Etherscan Community Poll - Apr 2021
MEV is quickly becoming a fixture of the Ethereum blockchain. How much do you know about it? Take our quiz to learn more and stand a chance to win $10 in ETH at the same time!
Responses should be made by 30 April 2021 to be in the running.
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Which of these are examples of front running?
A transaction made with a slightly higher gas price than an attempt to 'rescue' tokens from an exposed contract
A pending transaction detected as profitable (such as a Dex trade at a better-than-market rate) placed behind a replica transaction in a block whose miner was 'bribed' to order the block unconventionally
The first transaction to add liquidity into an Automated Market Maker (AMM) pair
Transactions that are mined first within a block
What does PGA stand for?
Possible Gas Attack
Planetary Gas Amount
Public Generative Art
Priority Gas Auction
What is a private transaction with regards to MEV?
A transaction that was sent directly to miners and bypassed the Ethereum transaction pool
A transaction made on a permissioned sidechain instead of the Ethereum base layer
A transaction obfuscated by mixing services
A transaction whose details are not published openly on the blockchain
In which chains is MEV applicable to?
Eth2 (with PoS)
Eth1 (with PoW)
How should Etherscan support efforts in making MEV activity more transparent?
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For more on MEV, check out these links below:
Flashboys 2.0 paper by Phil Daian et al:
Ethereum is a Dark Forest by Dan Robinson:
Escaping the Dark Forest by Sam Czsun:
Frontrunning the MEV Crisis by Flashbots:
MEV and Me by Charlie Noyes:
Five theses about transaction ordering, MEV, and front-running by Ed Felten:
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