Building a PancakeSwap Clone with CRANQ on BINANCE

Disclaimer: This course is for educational purposes only, and deploys to a BNB TestNet. Building a working DEX clone is complicated and risky, and requires a lot of testing.

Summary and Outline

Ever wondered what it would be like to deploy your own DEX on BNB? It's time to get hands-on experience with Web3 No-Code development by deploying a cloned decentralized exchange (DEX) to a Binance test net, and building a basic UI for it.
This free, and comprehensive course will comprise:
Part 1: Deploy a Pancake clone to the Binance testnet
Part 2: Fill your DEX clone with test liquidity, deploy test tokens and populate pools using only No-Code tools
Part 3: We will build a minimalistic UI to interact with the contracts in a classic Web2 way. Also shows using local chain tools to enable infinite testing
Part 4: Presents interaction with the deployed contracts in a No-Code Web3 way. We traverse the connected smart contracts using queries from within CRANQ.


Blockchain explorer - BSC Scan: Getting faucet coins for Binance test net: Node provider supporting Binance: DEX principles simplified explanation: DEX principles detailed walkthrough: clone and building complex UI: ------ CRANQ docs: CRANQ website: CRANQ Academy: Repository reference: Twitter: YouTube: Discord:
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Part 1: Deploy the Clone

In this video, you will learn:
  • How to build a CRANQ No-Code application that deploys a decentralized exchange clone to the Binance test net
  • The main components used in a base Pancake / Uniswap DEX
  • Good practice in credential handling using CRANQ
  • How to reduce work by capturing similarities between complex nodes
  • How you can use CRANQ and a blockchain explorer side-by-side to follow the deployment process in real time
  • Best practice for deploying dependent contracts, and spotting where errors may happen

Part 2: Test liquidity, and funding pools

In this video, we'll do some testing etc.:
  • Extending deployment with high level nodes that create test tokens
  • Populates the DEX with sample token pair pools
  • Creating initialization data using elementary CRANQ nodes
  • Shows how hierarchical logic is organized in CRANQ
Part 2

Part 3: Use the DEX via Web2 UI, and test on local node

In this video you will:
  • Download a minimalistic Web2 UI, based on a popular framework
  • Configure and run it on Binance test chain
  • Make some test token trades using a browser wallet plugin
  • Install and configure a local test chain to avoid faucet limitation
  • Set up the wallet to work with the local node, add local accounts and configure it to see the created local test assets.
  • Configure the Cranq app and UI to use the local chain and the deployed local router
Part 3