What is Staking?

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Staking, in general, refers to the process of locking up funds in secure smart contracts to benefit the network in…

What is Layer 2?

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Layer 2 is the generic name given to the space of projects which are dedicated to scaling the use of…

What are NFTs?

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An NFT, or a ‘non-fungible token’, is a particular type of blockchain token that cannot be divided into smaller fractions…

What are the different Tokens on Ethereum?

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The Ethereum blockchain was designed to support the development of decentralised applications by many different parties at the same time.…

What is Interoperability?

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Interoperability is an umbrella term which refers to a category of technologies and projects that aim to allow distinct blockchain…

What are Wrapped Tokens?

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Wrapped Tokens are a type of cryptocurrency, whose value is pegged at a 1:1 ratio to another cryptocurrency. Wrapped…

What is Slippage?

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Slippage is a characteristic of modern, high speed financial markets, where the price at which an order is requested is…

What is Yield Farming?

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Yield Farming, also known as Liquidity Mining, is the financial strategy where users lock up their funds in a liquidity…

What is APY and how is it calculated?

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APY stands for Annual Percentage Yield, and is a figure which represents the real financial gain in percentage per year,…

What are Flashloans?

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A Flashloan is a type of loan in DeFi where you are not required to lock up any security or…

What are Synthetic Assets?

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Synthetic Assets are a form of crypto-assets which derive their value from some other asset in the ecosystem, which may…

How do Options work in DeFi?

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Options are a common type of financial derivative, meaning that their value is derived from an underlying asset such as…

Why are Liquidity Provider tokens valuable?

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In a decentralised market, the constant buying and selling of currency requires large reserves of many different currencies to facilitate…

What is Leverage?

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Leverage is a useful concept in both traditional and decentralised finance, allowing large profits (or losses) to be made on…

What are Liquidations?

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In DeFi, liquidations are a critical event that occur when a loan becomes undercollateralised, i.e. when the value of…

What is Arbitrage?

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Arbitrage is the name given to the practice of exploiting price differences across a market in order to generate a…

What are Tokenomics?

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In traditional economics, central banks are in charge of a currency's monetary policy. In most cases, they tend to work…