The MEV Letter #43

The MEV Letter is a weekly collection of papers, articles and resources related to MEV. The intention of this letter is to provide a comprehensive summary of the latest research, discussions, and developments in the space, with links for further reading.

— Last week was packed with new content which results in this edition being longer than usual. To keep things neat and tidy, separate summaries will not be included for each relevant presentation at ZuBerlin, and DappCon24. These events are instead listed below with a single link for the reader to explore further.

Papers & Articles

Posts & Threads

  • Robert Miller published a post to highlight that Flashbots Whitehats saved approximately $1.5M in ZKsync tokens from users with hacked private keys.
  • Data Always published a post to highlight that the cumulative MEV-Boost payouts have exceeded $1B.
  • Alex Nezlobin published a post to describe the problem of finding a price for arbitrage preconfirmations, arguing that it cannot satisfy both arbitrageurs and validators due to conflicting profit expectations.
  • Yuki Yuminaga published a thread to explore use cases that can be unlocked via preconfirmations beyond based sequencing.
  • Ellie Davidson published a post that categorizes preconfirmations across a spectrum between inclusion to execution and highlights the differences in terms of UX, latency and MEV.
  • NodeKit published a thread to demonstrate atomic composability across rollups using Javelin.

Talks & Discussions


Upcoming events

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