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What is decentralized finance (DeFi)?
Short for decentralized finance, DeFi is an umbrella term for a variety of applications and projects in the public blockchain space geared toward disrupting the traditional finance world.
Deciphering the World of DeFi Derivatives
DeFi derivatives bring together the volatile worlds of derivatives trading and cryptocurrency to allow for cutting-edge investment and speculation.
DeFi Insurance: The Next Generation of Insurance
DeFi insurance can refer to blockchain-based replacements of traditional policies or insurance that covers blockchain-related activity.
Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (DAO)
A decentralized autonomous organization or DAO is a member-owned group that operates without centralized leadership using blockchain technology.
Understanding DeFi Prediction Markets
DeFi Prediction markets create additional earning opportunities for crypto traders and act as a predictive tool for organizations.
Guide to DeFi Yield Farming
DeFi yield farming is becoming one of the most popular ways to earn passive income with cryptocurrency, but learn about the risks before diving in.
Blockchain Oracle: How Smart Contracts Talk
A blockchain oracle conveys information to and from smart contracts to enable them to perform their self-executing functions.
DeFi Liquidity in Cryptocurrency
DeFi liquidity is the ability for tokens, or cryptocurrency, to be swapped for other tokens. Without it, there is no decentralized finance.
The Ins and Outs of Decentralized Exchanges
A decentralized exchange (DEX) uses smart contracts to enable cryptocurrency traders to execute trades without an intermediary.
The Rise of DeFi Lending and How to Get Involved
DeFi lending enables users to select which money market they want to lend to and earn interest from, depending on the market’s yield.