Season 3

Episode 18

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Real-Time Trade Decisions

Tue Mar 14 2023





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Real-Time Trade Decisions

Marina is a computer scientist with a passion for technology. While she was learning her way through web3, she found a place as Product Manager at DexGuru. DexGuru is an aggregator exchange with real-time data that provides market insights for better trading decisions.

00:00 to 10:02 - Who’s Marina

10:02 to 12:28 - DexGuru

12:28 to 14:24 - User Perspective

14:24 to 19:04 - Aggregating Other Exchanges

19:04 to 19:46 - Friendly UI

19:46 to 23:42 - Key Features

23:42 to 26:34 - Upcoming Features

26:34 to 36:28 - Industry View

36:28 to 38:20 - Product View

38:20 to 47:48 - Marina DeFi Experience

47:48 to 50:33 - Anonimity

50:34 to 57:29 - Technology

57:29 to 1:02:00 - Rounding Off


EVM: The Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) is a runtime environment for smart contracts in Ethereum. It is a virtual machine that executes code written in bytecode format and is responsible for executing all the code on the Ethereum blockchain.

Etherscan: Etherscan is a blockchain explorer for the Ethereum network. It provides a way to explore and search for transactions, addresses, and other data on the Ethereum blockchain.

Shitcoins: Shitcoins is a slang term used to describe cryptocurrencies that are considered to be low-quality, scammy, or worthless.

Front-end: The front-end refers to the user-facing part of a web application, including the interface and the design.

Back-end: The back-end refers to the server-side of a web application, including the database and the server logic.

Solana: Solana is a high-performance blockchain designed for decentralized applications and crypto assets. It is known for its high transaction speeds and low transaction fees.

Arbitrum: Arbitrum is a layer 2 scaling solution for Ethereum that uses Optimistic Rollups to increase the network's throughput and reduce gas fees.

Tracer: Tracer is a DeFi protocol that provides decentralized trading and risk management tools for financial derivatives.

Polygon: Polygon (formerly Matic Network) is a layer 2 scaling solution for Ethereum that uses sidechains to increase the network's throughput and reduce gas fees.

cc0: cc0 is a public domain dedication for creative works. It allows creators to waive all their copyright and related rights to a work and place it in the public domain.

Off-chain: Off-chain refers to transactions or data that are processed outside of the blockchain. This is typically done to improve scalability and reduce fees.

Forks: A fork is a software update that creates a new version of a blockchain. There are two types of forks: hard forks and soft forks.

Metamask: Metamask is a web3 wallet that allows users to interact with decentralized applications on the Ethereum blockchain.

Solidity: Solidity is a programming language used to write smart contracts on the Ethereum blockchain.

zk proof: Zero-knowledge proofs (zk proofs) are a cryptographic technique that allows one party to prove to another party that they know a certain piece of information, without revealing the information itself.

Tron: Tron is a blockchain platform that is designed for building decentralized applications and content sharing.

Impermanent Loss: Impermanent loss is a concept in automated market maker (AMM) protocols, where liquidity providers can experience a loss in value due to fluctuations in the price of the assets they have provided liquidity for. The loss is considered "impermanent" because it disappears when the assets are withdrawn from the pool.

Hash: A blockchain hash is a digital fingerprint of a block in a blockchain network.

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