What We Do

Our goal is to develop technologies that enable investors to make safe and stable profits in the crypto market. To do so, we need to stay up to date with the latest trends and master them rapidly. The latest trends we are investing in today are Staking, DeFi Farming, and DeFi Liquidation. And we have already built our technologies to make safe and stable profits from them and help investors do so, too.

Staking

Staking involves pledging a large amount of crypto to the cryptocurrency protocol – in our case, Ethereum (ETH) and TRON (TRX) – and this is done to maximize profits. It is basically locking up crypto assets for a certain period to eventually earn rewards or additional cryptocurrency coins or tokens. The one who stakes receives rewards because their assets are used as part of the blockchain mechanism called Proof of Stake. The Proof of Stake protocol assigns one of those who stake randomly to validate a block. The one who processes the block earns the rewards. It is important to note, however, that, though the protocol assigns randomly, the one who gets selected is likely the one who staked more. The probability to be selected to validate the next block is proportional to the size of the assets of the one who stakes.

Defi Farming

DeFi Farming or Liquidity Mining involves lending crypto coins via smart contracts to make profits later. It is similar to the automated market maker model. Liquidity providers add funds to liquidity pools. The liquidity provider then gets rewarded for providing that liquidity to the pool. But earning high rewards by DeFi farming isn’t so straightforward. The best DeFi farming strategies usually require moving crypto funds around repeatedly at a fast pace. The DeFi farmer constantly jumps from one protocol to another to eventually get a higher yield.

Defi Liquidation

DeFi Liquidation means providing crypto coins as liquidity to back the said crypto. This is done to prevent the market to become illiquid. Accordingly, liquidity pools are needed in the DeFi ecosystem because they provide convenience, speed, and the needed liquidity to keep the ecosystem healthy. And those who provide this liquidity get to have a share from the trading fees.