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Conceptual Model

0x is an open protocol that facilitates trustless, low friction exchange of Ethereum-based assets.

Project Description

0x is an open protocol that facilitates the decentralized exchange of Ethereum-based tokens and assets. Developers can use 0x to build their own custom exchange apps with a wide variety of user-facing applications i.e. 0x OTC, a decentralized application that facilitates trustless over-the-counter trading of Ethereum-based tokens. The 0x token (ZRX) is used by Makers and Takers to pay transaction fees to Relayers (entities that host and maintain public order books). ZRX tokens are also used for decentralized governance over 0x protocol’s update mechanism which allows its underlying smart contracts to be replaced and improved over time.Team:Will Warren: Co-founder & CEO. Amir Bandeali: Co-founder & CTO. Fabio Berger: Senior Engineer. Leonid Logvinov: Engineer. Alex Xu: Director of Operations. Ben Burns: Designer. The 0x Initial Coin Offering campaign will start on the 15th of August and its ending date is yet to be announced. During the campaign, 50% of the 1 Billion ZRX supply will be sold for ETH. The remaining supply will be distributed as so:Retained by 0x (15%)Developer Fund (15%)Founding Team (10%)Early Investors & Advisors (10%)

Founders and Associates

Will Warren -Co-founder & CEO

Amir Bandeali -Co-founder & CTO

Fabio Berger -Senior Engineer

Alex Xu -Director of Operations

Leonid Logvinov -Engineer

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ZRX Latest Updates
May 16, 2018

Relayer Report #2 — May 16, 2018

The latest updates from the 0x ecosystemhttp://erc721.org/0x protocol 2.0 is here, meaning we are ready to trade everything. Check out Tom’s in-depth post here, but the general idea is that when 0x launched, ERC-20 tokens were just emerging. A year later, ERC-20 tokens have exploded in number...

From: Rahul Singireddy

May 15, 2018

Introducing 0x Protocol V2

The protocol for trading everythingV2 Key PointsNew smart contract architecture; seamlessly support new token standards. Support for ERC-721 at launchMore efficient order matching and cross-relayer arbitrageSupport for new signature types and custom verification logicOpen source framework for...

From: Tom Schmidt

May 08, 2018

Development Update #8 — April 2018

The latest development updates from the 0x teamHello again from the 0x team! We’ve been pretty heads-down working on v2 of the protocol, but here are some updates from the past month from us and our developer community.First, we hit 100k lifetime trades! As we say around here, cheers to the...

From: Tom Schmidt

May 01, 2018

Relayer Report #1

The latest updates from the 0x ecosystemWelcome to Relayer Report, a bi-weekly newsletter focusing on the 0x ecosystem. We hope this newsletter keeps you up to date and encourages you to get involved. We’re featuring 10 projects already and are actively growing. If you’d like to be featured,...

From: Rahul Singireddy

18 Ideas for 0x Relayers in 2018

Disclaimer: This post does not provide or substitute for legal advice. When operating a relayer, there are a host of legal requirements to consider. Please consult your own legal counsel.The appeal of building a platform for building marketplaces is that instead of a single entity trying to...

From: Tom Schmidt

April 27, 2018

Announcing Relayer Report

A bi-weekly update on the 0x ecosystemHello 0x community!Over the past 8 months, the team has been hard at work shipping code and building out our platform. These efforts have been paying off, and there are a growing number of projects building on top of 0x.In order to highlight these new...

From: Rahul Singireddy

April 19, 2018

Compliant peer-to-peer trading

Towards the next wave of DEX adoptionDisclaimer: This post does not provide or substitute for legal advice. When operating a relayer there are a host of legal requirements to consider. Please consult your own legal counsel.Key points:Institutional traders must ensure any potential counterparty...

From: Will Warren

April 05, 2018

Development Update #7 — March 2018

The latest development updates from the 0x teamGovernance in 0x ProtocolWill recently published a blog post about Governance in the 0x Protocol, detailing the history of the project and the roadmap for governance.Governance in 0x Protocol0x Protocol v2Version 2 of the 0x protocol is under...

From: Jacob Evans

March 27, 2018

Governance in 0x Protocol

Roadmap, timeline and the role of the ZRX tokenTL;DR0x protocol’s pipeline of smart contracts can accommodate upgrades without downtime or disruption to markets.The ZRX token will drive a governance process that allows stakeholders to securely execute these protocol upgrades.ZRX as a fee...

From: Will Warren

March 23, 2018

Sneak Peek: 0x Trade Widget

Instantly buy Ethereum tokens with 0x protocolRecently, we have seen an abundance of 0x relayers popping up. These relayers usually have cryptocurrency traders as their target audience and create trading interfaces that feature plenty of red and green graphs and candlesticks. Serious traders...

From: Jacob Evans

March 07, 2018

Development Update #6 — February 2018

0x Protocol v2Our team has been steadily making progress on the next version of 0x protocol. Some of the major changes we tackled in February include:Signature generalization. This allows us to support various signature schemes within the protocol. Supported types will include standard ECDSA,...

From: Brandon Millman

February 15, 2018

0x.js Developer Sandbox

codesandbox.io + 0x.jsToday we’re introducing 0x.js Developer Sandbox.At 0x, nothing brings a bigger smile to our faces than hearing about new projects being built on top of the 0x Protocol. We know that the early days of blockchain development can be tricky, so we have been experimenting...

From: Jacob Evans

February 09, 2018

Front-running, Griefing and the Perils of Virtual Settlement (Part 2)

This post is a continuation of part 1, which provided an introduction to blockchain race conditions, front-running, the 0x protocol specification and presented two ways that 0x protocol may be used to implement a decentralized exchange that eliminates front-running and trade collisions by...

From: Will Warren

February 08, 2018

Development Update #5 — January 2018

The 0x team have been hard at work behind the scenes and we have some exciting news in this January Update.Ledger Support in Portal + TutorialOur 0x Subproviders package provides support for Ledger Nano S in the Web3 Provider Engine stack. This package is now being used by multiple relayers,...

From: Jacob Evans

January 09, 2018

Development Update #4 — December 2017

This post outlines major development updates during the month of December 2017.ABI to TypeScript GeneratorRelease of @0xproject/abi-gen package. Our goal was to make a package that allows anyone to fully customize the templates used to generate TS code from ABI code. We use TypeScript since...

From: Amir Bandeali

January 08, 2018

Canonical WETH Migration

In November we released a blog post describing the canonical WETH token, a shared implementation of an ERC20 compatible Ether token to be used by a variety of Ethereum dApps. Since establishing the initial version of WETH, a handful of teams identified two improvements that could be made to ease...

From: Amir Bandeali

December 22, 2017

Front-running, Griefing and the Perils of Virtual Settlement (Part 1)

There are a variety of technical challenges associated with designing an Ethereum-based decentralized exchange that settles trades to the blockchain. In this 4 part series, we will discuss front-running, griefing, and the various ways we can choose to address these issues while focusing on the...

From: Will Warren

December 15, 2017

ABI to TypeScript generator

At 0x we care a lot about type-safety and have therefore wanted our interactions with smart contracts to be statically typed. Since all the type information is already included in our Solidity code, all we need is a way to move those type definitions into TypeScript (the language we use to write...

From: Leonid Logvinov

December 12, 2017

The Role of the 0x Core Team in the 0x Ecosystem

Managing complex relationships with stakeholders while remaining neutral and focused on the core technologyTL;DRAt 0x, we are doing our best to be as helpful, welcoming and inclusive as possible while also remaining unbiased when it comes to supporting the teams building businesses on top of 0x...

From: Will Warren

November 30, 2017

Development Update #3 — Nov 2017

This post outlines major development updates during the month of November 2017.This November, we have been hard at work on several major projects including Order Watcher, 0x Connect, 0x Deployer and transitioning our Typescript codebase to a mono repo architecture. We are excited to update you...

From: Philippe Castonguay

November 29, 2017

Introducing 0x Connect

Last month we announced the standard relayer API. Since the announcement, Radar Relay launched the first public implementation of the standard with other relayers close behind. To recap our announcement, the standard relayer API is a set of clearly defined methods of communication between a...

From: Brandon Millman

November 08, 2017

Canonical WETH

Towards a Community Adopted ERC20 Compliant Ether TokenWe are calling on the Ethereum community to join us in establishing a canonical ERC20-compliant wrapped ether token (WETH) in the interest of standardization across dApps and safer smart contract coding conventions. Our colleagues at Augur,...

From: Will Warren

November 07, 2017

Development Update #2 — Oct 2017

This post outlines major development updates during the month of October 2017.Changes to 0x.jsSubscription methods refactored. Subscription methods involving logs and events have been rewritten to use ethereumjs-blockstream under the hood, properly handling block and log removals, on-chain...

From: Philippe Castonguay

October 27, 2017

Recap: 0x at ETHWaterloo Hackathon

Highlights and takeaways from the 0x trip to WaterlooETHWaterloo teams hacking away at CIGI, who graciously provided the event space.Last weekend, Will Warren, Amir Bandeali, Brandon Millman and I made our way from San Francisco to Waterloo to sponsor the world’s largest Ethereum hackathon,...

From: Alex Xu

October 26, 2017

Introducing the 0x Standard Relayer API

New projects are being built on top of the 0x protocol everyday. As the 0x ecosystem grows and more dApps are built on top of the protocol, there will need to be a simple way to interact with relayers. Today we are pleased to release the first version of the 0x standard relayer API, a...

From: Brandon Millman

September 28, 2017

Announcing 0x API Prize at ETHWaterloo Hackathon

The 0x team is thrilled to sponsor ETHWaterloo, the world’s largest Ethereum hackathon, and to announce that we are offering a separate prize for the best 0x-based hackathon projects. ZRX tokens will be awarded to the teams that use 0x protocol (1) in the most innovative way and (2) to build...

From: Will Warren

Development Update #1 - Sept. 2017

This post outlines major development updates during the month of September.Introducing Monthly Development UpdatesDevelopment updates will be released at the end of each month to summarize key highlights of the work completed by the 0x core team. They will cover the 0x.js Javascript library,...

From: Philippe Castonguay

September 26, 2017

The 0x Ecosystem

Since launching 0x protocol on the Ethereum mainnet we have received a flood of questions asking when the first 0x-based decentralized exchange will go live. This post will provide insight into the development activity we are observing today and how we expect the ecosystem to evolve over the...

From: Will Warren

September 12, 2017

Update — 0x Development Roadmap

In July, we published a timeline of our team’s progress that included a high level overview of our plans going forward. Since completing our token sale last month, we have made consistent progress towards our goal of fostering a diverse global ecosystem of relayers. In particular, we have been...

From: Amir Bandeali