US Department of Homeland Security warns that robots are using inefficient transactions on decentralized exchanges

According to CoinDesk, the US Department of Homeland Security issued a warning that arbitrage robots are using the inefficiency of decentralized exchanges (DEX) to predict and utilize ordinary users' DEX transactions by paying high transaction costs and optimizing network latency. The department quoted Cornell Tech's latest research on Monday as saying that such platforms are being used by "predatory users" to profit from everyday transactions, "to steal millions or even billions of dollars in cryptocurrencies each year.