Arbitrages Leaderboard


This indicator is a comprehensive table constructed to identify and analyze active arbitrage participants within the Curve protocol. It includes valuable details such as the addresses of the arbitrageurs, the number of arbitrages they have engaged in, and the timestamps of their first and last arbitrage activities. By sorting these columns, users can discover additional insights and valuable data points that provide an understanding of the ongoing interactions with the protocol, and who is actively engaged in arbitrage activities.

How can I use it?

This indicator provides a clear view of the active arbitrage landscape within the protocol. It helps in spotting addresses that are actively engaged and can be useful for protocol developers, market analysts, and traders to understand the dynamics, potential inefficiencies, and profit opportunities in the market. It may also be used to identify patterns and trends that can inform trading strategies or risk management decisions.

Arbitrage is a common practice in financial markets and is particularly relevant in decentralized finance (DeFi) where price discrepancies may occur across different exchanges. Understanding the actors involved in these activities can provide insights into market efficiency, liquidity, and potential investment opportunities.

This indicator is a powerful tool for those looking to delve into the intricacies of arbitrage. By understanding the actors involved and their behaviors, it may reveal underlying market dynamics, efficiencies or inefficiencies, and areas for potential profit or innovation within the protocol. It also assists in monitoring the engagement levels and activities of participants within the ecosystem, offering a broader perspective on the health and activity of the market.

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