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  • Liquidity providers on DEXes
    A liquidity pool is a basis for DeFi that does not have an exact equivalent in the classical financial system. In simple terms, a liquidity pool is a smart contract where a certain number of tokens is blocked so that any DeFi participants can use them for exchanges, crediting, blockchain ...
    #Ston Academy 1 min readFeb 9
  • Trading on DEXs
    You can learn about the differences between Decentralized (DEX) and Centralized (CEX) Exchanges here . Now we’ll briefly cover how to trade on a DEX. The exchange process itself is extremely simple. You do not need to register on the exchange, make a deposit to trade, or submit your personal ...
    #Ston Academy 2 min readFeb 9
  • Listing on DEXes
    IDO (Initial DEX Offering) is the initial offer of tokens on a decentralized exchange (DEX) and, at the same time, is currently the most popular method of crypto crowdfunding. This method is beneficial to both startups and investors. Unlike ICO (Initial Coin Offering) and IEO (Initial Exchange Offering), the requirements ...
    #Ston Academy 2 min readFeb 8
  • Key participants of DEXes
    It is well-known that decentralized exchanges do not have a central node or server, and work without administrators or any particular management body. All transactions are conducted without intermediaries. However, this does not mean that cryptocurrency traders are the only DEX participants, even though the exchange itself was created specifically ...
    #Ston Academy 2 min readFeb 7

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