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DEXes, Liquidity, and Arbitrage with Amir Bandeali of 0x and Ivan Bogatyy of Metastable


January 14, 2019 10:00

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Erik is joined on this episode by Amir Bandeali (@abandeali1), co-founder and
CTO of 0x, and Ivan Bogatyy, general partner at Metastable Capital. Erik and
Ivan ask Amir about the background behind 0x and its creation. Amir says that
0x is a protocol, rather than an exchange. He also breaks down how a
decentralized exchange is different from a centralized one. Amir predicts that
"in the long run the types of assets that are going to be tokenized are mostly
non-financial assets." Amir says that market makers want to port the paradigm
of a centralized exchange over to decentralized exchanges, and talks about
what kinds of ideas from a centralized exchange could be useful in a
decentralized exchange. They talk about the problem of front-running and how
to prevent it. Amir breaks down some of the most common misconceptions about
decentralized exchanges and talks about some of his requests for products in
the space. They also cover automatic market makers and derivative protocols.
Thanks for listening — if you like what you hear, please review us on your
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in touch with us on Twitter @villageglobal. Venture Stories is brought to you
by Village Global, is hosted by co-founder and partner, Erik Torenberg and is
produced by Brett Bolkowy. ___ Further Reading: Can centralized exchanges push
DEX adoption?
opinion-10 Front-running, Griefing and the Perils of Virtual Settlement (Part
virtual-settlement-part-1-8554ab283e97 Announcing the launch of 0x protocol
v2.0! DEX vs.
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