Tables
For reference
Target / Limit versus Market / Instant trades:
Feature
Target / Limit
Market / Instant
Price
You choose
Imposed
Execution
Delayed
Immediate
Impact
Zero
x * y = k
Slippage
Zero
0.5%+ Paid
Liquidity Fee
Earned, 0 Paid
0.3% Paid
Front-Running
Zero
Risk
CivTraders are better off than traditional swappers.
For every trade type, gas is cheaper or equivalent to Uniswap v3, a smart but not the most user friendly system.
Trade Type
Uniswap v3
CivTrade v2
Limit: Faster
445,784 Add liquidity
281,492 --> -36.9%
Limit: Cheaper
142,918 Swap v3
22,800 --> -84.0%
Market
119,686 Swap v2
114,561 --> -4.3%
​​CivTrade v2 introduces new trade types and the Auto Smart Router. To every trade type, its optimal execution.
Trade Type
Execution
CivTrade v2 Routing
Limit: Faster
Uniswap v3 liquidity
Auto Smart Routing
Limit: Cheaper
Uniswap v3 liquidity
Auto Smart Routing
Market
1inch API
Auto Smart Routing
For Market / Instant trades, gas fees are payable in all cases, as detailed above.
For Target / Limit trades, you can choose Faster or Cheaper using CivTrade v2:
Feature
Faster
Cheaper
Gas
< Uniswap Liquidity
< Uniswap Swap / Zero
Extra fees
Zero
Gas paid if closed manually
Earnings
Full
Full
Target price
User price
User price + extra tick
Gas payer
User
Liquidity fees
The $ gas cost value shown by the wallet when trading is =
Where 10^9 is the factor to align the price of gas (GWei - "GigaWei") to the unit of gas (Wei).
So, for example on ETH, the price of a CivTrade v2 Limit: Cheaper, with $3,000 per ETH and gasPrice = 80 GWei, is:
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