When it comes to trading, there are many different methods used to determine the average price of a security over a given time period. Two commonly used methods are the Time-Weighted Average Price (TWAP) and the Volume-Weighted Average Price (VWAP). While both are used to calculate the average price of an asset, they differ in their approach and how they are used by traders.
GMX offers a DeFi exchange with a number of unique features, allowing large swaps with no slippage. At first glance, this may look similar to Integral SIZE, however the mechanisms couldn’t be more different. Here we compare some of the main features for traders and how each protocol accomplishes them.
As the bear market grinds on, investors and speculators alike are scrutinizing metrics even further. One that has come to light is upcoming unlocks and increases in token supply. While serious thinking about tokenomics was often thrown out the window during the bull market, as prices have gone down, people are looking at these numbers in more detail.