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April 12, 2021, 10:35:05 PM
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Price is too high in my opinion but for me I think people would still invest good luck.

I don't really know what you're talking about, What do you mean by high price? Can you explain to me? What investments make luck for people? Huh

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April 14, 2021, 02:55:13 PM
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User data will be transmitted through a cloud computing-based system, which is strictly monitored by the protocol's verification program and its smart contract algorithm.
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April 14, 2021, 09:42:55 PM
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The biggest risk of DeFi applications is that smart contracts may be hacked. There may be a backdoor that allows others to steal all keys. What backup plan do you have for this. Because we must trust it, so we need reasons.
Both parties must sign a formal legal agreement to define terms such as the repayment schedule, interest and other necessary conditions. By integrating with OpenLaw, a project that creates legal contracts recorded on the blockchain, these terms can be formalized on the chain.
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April 15, 2021, 03:26:03 PM
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The first key difference to be resolved is that collateralizing digital currency is a completely different proposition than buying a discounted invoice for fiat currency. Although both forms of passive income involve very different factors.
When encrypting, the risks include encryption variability, drastic reductions, loss of your mnemonic or key, and the verifier not paying you. Since this is a cryptocurrency, the cryptocurrency you pledge is not insured, and funds cannot be recovered in the worst case.
It is worth noting that there is no pre-mining and team distribution of tokens, which provides users with a reasonable opportunity to obtain the highest profit during the purchase and mortgage period. At launch, the total supply is one million coins, which can be purchased on the official website of the project.
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April 15, 2021, 04:57:06 PM
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Setting up and maintaining a staking pool often requires a lot of time and expertise. Staking pools tend to be the most effective on networks where the barrier of entry (technical or financial) is relatively high. As such, many pool providers charge a fee from the staking rewards that are distributed to participants. How do you do that?
Fortunately, DeepStake allows users to unstake at any time. In such a scenario, the rewards are calculated based on the total number of days staked.
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April 15, 2021, 06:30:36 PM
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The biggest risk of DeFi applications is that smart contracts may be hacked. There may be a backdoor that allows others to steal all keys. What backup plan do you have for this. Because we must trust it, so we need reasons.
Both parties must sign a formal legal agreement to define terms such as the repayment schedule, interest and other necessary conditions. By integrating with OpenLaw, a project that creates legal contracts recorded on the blockchain, these terms can be formalized on the chain.
When PoS first appeared, a large part of the crypto community did not believe that just having a token was enough to eliminate bad behavior. One of their main concerns is called the "nowhere to be critical" problem
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April 15, 2021, 07:26:22 PM
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User data will be transmitted through a cloud computing-based system, which is strictly monitored by the protocol's verification program and its smart contract algorithm.
The advantage of using a liquidity pool is that it does not require buyers and sellers to decide to exchange two assets at a given price, but instead uses a pre-raised liquidity pool. As long as there is a large enough liquidity pool, even for the most liquid trading pairs, this can make transactions occur with limited slippage.
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April 15, 2021, 08:50:23 PM
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The liquidity pool is one of the core technologies behind the current DeFi technology stack. They make it possible to diversify transactions, loans, income generation, etc. These smart contracts power almost every part of DeFi, and it is likely that they will continue to do so.
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April 16, 2021, 01:43:39 PM
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User data will be transmitted through a cloud computing-based system, which is strictly monitored by the protocol's verification program and its smart contract algorithm.
Proof of Work  has demonstrated to be a hearty component to work with the agreement in a decentralized way. The issue is, it includes a ton of self-assertive calculations. The riddle the diggers are contending to tackle fills no need other than keeping the organization secure.
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April 16, 2021, 07:10:27 PM
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The liquidity pool is one of the core technologies behind the current DeFi technology stack. They make it possible to diversify transactions, loans, income generation, etc. These smart contracts power almost every part of DeFi, and it is likely that they will continue to do so.
This in itself makes this overabundance of calculation reasonable. Now, you may be pondering: are there alternate approaches to keep up decentralized agreement without the high computational expense?
The fundamental thought is that members can lock  coins (their "stake"), and at specific spans, the convention arbitrarily doles out the privilege to one of them to approve the following square. Ordinarily, the likelihood of being picked is relative to the measure of coins – the more coins secured, the higher the odds.
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April 16, 2021, 08:53:05 PM
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The biggest risk of DeFi applications is that smart contracts may be hacked. There may be a backdoor that allows others to steal all keys. What backup plan do you have for this. Because we must trust it, so we need reasons.
Both parties must sign a formal legal agreement to define terms such as the repayment schedule, interest and other necessary conditions. By integrating with OpenLaw, a project that creates legal contracts recorded on the blockchain, these terms can be formalized on the chain.
Some may contend that the creation of squares through marking empowers a more serious level of versatility for blockchains. This is one reason the Ethereum network is intended to move from PoW to PoS in a bunch of specialized overhauls all things considered alluded to as ETH 2.0.
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April 17, 2021, 02:04:05 PM
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Setting up and maintaining a staking pool often requires a lot of time and expertise. Staking pools tend to be the most effective on networks where the barrier of entry (technical or financial) is relatively high. As such, many pool providers charge a fee from the staking rewards that are distributed to participants. How do you do that?
Staking involves validators locking their coins so that the protocol can randomly select them at specific intervals to create a block. Generally, participants with larger bets are more likely to be selected as the next block validator.
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April 17, 2021, 04:13:39 PM
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Setting up and maintaining a staking pool often requires a lot of time and expertise. Staking pools tend to be the most effective on networks where the barrier of entry (technical or financial) is relatively high. As such, many pool providers charge a fee from the staking rewards that are distributed to participants. How do you do that?
Staking involves validators locking their coins so that the protocol can randomly select them at specific intervals to create a block. Generally, participants with larger bets are more likely to be selected as the next block validator.
Although ASIC mining requires a large investment in hardware, collateral requires direct investment in the cryptocurrency itself. Therefore, instead of competing for the next computational work block, it is better to choose a PoS validator based on the number of coins they bet.
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April 17, 2021, 07:47:44 PM
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User data will be transmitted through a cloud computing-based system, which is strictly monitored by the protocol's verification program and its smart contract algorithm.
Proof of Work  has demonstrated to be a hearty component to work with the agreement in a decentralized way. The issue is, it includes a ton of self-assertive calculations. The riddle the diggers are contending to tackle fills no need other than keeping the organization secure.
In some other networks, the bet is determined by a fixed percentage. These rewards are distributed to validators as compensation for inflation. Inflation encourages users to spend their coins instead of holding them, which may increase its use as a cryptocurrency. However, using this model, validators can accurately calculate the bet rewards they expect to receive.
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April 17, 2021, 08:19:13 PM
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DEEPSTAKE Glad to Announce that DEST token will be listed on Pancakeswap exchange with the initial price of $100 per 1DEST
The listing Date is 20 of April 12PM UTC
Website - https://deepstake.finance
Telegram - https://t.me/DEEPSTAKE

https://twitter.com/deep_stake/status/1383494751949754369?s=20
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April 18, 2021, 09:21:46 PM
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How are you guys providing so much APY?

Based on adaptable liquidity mechanism, APY will be high and will be adjusted. You can see the current APY rates on the website.
Are equity awards funded through inflation or fees?
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April 18, 2021, 10:03:40 PM
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Setting up and maintaining a staking pool often requires a lot of time and expertise. Staking pools tend to be the most effective on networks where the barrier of entry (technical or financial) is relatively high. As such, many pool providers charge a fee from the staking rewards that are distributed to participants. How do you do that?
Fortunately, DeepStake allows users to unstake at any time. In such a scenario, the rewards are calculated based on the total number of days staked.
Currently, governments and banks around the world are exploring or applying blockchain technology. The importance of this technology is undeniable. However, there are several types of blockchains, and not everyone enjoys a completely decentralized status. Therefore, the meaning may vary depending on the industry in which the technology is applied.
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April 19, 2021, 02:27:52 PM
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How will you capture the decentralized finance market? Is there any plan to execute?
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April 19, 2021, 03:24:52 PM
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Are payouts made in the staking token? Many staking programs offer compensation paid in the staking token. As you likely want to see projects you hold a stake in grow, look for networks that support additional use cases and demand for the underlying token outside of staking collateral. Alternatively, look for opportunities that pay stakers in ETH or BTC.
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April 19, 2021, 05:45:03 PM
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Are payouts made in the staking token? Many staking programs offer compensation paid in the staking token. As you likely want to see projects you hold a stake in grow, look for networks that support additional use cases and demand for the underlying token outside of staking collateral. Alternatively, look for opportunities that pay stakers in ETH or BTC.
As Staked runs the verifier node as a service. You delegate the voting rights of the currency to our nodes and get block rewards minus our fees. When you insist on using currency, this process is not completely risk-free.
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