0x Community and Governance meeting recap — February 2021

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0x Community and Governance meeting recap — February 2021

Every month, the 0x Labs team hosts a live meeting that is open to anyone interested in learning more about the protocol and discussing community initiatives. You can view the upcoming meeting schedule on the Governance and Research forum and previous meeting recordings on YouTube. Don’t forget to subscribe to the channel and hit the 🔔 to get notified when new content is uploaded.

Below are summaries and linked timestamps for the topics covered in this month’s call:

Agenda (Slide 2): List of the topics discussed during the call.

Ecosystem snapshot (Slide 3–4): Statistics on network health from the past 30 days, sourced directly from 0xTracker’s network insights tab. The key takeaway is that all the top-level metrics are positive and rising.

There were several new API integrations in January, including Shapeshift, KeeperDAO, and Set Protocol. Also of note, Matcha did $2b volume in January alone, and over $3b since launch. Subscribe to the monthly 0xTracker newsletter to keep up with all the latest ecosystem news.

Roadmap (Slide 5–6): Quick summary of the current 0x development roadmap, including what has changed since last month. Community member Joao gets a shoutout for starting the revamp of Instant, an off-the-shelf widget for swapping tokens using 0x. Also, recent forum posts and encouragement to contribute to the conversations happening there.

0x v4 vote recap (Slide 7): The v4 upgrade vote received a resounding “yes” and is now in the process of deployment. There is significant volume starting to flow through it. The API will be more fully implemented in the coming weeks. As a reminder, two of the key features of v4 are making RFQ orders even more gas efficient and the ability to upgrade the protocol faster via a modular architecture. ...

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