdrop i immediately swapped for ETH. Been riding it every since. Never sold once.

Mentions:#UNI#ETH

I've gone back to being more frugal but damnit I am STILL traveling First Class! DCAing and wishing I could put in like 1000% more than I am. I took a good amount of profits, but I wish I had taken a few extra thousand more for materialistic things (get a nice VR set, frame some more pictures, etc....). I want to retire from crypto, so I made a chart showing where my portfolio would be if my holdings reached their former 'market caps' (not individual price), and then doing a 2-5x from that price for the next bullrun in 2025. Arbitrary, but I just apply what I think is possible, 2x for BTC or 5x for KDA, etc.... I still really like DeFi, CeFi really did the damage this crash, but you have to watch out for what some projects are doing. Still like UNI and AAVE. Really looking at layer 1s that didn't quite take off, like Elrond and Kadena, and if they keep building and growing we could see massive gains next run.

But Moons are going to be governance tokens. To the people who hope they will accrue value - Being governance tokens aren't enough- as evidenced by UNI. Hoping and praying that some asset you don't understand skyrockets in value is toxic slime to onlookers.

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DOT, Matic , UNI, LINK, ALGO

Lots of people don’t feel comfortable using Uniswap and I don’t blame them. But say you want exposure because you think other people do. You buy UNI. It’s quite sensible.

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I did that once and it turned out to be a blessing in disguise. I bought fifty bucks worth of a crap coin that went to zero, but got rewarded months later for being an early user of Uniswap. Got in on the UNI coin airdrop, which was worth about $3k.

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Or just use EVM chains, Ethereum is already the crypto hub, it enables compatibility between all chains by setting the standard, I can move my Angelblock anywhere with an EVM, I can move AAVE or UNI anywhere, as long as it is EVM it is just copy paste Polka Cosmos and FLare are too complicated and limited, Ethereum can have infinite compatibility with EVM, DOT can only have like 25 chains or whatever it was and bla bla bla

Well in 2020 there was the uniswap airdrop. Everyone who had a wallet connected to uniswap received a 400 UNI airdrop, which was worth about $18k when UNI reached its ATH. Of course most people on this sub sold their airdrop on day 1 for like $2 a coin.

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Axie, UNI, OpenSea, Curve, Maker etc.

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BTC, Ether and Litecoin. ADA is overrated. If you look at the past cycles, alts that do well in a cycle are usually good bets to get at least better than BTc if you catch them at a good price. Maybe Dot and UNI. Also gotta keep eyes out for the next big thing that will replace NFT's.

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UNI has been plagued by fees

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Doesn't look like there is any reason, just that UNI has been going sideways, while the alts around it have been going down.

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I have the 3 tiers on my DCA buying: Big: KDA Mid: BTC, EGLD, UNI, ADA Small: AAVE, ETH, VET, LINK, MATIC I do have a handful of random coins I still hold, or that I've put tiny amounts in. And I expect over the next 1-2 years I'll discover a handful of projects I really like and will hoard for the next bullrun.

See, THIS is why I still love crypto. I got in at the end of 2020 with a bunch of ETH at $645 right after Bitcoin set a new ATH. I didn't have much capital so I took a lien on my car and put in 10k. Shortly thereafter ETH went up to 2k and so I collateralized my ETH, paid off the short-term loan, and then still had another 10-15k to invest so I decided, in late January, to put into a bunch of DeFi projects (GRT, AAVE, LINK, UNI, etc...). Feb 2021 saw DeFi EXPLODE up in price!! And I made 5-8x gains on almost everything. Looking back there was some luck in timing, but I was happy I had some veteran friends to help me learn about crypto, DeFi, cycles, and patterns in the market. I paid off all my medical debt, all my credit debt, upgraded my life (new household items, 10k+ computer, etc...), I donated a few thousand dollars to local charities, I treated family to trips, I memed myself into First Class seating for flights all 2021 and 2022. Sometimes, on good profit days, when I'd go out for food I'd tip everyone working, or give really high tips for waiters (I've worked in restaurants before). I bought gifts for a bunch of coworkers and supported Twitch channels of friends. It was nice to be able to literally throw money at every single thing I decided I wanted to spend money on at the moment I wanted to. My portable speaker started sounding rough one day so I decided to splurge on a $300 portable bluetooth speaker on my break, something I NEVER could have done before. So much stress was gone. Book I wanted? Bought. Vacation I wanted? Set a 4-day weekend and buy the plane ticket that night. Only thing was I didn't take ENOUGH profits. Trying to internalize the "buy low and sell early" mentality now. I could have set aside 6 figures to buy in during crypto winter. I wanted 200k because that seemed a good amount to reach 2.5+ mil during 2025. I'm considerably under that, but still looking at how to become a multi-millionaire on the next run, and positioning my assets accordingly. In the end I still profited over 5 times my salary, but I should have spent less and cashed out more to save for this bear market. However, I'm not gonna beat myself up for that. My net-worth statement is good now, since 2021, and I am living much better. In 2-3 years I won't have any debt at all and will be secure, and I'm just hoping my actions now will help me reach financial freedom.

Swapping DAI for ETH at $108 and then getting the UNI airdrop.

Mentions:#DAI#ETH#UNI

Moving crypto is about as safe as moving cash lol, crypto is not a bank, CEX are just crypto banks everyone compares banks to crypto but that means nothing, there is no comparison, a digital wallet is just like the real wallet you hold in your pocket and just as safe CEX offer a simple service with some returns and an easy way to get in and out with the risk they might take on debt and go under or some regulatory risk DEX like KDX, UNI, AAVE(more defi than anything) are a compromise between CEX and normal wallets and a Wallet is harder to use, you dont get apr, but they also have no debt are open source and always on you with no risk of regulation( there is regulation but not like anyone can really identify you)

How might this affect you? Your crypto will remain safe and secure on Robinhood and no action is needed from you for this planned event. As a precaution, Robinhood will pause ETH, AVAX, COMP, LINK, MATIC, SHIB, and UNI withdrawals during the Merge. This pause is a safety-first approach to ensure our systems and the blockchain are stable before continuing withdrawals. Additionally, we recommend not making any deposits of the above noted crypto assets during the Merge because they may take longer to complete. You will be able to continue to deposit and withdraw other supported crypto assets through the crypto’s detail page. We don’t expect any impact on your ability to trade any of our supported crypto assets during the Merge. We also don’t expect this event to impact other networks or cryptocurrencies not mentioned above. We will communicate any updates on crypto deposits and withdrawals related to the Ethereum Merge event. Does anyone use RH anymore?

UNI is a swingtrader dream

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UNI is a great DEX which got HYPE but still because of the large commissions on ETH it is not profitable to use many This is why I am bullish on Kaddex as it is the first gas-free DEX which means it can also attract day traders the cryptocurrency sphere is developing and i like it

It's all about if you believe in the future of crypto as a technology and your time frame. I believe in crypto and my time frame is the very long term, so the best time to buy crypto was at it's bottom, the second best time is now! I'd suggest a diversified aproach with a bias towards large caps, namely BTC and ETH! Don't forget some defi exposure with UNI or CRV, some oracle exposure with LINK or DIA, some NFT exposure, which might be fine with SOL (even I'm not a big fan of SOL as I used to be). I'd leave gaming on hold because it's more risky

anyone here still bullish on UNI?

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BNB is not the same as CAKE and UNI. It powers it’s own L1 chain. The others are just governance tokens

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What's the general consensus on exchange tokens like BNB, CAKE and UNI?

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I’m up 3.5x because of dumb luck: 1) lost my shirt in the 2018 crash, sold everything for ETH 2) Realized that crypto spring was coming, so bought more ETH 3) Decided to deposit my ETH in a new protocol for APY and governance coin (also did well on the UNI drop) 4) THIS PART IS KEY: the protocol got hacked so I lost most of my ETH near ATH 5) victims were repaid months later in the stablecoin value of the ETH at the time of hack. 6) Converted what I needed to pay taxes, DCAing the rest back in. TLDR: a hacker made me take profits. Note: I’m not talking large amounts, so no DMs, please

Best advice for anyone is to stick with really well established tokens: BTC, ETH, ADA, LINK, UNI, and maybe a couple of others that I haven't mentioned. There is always huge risks with less established tokens. But the potential payoff is huge so you have to be prepared to lose it all if you want the best potential rewards. But it is always best to stick with the best tokens if you are risk averse.

Uniswap is generating more revenue in fees compared to Ethereum. Its actually beyond impressive People are now trying to allow UNI holders to receive a fraction of those fees. Its a current proposal

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Nvm found on UNI

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Sounds like instructions were clear if you went into UNI 😂 🍆🚀🌗🌈

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Selling my 800 UNI .. definitely wasn't worth it. Should have held onto those

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Interesting that UNI has been climbing up the market cap ladder surpassing shib now as well 🤔

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You weren't scammed. Someone probably looked through the unclaimed UNI drop wallets, found yours, contacted you and offered to buy it. You agreed, got paid, and transferred the wallet to its new owner. No scam happened. You sold what you thought you were selling, and received the agreed payment in exchange. Not knowing that you were eligible for a drop, or what the value of the drop was, is on you. People in need of cash sell things for lower than market value prices all the time, just to get cash fast. It's not smart to be in that situation, but the buyers aren't scammers just because they offer to buy something below market value with a quick payment turnaround. As for what you can do? Nothing. Neither you nor the buyer actually did anything wrong.

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UNI hasn't been heading in the right way, while FIL and THETA have been profitable on shorts and sometimes longs. Putting up a solid stack is nice, but I'm betting on ETH, PAXG, and RIDE. Last time I looked, EVMOS was offering over 300% APR asides Ride metastaking of up to 25% APR. I understand holoride, and I believe the pricing perspective will shift once the product launch is complete.

I wonder if I can take my SHIB with me to UNI! /s

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I bought some UNI first time ever, lots of room to run if holders start getting pool fees

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After many days seeing Alts pumping and Majors going sideways. Refreshing. 🥂UNI & ENS 🥂

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I’d still go with LINK over UNI

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The bitcoin and ethereum charts didn't look "natural," by crypto standards, this cycle. They look like jagged-toothed messes. Contrast that with tokens like UNI and DOGE where you have a very traditional bubble pattern in the chart that looks like bitcoin 2014. What is interesting to me is that those cryptos that have this kind of traditional hype cycle/bubble pattern all peaked in April/May of 2021, and what represented a return to the ATH for the blue chips translated into a large bear market rally for these altcoins. You look at the blue chips, it's hard to say where they are going to go, but for of these many alts, the charts look pretty clear that we've already passed through the despair phase. In other words, these altcoins all show traditional crypto patterns, the blue chips do not. What were bear market rallies for the altcoins, were double tops for the blue chips (particularly when you account for inflation), and the gradual deflating of the bubble that is typical for crypto that we saw in bitcoin 2018, or in altcoins like UNI and Dogecoin, has for the bluechips been unusually rapid and violent.

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This is the eternal unrealized dream of UNI

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It's wild how many people come to the conclusion that tokens have no value other than as gambling chips. Look at ETH, it's value is as a compute credit. You spend ETH to perform computations on the Ethereum Virtual Machine. There are tons of services on Ethereum, and they all require that you spend ETH to use them. To me, this more closely mimics a commodity, like gas. Many tokens represent voting power over how a particular protocol operates. Many protocols provide services, having a say in how those services operate is valuable. UNI is an example of this. These tokens closely mimic a stock. Some may even entitle owners to revenue generated by the protocol. Protocols can generate revenue. Using Uniswap as an example again, there is a fee associated with trades taking place on the platform. Rather than the revenue going to "the company", it goes directly to the liquidity providers. Providing liquidity for use with trades is a service. I feel like people don't get past buying cryptos on Coinbase and watching the value change, which is gambling. Actually using the tokens for their intended purposes is not gambling. Just because most people are too stupid to figure out how to use them does not make buying or using cryptos gambling.

Mentions:#ETH#UNI
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>Edit: I think some people may make the analogy with stock market. That's fair enough for most, but remember Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, these companies make real products, provide real services, around the world, they employ thousands of people - there are so many metrics besides lets say "stockenomics" that you can evaluate - hence my argument that crypto investing is gambling. Off the top of my head, crypto projects that provide real services: ETH. The eldest smart contract platform. GET protocol: ticket issue and verification ten thousand times harder to counterfeit. VET: supply chain verification. HBAR: oracle services for all smart contracts needs. UNI: Decentralised Exchange. XMR: truly anonymous P2P money exchange.

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You're still stuck on utility here. That's the problem. The market isn't interested in utility. If it was, coin rankings would look different. Can you honestly look at all the coins in even the top 50 and tell me that they deserve to be in their position by utility? I'm not trying to tell you that Doge isn't a joke coin. I'm trying to help you understand why the jokes are outperforming the coins with "utility": because the *utility does not matter to the market, as it exists today*. The value of utility either applies to the entire market or it doesn't apply at all. If utility governs the market, that means that all the coins are currently at an appropriate spot in terms of utility. If someone wants to advocate utility-based fundamentals mattering to me, I want them to look me in the eyes and tell me that SHIB is worth more, utility-wise, than UNI, LINK, and XMR, because SHIB is higher than all of those. Doge will continue to outperform until the crypto market cares about more than marketing, memes, and speculation. Anyone betting on utility until then is making a losing bet.

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I have a mix. 10% of my gross income goes towards employee stock purchase program (we get 10% discount on top of that). Another 10% gross income goes towards company 401k (get a 9.5% match too), and then 10% gross towards savings, of which I'll sometimes pull out of that 10% and put it in crypto. I'm terrible at DCA'ing, but put a few grand in last month during the drop (all in LINK, UNI, DOT and MATIC) after not doing anything for months. And yeah, that's how I save. Rest of my income goes towards bills and paying down my cards which I use during the month to buy food, go out, and any other miscellaneous purchaes etc...

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Dont care. EF is non-profit. Dont care if Joe Lubin/vitalik kill babies and rape villages. The value of ethereum is determined by the demand for large collection of applications that exist on ethereum. Demand for XRP is determined by the ripple for profit company making profitable business deals. If come in and say UNI, AAVE, MakerDao are securities, everyone would be "yes but you brainwashed freaks are always harping on ethereum which is clearly not a security.

Mentions:#XRP#UNI#AAVE
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Yeah fomo now! Surely UNI will double again next weeks

Mentions:#UNI
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#DEX Con-Arguments Below is an argument written by MrMoustacheMan which won 1st place in the DEX Con-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > #DEX - Con Argument > > Reusing my previous entry [from here](https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/pfos3j/rcc_cointest_general_concepts_dex_conarguments/hdw1d32/). > > *Disclosure - I currently hold several DEX governance tokens, ~5% of my current portfolio value* > > ##What are decentralized exchanges and automated market makers? > > * (1) Intro: https://decrypt.co/resources/what-is-decentralized-exchange-dex > > * (2) Vitalik's original Reddit post: https://np.reddit.com/r/ethereum/comments/55m04x/lets_run_onchain_decentralized_exchanges_the_way/ > > ##DEX caveats > > I'm extremely bullish on [DeFi](https://decrypt.co/resources/defi-ultimate-beginners-guide-decentralized-finance) and believe DEXs specifically hold great promise in terms of: reducing counterparty risk, preserving anonymity and removing barriers to entry for users looking to trade and earn yield. > > That being said, there are some tradeoffs and limitations of interacting with DEXs to be aware of: > > ##Yo dawg, I heard you like decentralization > > - Decentralization can refer [to the protocol itself or to the governance and development of the protocol/platform](https://miro.medium.com/max/1304/0*epCTOVyxEmQq-AiU). > > - [Decentralization is a spectrum](https://nopara73.medium.com/few-words-on-decentralization-and-anonymous-payments-160782d30b9e) rather than a binary distinction. So a DEX may be [decentralized in some ways but centralized in others](https://www.coindesk.com/markets/2018/07/23/decentralized-exchanges-arent-living-up-to-their-name-and-data-proves-it/). Governance and developer control of a platform, for example, can vary wildly: > > >“Some have large control over their direction, others are governed by venture capital investors, and others have broader communities that vote in changes like an open source project.” > \- [Lex Sokolin, CMO and Global Fintech Co-Head, ConsenSys](https://cryptonews.com/exclusives/why-defi-isn-t-always-as-decentralized-as-you-might-think-7695.htm) > > - Users in the [Uniswap Con Cointest thread](https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/og2r4t/rcryptocurrency_cointest_top_10_category_uniswap/) have articulated many of their concerns about whales and VC interests dominating UNI governance politics. > > - But I'll repeat the example of [Uniswap's unilateral decision to delist tokens](https://decrypt.co/76793/ethrereum-dex-uniswap-drops-tokenized-stocks-as-regulators-close-in) after facing regulatory scrutiny from the SEC. Even if a certain protocol is decentralized, the team can take actions to limit access. > > - Similarly, the DeFi community was not too pleased when Compound CEO Robert Leshner [threatened to doxx users](https://decrypt.co/82387/defi-community-blasts-compound-ceo-for-doxxed-comment) who didn't return COMP tokens after a protocol bug. > > - "Code is law. Unless we fuck up. Then we call the IRS on you." said [Blockstream CSO Samson Mow](https://nitter.com/Excellion/status/1443875126982840330). > > - Another concern would be seemingly decentralized platforms like Bancor having backdoors and the ability to freeze user funds ([which they did after a hack](https://techcrunch.com/2018/07/10/bancor-loses-23-5m/)). > > - [As LTC founder Charlie Lee stated](https://nitter.com/SatoshiLite/status/1016499756158234624): > > >"An exchange is not decentralized if it can lose customer funds OR if it can freeze customer funds. Bancor can do BOTH. It's a false sense of decentralization." > > - [Or, as DOGE founder Jackson Palmer commented](https://medium.datadriveninvestor.com/the-lessons-learned-from-a-false-sense-of-decentralization-875b8c2731a6): > > >“The key thing here is not the hack itself — it’s the fact the Bancor team had the ability to freeze funds. How many other “decentralized” DApps have a built-in kill switch that’s centrally controlled?” > > - In removing gatekeepers and intermediaries, DEXs and AMMs promise a more level financial playing field than the permissioned, opaque system of centralized finance. > > - However, even when governance of an open source platform is 'fair' and decentralized, DEX users are exposed to some of the same financial shenanigans inherent to CeFi, [such as front running](https://www.paradigm.xyz/2020/08/ethereum-is-a-dark-forest/). > > - There is no need for practices like [Robinhood's payment for order flow](https://web.archive.org/web/20210729220645/https://www.wsj.com/articles/robinhoods-debut-is-clouded-by-sec-scrutiny-of-payment-for-order-flow-11625655600) when trades are publicly broadcasted for the world to see: > > - "[Decentralized exchanges make it easier for anyone to exploit temporary market inefficiencies for a profit. In other words, it’s easier to front-run the market](https://blog.gnosis.pm/decentralized-exchanges-have-a-problem-7e6d81d91ba1)." > > > - "[Trades on decentralized exchanges \(DEX\) are sitting ducks while they remain idle in the processing queue. A small cohort of developers can and do take advantage of this lag time between hitting the trade button and the trade executing on-chain by front-running, back-running or 'sandwiching' a transaction.](https://www.yahoo.com/now/bad-sandwich-defi-trader-poisons-153336603.html)" > > > ##With mediocre UX comes great responsibility > > - DEXs are often not newbie friendly > > - There is a learning curve to self-custodying and creating a web wallet > > - Because of the immutability of blockchain transactions, it can be [easy for even savvy traders to learn an expensive lesson about human error](https://np.reddit.com/r/ethtrader/comments/jo7lj2/help_needed_i_payed_235172_eth_9500_for_120/) > > - The process can be further intimidating when attempting to[ bridge assets on sidechains and L2s](https://ethhole.link/layer2) (and it is precisely smaller, newer traders who benefit most from[ lower fees](https://l2fees.info/)) > > - So it's not surprising that [many users - especially new market participants - would prefer to accept the counterparty risk of a custodial exchange](https://cointelegraph.com/news/coinbase-regains-1-position-on-apple-app-store-as-crypto-com-jumps-to-third) in return for a consumer oriented and streamlined user experience: > > - Given lack of KYC/AML, the majority of DEXs do not allow for onboarding/offboarding fiat and require users to touch a centralized exchange at some point if they want to get money in or out of 'the system'. > > - To go back to the Compound bug, Leshner clarified that his 'doxx' comment was in reference to DeFi users' interactions with centralized exchanges: > > > "[He said that anyone could identify the public Ethereum addresses that interact with the Compound protocol, and whether they engaged with popular exchanges like Coinbase that collect information about users.](https://www.nytimes.com/2021/10/04/business/dealbook/facebook-whistleblower-frances-haugen.html)" > > - Few DEXs natively offer the same level of trading functionality as centralized exchanges (e.g. limit orders, stop losses). > > - While centralized exchange users are primarily concerned with fees and spread, DEX users must also familiarize themselves with concepts like [slippage](https://academy.shrimpy.io/post/what-is-slippage-how-to-avoid-slippage-on-defi-exchanges) and [impermanent loss](https://academy.binance.com/en/articles/impermanent-loss-explained) > > - As the market becomes more saturated with DEX platforms and aggregators, it can be difficult for a lay user to evaluate competing promises of trustlessness and decentralization - or recognize when they're being exploited. > > - [Exit scams and rugpulls are prolific](https://decrypt.co/55787/defi-rug-pulls-were-cryptos-top-fraud-scheme-in-2020-ciphertrace) - newbies may find it challenging to verify if a DEX is legitimate, especially when dev teams are anonymous and many users lack technical proficiency to audit the protocol/smart contracts themselves. > > - While hacks and phishing risks aren't limited to DEXs, they expose [users to additional attack vectors](https://coinmarketcap.com/alexandria/article/how-to-identify-and-avoid-uniswap-scams): > > > - Given [the ease of creating \(copy/pasting\) and listing a token](https://www.nytimes.com/2021/08/05/business/hype-coins-cryptocurrency.html), it's no surprise that scamcoins abound on DEXs, many of which [spoof legitimacy](https://twitter.com/uniwhalesio/status/1357785710896545792). > > - E.g., [researchers identified over 10K scam tokens and scam liquidity pools on Uniswap V2](https://arxiv.org/abs/2109.00229). > > - Or check out [this recent attack which shows how Uniswap v3 liquidity pools can be manipulated](https://twitter.com/Mudit__Gupta/status/1455627465678749696). > > - More sinister is when [developers tweak the token contract to take your assets](https://twitter.com/r0bster97/status/1338182571558055937) or [remove a token's approval function](https://cryptot3ddybear.github.io/posts/scam-explained-bsc-noapproval/), preventing you from dumping the scamcoin you just bought. > > ... ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/r6rt5n/general_concepts_round_dex_conarguments_december/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_DEX) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds. Since this is a con-argument, what could be a better time to promote the Skeptics Discussion thread? You can find the latest thread [here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/wbjii0/daily_general_discussion_july_30_2022_gmt0/).

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Most coins that have value have unique uses. UNI is a governance token for the Uniswap protocol, ETH operates the Ethereum blockchain, SNX allows you to create derivatives, etc. What does SHIB do? I have no idea---I don't think it does anything, its just a meme token, but the whole idea of the meme token, whether you can swallow this or not, is that capital comes first and then development follows---but the investors during bull runs, and particularly this latest bull run, are dumb money. So your point is well taken, but comparing SHIB to Bitcoin? Really?

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Why is UNI pumping so hard?

Mentions:#UNI
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Wait why is UNI up that much?

Mentions:#UNI
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#DEX Con-Arguments Below is an argument written by MrMoustacheMan which won 1st place in the DEX Con-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > #DEX - Con Argument > > Reusing my previous entry [from here](https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/pfos3j/rcc_cointest_general_concepts_dex_conarguments/hdw1d32/). > > *Disclosure - I currently hold several DEX governance tokens, ~5% of my current portfolio value* > > ##What are decentralized exchanges and automated market makers? > > * (1) Intro: https://decrypt.co/resources/what-is-decentralized-exchange-dex > > * (2) Vitalik's original Reddit post: https://np.reddit.com/r/ethereum/comments/55m04x/lets_run_onchain_decentralized_exchanges_the_way/ > > ##DEX caveats > > I'm extremely bullish on [DeFi](https://decrypt.co/resources/defi-ultimate-beginners-guide-decentralized-finance) and believe DEXs specifically hold great promise in terms of: reducing counterparty risk, preserving anonymity and removing barriers to entry for users looking to trade and earn yield. > > That being said, there are some tradeoffs and limitations of interacting with DEXs to be aware of: > > ##Yo dawg, I heard you like decentralization > > - Decentralization can refer [to the protocol itself or to the governance and development of the protocol/platform](https://miro.medium.com/max/1304/0*epCTOVyxEmQq-AiU). > > - [Decentralization is a spectrum](https://nopara73.medium.com/few-words-on-decentralization-and-anonymous-payments-160782d30b9e) rather than a binary distinction. So a DEX may be [decentralized in some ways but centralized in others](https://www.coindesk.com/markets/2018/07/23/decentralized-exchanges-arent-living-up-to-their-name-and-data-proves-it/). Governance and developer control of a platform, for example, can vary wildly: > > >“Some have large control over their direction, others are governed by venture capital investors, and others have broader communities that vote in changes like an open source project.” > \- [Lex Sokolin, CMO and Global Fintech Co-Head, ConsenSys](https://cryptonews.com/exclusives/why-defi-isn-t-always-as-decentralized-as-you-might-think-7695.htm) > > - Users in the [Uniswap Con Cointest thread](https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/og2r4t/rcryptocurrency_cointest_top_10_category_uniswap/) have articulated many of their concerns about whales and VC interests dominating UNI governance politics. > > - But I'll repeat the example of [Uniswap's unilateral decision to delist tokens](https://decrypt.co/76793/ethrereum-dex-uniswap-drops-tokenized-stocks-as-regulators-close-in) after facing regulatory scrutiny from the SEC. Even if a certain protocol is decentralized, the team can take actions to limit access. > > - Similarly, the DeFi community was not too pleased when Compound CEO Robert Leshner [threatened to doxx users](https://decrypt.co/82387/defi-community-blasts-compound-ceo-for-doxxed-comment) who didn't return COMP tokens after a protocol bug. > > - "Code is law. Unless we fuck up. Then we call the IRS on you." said [Blockstream CSO Samson Mow](https://nitter.com/Excellion/status/1443875126982840330). > > - Another concern would be seemingly decentralized platforms like Bancor having backdoors and the ability to freeze user funds ([which they did after a hack](https://techcrunch.com/2018/07/10/bancor-loses-23-5m/)). > > - [As LTC founder Charlie Lee stated](https://nitter.com/SatoshiLite/status/1016499756158234624): > > >"An exchange is not decentralized if it can lose customer funds OR if it can freeze customer funds. Bancor can do BOTH. It's a false sense of decentralization." > > - [Or, as DOGE founder Jackson Palmer commented](https://medium.datadriveninvestor.com/the-lessons-learned-from-a-false-sense-of-decentralization-875b8c2731a6): > > >“The key thing here is not the hack itself — it’s the fact the Bancor team had the ability to freeze funds. How many other “decentralized” DApps have a built-in kill switch that’s centrally controlled?” > > - In removing gatekeepers and intermediaries, DEXs and AMMs promise a more level financial playing field than the permissioned, opaque system of centralized finance. > > - However, even when governance of an open source platform is 'fair' and decentralized, DEX users are exposed to some of the same financial shenanigans inherent to CeFi, [such as front running](https://www.paradigm.xyz/2020/08/ethereum-is-a-dark-forest/). > > - There is no need for practices like [Robinhood's payment for order flow](https://web.archive.org/web/20210729220645/https://www.wsj.com/articles/robinhoods-debut-is-clouded-by-sec-scrutiny-of-payment-for-order-flow-11625655600) when trades are publicly broadcasted for the world to see: > > - "[Decentralized exchanges make it easier for anyone to exploit temporary market inefficiencies for a profit. In other words, it’s easier to front-run the market](https://blog.gnosis.pm/decentralized-exchanges-have-a-problem-7e6d81d91ba1)." > > > - "[Trades on decentralized exchanges \(DEX\) are sitting ducks while they remain idle in the processing queue. A small cohort of developers can and do take advantage of this lag time between hitting the trade button and the trade executing on-chain by front-running, back-running or 'sandwiching' a transaction.](https://www.yahoo.com/now/bad-sandwich-defi-trader-poisons-153336603.html)" > > > ##With mediocre UX comes great responsibility > > - DEXs are often not newbie friendly > > - There is a learning curve to self-custodying and creating a web wallet > > - Because of the immutability of blockchain transactions, it can be [easy for even savvy traders to learn an expensive lesson about human error](https://np.reddit.com/r/ethtrader/comments/jo7lj2/help_needed_i_payed_235172_eth_9500_for_120/) > > - The process can be further intimidating when attempting to[ bridge assets on sidechains and L2s](https://ethhole.link/layer2) (and it is precisely smaller, newer traders who benefit most from[ lower fees](https://l2fees.info/)) > > - So it's not surprising that [many users - especially new market participants - would prefer to accept the counterparty risk of a custodial exchange](https://cointelegraph.com/news/coinbase-regains-1-position-on-apple-app-store-as-crypto-com-jumps-to-third) in return for a consumer oriented and streamlined user experience: > > - Given lack of KYC/AML, the majority of DEXs do not allow for onboarding/offboarding fiat and require users to touch a centralized exchange at some point if they want to get money in or out of 'the system'. > > - To go back to the Compound bug, Leshner clarified that his 'doxx' comment was in reference to DeFi users' interactions with centralized exchanges: > > > "[He said that anyone could identify the public Ethereum addresses that interact with the Compound protocol, and whether they engaged with popular exchanges like Coinbase that collect information about users.](https://www.nytimes.com/2021/10/04/business/dealbook/facebook-whistleblower-frances-haugen.html)" > > - Few DEXs natively offer the same level of trading functionality as centralized exchanges (e.g. limit orders, stop losses). > > - While centralized exchange users are primarily concerned with fees and spread, DEX users must also familiarize themselves with concepts like [slippage](https://academy.shrimpy.io/post/what-is-slippage-how-to-avoid-slippage-on-defi-exchanges) and [impermanent loss](https://academy.binance.com/en/articles/impermanent-loss-explained) > > - As the market becomes more saturated with DEX platforms and aggregators, it can be difficult for a lay user to evaluate competing promises of trustlessness and decentralization - or recognize when they're being exploited. > > - [Exit scams and rugpulls are prolific](https://decrypt.co/55787/defi-rug-pulls-were-cryptos-top-fraud-scheme-in-2020-ciphertrace) - newbies may find it challenging to verify if a DEX is legitimate, especially when dev teams are anonymous and many users lack technical proficiency to audit the protocol/smart contracts themselves. > > - While hacks and phishing risks aren't limited to DEXs, they expose [users to additional attack vectors](https://coinmarketcap.com/alexandria/article/how-to-identify-and-avoid-uniswap-scams): > > > - Given [the ease of creating \(copy/pasting\) and listing a token](https://www.nytimes.com/2021/08/05/business/hype-coins-cryptocurrency.html), it's no surprise that scamcoins abound on DEXs, many of which [spoof legitimacy](https://twitter.com/uniwhalesio/status/1357785710896545792). > > - E.g., [researchers identified over 10K scam tokens and scam liquidity pools on Uniswap V2](https://arxiv.org/abs/2109.00229). > > - Or check out [this recent attack which shows how Uniswap v3 liquidity pools can be manipulated](https://twitter.com/Mudit__Gupta/status/1455627465678749696). > > - More sinister is when [developers tweak the token contract to take your assets](https://twitter.com/r0bster97/status/1338182571558055937) or [remove a token's approval function](https://cryptot3ddybear.github.io/posts/scam-explained-bsc-noapproval/), preventing you from dumping the scamcoin you just bought. > > ... ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/r6rt5n/general_concepts_round_dex_conarguments_december/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_DEX) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds. Since this is a con-argument, what could be a better time to promote the Skeptics Discussion thread? You can find the latest thread [here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/w84e9a/daily_general_discussion_july_26_2022_gmt0/).

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30k loss isn’t that bad. Heh. That’s a car. That’s a couple years of your kid in a state UNI. That’s cushion for an employment downturn. A good seed for retirement. The fact that humans make an excuse for “this is the Future, a Future where any minor mistake of yours makes you lose years and years of work… isn’t it cool!!” That’s not a future I want.

Mentions:#UNI

One I'm mostly looking forward to that of AXL, they currently have their DEX in the works and the fact that it's going to be a multi-chain DEX makes it more exciting. I think UNI and CAKE are also worth watching out for.

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Coinbase listings mattered for the longest time but they're basically worthless. I think the last listings I made cash on were UNI and GRT. They all kinda die on the shelf now. Coinbase is rapidly becoming irrelevant for anything more than a fiat gateway.

Mentions:#UNI#GRT
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

I believe we've had couple of positive news surrounding ETH and MATIC, two of the biggest movers in then last month. UNI, ATOM, OCEAN and BNB have also made big gains but I'm expecting more in the coming weeks.

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" Notice how Uniswap does not share its revenue token holders yet, despite being the most used DEX; giving rise to the criticism that the UNI token is mostly a valueless governance token. " The unicorn's feelings have now been hurt and it sank into a deep depression as a result.

Mentions:#DEX#UNI
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

I have ATOM & ETH. Will choose GMX over UNI though \[both are exchange tokens\], and CTSI over GLMR- being a L2 with Linux integration & standard programming environment for devs.

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Well guess ill just sell my UNI position and get more AngelBlock NFTs, better gains await..This people aint serious what kind of proposals are these lol, downfall incoming? I propose they stop proposing such childish nonsence

Mentions:#UNI
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Will UNI go above 20 one day?

Mentions:#UNI
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Sure. But then you hodl it on a cefi platform and poof its gone. I haven't dabbled in any shit coins, 95% of my stuff is in USDC, ETH, LINK, UNI and MATIC.

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

🚀 Biggest Winners Today: $FIRO (+188%), $UNI (+22%), $MATIC (+21%), $AAVE (+19%), $AR (+16%), $ATOM (+14%), $CRV (+14%)

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

tldr; AAVE, the native token of the cryptocurrency lending platform Aave, hit a daily high of $81.31 in the early hours of Thursday morning. Aave is currently the 44th largest cryptocurrency with a market cap of over $1.09 billion. UNI, the token behind the popular decentralized exchange Uniswap, has also gained 11.4% over the day. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Wow, UNI is now in Robinhood. That explains the pump.

Mentions:#UNI
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I see people talking about UNI and MATIC turning on the "fee switch" someday. I don't see the incentive for the devs to do that. They're already doing extremely well and prolly don't won't the SEC breathing down their throats. Also, most of the tokens are controlled by the devs and VCs and won't vote to do so.

Mentions:#UNI#MATIC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I mean, you call it ponzenomics, but you don't know what it means. It is just inflation driven, not ponzi, you kids use that word so much that it is gonna lose it's meaning and screw it up, when you print your money, you are not creating ponzis, you are creating inflation, which is why nowadays Dexes choose to use their innate currency like UNI or KDX instead of paying out in USD, if shit happens, the house of cards doesnt fall, but it gets cut away Either lose everything once or inflate and lose predictably over a long time

Mentions:#UNI
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It cost them around $9.1k to steal $8M. Not bad ROI at all. >The phishing actors created an ERC20 token and airdropped it to 73,399 users who held UNI tokens, spending 8.5 ETH in TX fees for the high volume of the transactions.

Mentions:#ROI#UNI#ETH
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The problem is that while it's all very well to talk about the ideals of web3, the specifics are muddy as hell. Solutions like Steem and Dtube have tried and failed to replace centralised systems for various reasons. The issue, as you rightly identify, is motivation. Sure, someone can write the Uniswap UI for the love of the project, but why would they continue to maintain it without reward? The UNI token tries to put a bandaid on that problem, but then uniswap just becomes another centralised company in a crypto guise. I feel like we're so far away from web3, I can only feel the barest edges of how it would function as a whole, and I design mediocre digital architectures for a living. Maybe I'm just getting old?

Mentions:#UNI
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Mentions:#UNI
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Seems like they simply just fail to recognize that it is a scam tokens. They thought it was an airdrop from UNI token cz theyre all LP, and they made a good enough copy of uniswap website to fool that many people. Scary how advance scam tactics are these days

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Sure, Uniswap is an exchange. Trading on Uniswap does not match your order with another trader’s, instead the funds to settle trades come from pools of assets that are crowd sourced. Anyone can add to these “liquidity pools” to supply funds and earn a share of the trading fees payed to the pools for supplying liquidity. Any wallet that supplies Liquidity to Uniswap pools can be seen by looking at the ETH blockchain. A scammer looked up all wallets that were supplying liquidity to Uniswap v3 pools and then sent all those addresses an amount of tokens that they minted themselves. A fake token called UniswapLP. The sophisticated part of this fake token is that it’s contract was able to “pollute” the data that you see on block explorer when you look it up. It now shows that it came from “Uniswap v3: Positions NFT” which is the real Uniswap contract that you already interact with as a Liquidity Provider. So now people who supply liquidity to Uniswap got some new tokens dropped to their wallets called UniswapLP and they seem like they came from the actual Uniswap contract they are familiar with. Since they did not know that the block explorer data was being spoofed, they looked up the name of the token which lead them to a fake version of the Uniswap site dressed up as a claim reward section. The fake site asked users to redeem their UNI tokens for the fake UniswapLP tokens they had been dropped. Once a user connected their wallet to this fake site and tried to claim the promised air drop rewards, they actually signed permission for the fake site to send their assets to an attacker. Then it was all over. The wallet is compromised and the attacker steals the funds. The way to stay safe is to not interact with coins you got dropped to your wallet since the contracts you sign by making transactions with those malicious assets could completely compromise your wallet

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