In today’s post we take the perspective of a liquidity provider (LP) and ask: how much you can expect to earn by providing tokens to the reserve pools?
Uniswap, Balancer, and Curve have achieved to construct purely peer-to-peer exchanges which do not require any intermediary, and attracted already many users. But it is important to bear in mind that things could go wrong when using these AMMs naively as a price oracles.
Early decentralized exchange (DEX) proposals took their inspiration from classical exchange markets and made use of order books to match sell and buy orders. A complementary approach to offchain order books for decentralized exchanges uses the concept of automated market makers (AMMs). In this post we look at the basics of the following three AMM projects: Uniswap, Balancer, and Curve.
HEX is an ERC-20 token and fully-automated contract deployed on the Ethereum network used to recreate a traditional banking product called “Time Deposit”.
This is a step by step guide that shows how to publish a text in the Roptsten testnet of Ethereum. In order to publish in the Mainnet you will need to select it in the first step of the following tutorial.
The purpose of this configuration is to generate a Docker environment of 2 nodes connected together running on Geth and monitor them using Ethstat (at localhost:3000). Then we can use MetaMask as well as Remix to connect to the first node (localhost:8545) to send simple transtractions, like sending Ether, or complex transactions like the creation or call of a smart contract.