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PancakeSwap has seen a lot of interest in recent weeks. Essentially a clone of Uniswap, PancakeSwap provides a very similar user experience to Uniswap. However, with rising Ethereum transaction fees and network congestion, a serious automated market maker (AMM) competitor was bound to emerge. There have been several attempts to copy the #1 AMM on Ethereum. However, the first-mover advantage and strong fundamentals have kept Uniswap in the spotlight for several months. Until recently, that is, when PancakeSwap rose to prominence seemingly overnight. The space has seen a huge wave of adoption and trading volume galvanized by the Binance Smart Chain community. But, how do PancakeSwap vs Uniswap stack up against each other?
In this article, we’re going to explore the PancakeSwap and Uniswap AMM platforms and weigh the pros and cons of each. Also, we’re going to explore how these platforms rose to the top as the two DEXs with the highest trading volume. Furthermore,...
Cake DeFi is a revolutionary concept in bringing cash flow to crypto holdings. The platform was launched over a year ago with the vision to be a one-stop platform for easily generating yield – not just on crypto assets, but via a multitude of financial services.
Cake aims to be the gateway for millions of users to easily and safely attain high yield on their assets. Such yields are usually only offered to institutional investors, or the technically savvy crypto trader. But Cake DeFi is here to break down these barriers.
At present, Cake DeFi offers lending and staking services. To overcome the fears of bad actors in the industry, the company prides itself on its highest level of transparency in all levels of its offerings. Its secondary distinguishing features are its thoughtful user interface and user experience, and quick and genuine customer service.
At the core of Cake’s services is its Lapis lending products. Cake offers 9%...