CoinSwap is a DEX(decentralized exchange) that provides users with a suite of services to help them maximize their returns. The exchange wishes to take on Pancake exchange by delivering lower fees and minimizing slippage through techniques like smart contract routing.
Bitquery recently integrated CoinSwap, which will enable anyone to pull any data for CoinSwap. Let’s see some examples for getting CoinSwap data using Bitquery DEX APIs.
Similar to Uniswap and Pancake, CoinSwap also an AMM without an order book. The way CoinSwap works is that it allows liquidity providers to create token pairs/pools and provide liquidity to them, which will be used to enable trades on the DEX. In return, liquidity providers earn a fee) in every trade. Additionally, It also allows staking to maximize your returns.
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CoinSwap Volume and Trades
CoinSwap is a pretty new Exchange, only launched in April 2021, and in the last 1 month, they did more than 113,553 trades, totaling more than $85 million in trade volume.
If you run the query below, you will see in the 2nd month of the launch CoinSwap did more than 100K trades and $76 million in trade volume.
All Latest Trades on CoinSwap
Our DEX APIs allow you to pull DEX trading-related data for any DEX from all the blockchains Bitquery supports.
Let’s see how to get the latest trades from the CoinSwap exchanges.
As you can see, you will get USD value for different values, such as buy amount, sell amount, and transaction fee, because we also provide market data with our blockchain APIs.
CoinSwap OHLC Candle Data
OHLC (Open High Low Close) data is essential for charting. We support OHLC data for different timeframes. For example, we are getting WBNB/ BUSD currency pair’s OHLC data for the 5-minute timeframe in the following example.
Price for All tokens Listed on CoinSwap Exchange
Using the following query, you can get the price for all the tokens listed on the CoinSwap exchange in a single API call.
If you look at the query closely, we only mention quote currency (WBNB) to the price for the tokens traded against WBNB on CoinSwap.
Latest CoinSwap Pairs/Pools
As we discussed before, liquidity providers create token pairs/pools on DEX and provide liquidity.
Using the following API, you can pull all newly created Pancake pools. For this, we will use our
arguments API to get the
PairCreated event of the CoinSwap Factory Contract.
Pools are essentially BEP20 tokens. You will get these tokens when you add liquidity to the pool. Similarly, you can get your liquidity back by depositing pool tokens back to the protocol.
Let’s see how to get liquidity and other stats for the CoinSwap pool.
CoinSwap Pool’s Liquidity
Use our balance APIs to get the liquidity of any CoinSwap pool. For example, check the following example.
Additionally, you can get trade volume and count for a given pool using DEX APIs.
All Trades of a CoinSwap Pool
By providing a smart contract address, you can get trades for any given pool token. For example, we will get the latest trades related to the LINK-WBNB pool on the CoinSwap exchange in the query below.
Getting Pool’s Mint Events
You can use our
SmartContractEvent API to get data for any smart contract event. For example, whenever someone adds liquidity to a pool, the contract emits a
Mint event. Similarly, you can use
Burn events to get data whenever liquidity is removed from the pool.
Trades for a specific token on the CoinSwap DEX
To get all the trades for a specific token (ex- WBNB) on the CoinSwap DEX; you need to pass that token’s smart contract address as
baseCurrency in the API. For example, check the following query.
Getting all CoinSwap Pools for a Specific Currency
let’s say if you want to get all the Pair tokens on CoinSwap for a given currency. Then use the following query.
DEX space is growing faster than ever, and more transaction-efficient blockchains will push this growth to new heights. Another reason for this growth is DEX-related tooling. There are multiple projects such as Poocoin, Bogtools that provide a better user experience to traders; this is attracting many new users into the ecosystem.
Many of these DEX-related tools use our APIs and because of our CoinSwap integration, now they can integrate it with their exchange pretty easily.
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