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Tarun Chitra
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One of the most interesting things that those in Ethereum can learn about from Solana is Jito's MEV auction; here are some high level differences: 1. # of auctions isn't fixed per slot; dynamically changes based on txns 2. Set of auctions implicitly defines a DAG of state priority 3. Often more efficient than PBS (!)
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Tarun Chitra
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Let's try to dive into these features and get some heuristics for why they help 1. Dynamic auctions The number of auctions run in a slot changes based on the transactions; for instance, if there are 6 txns going to 3 different Uniswap pools, then three auctions are implicitly run for each Uniswap pool
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@0xmert
awesome post
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It's not possible with Jito to create atomic transaction bundles which touch two different states?
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Do you think we can use the fact that there is randomness when you contend for the same state to have some sort of order policy enforcement(basic one is disincentivize frontrun/sandwich)? I have gathered my thoughts regarding this in this post. https://hackmd.io/@0xtrojan/bullshark_poh
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But in fact, sol is still a local dog.
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