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XLS-30 Automated Market Maker (AMM)

About the Author:
Panos Mekras has been actively involved in the crypto industry since 2016. His journey has been focused on education and battling the waves of misinformation, especially in the XRP community. He is the author of the book “Understanding the Crypto Economy” and co-founder of Anodos.
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Welcome to the “Treasury XRPL – AMM Course,” a journey designed for those intrigued by the dynamic and evolving world of cryptocurrency. This course aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of the XRP Ledger Standard 30 (XLS-30) and its transformative role in the XRPL ecosystem.

Throughout this course, we will explore the complexities and opportunities presented by decentralized exchanges (DEXs) and automated market makers (AMMs). By the end of this course, participants will not only grasp the technical aspects of XLS-30 but also understand its broader implications in the world of digital finance.

Course Goals and Outcomes:

  1. Understand the fundamentals of decentralized exchanges and how they differ from traditional financial exchanges.
  2. Gain in-depth knowledge about automated market makers, their benefits, and the challenges they face, including impermanent loss.
  3. Develop a solid comprehension of the XLS-30 standard, its key features, and its impact on the XRPL’s Automated Market Maker.
  4. Learn to navigate and use the CLOB DEX and the AMM effectively.
  5. Engage in critical thinking about the future of cryptocurrency and how innovations like XLS-30 contribute to this rapidly evolving landscape.
Introduction to Decentralized Exchanges (DEXs) Automated Market Makers The Benefits of AMMs AMM Challenges: Impermanent Loss & Liquidity Rugs Introduction to XLS-30 and the XRPL’s Automated Market Maker (AMM) Key Features of XLS-30 In practice: how to use the CLOB DEX and the AMM XLS-30 & AMM: Video & X/Twitter Spaces Conclusion & Case Study