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Top 10 DeFi Platforms You Need To Know About: Breaking Down Defi Pulse

Written By Ivan on Tech

Oct 13, 2020

This year, some of the biggest developments in the cryptocurrency industry have been due to the uptick in decentralized finance (DeFi) platforms, offering many of the same services as the legacy financial institutions, but on-chain. This is why we are now breaking down the top 10 DeFi platforms according to the Defi Pulse listing.

There have been countless projects, some with huge success and popularity from users. In this article, we have collated the top 10 DeFi platforms as of the time of writing, from DeFi Pulse - the best place for tracking DeFi analytics and key metrics.

We have described a brief overview and background in addition to the services the platform provides. Moreover, welcome to Ivan on Tech Academy - the best place to learn about all things blockchain and crypto, and keeping up-to-date with the latest developments in the space.

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DeFi Deep Dive - What is Aave?

Written By Ivan on Tech

Aug 03, 2020

Aave is a decentralized money market protocol that enables users to lend and borrow cryptocurrencies in a trustless manner. There is a wide variety of cryptocurrencies to choose from, and Aave offers both stable and variable interest rates to its users.

We’re looking closer at Aave today because it is quickly establishing itself as a market leader in the lending and borrowing sector of decentralized finance (DeFi). Like other DeFi protocols, there are no lengthy registrations to contend with, nor any KYC (Know Your Customer) or AML (Anti Money Laundering) documents required.   

How Aave Works

To transact on Aave, lenders must deposit funds into liquidity pools, and users can then borrow from these pools. Each pool sets assets aside as reserves to hedge against volatility. These reserves also help ensure that lenders can withdraw their funds when they’re ready to exit the protocol.  

Aave has close to 20 different cryptocurrencies available for...

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