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Bancor FAQ
What is Bancor (BNT), and what sets it apart in the crypto world?
Bancor is a decentralized open-source protocol. It enables automated, low-slippage token swaps, and also provides liquidity for small-cap tokens.
How does Bancor achieve automated and low-slippage swaps?
Bancor employs Automated Market-Maker (AMM) which users can deploy and customize. It adjusts token prices based on supply and demand, so swaps become very efficient.
What's the role of the BNT token in the Bancor ecosystem?
This is the native token of the protocol. BNT enables automatic conversions between other assets.
Can I provide liquidity to Bancor pools and earn rewards?
Users can do this by supplying tokens to Bancor's liquitity pools, earning fees and rewards at the same time.
What's unique about Bancor's approach to liquidity provision?
Bancor allows users to create new liquidity pools for a wide range of tokens and to earn rewards by depositing them in there.
Is Bancor decentralized, and how does it ensure security?
Yes, Bancor is decentralized. The protocol is secured through its network of validators and its use of smart contracts. Moreover, it also employs a mechanism called Impermanent Loss Protection (IL Protection).
What's the concept of "impermanent loss" in Bancor liquidity pools?
It's a situation when the profit users make from staking a token in liquidity pools is less than what they'd have earned just holding this asset.
Can I stake BNT and participate in governance decisions?
Yes, staking BNT gives you the right to vote on proposals and impact the Bancor protocol's development.