"Inspiration to move the tokenized economy forward"
Links to the best articles, videos and podcasts about Crypto Exchanges.
Abstract: We present an in depth report into the cryptocurrency exchange ecosystem. The market is broken down by almost all the possible characteristics (Exchange type, exchange region and trading pairs). The robustness and authenticity of exchanges are evaluated using metrics such as web traffic, average trade sizes, order book depth, security polices and price reliability. The report was produced by CryptoCompare and uses the CryptoCompare’s Aggregate Pricing Index (the CCCAGG), for much of the analysis.
“With the advent of the decentralized economy, we are seeing a wide array of trustless trading platforms like DEX’s, bulletin boards, and relayers that allow wallet-to-wallet trading through the use of cryptographically-signed orders. These orders express the willingness to swap some fixed amount of one token for a fixed amount of another.”
The deep analysis of the cryptocurrency Decentralized Exchanges. Exchanges, Peer-to-peer Trading, Dark Pool Exchanges, Open Protocols for Decentralized Exchanges analyzed.
"Earlier this month, cryptocurrency trader Sylvain Ribes investigated into the volumes of most small-scale cryptocurrencies and discovered that the trading volume of OKEx, the fourth largest cryptocurrency trading platform in the world, is mostly inflated."
A beginner-friendly introduction to the decentralized exchanges from MIT Technology Review.
An introduction to 0x - “an open protocol for decentralized exchange on the Ethereum blockchain.”
An explanation of the 0x and the Ether Delta. Technical.
The author goes through a centralised exchanges' disadvantages, list available DEXes and intermediate exchanges.
"The purpose of this post is to introduce the basic concepts of mechanism design, and give a taste for their usefulness in the cryptocurrency world. If you’re working on a blockchain protocol or application, this will ideally provide you with some introductory resources for accessing the literature of mechanism design."