Cryptonomics

Cryptonomics: Bull Markets Explained

Anyone can profit from any market trend, whether a bull or bear market. Due to sharp market declines and quick recoveries characterized in the bull market cycle, retracements often shake weak hands.

Cryptonomics: Bitcoin Stock to Flow Model Explained

The stock to flow, a model typically used for precious metals, can be applied to BTC. Bitcoin is the first currency that has been measured with this model due to its scarcity.

Cryptonomics: DeFi Indicators Explained

Here are indicators every DeFi investor should familiarize themselves with to keep up with decentralized finance’s rapid developments.

Cryptonomics: Flash Loans Explained

The flash loan concept is relatively new and is already generating good interest from users worldwide. Despite its apparent positive impact on DeFi, it can also be hijacked for malicious intentions.

Cryptonomics: Smart Contracts Explained

The most significant adoption will be mainstream businesses using smart contracts for daily use. Imagine going to the grocery store with no wallet, no paper bills, and only your mobile device to sign agreements using smart contracts.

Cryptonomics: Central Digital Bank Currencies Explained

As the world moves away from cash to a digital money market, it is to be expected that more and more governments will adopt Central Bank Digital Currencies.

Cryptonomics: Non-Fungible Tokens Explained

NFTs are witnessing growing speculation among NFT fans, leaving NFTS on track to be a massive industry in the future; collectible assets like CryptoKitties and CryptoPunks have proven the potential in the past.

Cryptonomics: BNB Token Explained

BNB went from being just a utility token for use on the Binance exchange to fueling the whole Binance ecosystem.

Cryptonomics: Binance Bridge Explained

As blockchain technology and adoption advances, the need for cooperation and interoperation between different platforms is ever more necessary. Token bridges will be an essential way of networking the different blockchains.

Cryptonomics: Decentralized Autonomous Organizations Explained

Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (DAO) describe a set of rules that govern a network in a decentralized fashion while providing incentives for participants in the consensus.

Cryptonomics: Hardware Wallets Explained

If you own crypto assets, then perhaps the safest bet is safekeeping them in cold storage or hardware wallets

Cryptonomics: Tether (USDT) Explained

Tether (USDT) maintains the worlds’ biggest stable coin reserve, maintaining its position of being the third most valuable coin with over $26 Billion in market capitalization.

Cryptonomics: Blockchain Security Explained

The blockchain is the core of the cryptocurrency and digital era, for, without it, there would be tons of discrepancies and security flaws within transactions.

Cryptonomics: Elastic Supply Tokens Explained

Rebase tokens seek to incorporate commodity-like market features through the unique  rebase mechanics used to enforce a stable peg price while maintaining scarcity.

Cryptonomics: Yield Farming Explained

Stated simply, to yield-farm in cryptocurrency you must handover custody of your crypto assets to a particular De-Fi platform

Cryptonomics: Wrapped Tokens Explained

Wrapped tokens are tokenized versions of a cryptocurrency hosted on another blockchain representing the real-time underlying asset’s value.

Cryptonomics: Initial Farm Offerings Explanied

Initial Farm Offerings (IFO) are a new type of token sale event popularized by Decentralized Exchange (DEX) platforms, IFO's are utilized as a fundraising event for upcoming De-Fi protocols. 

Cryptonomics: Automated Market Makers

Decentralized exchanges (DEX’s) have continued to expand, and automated market makers (AMM’s) have been the primary technology adopted due to its ease of use and proven decentralized system.

Cryptonomics: What Is Impermanent Loss?

Impermanent loss (IL) is a loss of funds that a user will incur when they provide liquidity on Automated Market Making (AMM) exchanges. AMM’s utilize an algorithm and game theory to generate liquidity, in turn, creating IL through the arbitrage opportunities presented.

Cryptonomics: Decentralized Exchanges Explained

Decentralized exchanges (DEX) leverage block-chain technology; instead of relying on a centralized entity, a network of computers is used to complete and verify transactions.

Cryptonomics: Deflationary Tokens

There are two fundamental categories that token models can fit into, deflationary or inflationary tokens. On this latest series, Cryptonomics, GoonTrades will dive into the realm of deflationary tokens.
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