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FAQ

What does defi mean?

Defi stands for decentralized finance, a concept where financial products are open to everyone via a public decentralized blockchain network. This saves people from having to go through middlemen like banks, exchanges, or brokers, saving time and money in the process.

How is defi different from crypto?

Crypto, or cryptocurrency, refers to a digital currency that is backed by blockchain technology. Defi, on the other hand, is the ecosystem in which various financial functions can be carried out on a peer-to-peer basis, free of middlemen. For example, you can buy and sell cryptocurrencies on a defi platform.

What is a liquidity pool?

A liquidity pool, or LP, is a pool of funds locked in a smart contract in the blockchain. LPs are used to facilitate trading in the defi network, allowing traders to more easily switch between buying and selling different coins. In many ways, LPs are the backbone of any exchange, and the future of the growth of defi.

Why does Lucidefi mainly invest in liquidity pools?

Our in-depth research with our AI-assisted algorithms has searched the defi marketplace for the most effective and risk-averse trading strategy, landing on LP investment as the best option. For example, an LP investment in ETH and ABC coin only represents an approximate 23% percent loss if ABC coin loses 50% of its value.

How do I know this isn't another crypto scam?

We are very aware that in such a new and rapidly growing market, there are bound to be scams and other dishonest schemes. As it is important for us to build and retain trust with our customers, we are happy to share our workings and successes, all logged on the blockchain. Contact us at contact@lucidefi.ai for more details.