How would you say 0x compares to Bancor, which appears to solve for the same utility of offering a decentralized ERC20 exchange.

From what I understand 0x creates liquidity by matching orders whereas Bancor is storing tokens to provide liquidity.

Also, there is no way to deposit tokens into 0x’s app. Does this mean Ox is still in beta?

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