Today we will review another DEX called 0x, it is DEX platform built on top of the Ethereum blockchain which allows peer to peer exchange, 0x allow exchange of assets, crypto-currencies and much more, 0x is not a DEX it is a protocol followed by DEX, it has got multiple DEX which are called relays under the 0x platform, these DEX allows trading from ETH to other crypto-currencies and assets, the token used by 0x is ZRX and it believes everything in future is a token.
0x is really advanced trading protocol and its most relays are really hard to understand and trade on but there are few steps before trading on 0x, which includes setting up wallet, wrapping ETH, unlocking XRX etc, upon the trade page we can view the screen like this,
Install metamask from the chrome web store and make sure you have some tokens in your Metamask wallet once you have metamask installed refresh the page and a confirmation page might appear,
After being connected the page might look like this,
Coins built on the ETH algorithm and ERC20 tokens can be added as well, to trade on 0x you might need to wrap your ETH into WETH which means wrapped ethereum, this token is used for trading on relayers, just simply click on the wrap ETH enter the amount and wrap ETH, it usually approves in seconds, and the same process can be followed to unwrap ETH,
Unlock the ZXR and you are good to trade on 0x, now what relay should you choose to trade? the answer is you can use any relay they all are DEX and built on the same blockchain but these relays are really advanced and might not be suitable for you if you are new into trading, the first three relays might not be suitable as ERCDEX is under development, TOKENJAR and ETHFINEX, might not have a suitable UI for new comers,
TokenJar also is a really advanced exchange looking like this,
Some easy relays will be STARBIT DEX and PARADEX,
There is not much security associated to talk about on 0x as different relays have different kind of security and privacy options but all of the relays associated with 0x are decentralized and are liquified for making exchanges.