Solution Architecture

This segment delves into the foundational elements of Dextr, systematically organized to tackle the DEX Trilemma.

  1. Dextr Protocols: These components encompass a suite of protocols developed by Dextr, serving as the fundamental building blocks of Dextr's decentralized application (dAPP).

  2. Infrastructure Protocols: These components are pre-existing infrastructures that are seamlessly integrated with the core Dextr protocols (dAPP) to ensure proper functionality.

  3. Ecosystem Protocols: These are optional third-party protocols that allow users the flexibility to incorporate certain extended functionalities based on their individual preferences and requirements. These include Liquid Staking Protocols, Trading Bots, MEV Blocker, Automated Liquidity Managers, and external DEXs.

Why ZetaChain?

Dextr leverages ZetaChain as its underlying blockchain to achieve inherent interoperability, aggregating liquidity from various blockchains into a unified order book. ZetaChain's capability to implement omni-chain smart contracts allows Dextr to oversee native assets and data across diverse chains, supporting outbound transactions on other chains, including Bitcoin.

This approach enables seamless message passing and value transfer between different blockchains, enhancing programmability for non-smart contract chains like Bitcoin. For efficient management of native tokens, ZetaChain smart contracts generate Threshold Signature Scheme (TSS) addresses for token vaults. These vaults, residing on their respective native blockchains, ensure compatibility and security for assets within their ecosystems.

They serve as secure custodians for deposited tokens, providing users complete ownership over their funds. Upon successful deposit, vaults credit users' Dextr smart accounts with corresponding token balances, facilitating seamless trading and liquidity provision.

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