🇳🇱✖️DutchX Services, Bots and CLI
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DutchX Services

DutchX Services is a project that contains services and other goodies to facilitate the interaction with the DutchX smart contracts.

Documentation

Check out the DutchX Documentation.

Develop

Run a local node and setup

Setup a working environment:

# Install dependencies
yarn install

# In one tab, run a local ganache
yarn rpc

# Run the setup script, which will:
#   - migrate all contracts into your local node
#   - create some test data, basically:
#       - I'll fund the the second account of generated with the mnemonic, so 
#         it has some funds for trading
#       - It'll add a RDN-WETH token pair into the DX
#       - It'll make sure RDN-WETH is running. It'll automatically advance time,
#         or participate in the auctions if it's required
yarn setup

You can make sure the auction is running:

yarn cli state RDN-WETH

You should see something like:

 INFO-cli
  INFO-cli **********  State of RDN-WETH  **********
  INFO-cli  +0ms
  INFO-cli  Token pair: RDN-WETH
  INFO-cli  +0ms
  INFO-cli  Has the token pair been added? Yes +0ms
  INFO-cli  State: RUNNING
  INFO-cli  +0ms
  INFO-cli  Are tokens Approved? +0ms
  INFO-cli    - RDN: Yes +0ms
  INFO-cli    - WETH: Yes
  INFO-cli  +1ms
  INFO-cli  State info: +0ms
  INFO-cli    - auctionIndex: 1 +0ms
  INFO-cli    - auctionStart: 29/08/18 20:03 +1ms
  INFO-cli    - It started: a few seconds ago +1ms
  INFO-cli    - It will reach the last auction closing price in: 6 hours +0ms
  INFO-cli  +0ms
  INFO-cli  Auction RDN-WETH: +0ms
  INFO-cli    Is closed: Yes (closed from start) +0ms
  INFO-cli    Sell volume: 0 +0ms
  INFO-cli  +0ms
  INFO-cli  Auction WETH-RDN: +0ms
  INFO-cli    Is closed: No +1ms
  INFO-cli    Sell volume: +0ms
  INFO-cli      sellVolume: 13.057385 WETH +0ms
  INFO-cli      sellVolume: 14363.1235 USD +0ms
  INFO-cli    Price: +0ms
  INFO-cli      Current Price: 489.0246361597564471047 RDN/WETH +0ms
  INFO-cli      Closing Price: 245.15812699190978180926 RDN/WETH +0ms
  INFO-cli      Price relation: 199.47% +0ms
  INFO-cli    Buy volume: +0ms
  INFO-cli      buyVolume: 0 RDN +1ms
  INFO-cli      Bought percentage: 0.0000 % +0ms
  INFO-cli      Outstanding volume: 6385.382948822861 RDN +0ms
  INFO-cli
  INFO-cli **************************************

One interesting thing you can do is advance time:

# Advance 5.5 hours forward
yarn cli2 --time 5.5

# DEBUG-dx-service:tests:helpers:testSetup Time before increase time:  Wed, 29 Aug 2018 18:03:38 GMT +0ms
# DEBUG-dx-service:tests:helpers:testSetup Time after increase 5.5 hours:  Wed, 29 Aug 2018 18:03:38 GMT +23ms

If you check the state of the auction now, you'll see how the price droped. Also you'll see that we are 30min away from the last closing price.

There's a lot of operations you can do with the CLI, for some examples you can check dx-cli project . For a complete list, just type:

# Get help from the CLI
yarn cli --help

# Or, get help from a specific command from it
yarn cli buy --help

So for example, we can check our balance of the tokens, and our balance within the DutchX:

# Balance for our default account
#  - 2nd one generated from the mnemonic in local (we use the 1st one for the 
#    auctioneer of the DutchX contracts)
#  - 1st ine generated from the mnemonic in any other environment
yarn cli balances

# Check the balance of any account
yarn cli balances --account 0xf17f52151ebef6c7334fad080c5704d77216b732

Another example, we can post a buy order:

# Submit a postBuyOrder of 2500 RDN into WETH-RDN auction
yarn cli buy 2500 WETH-RDN

# INFO-cli Buy 2500 RDN on WETH-RDN (auction 1) using the account 0xf17f52151ebef6c7334fad080c5704d77216b732 +0ms
# INFO-cli The buy was succesful. Transaction: undefined +253ms

The state now should show:

  • That we bought most of the sell volume
  • Now the outstanding volume is smaller. Note that in this case, the outstanding volume is how much RDN do we need to clear the auction at the current price.
INFO-cli
INFO-cli **********  State of RDN-WETH  **********
INFO-cli  +0ms
INFO-cli  Token pair: RDN-WETH
INFO-cli  +1ms
INFO-cli  Has the token pair been added? Yes +0ms
INFO-cli  State: RUNNING
INFO-cli  +0ms
INFO-cli  Are tokens Approved? +0ms
INFO-cli    - RDN: Yes +0ms
INFO-cli    - WETH: Yes
INFO-cli  +0ms
INFO-cli  State info: +0ms
INFO-cli    - auctionIndex: 1 +0ms
INFO-cli    - auctionStart: 29/08/18 20:03 +1ms
INFO-cli    - It started: 6 hours ago +1ms
INFO-cli    - It will reach the last auction closing price in: 16 minutes +1ms
INFO-cli  +0ms
INFO-cli  Auction RDN-WETH: +0ms
INFO-cli    Is closed: Yes (closed from start) +0ms
INFO-cli    Sell volume: 0 +0ms
INFO-cli  +0ms
INFO-cli  Auction WETH-RDN: +0ms
INFO-cli    Is closed: No +0ms
INFO-cli    Sell volume: +0ms
INFO-cli      sellVolume: 13.057385 WETH +0ms
INFO-cli      sellVolume: 14363.1235 USD +0ms
INFO-cli    Price: +1ms
INFO-cli      Current Price: 252.42997784500481456805 RDN/WETH +0ms
INFO-cli      Closing Price: 245.15812699190978180926 RDN/WETH +0ms
INFO-cli      Price relation: 102.96% +0ms
INFO-cli    Buy volume: +0ms
INFO-cli      buyVolume: 2487.5 RDN +0ms
INFO-cli      Bought percentage: 75.4600 % +0ms
INFO-cli      Outstanding volume: 808.5754062636981 RDN +0ms
INFO-cli
INFO-cli **************************************

Enjoy the CLI! These are some other examples to start with:

  • yarn cli balances --account 0xf17f52151ebef6c7334fad080c5704d77216b732
  • yarn cli state WETH-RDN
  • yarn cli send 0.5 WETH 0x627306090abaB3A6e1400e9345bC60c78a8BEf57
  • yarn cli deposit 0.5 WETH
  • yarn cli deposit 150 RDN
  • yarn cli sell 100 WETH-RDN
  • yarn cli buy 100 RDN-WETH

Run the tests

# Launch a ganach-cli in one tab
yarn rpc

# Migrate the contracts
yarn migrate

# Execute the tests
yarn test

Public API

Start API:

yarn api

Liquidity Bots

Start Bots:

yarn bots

Testnets or Mainnet

There's scripts for running the cli, bots and api for testnets and rinkeby.

You just add the network like this

# i.e. Rinkeby
yarn cli-rinkeby --help
yarn bots-rinkeby
yarn api-rinkeby

Run it with docker

One easy way to run the bots, the api, the cli or any other script or utility of this proyect is using the docker image we provide:

Scope and main parts of dx-services

It contains five main elements:

  • Model: Set of convenient wrappers and utilities to provide a simpler way to interact with the DutchX.

    • repositories: Provide the data access to external data sources like the DutchX smart contracts, price feeds, gas price feeds, etc. They provide also a more intuitive error handling, that gives detailed information about the reasons a smart contract revert a operation.
    • services: Provides some common bussiness logic operations to make DutchX interactation easier.
  • REST Api:

  • CLI (Command Line Interface):

    • Allows to interact with the DutchX from the command line.
    • Allows to perform operations to retrieve the DutchX state from any Ethereum network
    • Also, allow to fund accounts, deposit tokens into the DutchX, participate in an auction as a seller or a buyer and mutch more.
    • For an example on how to use the CLI, check dx-examples-liquidity-bots
  • Liquidity Bots

    • Allows to launch bots watching certain token pairs with the goal of ensuring minimal market liquidity.
    • The bots will automatically participate in the auctions usign the provided configuration.
    • For documentation about the bots, and example on how to run your own bots, check dx-examples-liquidity-bots
  • Scheduled tasks:

    • Allow to execute certain tasks at certain times.
    • Used for Reporting: Allows to send reports periodically with the informarmition of the lasts auctions and the actions the bots has been taking.
    • Used for Autoclaiming: Allows the bots to claim their funds of past auctions so they can reuse them in the upcoming ones.

License

This project is released under MIT License

Security and Liability

All the code is provided WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

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