Different DEXs present a unique opportunity to rethink how to design an exchange from scratch based on their own principles. There are some models for designing a DEX like the order book model, the automated market making model, and the Dutch auction model. Bancor adopts an ecosystem of innovative AMMs to build an exchange of optimizing the pricing curve using “amplification coefficient” to dramatically reduce slippage. Whereas, Loopring works by pooling all orders sent to its networks and filling these orders using the order books of multiple decentralized exchanges.
Last week, Corey Caplan, the CTO of DeFi Money Market (DMM) was with us to discuss how the real-world assets can play a vital role as collateral in DeFi lending and yield farming. Let’s move on to another important player in DeFi besides lending – liquidity. In this week, our Roundtable topic is “Ride the Wave: The Present & Future Of Decentralized Liquidity”. We’re more than happy to invite 2 experts from 2 inspiring decentralized exchanges – Nate Hindman from Bancor, and Jay Zhou from Loopring.
Some key points of discussion include:
– Security Concern on DEX
– ETH2 & DEX
– Centralized Players in DeFi
– DeFi in 1 Word
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Credit to our #OKExDeFi Roundtable Guest:
Nate Hindman, Head of Growth @ Bancor
Jay Zhou, COO @ Loopring