How-to's for getting software setup that uses ethereum nodes to power Decentralized Financial apps
How-to's for getting software setup that uses ethereum nodes to power Decentralized Financial apps. Our repository of articles on DeFi.
Aave, previously known as ETHLender, has catapulted to the forefront of the DeFi space. Aave was the first in the space to come up with the idea of a Flash Loan. Before flash loans, you would have to stake an over-collateralized...Continue reading
On Ethereum, when a transaction is sent, before being added to a block, it resides in what is called a Mempool. To receive information about this transaction, the Mempool must be queried. This guide will demonstrate how to query a node’s mempool using QuickNode Ethereum...Continue reading
Smart-contracts are the heart and soul of all the development happening on the Ethereum blockchain, and as more and more people develop on Ethereum, smart contracts are becoming more complex.Sometimes a smart contract wants information about the real world, like...Continue reading
At a high level, keeper auctions allow speculators to automatically buy assets at a discount, like the $4m+ of ETH that was bought for near-zero DAI on Black Thursday. You can see the results...Continue reading
On ethereum, before being included in a block, transactions remain in what is called a pending transaction queue, tx pool, or mempool - they all mean the same thing. Miners then select a subset of all pending transactions from this queue to mine - there are a lot of...Continue reading
Compound finance are early pioneers in the decentralized finance space, as one of the first defi lenders. Compound offers a way to earn interest on several tokens: ETH, BAT, DAI, REP, WBTC, USDC & a few others. Compound makes this possible by locking your assets in a...Continue reading