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  • Impermanent Losses on DEX Platforms – The How And Why
    Decentralized asset trading, or liquidity pooling in decentralized finance services, is inextricably connected with the risk of losing funds due to the inherent price volatility of cryptocurrencies. One of the most common reasons for the deterioration of profits and portfolios on decentralized trading platforms is the risk of impermanent loss. ...
    #Ston Academy 3 min readMay 12
  • Annual Percentage Yields – The How and Why on DEXs
    Crypto space is determined by profitability, making select projects attractive from a financial point of view. One of the most important indicators determining the profitability of a project or liquidity pool is the APY – Annual Percentage Yield. What Is APY? The APY is a formula that calculates the rate ...
    #Ston Academy 3 min readMay 4
  • 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
  • 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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