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COVER Protocol features shield-mining and SAFE2 token will be converted to COVER token.
Cover Protocol provides peer to peer coverage with fungible tokens. It lets the market set coverage prices as opposed to a bonding curve.
Cover Protocol allows DeFi users to be protected against smart contract risk. It stabilizes the turbulent DeFi space by instilling confidence and trust between protocols and their users. By bridging the gap between decentralized finance and traditional finance, Cover Protocol will open the doors of DeFi to all investors.
COVER tokens are valueless and serve as governance tokens for COVER protocol.
NOTE: This refers to the newly launched Cover Protocol.
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