NULS/Nerve to Collaborate with DeFi Platform FarSwap

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We at NULS/Nerve are happy to announce our collaboration with FarSwap. FarSwap is a DeFi software platform currently running on Ethereum. It offers users the opportunity to lend, borrow, buy, and sell cryptocurrency assets while earning rewards. It includes an autonomous ecosystem of KYC-free algorithms.

DeFi platforms like FarSwap aim to take the middlle-man out of financial transactions such as lending and borrowing. This makes these mechanisms more accessible to everyday users. They offer rewards and incentives to users who stake their assets to provide pools of liquidity.

On AMM-based DeFi exchanges, the usual order book is replaced by on-chain, pre-funded liquidity pools. Liquidity providers earn income on their asset deposits from transactions such as trading fees. The amount they earn is based on the percentage of the liquidity pool that they provide.

With FarSwap, 50% of trading fees are given to those participants staking and providing liquidity on the platform.

Lending and borrowing

With FarSwap, you earn rewards each time you lend or borrow on the platform. They reward lenders and borrowers with the FAR token.

  • When you pay back the loan with FAR, you get a 2% repayment discount.
  • There are other rewards when you pay back the loan with the Far token.

Farming

FarSwap offers farming for rewards as well as lending and borrowing.

On the FarSwap Farm, users can earn 55% per annum, and you can unstake and withdraw at any time.

What will the final product look like with NULS/Nerve?

Via the NULS/Nerve collaboration, FarSwap will give users zero-fee transactions to solve the problem of (currently outrageous) high gas fees and reward users for their activities on the platform.

NULS/Nerve and FarSawp

FarSwap plans to build with the NULS/Nerve Network blockchain, ChainBox, and ChainFactory. It will also take part in the NULS SCO/POCM program.

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