A technical deep dive into the Notional Finance V2 smart contracts. Explains how the smart contracts work and the reasoning behind various design decision.
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In this series of posts, I will walk you through the Notional V2 smart contracts. The goal of these posts is to help technically minded users and developers better understand a large and complex codebase (~12,000+ lines of Solidity!). It’s expected that the reader has some familiarity with