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  • Decentralized exchanges – Why are they suddenly popular?

    Posted by justin78 on May 15, 2024 at 12:23 pm

    A decentralized exchange (DEX) script is essentially a set of codes that enables the creation and operation of a decentralized exchange platform. Unlike centralized exchanges (CEX), which are operated by a single entity and require users to trust them with their funds, decentralized exchanges operate on a distributed network of nodes, where trades occur directly between users’ wallets using smart contracts.

    The script typically includes functionality for,

    User Wallet Integration

    Allowing users to connect their wallets (such as MetaMask or Trust Wallet) to the exchange platform.

    Order Matching

    Matching buy and sell orders based on predefined parameters, usually using order books or automated market makers (AMMs).

    Trade Execution

    Executing trades atomically, ensures that both sides of the trade are completed successfully or not at all.

    Security Measures

    Implementing security features to protect users’ funds and prevent unauthorized access or manipulation.

    User Interface

    Providing a user-friendly interface for users to interact with the exchange, including trading, viewing order books, and managing their funds.

    Developers can use Decentralized exchange scripts as a foundation to build their decentralized exchange platforms, customizing features and designs according to their specific requirements. These scripts often leverage blockchain technologies like Ethereum, Binance Smart Chain, or other compatible blockchain networks.

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