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Rank 24
0x (ZRX)
≈0.000146 BTC (-30.12%)
Market CapVol. 24HLow/High 24HCirculating SupplyMax Supply
≈$480,760,004$22,499,508$0.9012/$1.44537,676,670 ZRX1,000,000,000 ZRX
 0x Charts
 0x (ZRX) Markets
# Name Pair Price Volume(24H) Volume(%) Updated
1 OKEXOKEX ZRX /USDT $0.6584$888,644 3.85%56 Mins Ago
2 ZB-comZB-com ZRX /QC $0.8232$14,571 0.06%12 Hours Ago
3 BinanceBinance ZRX /BTC$0.666$8,847,688 38.37%Recently
4 BithumbBithumb ZRX /KRW$1.84$4,444,160 19.27%Recently
5 BinanceBinance ZRX /ETH$0.6651$1,339,433 5.81%1 Mins Ago
6 BittrexBittrex ZRX /BTC$0.6725$1,187,104 5.15%2 Mins Ago
7 UpbitUpbit ZRX /BTC$0.6715$1,185,349 5.14%2 Mins Ago
8 OKEXOKEX ZRX /BTC $0.6591$579,629 2.51%56 Mins Ago
9 PoloniexPoloniex ZRX /BTC$0.6693$556,056 2.41%5 Mins Ago
10 BitfinexBitfinex ZRX /USD$0.6727$519,603 2.25%4 Mins Ago
11 HitBTCHitBTC ZRX /USD$0.6668$465,843 2.02%Recently
12 HuobiHuobi ZRX /BTC$0.6686$381,067 1.65%Recently
13 CEX.COMCEX.COM ZRX /BTC$0.6677$380,605 1.65%Recently
14 HuobiHuobi ZRX /ETH$0.6657$202,391 0.88%Recently
15 CEX.COMCEX.COM ZRX /ETH$0.6651$202,229 0.88%Recently
16 CoinTigerCoinTiger ZRX /BTC$0.6667$176,989 0.77%Recently
17 UpbitUpbit ZRX /KRW$0.6904$175,188 0.76%6 Mins Ago
18 FCoinFCoin ZRX /ETH$0.6668$174,551 0.76%Recently
19 HitBTCHitBTC ZRX /ETH $0.6662$159,571 0.69%Recently
20 BitfinexBitfinex ZRX /ETH$0.6657$152,317 0.66%8 Mins Ago
21 HitBTCHitBTC ZRX /BTC $0.6692$114,989 0.50%2 Mins Ago
22 PoloniexPoloniex ZRX /ETH$0.6677$114,914 0.50%22 Mins Ago
23 UpbitUpbit ZRX /ETH$0.6703$114,083 0.49%15 Mins Ago
24 BittrexBittrex ZRX /ETH$0.6694$113,938 0.49%14 Mins Ago
25 BitfinexBitfinex ZRX /BTC$0.6727$108,830 0.47%8 Mins Ago
26 OKEXOKEX ZRX /ETH $0.6607$80,798 0.35%56 Mins Ago
27 LiquiLiqui ZRX /BTC $0.6628$54,077 0.23%2 Mins Ago
28 CoinTigerCoinTiger ZRX /ETH$0.6676$50,579 0.22%3 Mins Ago
29 MercatoxMercatox ZRX /BTC $0.8256$46,381 0.20%10 Mins Ago
30 Gate-ioGate-io ZRX /USDT$0.6611$41,087 0.18%9 Mins Ago
31 MercatoxMercatox ZRX /ETH $0.6741$34,999 0.15%5 Mins Ago
32 DDEXDDEX ZRX /ETH $0.6673$30,104 0.13%1 Hours Ago
33 LiquiLiqui ZRX /USDT $0.6603$28,165 0.12%Recently
34 CoinoneCoinone ZRX /KRW$0.7002$27,234 0.12%9 Mins Ago
35 LiquiLiqui ZRX /ETH $0.667$20,915 0.09%7 Mins Ago
36 OTCBTCOTCBTC ZRX /ETH $0.6622$16,224 0.07%1 Mins Ago
37 GOPAXGOPAX ZRX /KRW $0.6656$7,201 0.03%4 Hours Ago
38 Gate-ioGate-io ZRX /ETH $0.6744$7,197 0.03%17 Mins Ago
39 BitbnsBitbns ZRX /INR$0.7832$5,027 0.02%1 Hours Ago
40 Gate-ioGate-io ZRX /BTC $0.6759$3,688 0.02%2 Hours Ago
41 LivecoinLivecoin ZRX /BTC $0.7062$1,085 0.00%3 Hours Ago
42 BitBayBitBay ZRX /PLN$0.7442$936 0.00%3 Hours Ago
43 Crex24Crex24 ZRX /BTC $0.6765$883 0.00%23 Mins Ago
44 Bite-CeoBite-Ceo ZRX /QC$0.68$809 0.00%4 Hours Ago
45 TidexTidex ZRX /ETH$0.6977$439 0.00%5 Hours Ago
46 IDEXIDEX ZRX /ETH $0.6977$439 0.00%5 Hours Ago
47 COBINHOODCOBINHOOD ZRX /BTC$0.6878$391 0.00%6 Hours Ago
48 ZB-comZB-com ZRX /USDT$0.7396$310 0.00%16 Hours Ago
49 LivecoinLivecoin ZRX /USD $0.65$143 0.00%6 Hours Ago
50 BitBayBitBay ZRX /USD$0.76$17 0.00%7 Hours Ago
51 LivecoinLivecoin ZRX /ETH $0.784$10 0.00%11 Hours Ago
52 IquantIquant ZRX /CNT?$? 0.00%42 Mins Ago
53 IquantIquant ZRX /ETH?$? 0.00%56 Mins Ago
54 ZB-comZB-com ZRX /BTC?$? 0.00%11 Hours Ago
55 IquantIquant ZRX /USDT?$? 0.00%1 Hours Ago
56 IquantIquant ZRX /BTC?$? 0.00%1 Hours Ago
57 COBINHOODCOBINHOOD ZRX /ETH?$? 0.00%22 Hours Ago
* Price Excluded
** Volume Excluded - No Trading Fees
*** Price/Volume Excluded - Outlier Detected
 Analysis for 0x (ZRX)
ZRX Volume by Currency
ZRX - USD Volume by Exchange

What is ZRX (0X)?

 

We describe ZRX a protocol that facilitates low friction peer-to-peer exchange of ERC20 tokens on the Ethereum blockchain. The protocol is intended to serve as an open standard and common building block, driving interoperability among decentralized applications (dApps) that incorporate exchange functionality. Trades are executed by a system of Ethereum smart contracts that are publicly accessible, free to use and that any dApp can hook into. DApps built on top of the protocol can access public liquidity pools or create their own liquidity pool and charge transaction fees on the resulting volume. The protocol is unopinionated: it does not impose costs on its users or arbitrarily extract value from one group of users to benefit another. Decentralized governance is used to continuously and securely integrate updates into the base protocol without disrupting dApps or end users.

Each order is a data packet containing order parameters and an associated signature. Order parameters are concatenated and hashed to 32 bytes via the Keccak SHA3 function. The order originator signs the order hash with their private key to produce an ECDSA signature.

1. Point-to-point Orders

Point-to-point orders allow two parties to directly exchange tokens between each other using just about any communication medium they prefer to relay messages. The packet of data that makes up the order is a few hundred bytes of hex that may be sent through email, a Facebook message, whisper or any similar service. The order can only be filled by the specified taker address, rendering the order useless for eavesdroppers or outside parties.

2. Broadcast Orders

For liquid markets to emerge, there must be public locations where buyers and sellers may post orders that are subsequently aggregated into order books i.e. exchanges. Building and operating an exchange is costly and the protocol we have described so far does not provide an incentive for someone to take on such an expense. Broadcast orders solve this issue by allowing anyone to act as an exchange, maintain an order book (public or private) and charge transaction fees on all resulting liquidity. We refer to entities that host and maintain an order book as Relayers rather than exchanges. Where an exchange must build and operate proprietary infrastructure, execute trades and handle user funds, Relayers merely facilitate signaling between market participants by hosting and propagating an order book that consists of generic messages. Relayers do not execute trades on behalf of market participants as this would require market participants to trust the Relayer. Instead, Takers execute their own trades.

The message format for broadcast orders includes two changes to the point-to-point message format to facilitate public exchange and incentivize Relayers. First, broadcast orders do not specify a taker address, allowing a broadcast order to be filled by anyone that happens to intercept it. Second, broadcast orders include feeA, feeB, and feeRecipient parameters which specify transaction fee values and an address used by a Relayer to collect transaction fees. The exchange smart contract transfers these fees to feeRecipient if and when an order is filled. Figure 3 presents the sequence of steps Makers and Relayers use to negotiate transaction fees in a trustless way.

Useful Links:

Official Website: https://0xproject.com/

White Paper: https://0xproject.com/pdfs/0x_white_paper.pdf

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