Dexalot Launches First Central Limit Order Book Subnet on Avalanche with $1M+ in Incentives

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Dexalot’s novel infrastructure enables users to access a decentralized trading protocol with a centralized exchange experience.

Dexalot, a decentralized cryptocurrency exchange has launched on an Avalanche Subnet, marking a new milestone in the evolution of decentralized trading protocols.

The Dexalot Subnet aims to replicate the user experience of a centralized exchange (CEX) without compromising on decentralization and transparency. Its team has spent months building and refining its application using the Avalanche Fuji test network to deliver an on-chain central limit order book (CLOB) with low transaction fees, fast transaction finality, and support across spot trading pairs.

The Subnet is a key pillar of Dexalot’s dual-chain application. Traders deposit and withdraw assets through the Dexalot application on the Avalanche C-Chain, and then trade on the Dexalot Subnet. Communication between the Mainnet and Subnet occurs through generic message passing using high-end cross-chain communication protocols, like LayerZero. This enables traders to trade with confidence — without surrendering custody of their assets — and may reduce slippage in trade execution.

“By utilizing both the [deposit] chain and [trading] chain, we have optimized Dexalot for speed, safety and above all, experience,” says Co-Founder and CTO Cengiz Dincoglu. “We are looking forward to introducing DeFi traders to the Subnet on the Avalanche network, and to further differentiating our platform from other centralized and decentralized exchanges in the market.”

According to the Dexalot team, its unique design “establishes a base for expanding to other host chains to further DeFi mass adoption.” The innovative Subnet implementation is said to represent a foundation for multiple ecosystem interoperabilities to be created on top of, and around, Dexalot’s Subnet deployment.

As well as launching its long-awaited Subnet, Dexalot has confirmed that it will commence a new Incentive Program. The Dexalot Incentive Program (DIP) will give active traders up to 4.8 million $ALOT tokens over the coming months. To be eligible for rewards, users would have connect their wallet, deposit tokens such as ALOT, AVAX, BTC.b, WETH.e, USDC, USDT, and start trading.

In celebration of the Subnet launch, Dexalot is conducting a campaign, #Trade2theSubnet, to engage and educate its growing community of validators, delegators and traders.

DeFi traders can now take their decentralized trading to the next level.

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About Dexalot

Dexalot is a revolutionary decentralized exchange aiming at bringing the traditional centralized exchange look and feel to a decentralized on-chain application. The Avalanche-powered DEX represents an inclusive and transparent environment where Dexalot users can trade crypto securely and efficiently, with no slippage or custody risk.

About Avalanche

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