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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.
We will soon be releasing limit orders for Integral SIZE. There are several types of trading orders that can be used to buy or sell crypto in the markets. Here is a brief explanation of each type of orders available in the crypto markets.
ETH-USDC pool on Arbitrum will emit 30,000 ITGR per week.
Integral SIZE will make Arbitrum more versatile than ever. Whether you swap $100 or $1 million, SIZE will provide the most efficient and fair trading experience with 30-min TWAP, 0 price impact, MEV protection and zero impermanent loss for liquidity providers.
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.
Time is the worst enemy for MEV bots. Trade on SIZE to avoid many of the common MEV attacks like front-running and sandwiches.
An in-depth comparison between DeFi protocols that offers TWAP and DCA execution.
A time-weighted automated market maker is a new type of DEX that lets traders place long-term orders that execute at time-weighted average prices. It works through a combination of fancy math, arbitrage opportunities and shadowy super coding.
Time is a traders' best friend.
There are a lot of DEX claiming to offer 0 slippage trading. Is it true? How does Integral SIZE's practice differ from theirs?