How does iZiSwap Pro realize limit orders with no slippage?


Limited by the continuous liquidity design of traditional AMMs, solutions such as DEX and DEX aggregators currently available in the market cannot completely avoid slippage and MEV attacks. On-chain transactions are of high costs, low efficiency, and high uncertainty in making profit. The complexity of operating on wallets greatly limits the development of decentralized trading.


At its early stage of development, DEX was branded with expectations such as asset transparency, decentralization, permissionlessness, and to avoid all kinds of black boxes that may occur in centralized exchanges (insider trading, misappropriation of users’ funds, etc). DEX has long been given high hopes right at the beginning when Ethereum was deemed as a smart contract platform, when the developers hoped to build a more open, efficient and transparent financial environment.

How to trade on-chain without slippage (or even without MEV attacks)?

If an on-chain transaction can guarantee the exact amount of how many A tokens the user wants to exchange for B tokens, will there be no slippage?

The monthly trading volume of 1inch, in USD. (Source: The light part is the limit order volume, and the dark part is the market price order volume.)
  • For the niche tokens, the execution prices may be worse considering their on-chain liquidity sizes.
  • Risk of being centralized. The transaction signed and approved by the user is stored in the centralized server of the project party, and various centralized servers may encounter risks, such as server hijacking, downtime, etc.

A real limit order book with no slippage and MEV attacks?

Slippage and MEV are natural dilemmas for continuous liquidity such as Uniswap. Even if various project parties such as Cowswap and Block Native adopt designs from the protocol layer and network layer, they cannot be completely avoided. According to EigenPhi’s data, the transaction volume affected by MEV attacks in the past seven days was as high as 2.68 billion US dollars, and the volume of various MEV arbitrage transactions was as high as 336 million US dollars.




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