Decentralized finance (better known as DeFi) is a set of peer-to-peer financial services running on decentralized blockchains, most commonly Ethereum. It includes financial services such as lending and borrowing, decentralized exchanges, interest generation (yield farming), synthetic assets, insurances, etc… DeFi offers very high interest rates, often with double or triple digit rates. This high reward is associated with higher risks such as vulnerability to hacking and bad coding.
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Nov 17 2020 Origin Protocol Hacked For $7 Million
Nov 16 2020 Top 5 Most Attractive DeFi/NFT Investments
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Oct 19 2020 DASH Price Explodes 18% After DeFi Announcement
Oct 12 2020 Top 6 EOS based DeFi products
Oct 06 2020 How To Build A Passive Income With DeFi on EOS
Sep 17 2020 DeFi On Binance Smart Chain: What is BurgerSwap?
Sep 08 2020 Ethereum: Only A Testnet For DeFi?
Aug 30 2020 DeFi: What Is Uniswap And How Does It Work?
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Trading with financial products, especially with CFDs involves a high level of risk and is therefore not suitable for security-conscious investors. CFDs are complex instruments and carry a high risk of losing money quickly through leverage. Be aware that most private Investors lose money, if they decide to trade CFDs. Any type of trading and speculation in financial products that can produce an unusually high return is also associated with increased risk to lose money. Note that past gains are no guarantee of positive results in the future.
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