GIVE vs. TAKE
GIVE / TAKE
The GIVE/TAKE terminology is intended to be interpreted from the perspective of the user viewing a given page and the intention that user is likely to have when viewing that page. On the NEW SWAP page - from the perspective of a user creating a swap - the GIVE side is used by the swap creator to specify the assets from the connected wallet to be placed into the swap. The TAKE side is used by the swap creator to specify the assets from the connected blockchain required to take the swap - i.e., the swap's "price".
This user is listing the NFT on the GIVE side for sale at a price of 300 USDT.
This user is offering the NFT on the GIVE side for the NFT on the TAKE side.
On the SWAP DETAILS page - from the perspective of someone contemplating taking the swap - the GIVE side used to denote the assets required by the user to give in order to take the swap - the "price". The TAKE side is used to denote the assets capable of being acquired by taking the swap - "for sale".
In this swap someone has offered .005 ETH for the NFT on the GIVE side. The ETH is "for sale" and the NFT is the "price".
On the BROWSE SWAPS page the asset type filters labeled 'TAKING' filter the TAKE or "for sale" side of the swap and the asset type filters labeled 'GIVING' filter the GIVE or "price" side of the swap.
The 'TAKING' and 'GIVING' asset type filters pertain respectively to the TAKE or "for sale" side of the swap and the GIVE or "price" side of the swap.
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