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What Is NFT Staking? How to Earn With NFTs

NFT staking can range from staking NFTs to unlock liquidity, as in the case of NFTX, or more commonly, to offer users a way of generating yield by putting their unused NFTs to work.

What Is Vesting in Crypto? Understanding Crypto Vesting Schedules

Vested tokens are locked up in a smart contract and are not accessible to anyone until the lock-up conditions are met. Vested tokens cannot be transferred, staked, or used in liquidity provision.

Crypto Metaverses: Incorporating Blockchain Technology in Virtual Worlds

The metaverse is a virtual representation of the real world using 3D and virtual reality technologies. Metaverse projects attempt to recreate certain real-world activities in an environment powered by simulation technologies.

Understanding Token Standards: BEP-2 vs. BEP-20 vs. ERC-20

BEP-2, BEP-20, and ERC-20 are common token standards that outline the rules for minting and deploying new tokens.

Automated Market Makers (AMM): Facilitating Trades in DeFi

An automated market maker is a model that offers liquidity in decentralized finance. It facilitates automated trading of cryptocurrencies through liquidity pools instead of traditional order books.

What Is Liquid Staking? 5 Liquid Staked Derivatives You Need to Know

After the Shanghai upgrade, ETH can be unstaked, resulting in more users likely liquid staking their ETH, growing the revenue of liquid stalking providers.

Crypto Bridges: Enabling Blockchain Interoperability

Crypto bridges are a novel way of solving the blockchain interoperability issue, where different chains can communicate and share value seamlessly.

Understanding Ethereum’s “Triple Halving”

Like Bitcoin’s halving system, Ethereum’s "triple halving" aims to complement Ethereum’s utility with improved tokenomics.

Privacy Coins: Are They Really Anonymous?

One of the main features of privacy coins is using privacy-enhancing technologies such as stealth addresses, zero-knowledge proofs, "mixers", and public-key encryption.