Some common questions can be answered here.

Frequently asked questions about using xDeFi:

1. What is xDeFi Swap and Pool Management?

xDEX is one of optimized ERC20 AMM DEX.

2. What is xDex?

Optimized Multi Asset AMM Dex Trustless and Permissionless. Accept any standard and non-deflating ERC20.

3. What is xFarm?

None for Pre-sale, Pre-mint, Fair launch and Antifragile. xDEX token distributed 100% based on community consessus and participation.

4. What is XPerp?

Perpetual Protocol With Shadow AMM

5. What is xNsure?

xNsure provide AMM European call and put options by introducing AMM tools to non-prefessional option sellers as well as AMM liquidity providers.

6. What is xHalfLife?

xHalfLife is Exponentially Decaying Money Stream Protocol. Any XDEX from xFarm voting pool, ordinary pool, and founder teams' fund, is rewarded through xHalfLife protocol. Withdrawable reward updated in every block.

7. What is Automated Market Maker (AMM) in Decentralized Finance (DeFi)?

An automated market maker (AMM) is a system that provides liquidity to the exchange it operates in through automated trading.

On AMM-based decentralized exchanges, the traditional order book is replaced by liquidity pools that are pre-funded on-chain for both assets of the trading pair. The liquidity is provided by other users who also earn passive income on their deposit through trading fees based on the percentage of the liquidity pool that they provide.

8. What is Yield Farming in Decentralized Finance (DeFi)?

Yield farming is a way to make more crypto with your crypto. It involves you lending your funds to others or provide liquidity to the market through the magic of computer programs called smart contracts. In return for your service, you earn fees in the form of crypto.

In XDeFi, if you become a liquidity provider, you can get mining revenue.

9. What is Total Value Locked (TVL) in Decentralized Finance (DeFi)?

Total Value Locked (TVL). It measures how much crypto is locked in DeFi mining, lending and other types of money marketplaces. In some sense, TVL is the aggregate liquidity in liquidity pools.