Trading Engine

What sets DexToro apart from its peers is its adoption of the Peer-to-Contract trading engine, an innovative trading model that solves the common "slippage" problem in trading + further improvements.

The peer-to-contract approach enables trading without an order book and instead relies on oracles to supply the price feeds at which users can buy and sell synths. Since users are purchasing a synthetic contract rather than trading the underlying asset, they can buy up to the total amount of collateral in the smart contract (debt pool) without having any effect on the contract’s price.

Decentralized oracles from Chainlink and Pyth supply all price feeds. More information about Oracles

Advantages of DexToro Infrastructure and Liquidity Provisioning

The biggest benefit of trading derivatives on DexToro is that you can trade with infinite liquidity and zero slippage. The P2C model means traders don’t have to fight the limitations of an order book, like worrying about their orders filling or suffering from slippage—something that big traders endure when trading on CEXs or AMMs.

When trading on DexToro, you can completely bypass the conventional rules of the traditional order book model and automated market maker model (AMM).

With DexToro, users can take advantage of the peer-to-contract trading engine. In this case, the smart contract is a debt pool (collateral) to support the value of synthetic assets traded on DexToro.

Infinite Liquidity, Zero Slippage, Zero Spread, Zero Price Impact Trades

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