NFT trading reimagined? How to trade NFTs using AMM pools - 0xmons, Sudoswap, Ep. 196


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Opensea facilitated $14 billion transactions in 2021 and is the largest NFT trading platform. However, users often face platform liveness, high fees and collection censorship issues.

What if there was a decentralized alternative that could disrupt Opensea, just like Uniswap did to centralized trading exchanges? This week, founder of Sudoswap, Owen shares with us:

  • What is Sudoswap?
  • How does Sudoswap’s trading design compare to other NFT platforms?
  • How is Sudoswap going to incentivize usage?

Host: Jason Choi @mrjasonchoi . Not financial advice.

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(00:00:00) – Introduction

(00:01:07) – Owen's Background

(00:05:24) – Reason for Building NFT Trading Platform

(00:06:51) – What is SudoSwap

(00:09:44) – How does AMM Work for Trading NFTs

(00:15:43) – Sudoswap’s AMM vs Other Existing NFT AMMs

(00:22:36) – Sudoswap’s Benefits for Users

(00:27:23) – User Incentivization Strategy & Sustainability

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