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0x Ecosystem Update — August 2019
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Hello 0x community! Our ecosystem had a busy month. In this report, we’ll review a few new releases from the 0x Core Team, aggregated data from the 0x Network, and important updates from ecosystem projects. Let’s dive in!
General 0x Updates
The New and Improved 0x Docs
We completely revamped 0x Documentation to simplify building on 0x. Our goal with this redesign was to provide more structure and significantly improve the developer experience across three main areas:
- Getting up-to-speed on what you can do with 0x
- Finding the right place to get started
- Accessing the content you’re looking for
We added a ton of helpful resources including core concept guides, tutorials, an on-chain API explorer, and even search! Take a look and get started building at 0x.org/docs.
Contract-fillable Liquidity Made Simple with Asset Swapper
After working with 0x integrators like dYdX, we discovered that it was too complex sourcing liquidity from 0x via existing smart contract architectures. In response, we released Asset Swapper, a powerful tool that enables DeFi projects to automatically find liquidity, pass it into their smart contracts, and fill orders at the best prices from 0x’s networked liquidity pool.
Asset Swapper is a convenience package that provides a simple way for smart contracts to leverage contract-fillable liquidity and exchange Ethereum-based assets. DeFi developers can flexibly use Asset Swapper to swap tokens in a single line of code or build custom integrations for more advanced token trades. Get started here!
ZRX Staking Parameters
With the 0x v3.0 vote coming up in October, our Protocol Engineering team has been heads down fine-tuning the ZRX staking parameters and contracts. Check out the details here.
As a refresher, a few months ago we introduced a proposal to upgrade ZRX ...
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