DEX trades

Definition

DEX trade signal indicates that an outstanding trade had happened on a DEX.

In order to identify "outstanding" trades the top-7 trades over 7 days are considered. If the new given trade amount is greater than the top-7 value, it's marked as "outstanding".

Provided metadata:

  • dex_address - DEX address
  • dex_name - DEX name
  • tx_hash - Transaction Hash
  • taker_asset_id - Taker_token
  • taker_amount - Amount of taker_token (measured in token units)
  • taker_amount_usd - Amount of taker_token's in USD
  • taker_address - Taker's address
  • maker_asset_id - Maker_token's
  • maker_amount - Amount of maker_token (measured in token units)
  • maker_amount_usd - Amount of maker_token's in USD
  • maker_address - Maker's address. Null if the trade happens via liquidity pool
  • taker_token - Taker_token contract address
  • maker_token - Maker_token contract address

Currently supported DEXes:

  • 0x
  • Airswap
  • Balancer
  • Bancor
  • Curve
  • DDEX
  • DEX.Top
  • Etherdelta
  • Gnosis
  • IDEX
  • KyberNetwork
  • OasisDEX
  • Synthetix
  • TokenStore
  • Uniswap
  • dYdX
  • Sushiswap

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