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:mega: 1.8.3 version released :mega:

New features:

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Zomg!

Amazing!

Genius!! (Could you add a filter by Type too?)

So helpful!!

I want more Likes for this update. One Like just isn’t enough.

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I postponed this filter because it needs extra work (the transaction type you see on incscan is a mix between the transaction type and the transaction metadata type).

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This is very cool :scream:.
Thanks !

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Thanks for the update

:mega: 1.8.4 version released :mega:

New feature:

(ping @Mike_Wagner)

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Just plain awesome!

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Pure :black_heart: for the latest Incscan updates :rocket:

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that custom token lists is fire!!! :muscle: :muscle: :boom: :boom: :boom: :boom: :wilted_flower: :wilted_flower: :wilted_flower: :wilted_flower: :wilted_flower: :wilted_flower: :volcano: :volcano: :volcano: :fire: :fire: :fire: :fire: :fire: :fire: :fire: :fire: :fire: :fire: :fire: :fire: :fire: :fire: :fire: :fire: :fire: :fire: :fire: :fire: :fire: :fire: :fire: :fire: :fire: :fire: :fire: :fire: :1st_place_medal: :1st_place_medal: :1st_place_medal: :1st_place_medal: :1st_place_medal: :1st_place_medal: :1st_place_medal: :1st_place_medal: :1st_place_medal: :1st_place_medal: :1st_place_medal:

Quite funny statistic, Incscan real time api usage:

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I hope nomics is paying you per call :laughing:

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Completely off topic, but couldn’t resist to share. I was browsing blockchain games. There are so many, some are good, some are not so good. I tried TownStar by Gala games. It is ETH chain based, makes you earn their GALA coin.

The game is about streamlining production of goods. It is fun, but that wasn’t what struck me when starting the game.

There is a worker in the game that has a close resemblance to someone we all know very well. Do you see it too?

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If you want to give it a go, go to Gala Games directly or use my refferal.
(I won’t gain anything from this, financially. Just in-game goodies that are not worth claiming yet due to high ETH gas price.)

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Capture d’écran 2021-02-02 à 16.44.28

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Is that a photo of you?

Haha, nop.

We have what we have. Look at what we have now :slight_smile:

mode

Thanks @inccry for this ‘update’ :wink:

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It’s a theme dedicated to :duck: fan club members!

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:warning: Possible wrong aggregated values on pDEX Overview :warning:

I see a significant discrepancy between the total pDEX volume in USD calculated by Incscan and by Nomics.

Investigation in progress.

Please don’t celebrate the 100 millions total volume before the end of this investigation :wink:

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Discrepancy found!

Nomics use pDEX trades list to recalculate everything in USD. So if they see a pETH-pUSDT trade, they’ll take the base or the quote of this trade, and calculate USD volume as (base or quote price in USD * trade amount). But this kind of trades is a cross-pair trade.

Incscan uses the real pDEX volume to calculate USD aggregated values. So in the case of a cross-pair trade like pETH-pUSDT, it generates 2 different volumes : one on PRV-pETH and one on PRV-pUSDT. So every cross pair trade generates 2 times the volume of the trade.

Question to the community:

Do you prefer Nomics or Incscan method to calculate total volume?

(I could display both methods on Incscan)

Thank you in advance :slight_smile:

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IMHO the current Incscan method is the more accurate representation of volume. When a cross-pair trade is executed, it does create two separate trades. Any trader could create the same volume by executing the PRV-pETH trade first, waiting to receive the PRV in their account, then execute the PRV-USDT trade. Or they could just make use of the cross-pair feature of the pDEX, and go get a sandwich while the two trades are executed automagically.

Functionally these are no different. In both cases there will be a PRV-pETH trade and a PRV-USDT trade. To the trader it may look like a single trade, but it’s not. It is two trades.

Thus I wouldn’t characterize the current Incscan methodology as generating “2 times the volume of the trade”. Rather it’s more accurate to characterize the Nomics method as representing half the actual market volume – at least with non-PRV pairs.

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