Why should I get involved in MatrixETF Liquidity Mining?
Prior to the advent of decentralized finance, only centralized exchanges and over-the-counter markets traded cryptocurrencies.
To conduct blockchain transactions, the order book mechanism was used. Maintaining order books was costly, and gas fees charges skyrocketed.
These initial challenges served as the impetus and motivation for Decentralized exchanges to create an innovative mechanism for liquidity trading known as the Automated Market Maker (AMM).
AMM provides an interface for automatically providing liquidity for trading pairs. When digital assets are traded on AMM, trades are initiated directly from non-custodial wallets containing the private keys. The process is guided by smart contracts, which specify prices and provide liquidity. In simple terms, users are trading against the system rather than with other users.
Liquidity pools are digital assets delivered as smart contracts that enable traders to buy or sell tokens without having to wait for counterparties who require the opposing currency.
To put it another way, how would you feel if you had to go find a buyer for your ETH every time you needed $MDF?
The liquidity Pool ensures that there is enough $MDF to pay for your ETH, which speeds up the transaction and eliminates the bureaucratic processes associated with trading tokens.
The prices of tokens in a pool are determined by AMMs using pre-programmed mathematical equations. When a token provider adds liquidity, a one-of-a-kind token is created and sent to the provider's address.
MatrixETF liquidity providers benefit from the following:
1. Governance privileges
2. Gain daily from the $MDF set aside by MatrixETF for liquidity providers.
3. Receive a percentage of gas fees as profit.
MatrixETF launched two index ETF products in 2021: the Matrix DeFi Index (MDI), which is based on Ethereum, and the Matrix Solana Index (MSI), which is based on Solana.
You can now invest in a high yielding of Crypto basket of assets.
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