About ZKEX Airdrop
ZKEX Airdrop is a decentralized L2 multi-chain order book exchange (DEX), build on three ZK-rollups: zkLink, Starkware, and zkSync. Users will be able to trade assets from multiple chains with a similar experience as on Binance or Coinbase, but instead, ZKEX will be decentralized, trust minimized, and non-custodial, with transactions secured with zero-knowledge proofs. It has confirmed to launch an own token called “ZKEX” and has also hinted at doing an airdrop to testnet participants. Users who participate in their testnet may get an airdrop once they launch their token.
|Token Name||ZKEX Airdrop|
|KYC||KYC Is Not Requirement|
|Whitepaper||Click Here To View|
|Collect Airdrop||Click Here To Collect Free Airdrop|
- Visit the ZKEX Airdrop testnet page.
- Connect your Polygon or Avalanche testnet wallet.
- Now click on “Open my account” and request for ZKEX testnet tokens.
- After a few seconds, you’ll be able to open your account.
- Now start trading on the ZKEX testnet platform.
- ZKEX has confirmed to launch an own token called “ZKEX” and has also hinted at doing an airdrop to testnet participants.
- Users who participate in their testnet may get an airdrop once they launch their token.
- For more information regarding the testnet, see this page.
Decentralized multi-chain trading is broken. Until now.
Faced with complicated, fragmented, and high-risk experiences, DeFi traders had no option
but to use CEXs and give up asset custody, or risky bridges prone to exploits.
Multi-chain trading is too complicated – there is no simple and accessible order book platform to securely trade on multiple chains.
ZKEX Airdrop Multi-chain traders are forced to use unstable cross-chain bridges and wrapped tokens to go from chain to chain.
Impermanent loss, poor capital efficiency, high slippage fees, and sandwich attacks from arbitrage bots are unmanageable on AMMs
Multiple blockchains and stablecoins in one place
Use different stablecoins to buy multiple coins with an experience similar to Binance, Coinbase, or FTX.
Verified with mathematics, not humans
ZKEX Airdrop Transactions are verified using zero-knowledge proofs, then checked a second time by a decentralized network of juries.
Control your crypto at all time
Traders maintain self-custody and trade crypto from their wallet at all times. ZKEX is decentralized and never takes title over your assets.
How can trade crypto on ZKEX?
You can deposit funds to your ZKEX account with your Metamask wallet and start trading coins and tokens from multiple chains such as Ethereum, Solana, Avalanche, Polygon, and BNB Smart Chain.
Where are my assets stored while I trade on ZKEX?
Funds remain in your custody at all times. When you ‘deposit’ funds for trading on ZKEX Airdrop , you pay gas fees to ‘move’ funds to the Layer2 trading layer. However the funds are still in your custody – they are simply locked in your wallet until a trade is completed or you decide to withdraw it back from Layer2.
How does ZKEX compare to other DEXs?
On ZKEX, you can trade with confidence without the risk of impermanent loss, unpredictable prices, slippage fees, or sandwich attacks from arbitrage bots. With the order book method, you can buy at the market price, set limit order triggers, and stop-loss orders to automate your trading. Also, you can buy and sell from all connected chains without any worries about security or fears about loss of custody.
What is the underlying technology of ZKEX?
ZKEX Airdrop is built on top of zkLink, Starkware, and zkSync – three leading L2 zero-knowledge rollups. A Layer2 (L2) network is a network built on top of one or more L1 blockchains. They rely on the underlying L1 network for security and data availability, but process transactions at a higher scale on separate infrastructure.
A zero-knowledge rollup (ZK-rollup) is a way of using mathematics to verify the outcome of a transaction, and compress transaction data down to a minimum. The advantages of this method are that it enables higher scalability (and lower gas fees), fast finality, and a high level guarantee that the transaction has not been faked or tampered with.
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