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October 10, 2017, 05:04:47 AM
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Leverj’s decentralized-custody exchange model prioritizes user experience and gives traders power over the the most important functions.

There are a number of decentralized exchanges on Ethereum that have come on the scene in 2017. With a variety of different models, they span the spectrum of on-chain matching, orders, and settlement versus off-chain matching and order management. In the Leverj vision, we believe in decentralizing the most important parts of the system while preserving a great UX for traders. That’s why we decentralize custody of funds and allow for smooth order processing and matching so that the feel of the platform is centralized-speed.

Below is a table that compares the Leverj model with competing models. We have avoided naming specific projects because their models are ever-evolving and some claim to have solutions in the works that are not addressed in their own whitepapers. You can see how other DEX projects are designed and see how their model compares in the table below:



https://blog.leverj.io/comparing-leverjs-model-versus-other-decentralized-exchanges-a0621ec84e83

(check out the original post from the Official Leverj Blog for comparison table)

Velo, Leverj Community Manager
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October 10, 2017, 07:44:21 AM
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iam prefered standard exchanger same with bitfinex or poloniex with margin trading
because can get much profit with low capital money
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