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sandwiched.wtf - See how much you lost before you knew mistX

Have you been ‘Sandwiched’?

Sandwiched.wtf, similar to fees.wtf, provides a savvy interface for reviewing, analyzing and highlighting losses due to bots attacks on your transactions. This allows users to identify if they themselves have been subject to a sandwiched transactions or front-running on their trades in the past.
Most of the time, users aren’t even aware that they have been sandwiched, subject to front-running, or otherwise, so tend to have no idea how much financial damage this process is causing to their portfolio.
Tell your friends, show them your delicious sandwiches on Sandwiched.wtf, and help us to promote awareness about the MEV crisis and how mistX addresses this issue.
Enjoy! And remember, stop getting sandwiched, use mistX.io to trade with protections against frontrunning and sandwiched transactions enabled by our implementation of Flashbots.

What does it mean to be ‘Sandwiched’?

A ‘Sandwiched’ trade is an example of how various actors formulate trades that negatively impact the price in relation to your own position. What this entails is the ‘front-running’ actor using bots to monitor for a transaction.
When you go to make a swap, your information is typically published to the public mempool, with that information, the actor then runs a transaction in ‘front’ of your own, but at a price that drives the price up for your own trade. They then immediately followup after your own transaction has been processed, with another transaction, this alters the price again and puts their transactions in line to profit at your expense.
This quick reordering in the transaction layers is what is referred to as a sandwich attack and utilizes the slippage in price to extract value from the user; Your transaction ends up sandwiched between the two transactions and then there’s nothing you can do about it.
Most of the time, users aren’t even aware that they have been sandwiched, subject to front-running, or otherwise, so tend to have no idea how much financial damage this process is causing to their portfolio.