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Is expand an EMS (Execution Management System)?

No, expand does not function as an EMS (Execution Management System).

An EMS typically offers essential features like real-time market data analysis, data management, smart order routing, algorithmic trading, and more. These functionalities can be developed using our API. Our SDK provides support for creating EMS-specific platforms by incorporating these types of endpoints.

Is expand an OMS (Order Management System)?

No, expand does not function as an Order Management System (OMS).

An OMS primarily encompasses essential features such as order entry, order tracking, invoicing, and reporting/analytics. It provides businesses with visibility into order status, enabling efficient order fulfillment and customer service. Our API enables you to achieve all of these capabilities. Moreover, our SDK supports the creation of endpoints tailored to OMS requirements, allowing businesses to develop a trader-specific OMS platform.

What is a compute unit?

A compute unit is a measurement of computational power or capacity. It represents the amount of processing resources allocated to perform a specific task or operation. The higher the number of compute units, the more computational power is available for executing tasks efficiently.

For a full list of endpoints along with their respective compute units, please visit here.

Does expand.network support XMTP?

No, at present, expand.network does not offer support for XMTP.

XMTP is a web3 protocol designed for transmitting messages between blockchain accounts to inform, announce, and alert users. However, our team remains open to the potential of incorporating XMTP in the future if there is a demand for it.

Does expand have historical data on the price discovery data sets?

No, expand.network does not possess historical data regarding the pricing of data assets for price discovery.

However, we offer a WebSocket subscription that allows users to stream real-time data, which they can utilize to create their own indexing by storing it in a database. On the Ethereum chain, we do provide historical data pertaining to transactions and logs for both fungible and non-fungible tokens.

Is there anything for pulling individual positions on Aave and Compound?

Yes, expand offers specific endpoints for retrieving individual positions on both Aave v2 and Compound v2 separately. Below are the endpoints available for your use :-

// For Aave
// For Compound

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