A futures contract is a legal agreement to buy or sell an asset, commodity, or security at a predetermined price at a specified time in the future. They are standardized for quantity and quality of the underlying asset, which allows for efficient trading.
Currently, we are witnessing a Cambrian explosion as many different Ethereum & general crypto wallets are popping up. While they differ in the broadness of their functionality, they have some common denominators. Read on.
Uniswap is a liquidity protocol running on the Ethereum blockchain which allows for decentralized token swaps. Its logo, a unicorn, is a reminder of the magic that this truly innovative protocol brought to the DeFi space. Thanks to Uniswap, traders can swap their Ethereum based tokens without having to trust a third party. As tokens […]
A stock market, also called stock exchange, is a platform where investors can buy and sell stocks (also called shares) and bonds in publicly traded companies. Prices for stocks are determined by supply and demand.
Crypto staking is the action of buying and holding certain cryptocurrencies to become an active or passive validating node for the network – thereby increasing the network’s security infrastructure and is compensated accordingly with more coins.
Cryptocurrencies are a new form of asset, virtual in nature and issued by no central entity but an algorithm-based protocol. Investing in crypto can be a daunting process, with several coins, concepts & new terminologies to delve into.
Chainlink is a decentralized oracle network, which provides real-world data to smart contracts. Or, in other words, it connects blockchains with the outside world. It is one of the most trusted projects for oracle services within the crypto space.