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Bancor allows anyone to easily create completely liquid “smart tokens” that calculate their own prices and enable a single party to convert any token to another, without requiring a second party to exchange with.
What’s going on with Bancor?
One of the biggest DeFi protocols on the market has paused its impermanent loss protection, sparking rumors of a liquidity crisis. The Bancor team talked to CryptoSlate about what caused the decision to halt ILP and the steps the protocol is taking to prevent these problems in the future.
Coinbase may list Aave, Bancor, Ren, Vechain, Synthetix and 13 other cryptocurrencies
Coinbase is currently exploring the addition of 18 new digital assets, which include DeFi tokens such as Aave, Bancor, Ren, VeChain, Aragon, and DigiByte.
Bancor’s new liquidity feature means token-holders can earn staking fees
Decentralized liquidity network Bancor Protocol has launched its long-awaited staking liquidity facility.
BancorX Launches With Promise of Decentralized Instant Cross-Chain Crypto Conversion
The Bancor Network announced the launch of a new generation crypto exchange service.
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