Qilin Is Building a Decentralized Volatility Protocol on The Ethereum Network

The cryptocurrency and DeFi industries are known for their ongoing volatility. Sharp price drops and increases create opportunities to make money. Qilin goes one step further by providing active exposure to the price swings of any asset.

Enhancing Volatility as A Tool

The vast majority of cryptocurrencies are only known for their volatility. Although that creates many money-making opportunities, it also scares off a fair few people on the fence about investing. While the volatile aspect of crypto assets can be scary, it is also a tool to wield by those brave enough to explore the options on the table. Harnessing volatility to one’s benefit can prove beneficial, as this industry is one of the only ones capable of providing such benefits.

As the decentralized finance industry grows, the appeal of and access to unique opportunities becomes crucial as Qilin intends to create new opportunities through market volatility. More specifically, it is a decentralized volatility protocol that lets suers long any asset’s volatility over time. Exploring long or short volatility is an unusual option in the cryptocurrency industry, but it can prove useful.

What is important for all DeFi solutions is how well they can handle significant blockchains’ scaling issues. Qilin is confident it has a 99.99% fee reduction over competitors and 50 times the capital efficiency. Bold statements to live up to, as users will scrutinize projects putting out such lofty features. With the mainnet launched on Ethereum in Q2 2021 and migration to layer-two solutions, later on, there are certain milestones to look forward to.

As a decentralized volatility protocol, Qilin intends to reduce the risk of liquidity providers through Rebase Share. Additionally, its elastic liquidity supply range can help increase capital utilization, a very important aspect when dealing with market volatility and leveraged positions. Powered by a comprehensive liquidation engine, the team’s approach to derivatives…

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