0xWailord

0xWailord

TribeDAO shutdown and drama regarding protocol assets highlights the need for an OTC DEX and OTC trading tools in DeFi like Integral SIZE.
Without a shared understanding and process for OTC, communities will naturally struggle to reach a consensus.
If gas prices remain this low, the ETH burned per day won't surpass issuance and ETH will remain inflationary.
Stake, borrow, leverage… Whales are trying hard to build their positions before the merge.
Any staker not doing MEV is leaving money on the table. So how can you avoid being rugged?
We are doing a series of posts about whale trading on L2. In part one, we looked at general activity on Sushiswap and Uniswap. This time we will focus in on slippage to understand how the lower liquidity on Arbitrum impacts large trades.
We are doing a series of posts about whale trading on L2. In part one, we looked at general activity on Sushiswap and Uniswap. This time we will focus in on slippage to understand how the lower liquidity on Arbitrum impacts large trades.
By bringing SIZE to Arbitrum, we hope to enable the high-profile L2 solution to handle large crypto trades as efficiently as mainnet, and make Arbitrum more attractive to pro traders, institutions and DAOs.
For builders looking to start a DeFi project, liquidity can mean life or death for the protocol. In this guide we will cover the most popular methods for attracting liquidity to projects, and look to the future trends.
Average slippage of large trades from stETH to ETH was only 36 bps. But the problem with Curve pools is that the sooner you get out, the better. Integral SIZE offers a new way to do large trades between stETH/ETH.
As DeFi expands to fill even more niches in finance, we can't expect all projects to have billions of dollars sitting in their contracts. Instead, projects that are capital efficient and make smart choices with protocol design will remain useful to the market and able to leverage whatever amount of TVL they have to succeed.
Suprisingly, some of the largest trades have the lowest slippage.