Series 1- Introduction of DeFi
DeFi has emerged as one of the most active sectors in the blockchain space. DeFi refers to an ecosystem of financial applications that are built on top of a blockchain. After these introductory words, DeFi analysis continues with a short recap about What is DeFi
Series 2 - DeFi BUILDING BLOCKS
DeFi uses a multi-layered architecture. Every layer has its own distinct purpose .Each layer provides the foundation and the stability for the layer on top of it to express itself effectively. In this section we propose a framework for the analysis of these layers, Defi analysis continues with a short recap about Defi Finance stack chapter 1. and This serves as the basis for chapter 2,which explains Defi Applications.
Series 3 - DeFi SUB CATEGORIES
Now we have an understanding of the conceptual model of Defi Building Blocks , let us take a closer look at the tokenization and protocol layer. In this section we go through the most prominent Defi categories. chapter 1 Stable coin and Asset Tokenization. This serves as the basis for chapter 2,which explains Defi Borrowing and Lending chapter 3 explains Decentralize exchange and oracle chapter 4 explains Asset Management and Derivations
Series 4 - STABLECOIN
Now we have an understanding of the Defi Building Blocks , let us take a closer look at the StableCoin. In this section we go through the most prominent concepts. chapter 1 What is Stable coin. This serves as the basis for chapter 2,which explains why do we need stablecoin chapter 3 explains Different Type of stablecoin chapter 4 explains How does stablecoin works.
Series 5 - Dapps
Dapps are decentralized apps. They are like normal apps, and offer similar functions, but the key difference is they are run on a peer-to-peer network, such as blockchain. That means no one person or entity has control of the network.
Series 6 - DEFI LENDING AND BORROWING
Lending and borrowing is one of the most important element of any financial system. Most people at some point in their life are exposed to borrowing, usually by taking a student loan, a car loan or a mortgage.