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NewsBTC 2022-09-26 19:00:51

Easyfi launches new product “Electric” to bring Permissionless Margin Trading capabilities to DeFi using its lending protocol

Testnet Launch on Polygon Now Live Decentralized exchanges (DEXs) have been able to clinch a large market share from centralized exchanges (CEXs), especially with the creation of more than 20,000 tokens, all with varying degrees of liquidity. However, one area where DEXs is still lacking is in the margin trading domain. Where centralized exchanges command more than $200 billion in margin trading volume daily, DEXs fall short with only a tiny fraction of this volume. EasyFi, a universal Layer 2 multi-chain lending protocol, is taking steps to add value to the DeFi space via their protocol. It has announced a new product called “Electric”, that allows DeFi users to be able to carry out margin trades outside the confines of a centralized exchange using its lending protocol. Extending the Lending Strategy “Electric” is only the latest in EasyFi’s vision of getting DeFi users to #DoMoreWithDeFi. The launch of Electric brings to fore the next step in their lending strategy. This will allow users to obtain short-term loans and use them to carry out margin trading activities. All of this happens on publicly sourced liquidity that is available on different automated market makers (AMMs). Electric users will be able to trade with the most liquid decentralized exchanges and AMMs through collaborations that are being explored by the EasyFi team. Lenders of the liquidity pools can invest smartly by being provided a calculated risk-reward r...

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