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Trading on DeversiFi
All you need to know to trade with confidence.
DeversiFi: Learn how OTC trading works
Learn how OTC trading works The new OTC feature now available on DeversiFi unlocks a whole new way to trade tokens while giving you additional flexibility when working with the exchange. Orders created via DeversiFi OTC have the advantage of not being shared on the regular exchange orderbook. DeversiFi OTC generates a unique “taker” URL that can be shared with your trading partner, allowing them to become the exclusive taker of your trade. The feature allows you to swap any ERC-20 com
DeversiFi Trading Key Storage
DeversiFi Trading Key (DTK) As STARKs use a different signature scheme to the Ethereum blockchain, a STARK keypair needs to be generated, which allows for the interaction with the StarkWare high speed settlement system.Every time a DeversiFi trader submits an order to the exchange, or makes a deposit/withdrawal they are cryptographically signing a message using their Ethereum wallet private key that instructs their DeversiFi trading key on the required action. This is a process that is common t
DeversiFi: Fees and Minimum Order Sizes
Fees and Minimum Order Sizes Minimum Order Size Minimum order sizes vary from token to token, but they are approximately $50 (or equivalent). If your order is smaller than the minimum size you will be notified. Fees With trading fees ranging from 0% to 0.2% DeversiFi offers some of the most competitive of any non-custodial or centralised crypto exchange. The full DeversiFi fee schedule can be found here. You can gain discounts based on
DeversiFi: Why do I need to 'deposit' tokens?
Why do I need to 'deposit' tokens? The DeversiFi trading platform has been designed to optimise for speed, privacy, certainty of execution and cost efficiency. Once a trade is matched on DeversiFi, it is executed instantly, your balance is updated and your new funds are available to trade right away. However, DeversiFi never has custody of your funds or those of the other trades whose orders are on the orderbook. So how can one be certain that all parties will honour their or
DeversiFi: Order Time In Force (TIF)
Order Time In Force (TIF) The time in force (TIF) for orders placed via the DeversiFi UI is 720 hours (30 days). The TIF is not updated if an order is partially filled - ie the original TIF remains in place. The TIF can be changed to a value other than 30 days if you are trading via the API.
DeversiFi: TWAP (Time Weighted Average Price)
TWAP (Time Weighted Average Price) A time-weighted average price order (TWAP) allows you to execute a large order over a period of time by splitting it into a series of small trades placed at regular intervals. The app.deversifi.com screen must be kept open in order for the TWAP to run. Moving to another tab in your browser will not prevent the order from being executed, but closing the tab or browser will prevent order execution. So it is important to keep your browser op
DeversiFi: Order Types
Order Types There are currently two order types available to users of DeversiFi; Limit Order and Simple Order. Limit Order The Trader specifies the exact price and quantity they wish to buy or sell at. The order is then only successful if that specific price is met. Example: Imagine you have 10 ETH and you want to sell all of them. The current market price for ETH is $300 but you are only happy selling them for no less than $320. Using a limit order, you would set the pric
DeversiFi: 90% Fill Market Buy Orders
90% Fill Market Buy Orders Why Are Market Buy Orders Only Being 90% Filled? In some cases DeversiFi executes approximately only 90% of your market buy order. This article will explain why this is the case, and detail two of the potential remedies that the DeversiFi team is exploring. Background Traders on self-custodial Ethereum exchanges (including DeversiFi) sign each order that they place with their Ethereum key (on DeversiFi this links to the trader’s unique Dev
How to Earn DeFi Yield On DeversiFi
This page will consist of an FAQ and tutorials on how to use yield
Privacy on DeversiFi
DeversiFi uses a Validium approach to Layer-2 scaling. This means that DeversiFi trade data is held off-chain and a Data Availability Committee is used. The DAC has three main jobs: Protect user trading privacy by allowing balance updates and trades to be hidden from other users and from on-chain data. Check the balances state and if valid sign to allow the merkel root of t