PRESS RELEASE. Centralized exchanges have been the backbone of the cryptocurrency market for years. They offer fast settlement times, high trading volume, and continually improving liquidity. However, there’s a parallel world being built in the form of trustless protocols. Decentralized exchanges (DEX) require no middlemen or custodians to facilitate trading.
Due to the inherent limitations of blockchain technology, it has been a challenge to build DEXes that meaningfully compete with their centralized counterparts. Most DEXs could improve both in terms of performance and user experience.
Basically, MoonDeFi has two main elements: Swap and Staking (Farming). And when users participate in any of the above activities, they will receive a certain profit.
What is the MoonDeFi Protocol?
MoonDeFi is a protocol on Ethereum for swapping ERC20 tokens. Traditionally, token swaps require buyers and sellers to create liquidity; MoonDeFi creates markets automatically. Unlike most exchanges that charge fees, MoonDeFi was designed with a very low fee structure without any fees.
Traders can exchange Ethereum tokens on MoonDeFi without having to trust anyone with their money. Anyone can lend their cryptocurrencies to the liquidity pool and collect a fee. This is done by an equation that automatically determines and balances the value based on actual demand.
How MoonDeFi’s Protocol Works
MoonDeFi is an automatic liquidity marketplace, so, there is no order book or central party required for the transaction, and MoonDeFi allows users to act as a one-stop-shop for any type of exchange, be it a token exchange or a trading platform.
To enable trading without an order book, MoonDeFi has developed a model called the liquidity pool, which is created by liquidity providers. Anyone with an Ethereum address can contribute to the liquidity of exchange and make money from it. It allows users to exchange ERC20 tokens, including the native ETH token, without…