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  • Key differences between DEXs and CEXs
    This post describes the key differences between the decentralized and centralized exchanges (DEXs and CEXs) briefly and in little detail. A few examples of CEXs are Binance, FTX, Coinbase, and Kraken. A few examples of DEXs are Uniswap, dYdX, and PancakeSwap. For the full lists, see coinmarketcap.com: DEXs, CEXs. DEXs ...
    #Ston Academy 2 min readFeb 1
  • What a DEX is
    DEX stands for ‘decentralized exchange,’ where users can trade and exchange cryptoassets (coins and tokens) directly, with no intermediaries such as the exchange itself or a broker. Users don’t have to keep their cryptoassets at the exchange unless they want to. The blockchain fulfills the role of the intermediary and ...
    #Ston Academy 2 min readFeb 1

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