Frontrunning Protection

Your DEX transactions will not be seen by hungry sandwich bots in the public mempool.

What is Frontrunning

Frontrunning refers to the act of capitalizing on advance knowledge of a trade that will affect an asset's price, aiming to secure a profit by trading ahead of that price movement. In essence, it's about gaining an unfair advantage over other traders. In traditional finance, such practices are deemed illegal and unethical. However, in the open blockchain ecosystem, frontrunning has unfortunately become a prevalent and multi-billion-dollar malpractice.
Within the context of decentralized exchanges (DEXs) like Uniswap or Sushiswap, frontrunning happens when someone, often a bot, detects a pending transaction on the blockchain and quickly executes a trade before that transaction is processed. Since all transactions on a DEX are publicly recorded on the blockchain or public mempool, these bots can easily spot and exploit trades to their advantage.
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