The article is interesting but it lacks some important informations. I do like Waves but it’s a proxy-token Dex, a pretty well done one. But one of the important aspects to analyze is how Waves gateways work. Do they use multisignature? How many? Who are the parties? Can they be shutdown? Or hacked? It’s certainly better than a CEX but for once I’d like an article focusing on the gateways security model rather than a prom piece. Cryptobridge is proxy-token too and it had issues with withdrawals for a while. Also about the competition it misses one elephant in the room that is BarterDEX based on on-chain atomic swaps, in this model there are no proxy-tokens and the swap is direct p2p
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