What are Liquidity Pools?
Liquidity pools are defined as crowdsourced pools, where cryptocurrencies or tokens are locked in a smart contract facilitating trades between the assets on a Decentralized Exchange (DEX). Most of the Defi platforms use automated market makers rather than traditional markets enabling automated trading of digital assets through the liquidity pools.
The Liquidity Pools depict a mechanism enabling users to pool their assets in a DEX’s smart contracts that offers asset liquidity to the traders for currency swap. Addressing the challenge of limited liquidity supply, automated market makers offered incentives to supply these pools with the assets without the intermediary. The trading turns easier on Decentralized Exchanges with increasing assets added to the pool and the rising liquidity of the pool.
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