The next generation of decentralized exchanges does not use order books to facilitate trades or set prices. Instead, these platforms typically employ liquidity pool protocols to determine asset pricing. Peer-to-peer in nature, these exchanges execute trades between users’ wallets instantly — a process some refer to as a swap. The DEXs in this category are ranked in total value locked (TVL), or the value of assets held in the protocol's smart contracts.
Decentralization is not a new concept. When building a technology solution, three primary network architectures are typically considered: centralized, distributed, and decentralized. While blockchain technologies often make use of decentralized networks, a blockchain application itself cannot be categorized simply as being decentralized or not. Rather, decentralization is a sliding scale and should be applied to all aspects of a blockchain application. By decentralizing the management of and access to resources in an application, greater and fairer service can be achieved. Decentralization typically has some tradeoffs such as lower transaction throughput, but ideally, the tradeoffs are worth the improved stability and service levels they produce.
ArecaSwap is a BSC-based decentralized trading protocol for automated liquidity provision and an open financial market accessible to all. ArecaSwap supports secure and immediate exchange between any BEP20 tokens. Market makers will get service fees continuously without the platform taking any commission
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