What are Liquidity Pools and how are people profiting from them in what is called “Yield Mining”. We take a look at the latest developments in Decentralized Finance (DeFi) and explain the most core concepts. Liquidity Pools are used by Automated Market Makers (AMM) such as Uniswap, Curve, and Balancer to reduce price changes when trading assets. Explore the entire process of supplying liquidity, risks of liquidity pools, and liquidity yield farming.

0:00 Introduction
2:09 What are Liquidity Pools
2:49 Example of Liquidity Pool: Uniswap pools
3:32 Trading on Automated Market Makers
5:55 Rewards for Liquidity Providers
6:25 Top Liquidity Pools
7:33 Balancer ($BAL)
8:27 What are the Risks

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50 replies
  1. Johnathan Mariam
    Johnathan Mariam says:

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  2. AB
    AB says:

    Uniswap v1 is an on-chain system of smart contracts on the Ethereum blockchain, implementing an automated liquidity protocol based on a “constant product formula” ' Uniswap v1 pair stores pooled reserves of two assets, and provides liquidity for those two

    assets, maintaining the invariant that the product of the reserves cannot decrease. Traders

    pay a 30-basis-point fee on trades, which goes to liquidity providers.

    You think you are making money, but you are PAYING MONEY PER TRADE

  3. Dariia Lupina
    Dariia Lupina says:

    Excellent presentation 🔥🔥🔥Love this channel, in the top !! Who knows good channels with crypto news and coin reviews like Bitcoin Channel LIVE, Ivan on Tech, Chico 🙏🙏🙏

  4. Taha Maleki
    Taha Maleki says:

    Hello friends, I wanted to talk to you about an issue. I live in Iran. Give me a lot of economic conditions. I sold my car and put it in digital currency. I bought it for $ 5.9. Give me a lot of conditions above, I just thought of leaving this comment, maybe someone could help me as much as he could. I really do not know what to say out of embarrassment, but I have no choice but to do so. My son is 9 years old. I am getting worse every day financially. .thank you
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  5. Connor OToole
    Connor OToole says:

    really interesting! question tho, when you stake your money in these pools, how do you get that money back? is it as easy as just withdrawing the funds from the pool or is there a process to doing that? or can you at all?



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