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Operated By Aave (AAVE), Lens Protocol Finally Goes Live On Polygon (MATIC) Blockchain

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Aave Mining Advice!

Help! My friend's ETH Bep2 to ETH in trustwallet without binance exchange? Need some clarification.

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What are your DCA Tips, Tricks, Best Practices?

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Margin/Shorting on Binance

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After lots of Speculation, Anchor Protocol has officially launched floating interest rates

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What happens to the "available rewards" when claimed?

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Index token fail cases? (C20, DPI, NFTI, TCAP)

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Did you miss out on the Optimistic Airdrop? Here's your Arbitrum Airdrop Guide.

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Stani Kulechov (AAVE CEO) joins Twitter as interim CEO

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Breaking still? Twitter x AAVE / Lens

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Corn Finance ($COB) | staking dividends paid in $matic | fair launch, no presale, no whitelist, no airdrop | Real project with a working web3 site and roadmap | Liquidity locked | Governance token and gas utility. cornfinance.exchange

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What are the coins with the lowest transaction fee in this list?

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CeFi Earn programs can no longer accept Non-Accredited US Investor Funds after April 15th

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Help me invest €25k in crypto Reddit

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1 Year Alt-Coin DCA+ Experiment - Week 24 Mid-Week Update

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The most profitable ways of passive income in DEFI

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AAVE Soars 53% in Past Week Despite Bitcoin’s Drop: Santiment

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Terra’s TVL surges 17% within 7 days to hit $31 Billion.

Top 5 cryptocurrencies to watch this week: BTC, VET, THETA, RUNE, AAVE

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1 Year Alt-Coin DCA+ Experiment - Week 24 Update

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Update to my stolen wallet saga

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1 Year Alt-Coin DCA+ Experiment - Week 23 Update

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AAVE Price Rises 25% In Last 24 Hrs, Here's What Is Fueling AAVE's Rally (V3 launch)

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Avalanche - Deep Dive

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Shuey rhon inu. The next big memecoin/ charity coin.

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Is volatility really the problem preventing cryptocurrency from becoming mainstream? I mean people keep on talking that volatility is an obstacle in the face of crypto achieving mass adoption.

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When a big whale is convincing other big boys why Cardano is a must-have: A Controversial Factsheet.

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The fact that USDT, a stablecoin with less than 20% of backed up supply, is in the top 4 spot proves that a high market cap have nothing to do with a the quality of a project.

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APE graph is going to look a lot like ICP did after it’s launch in the coming weeks

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AAVE Price Surges by 30% on the Week Following its V3 Update.

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One Year Alt-Coin DCA+ Experiment - Week 22 Update

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Who doesn’t desire stability? To be able to minimize risks that come with volatility of assets. I mean in crypto some get rich, some go broke. I think it is important to rely on a trustworthy stable system.

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Savings accounts have a 0.1% APY on average. That’s not enough to even make up for inflation. So think about that before you judge DeFi.

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Why Polygon is the best chain for stablecoin adoption using AAVE as a prime example of Polygon's liquidity and APY.

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AAVE 2.5 Months Trendline Breakout Calls for a Reversal

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Whale & Shark Traders Have Accumulated $10.7m More AAVE in the Past 2 Months En Route to Prices Jumping +26% in the Past Week

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Just cause a project pumped real hard in the past doesn’t mean that it will do the same in the future. In fact, it becomes less likely to do so.

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$LIFE Token - Lifetise | World's first Fintech Metaverse | Active Project - with Crypto + Fiat Revenue! | Play-to-earn = Earn-for-LIFE | Big Marketing Plans | Strong Community

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Lets be real, the only people making considerable profits off of BTC are either early investors or whales with huge capital.

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Lets be real, the only people making considerable profits off of BTC are either early investors or whales with huge capital.

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Sad reality: The times of quick BTC profits are long gone. Whoever made these profits has made them 3 or more years ago.

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Just cause a project pumped real hard in the past doesn’t mean that it will do the same in the future. In fact, it becomes less likely to do so.

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Crypto is here to stay, and it’s going to change a lot of concepts in this world. I think this is more than just a matter of ‘mass adoption’. DeFi is the backbone of this impact.

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Here Are 3 Fast-Growing Alternative DeFi Platforms To AAVE

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3 Fast-Growing Alternative DeFi Platforms To AAVE

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Flash Loan Attack vs Flash Loan

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Bull-run, crab market, bear market, call it whatever you want, DCA and HODLing are still the most efficient methods any cryptocurrency ‘investor’ can be using, especiallt if investing in DeFi tokens.

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Look at SHIB and DOGE holders. Where are they now?

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We might be at the beginning of a bullrun. Y’all already loaded up the bags or not yet?

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Nothing worse than someone with hindsight lecturing people about what they should and shouldn’t have done.

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The times when investors are panic selling is the time you should be learning different ways to adapt in a volatile market.

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The times when investors are panic selling is the time you should be learning different ways to adapt in a volatile market.

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The times when investors are panic selling is the time you should be learning different ways to adapt in a volatile market.

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The times when investors are panic selling is the time you should be learning different ways to adapt in a volatile market.

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The times when investors are panic selling is the time you should be learning different ways to adapt in a volatile market.

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The times when investors are panic selling is the time you should be learning different ways to adapt in a volatile market.

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The times when investors are panic selling is the time you should be learning different ways to adapt in a volatile market.

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The market will open Monday and we’ll most probably be swimming in a sea of red. Hold your grounds and don’t panic sell.

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Frustrating thing about crypto: When Bitcoin dumps, my alts dump harder. When Bitcoin pumps, my alts don't pump as much.

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People who are invested in projects backed solely by hype, what will you do when the hype dies down?

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Sometimes HODLing is not the answer. What if had actually sold back at 60k instead of HODLing to 35k?

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$MOR: Launching on Fantom on Feb 23: MOR by Growth De-Fi will be the only protocol on Fantom that offers both borrowing/leveraged yield farming with 0% interest loans and no penalties to open or close vaults. GRO holders also get MOR revenue. MOR is currently on AVAX and BSC.

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Humans by nature resist change. Don’t expect them to leave the centuries old banking system and join DeFi in one night.

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You need a good credit score, collateral and extensive paperwork to get a loan from a bank. All you need is a wallet address to take the same loan fro AAVE.

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Panic is mostly a sign of over investing

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What Will Impending Fed DeFi Regulation Worst Case Scenario Look Like?

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How to get self-custody of my cryptos?

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What’s happening in the market right now is the biggest proof that we need to invest more in utility tokens and assets that actually serve a purpose.

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Frustrating thing about crypto: When Bitcoin dumps, my alts dump harder. When Bitcoin pumps, my alts don’t pump as much.

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Those people who turned $100 to $1,000,000 are a VERY small minority. A lot of people in this market lost/barely made any money.

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Lending APY on AAVE dried up?

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Portfolio advice

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Here's what I think would happen to crypto currencies if an all out war took place

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Change my view: ETH scalability is currently sufficient.

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The Economics Design of AMPL Token

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Portfolio Allocations

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Is there a noticeable difference or needed known details between usdc and tether before choosing between one or the other?

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Is there a noticeable difference between USDC and TETHER? Is it true that TETHER is sketchy?

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Frustrating thing about crypto: When Bitcoin dumps, my alts dump harder. When Bitcoin pumps, my alts don’t pump as much.

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People wants to go back in time to buy BTC, yet they are sleeping now.

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Prior to futures there wasn’t anyone in crypto hoping for Bitcoin’s price to crash.

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Prior to futures there wasn’t anyone in crypto hoping for Bitcoin’s price to crash.

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Prior to futures there wasn’t anyone in crypto hoping for Bitcoin’s price to crash.

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At Gemini Earn’s new rates, I’m not sure it’s worth the risk of a Genesis default

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Monetary value is important but being part of the future has more layers to it, and governance is a vital one

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This is not a shill, this is my very own subjective opinion on a really exciting lending protocol soon to LAUNCH, a competitor almost to AAVE that is launching over the next few days! In the video I go over their white papers etc... please check out the video, exciting new DEFI project!!

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In the turmoil of what's mooning and what's the next big thing to invest in, projects holding vital utilities are being slept on

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Things crypto is good for

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AAVE price analysis: Cryptocurrency value upgrades to $147.54 after a sudden upturn

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Did I just get hacked or liquidated?

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What’s the point of NFTs?

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DeFi Monitor Despite carnage in the DeFi market, institutional adoption moves forward

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The bear market is the ripest market for the picking

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Which coin will bounce faster?

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I’ve missed out on so many investment opportunities but I don’t regret it

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If crypto was supposed to be free from government intervention then why is it getting so affected by the FED and stock market?

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This is just a reminder that DeFi is still one of the most promising spaces. It’s one of the most growing in the cryptocurrency sphere. We’re only seeing the beginning of it yet.

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When we say cryptocurrency is still early, yes it’s true. But how early are we? I mean not all projects are still getting started, right?

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Hypothetical Situation

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I think AAVE is good, and it's just really good at what it does.

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You could use AAVE Polygon (or other L2) with WETH and WBTC to replicate this fully decentralized

I consider AAVE to be a relatively safe way to earn some yield. If you can only get 2-4% and another stable coin protocol is offering 10+% it should make you think twice.

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I’ve consolidated my investments into these. I have faith in em: BTC, ETH, ALGO, ATOM, AVAX, and AAVE.. let’s see how it goes

Ok I know we most likely didn’t hit the bottom, but is anyone bullish on AAVE for the next run?

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I am glad Tether is losing relative power to other stables, this shit is shady and that should not be allowed to happen They claim bullshit no one asked them their strats or anything of the sorts just the reserves in case of a run Dexes need to run their own DAI-like tokens operated by the dex on transparent wallets and transactions AlgoFi does it why couldnt Uniswap or AAVE or Kaddex It is not that hard they just need to have backing by the platform and make it pegged to the platform

Mentions:#DAI#AAVE

I'd say if you're from the US go with Celsius, if you're in Europe go with Nexo. And if you're decentralized go with AAVE v3

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I used WhiteBit exchange. It has no KYC. I tried using AAVE but it has liquidation at 80% and max 5x leverage

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tldr; A popular crypto analyst is naming one decentralized finance (DeFi) protocol he believes can surge in value after being sold off at a rapid rate. The governance token of DeFi lending protocol Aave has dropped to levels not seen since January 2021. AAVE is trading for $88.82 at time of writing. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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AAVE long term

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What about just staking via Rocketpool or Lido from a cold wallet for the ETH? About the same rate as CEX these days. BTC would need to swap for WBTC and move into something like AAVE though, CEX might just be easier in that case.

dAPPS used smart contracts on the blockchains that support them. In theory you could interact with the smart contract directly however essentially all dAPP have conventional UI running on a webserver somewhere. When you go to AAVE for example and click launch app the webpage that comes up is not on the blockchain. However if you click on a button to deposit some ETH that involves creating a transaction that interacts with a smart contract which your wallet signs and send to the ethereum network.

Mentions:#AAVE#ETH

This is the way. During 2017 I spread a few thousand bucks on something like 50 coins. Most went to zero but those few like LEND (AAVE) and MATIC that made over 100x already made the strategy profitable. The worst mistake for me was to hodl until the end of 2020 or something, when I sold out most because they were somewhat worthless (or worth around that initial investment) at that point and I wanted to move all my cash to stocks in order to have more control of my finances, and not forget that kind of money laying randomly for good. Fast forward some months and those tens of thousands of worthless VETs etc would have been worth shitloads. Too bad I forgot the original plan. Never again. Luckily, nowadays Binance etc provide easy staking without the need to open a separate wallet for each coin, plus the dividends truly make the hodling itself worth the wait. Since these are not Shiba Inus etc meme coins that u have to be ready to sell when spiking since they for sure end up eventually going to zero, but projects like ADA that I trust in long term, I believe it's actually good to keep them locked without a need to follow the upstand downs. Just enjoy the ride and come back during the next bull run sometime within this decade.

I’m accumulating BTC, Eth, and DOT during this bear. There will be occasional sprinkles of ATOM, MATIC, ALGO, MINA, and SCRT. On rare occasion I may add some AAVE or GRT. This is my DCA recipe 👨🏻‍🍳✨

You need some DOT, AAVE and Harmony

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USDT has been audited, I don’t believe fully however. From what I can gather they’ve been able to partially confirm cash backed reserves as well as ~10%+ in commercial paper. This was of discussion back in December during Evergrande default/China FUD arc. I respect what you’re saying and I am not defending USDT - I’m just stating that it is the oldest and largest stablecoin, with respect to pairs on CEX’s etc., and by market cap. I hope this changes. I personally feel safe with USDC and DAI more than anything else. I think there are other interesting ones - however historically speaking - your safest bets are probably USDC/DAI/USDT depending on your risk tolerance. I think stablecoin-focused protocols like Curve reflect this with respect to DeFi applications, liquidity of stables, and tons more factors. Same with AAVE and their APY emissions for users depositing collateral. This is not advocating for USDT. This is me just presenting the information - this could all change at any moment - USDT could depeg amidst a bank run. Centralized and decentralized authorities face this same issue and it’s something that we are trying to actively tackle. I’m not sure if you’ve heard of Ampleforth but it’s a really interesting attempt at solving this issue to a degree, however the user experience was terrible because people saw fluctuating amounts of coins in their wallets and it resulted in a negative sentiment toward the algo mechanics. I would like to hear your thoughts on that. I still feel torn about it. Cool idea in theory but bad in practice on a grand scale.

Ok, let's assume that the Citadel rumors are actually true, and not just the frantic invocation of the degenerate ape bogeyman by people who are desperately in need of an enemy to fight, rather than the terrifying prospect that they're simply adrift in a sea of forces that could turn and squash them on an irrational whim. If throwing less than a billion dollars at a $40 billion project in a manner that's entirely built within the smart contract and utilizes the arbitrage mechanism of the protocol in exactly the way it's intended to be used causes the entire protocol to spontaneously combust, then it's absolutely market forces. Any yokel coder could have set that shit off with an AAVE flash loan if they wanted. Or, the inevitable exodus from UST that would have been prompted when the ANCHOR fund started to dry up would have prompted it on its own. Think about it like this. You build a building. You put a lot of effort into this building, and you're getting people to invest in renting out space in the building, it's looking like it's going to be a profitable venture. Then someone comes along and slams the door too hard, and the whole thing falls over and catches fire. Do you blame the person who slammed the door, or do you look at the pile of rubble and think "That shit wouldn't have survived the first strong breeze that came along?"

BTC, ETH, MATIC, ALGO, ADA Then comes a bit of AAVE, ENJ and some BNB to reduce fees on Binance

AAVE, KYBER, XYO, ENJIN, 1inch

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You could've used CeFi like Celsius or Nexo before, but they recently stopped taking deposits. I suggest looking into videos on DeFi and how to do it. It isn't hard, I promise you that you can do it and if you spent like, 2-3 hours watching tutorials on how to gain passive income on platforms like AAVE or Curve, you would absolutely understand it. I promise you this. Just give it a shot - if it doesn't work, you win. If it does work - you just learned DeFi and now have an invaluable skill that you can pass on to others and spread the goode worde of decentralized financial autonomy. Stay hydrated friend :)

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Do you guys still believe in AAVE?

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am far from up to date but between smart contract data, oracle price feeds, api data, and defi shit, they have hundreds of users, including IIRC coin gecko, Binance, AAVE, dydx, pancake swap, ampleforth, swift banking system, hsbc, hedera…

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It doesn’t host other blockchains. It’s more like a backend for building services. Things like AAVE for example. It’s not a blockchain, but it’s a massive project built on the Ethereum network and it has its own token.

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Because I think AAVE has some policy for not listing mintable tokens or something like that (to avoid precisely this)

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Afaik AAVE does not accept LUNA as collateral at all, right?

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8% APY on BTC ? Pretty cool. This is close to what I got from staking my USDC on AAVE. But now I prefer Alts because of the higher APYs there. ALBT LMaaS pools now my new home ..

You put down crypto or stablecoins as collateral with some place like AAVE, then borrow coins worth less than the value of what you deposited. You can sell those coins, and if the price goes down, you can close the loan by buying back coins for a lower price, and using that to close the loan. On the other hand, if the price of those coins shoots up, you may end up having your collateral sold off if you can't cover the cost of buying 'em back.

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I have a little bit that I've held for years still at a loss even with the recent pump. I believe it will do more than ok in the long run, so I will hold it for a long time. Plus I like the fact that there are less than 1M in existence. Same reason I like COMP and AAVE for the low overall supply. ☮️❤️😎🚀

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It is even allowed on chain, you are talking as if this is a feature that is only allowed on exchanges. You could put USDC borrow AAVE, swap it for USDC. that’s a short position.

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Yeah, there's risk with loans. The loaner gets a fixed percentage of return for their loan (interest paid), and risks missing out on positive rebases. The borrower risks owing more ampl if price per token drops dramatically, but could get positive rebases as a reward. That's the risk/reward model of ampl lending, which is already live on platforms like AAVE.

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https://mobile.twitter.com/defiAlerts/status/1524799921144184833 Liquidation happening on loans stETH as collateral. This is a rebase staked ETH deriative. It has lost it peg to Eth. stETH has a mc of $8.6B and some used it to leverage long ETH for 8-9% APY using AAVE.

Chainlinks oracles on AAVE (AAVE itself), uniswap 0x and lrc for dexs + infrastructure. EVM compatibles on DOT and dot (if you can stake or liquidly stake). Mkr mkr mkr. And lastly MATIC (if you plan on staking on L1).

> DEFI is basically a joke. "safe" staking rates are not better than historical bond rates or stock fund returns. DEFI offers much more than just staking in return for unrealistic gains. You're putting everything in the same basket here and shitting on everything just because you're salty you lost money > I know exactly what my investment is. crypto provides none of that This is a huge misrepresentation. The founders and the team of many crypto projects are publicly known, and in many cases even registered companies. Ethereum Foundation, MakerDAO, AAVE, Request Network - just to name a few.

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Hmm, for the bags I hold most confident in ADA & DOGE. Honorable mention to DEFI "blue chips" I own like MKR, AAVE, and UNI. But if I could trade back the ETH I spent for my UNI right now I would =p For ones I do *not* own, I am feeling confident about (and considering picking up at some point) FTX Token (think it'll be the next Binance coin pump) and maybe ERG.

Zero? Really? AAVE, LINK, MANA, KCS, BAT, COMP, etc.

AAVE lets users move around Monopoly money. None of it has any real backing or value. If UST, SAFU, DOGE, any crypto in the last 6 months, hasn’t taught you that yet, I don’t know what to tell you.

Overcollateralized loans are alright like on lending platforms like AlgoFi Maybe i'd sit away from undercollateral though, there is no proper algorithm to sort that stuff out and judge In the meantime stick with trading stuff with overcollateral, AlgoFi, AAVE, Kdx etc are good enough for now. you dont wanna risk too much for unguaranteed stuff, it is better like that lol

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stacked more AAVE, ALGO, BNB & NEAR

Loaded up on AAVE, BTC, and ONE… still watering for lower prices to but more. I never get when someone sells at the lowest that’s literally the dumbest thing…

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Balancer and AAVE so far my MATIC go to

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Consolidated a couple coins. I actually had about 20% of Luna and got all out almost even when it was $65. 24 hours later it’s sitting at $15. Phew what a save. Also did same with AAVE but may get back in that if we dip even more. But yea fuck Luna - investors at least the bigger ones won’t trust it.

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Honestly curious, what do you buy with USDC? The only time I used stable coins was to play around with Comp and AAVE lending

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Buying Alts with utility during dip is cool. I added more ATOM, NGM, OSMO, JUNO, AAVE, OCEAN today

There is inherent value in a non government controlled store of value. Lending practices today are [built on racism](https://www.investopedia.com/the-history-of-lending-discrimination-5076948) Even [ai underwriting](https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.forbes.com/sites/korihale/2021/09/02/ai-bias-caused-80-of-black-mortgage-applicants-to-be-denied/amp/) has extreme racial bias built in. Decentralized finance is a complete solution to this problem. The ability for the underserved to operate in a fair financial ecosystem that doesn’t discriminate based on sex, race, gender identity or nationality is incredible! You’ll probably say that whales control the markets and it’s just making the rich richer. It’s still much much better than current financial services for the impoverished. For example [5.4% of US households](https://www.fdic.gov/analysis/household-survey/index.html#:~:text=and%20Financial%20Services-,2019%20FDIC%20Survey,union%20(i.e.%2C%20bank).) are unbanked. You don’t need any approval process to have a btc wallet, an erc 20 wallet (where you can hold stable coins pegged to the US dollar among tons of other assets). Then we can talk about disrupting the financial services sector by offering things like fractional securitized real estate ownership (see aspen token). This is again a way for underserved to participate in markets that were previously only accessible to the wealthy. Decentralized exchanges allow exchanging tokens for other tokens. For example ethereum into a lending protocol such as AAVE in order to borrow and lend on the AAVE protocol. I can absolutely explain and source my information. I do this for a living.

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Bought $AAVE at $500 each.

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AAVE as an investment probably not great, however its value at least will almost certainly return as it's definitely going nowhere on a protocol level and with governance I'm sure they will have AIPs to help value. Have never bought the token but AAVE is the only DeFi lending/borrowing platform that has my full confidence.

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Seriously considering adding AAVE since its so much down now 🤔

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Maybe AAVE but theres a lot of options in that space now. I would say ALGO, LRC or ADA. Obviously some have more room to 10x than others in the short term.

I have secured some BTC and ETH with the dip, so just asking for opinions here which of these would be a better buy and why - SOL, AAVE, or LTC?

I can't speak as to the solvency of USDT/USDC/BUSD (personally I don't trust them) but algorithmic stablecoins (DAI, UST) will IMO probably maintain their peg and they serve an extremely important purpose -- you can borrow/mint them using DAOs like AAVE or makerDAO which means you can borrow USD-pegged assets against your BTC/ETH/etc in a fully decentralized, trustless, non-custodial manner which means you can borrow against your crypto the same way rich people borrow against their stocks, with the added benefit that there's no central authority who can deny you the loan or seize your assets. so yeah, stablecoins are important.

If all your money is in Bitcoin and you need Cash bad for something, you will have to sell Bitcoin at any price. So this could have meant at ~ $3500 in 2018. That crash almost wiped me out but I was very lucky with some Low Marketcap projects that came back hard like AAVE so I could buy back a ton of Bitcoin. But I learnt from this and would always keep some cash. Kinda tempted to rebuy already now but more curious what the market will do, and feels good to have some Bitcoin and some Cash actually.

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u can do fun things like lend them on DeFi protocols for %APY and bonus rewards. Look into things like AAVE and Curve :)

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Wow this is quite something. The feedback loops—assuming you mean death spiral scenarios— is exactly why LFG is creating a BTC backstop. Although such a scenario is very unlikely to happen due to all the changes that have been made to the minting mechanism since the May 2021 crash, the BTC backstops ensures that this peg is even stronger. You mention adding AAVE and USDC to the reserves?? Not sure where you’re getting this from but it’s not correct at all. Also fairly certain that a lot of VCs got in at around $50 when TFL raised their initial billion dollars a few months back. Of course LUNA has risks like all cryptos but you should not be going around spewing random thoughts as fact.

Setting aside the morality of it all If you got in early and fully aware of all the shenanigans. You can still extract money from "lunatics". There is usually always a greater fool unless you are that fool The only upside to Terra is its feed back loop with Luna. Which ironically is now at risk by the developers diluting its position with BTC, AAVE and whatever they decide to add. Including centralized stablecoins such as USDC So buying and holding Terra is on paper a dumb idea. If nearly 60% of the backing of the stablecoin it's supposed to back isn't even in Terra but in BTC. Why not just buy BTC? In fact if you are an insider or have access to what Terra labs is going to buy up next why not just front run people. E.g buy AAVE before the buy in so you can then dump on "Lunatics" buying in on the hype. Similar to how Ifinex, Alameda ( FTX) and Coinbase Ventures got caught doing this again, again and again.... If VCs got Terra at $0.18 then they can literally sell down from current ~$86 to $0.20 and still be in profit. So the "lunatics" similar to what's happened before with GRT are at this point glorified exit capital. However this is where the concept of a "frog in boiling water comes in" Because Terra is in a feed back loop you can just artificially pump the price and dump on "lunatics" believing that this is the moon shot. As a result this distribution can be stretched out over months or years e.g EOS had $4 billion in fun raising to deploy from 2017 to "strategically buy back" So once again if you know when these feed back loops will occur and sell offs you can essentially swing Terra for 10% to 20% profits. Or short in the opposite direction. In the video they even state that Terra labs has actively done this with liquidation events However since you are asking. I don't think you have the capital or insider knowledge so you would essentially be gambling. Best thing to do is stay away or if you think you arn't going to be the fool....Gamble! Overall as one of the hosts says if you have been in financial markets or even crypto for some time this is the most obvious scheme. But because everyone believes they arn't the fool they will get rich " We all still early guys, this time is different. HODL"

A bit of both, it's good because its stable, doesn't go down and doesn't change much which means Devs can focus on their apps not the main chain Second it's the first chain you could develop properly which means a lot of tools were built up first and usually copied over to other chains, so to learn other chains you needed to start with ETH From the first NFT's which now evolved on ETH and reached the quality of AngelBlock's with tokens usability or BAYC with APE. From the first dexes to what now AAVE and Uni are Everything else is basically a copy

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I love investing in infrastructure, so looking keenly at LINK and GRT, but anyone's got a clue about Graph's price action? +17% since the launch? 🤔 Is it ever gonna improve or its tokenomics will suck forever? Also - never hear anyone talk of AAVE here. Money markets? Anyone?

I did this with my entire tech engineering salary + side-income last year. I'm happy with the result, even in the current market. That said, I used services like Celsius and Nexo, which provide better interest rates. If you're willing to venture into DeFi, you can use Polygon-wrapped BTC and ETH to borrow stablecoins at around 3% APR with AAVE.

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It was unsustainable lol and it was pretty obvious. It was just a marketing gimmick hope you know that, the numbers were too high impossible to hold CEX have marketing like that, and some Dexes too, OHM and the forks and whatever are just that, marketing Sustainable dexes like algofi and kdx on newer chains, AAVE and uni on ethereum won't have that crazy high numbers usually, and they're here to stay

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Anatoly was in the Bahamas at a round table with ALGO, AAVE and NEAR about a week ago. All he kept saying was how "hard" everything is. I would have dumps my SOL at a loss after that shitshow. Thankfully I've never owned any. Clownshow.

Someone took a lot of USDC out so those who were loaned it previously are paying a high rate which attracts new USDC capital to loan out. This is a money market product like AAVE, Tranquil, etc.

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I use the Proton ecosystem all the time, this includes Loan. I think it is fantastic, seamless and easy to understand. No gas fees is also great. There is nothing shady it. If you’d prefer to not use it, then don’t. But that doesn’t somehow delegitimize the project. It’s good to be skeptical. We should all be. That’s where the research comes in. I also use AlgoFi. And AAVE. And Tinyman. I’ve had good experiences with them all. I just prefer Proton.

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Gas fees really depend on which network you're using to interface with AAVE. It's fractions of a penny to borrow DAI using Polygon at below 3% APR on AAVE.

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Tja, I don't know. Very happy about having tanked some AAVE (ethlend back then)

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So? The rates on AAVE are way better + more security

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AAVE is the coin that always gives me the profit, wherever i take an entry.

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Yes I very much use defi, especially AAVE , Curve, and Convex.

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Anatoly was on a panel discussion with AAVE, NEAR and ALGO in the Bahamas last week. All he kept repeating was how *hard* everything is that they're trying to do. Not inspiring.

Account is still up and running, assholes. I guess tweeting he's CEO of Twitter and faking a ban is all part of his marketing strategy. The guy is probably not that smart. I'll short AAVE.-

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Centralized: Nexo, Celsius, Blockfi and similar Onchain: AAVE and similar

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Need help identifying fail cases.... Index token fail cases? (C20, DPI, TCAP) I've been looking into crypto index tokens, tokens that track a weighted portfolio of other crypto assets. For example TCAP tracks the total market cap of all of cryptocurrency. DPI is the Defi pulse index and tracks awaited average of Defi project tokens like SUSHI and AAVE. NFTI tracks projects like MANA and ENJ. This is all led me to wonder if all of these tokens are coated in such a way that they will retain their value relative to the market under any circumstances. Or is there some kind of bank run That could cause them to crash? Or Is there an event that could cause them to de peg? Is a hack possible? What sort of security is in place for guaranteeing the value of these tokens in 5 or 10 years? I am pretty uninitiated in all of the inner workings behind these tokens so I would appreciate any response that does an ELI5 or links to relevant articles or videos. If you believe in cryptocurrency long-term, but don't know which cryptos will come out on top, does the TCAP seem like a safe choice?

Thank you mate, i think it's time for me to look into the AAVE AND GLMR.

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If you're worried you can always stick to the biggest DEXs and protocols in each ecosystem. With ETH you won't go wrong using AAVE, COSMOS has osmosis which is pretty well established for LPing, but also looking to grow a lending platform. Polkadot has Acala and GLMR for stablecoin backed LPs and stable coin minting, and other protocols. just off the top of my head, but these are all very well established project

I post my trades and coins on a weekly basis in my [premium substack newsletter](https://cryptoresearchnewsletter.substack.com/). These is my portfolio: \-25% market-neutral trading strategy with options on Bitcoin and long volatility on LedgerX (FTX Derivatives) and Deribit \- 30% Core position in Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Solana \- 25% Alts in Terra Luna FTX Binance Coin Matic Zilliqa Kyber Network Polkadot Moonbeam Kusama Decentraland Compound Basic Attention Token AAVE Algorand Maker Enjin Near \- 10% private placements and equity in upcoming projects \- 10% stablecoins

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I post my trades and coins on a weekly basis in my [premium substack newsletter](https://cryptoresearchnewsletter.substack.com/). These is my portfolio: \-25% market-neutral trading strategy with options on Bitcoin and long volatility on LedgerX (FTX Derivatives) and Deribit \- 30% Core position in Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Solana \- 25% Alts in Terra Luna FTX Binance Coin Matic Zilliqa Kyber Network Polkadot Moonbeam Kusama Decentraland Compound Basic Attention Token AAVE Algorand Maker Enjin Near \- 10% private placements and equity in upcoming projects \- 10% stablecoins

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Fake twitter news about ENS being adopted, part of a stunt by AAVE ceo where he announced himself the interim CEO of twitter to draw attention to the consequences of allowing anyone to say anything they want on twitter.

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So no Lens token, is AAVE the play here?

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i lost so much money on AAVE, maybe i will finally get it back.

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How is this not somewhere posted? I do not have enough comment karma to post this but please copy paste this as I think it's the first interesting update on this Twitter shit: @StaniKulechov (AAVE CEO) joins Twitter as interim CEO. Why is this massive? Because in Feb '22 Aave Launched Lens Protocol For Decentralized Social Media to kill Twitter. "The Lens Protocol was unveiled on Feb. 8 as a “permissionless, composable, and decentralized social graph that makes building a Web3 social platform easy.” It aims to replicate the features of centralized social media platforms but put the user in control of the information and data rather than the corporation. Lens is powered by nonfungible tokens (NFTs) which the users can digitally own and trade. DeFi flash loan platform Aave, which launched an institutional DeFi platform earlier this month, started developing the system in mid-2021 touting it at the time as Twitter on Ethereum." "This way, users are getting something in return for their participation rather than getting bombarded with advertising while the company harvests their personal data. Users can obtain a “follow NFT” when they follow another user. These have unique token identifiers that indicate their utility and rarity. The tokens can be used for voting purposes, governance snapshots and can even be traded, the announcement stated. The protocol supports the web-standard IPFS (InterPlanetary File System) for all media types and has a collect feature for users to accumulate content they like. Users can also re-share content and collect a “mirror fee” from others than collect original content through the shares." What he mentions as the 3month roadmap: "Thank you @elonmusk for the opportunity to work at Twitter. My first agenda is the roadmap for 90 days: - Ship edit button by next week - Open source the Twitter algorithms - Add support for Ethereum & ENS - Integrate with @LensProtocol" So, what are your wild speculations, beyond "Price of Twitter, ETH, AAVE maybe DOGE will go up/down/sideways"? Sources: Stani Tweet1: https://twitter.com/StaniKulechov/status/1519070900288634884?s=20&t=Zg6xbqFxZYK6CG3sC_qujg Stani Tweet2:https://twitter.com/StaniKulechov/status/1519320846145310728?s=20&t=Zg6xbqFxZYK6CG3sC_qujg Martin Young, Feb '22, Yahoo Finance: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/aave-launches-lens-protocol-decentralized-015449175.html?guccounter=1&guce_referrer=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZ29vZ2xlLmNvbS8&guce_referrer_sig=AQAAAGps1waGFbhQe0nFo9CH1q84RTESyPAEFFWGEqFdCdWfeHBF14CHljFtRJleLjiRbOOVrYnffBroTKd4ymfRt-lTNn3Omfjde5Em6oJNaxsOvcZGYguymq_nvWbsdz3RqpMpjz00-q-rLaRG3MzND2x2kG-TsHXL4ynJDBWt8REf

AAVE just does not take shit from nobody

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AKT is one I'm still grasping the full ambitions of. Their tag line is a decentralized cloud, so what they're trying to do is create a distributed network of virtual servers and processing units. Doing this sounds weird until you look into how horrendously centralized most data centers/servers are in terms of infrastructure as AWS and Azure make for easy deployments for websites, programs, and apps. Even if we're trying to create a decentralized distributed ledger, it doesn't really live up to our goals if all the dApps are hosted on AWS East and 2 datacenters losing power knocks out all our usage outside basic trading. Having centralized entities host large portions of our decentralized network also has less accidental threat risk to blockchains and networks as they man not "own" the servers and validators for a network, but they're physically just down the hall. Centralized hardware and deployment isn't simply risky but decentralized and virtualized offerings have perks like a great degree of customization, easy enclaves for things like global testnets, or just doing your own thing. The tokenomics aren't the best, and it's still in sorta early phases but the team is consistently putting in work and building out an incredibly ambitious and novel project like Helium and Sentinel that's more of a solution to a problem with a coin attached rather than a coin looking for a problem to solve. I also like to bet on people smarter than me. XPRT is focused on becoming the go to application for liquid staking in Cosmos. These types of protocols on other chains are still pretty new like Lido or Marinade, and Persistence has been around for quite some time and building out a range of assets while the market is just starting to explore this idea and use cases. I'm hyped for DeFi and liquid staking so they were basically the third project I looked into after finding ATOM and OSMO. They've got integrations with Sifchain right now for things like pATOM and are starting to seriously roll out their infrastructure for liquid staking for all Cosmos SDK coins. As bridges and omni-dexs become more prevalent, I see demand for liquid staking assets working like demand for borrowing and lending protocols like AAVE where people want to be able to utilize an asset they want to retain ownership of and earn yield on. This will make a liquid staked asset more valuable from a yield perspective than being able to maintain tokens across chains. As more networks transition to PoS and DeFi utilization of liquid staked assets increases this will provide far more freedom to those who want to use liquid staking and I think XPRT has a decent case to dominate this for the Cosmos ecosystem. Somehow pSTAKE is a part of this that I still need to research through.