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    What are flash loans in DeFi?

    Similar to traditional loans, flash loans are expected to be paid back in full eventually. However, there are also marked differences. In typical lending processes, a borrower loans money from a lender. The amount is expected to be paid back in full eventually, with interest, depending on the terms discussed between the lender and the borrower.  Flash loans operate on a similar framework but have some unique terms and premises: Use of smart contracts A smart contract is a tool used in most blockchains to ensure that funds do not change hands until a specific set of rules are met.  

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    What loans can banks provide for the unemployed in 2022

    Published Wednesday, Jan. 19, 2022, 4:00 pm Join AFP’s 100,000+ followers on Facebook Purchase a subscription to AFP Subscribe to AFP podcasts on iTunes and Spotify News, press releases, letters to the editor: augustafreepress2@gmail.com Advertising inquiries: freepress@ntelos.net (© fizkes – stock.adobe.com) Special loans for unemployed people are accessible across the world. People who do not currently have any job may apply for loans that do not require them to provide any kind of assets as collateral. There are some loans that are available for individuals who reside in a country like the United States but are currently unemployed and can’t  

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    The Coming Crisis in the Decentralized Lending Market

    Lending has become the fastest-growing sector of decentralized finance (DeFi) in recent years. Now this segment accounts for almost half of the total volume of DeFi market transactions, or, to be more precise, about $40 billion, according to Statista. Most experts agree that this is not the limit, given the rapidly growing demand for loans and the huge pool of potential lenders. The decentralized loan market can easily grow exponentially because of its advantages over traditional lending. Image source: Statista The main advantage is the radical expansion of the number of potential creditors. DeFi’s open architecture allows any cryptocurrency  

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    Crypto Collateral on Loans Can be Prohibitively High; Here’s How to Fix It

    For those investors who are “Holding”—from the enthusiastic novice to the whale with a diverse crypto portfolio—one issue of buying and keeping crypto is that of liquidity. While we would all like to have enough wealth to dump massive amounts into crypto and still have plenty of fiat for things like starting businesses, buying homes/cars, or sending children to college—sometimes it just isn’t feasible.  The challenge for crypto believers is achieving the optimum balance where they can invest as much as possible into crypto, but maintain enough fiat liquidity to pursue other purchases, expenses, and investments.  If the crypto investment  

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    NFT as Collateral: Borrowers Can Now Secure a Loan with NFT(s) | Ingram Yuzek Gainen Carroll & Bertolotti, LLP

    Backed by noted crypto investors including Franklin Templeton and Pantera Capital, Arcade, a decentralized finance (DeFi) marketplace, has closed a $15 million Series A round to bring forth its secured financing business that allows borrowers to secure loans with the NFTs that they own. According to the news, Arcade has previously facilitated “the largest and first, permissionless, on-chain loan of $800,000 against an NFT portfolio” in its private release and is now taking a step further to launch its NFT-collateralized financing feature, aiming to provide liquidity to general NFT owners while enabling institutional and high-net-worth lenders to  

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