We’re excited to announce the release of a community-built interface that provides detailed statistics on the Bancor ecosystem and liquidity pools.
Note: This is Beta software, so use it at your own risk.
The interface was built using the Bancor Subgraph and the code is fully open-source. That means anyone in the community can add new features or fork the front-end and data queries to implement a version of this interface on their own server. In fact, the app was built by a Bancor community dev who adapted Uniswap.info’s code to run on Bancor contracts.
The code is available on Github: https://github.com/nionis/bancor-info
- Network-level data on Ethereum
- Display the most active pools on the Ethereum network (sortable by volume, liquidity, etc.)
- Display pool-level data, including volume, liquidity and daily transactions
- Buy/sell supported ERC20 tokens directly from each pool page using MetaMask
Conversions are enabled through Bancor’s open-source embeddable conversion widget (Github).
If you’re interested in doing something similar on your site, you can read more about how to embed Bancor’s conversion widget and get paid via affiliate fees.
Pools with low liquidity reserves can be displayed by un-checking “Hide Low Liquidity” in the “Find Exchange” drop-down:
Add a Feature, Get Paid
We are offering bounties to developers who can add additional approved features to the site. Ping us in the Bancor Dev channel if you are interested. High-priority features include:
- Better wallet support (e.g., Fortmatic, WalletConnect, WalletLink)
- Support for liquidity pools with 3+ tokens
- Display pool data for 1d, 1m, 3m, 6m, 12m & dynamic date ranges
- Display APR data (existing APIs available via ZumZoom)
- Hosting on IPFS
If you’re interested in building similar products utilizing Bancor contracts, check out the newly revamped Bancor Developer Documentation
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- Katana: A New Self-Service Portal for Creating Liquidity Pools
- Bancor Zaps: Enter & Exit Pools With a Single Token
- How to Add Liquidity on Bancor
- What Sets Bancor Apart From Other DEXs
- xNation Offers Self-Service Liquidity Pool Creation on EOS
Bancor is an on-chain liquidity protocol that enables automated, decentralized exchange on Ethereum and across blockchains. The protocol is made up of a series of smart contracts designed to pool liquidity and perform peer-to-contract trades in a single transaction with no counter-party. Users add liquidity to automated market makers in exchange for trading fees, staking rewards and voting rights in the Bancor DAO. Since 2017, Bancor has processed billions in trade volume across thousands of tokens, with thousands of users participating as liquidity providers.