ain

DeFi Blockchain - enabling decentralized finance on Bitcoin (by DeFiCh)

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DeFiCh/ain is an open source project licensed under MIT License which is an OSI approved license.

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  • $30 of DFI when you deposit $50 of crypto with CakeDeFi
    I'd highly recommend looking into the DeFiChain project that Cake is built on as well. There's no referral bonus but you can stake and do liquidity mining avoiding the fees from Cake if you'd prefer. It's also entirely decentralised which means no KYC is required either. DFI looks like a solid token too and has a great whitepaper and team behind it.
  • API or CLI Swap on DEX in DefiChain
    Actually, now that I think about it, you probably have to use the server app not the wallet: https://github.com/DeFiCh/ain/
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    reddit.com/r/cakedefi | 2021-04-13
    Cake is an intermediary for the DeFiChain. It makes some things easier and more comfortable. But you could could also use the DeFiChain directly: https://defichain.com
  • Cake taking high a spread?
    reddit.com/r/cakedefi | 2021-04-11
    It is a laptop program. CAKE is a company, DeFi-Chain is the blockchain it uses. CAKE is doing the defi part for you. But you can do it yourself using the blockchain directly with the https://defichain.com/ wallet app. Here you can create a wallet where you are the keeper of the keys. You can use the DEX in the app to swap BTC (or DST BTC. Bitcoin wrapped on the defichain blockchain) to DFI, and then transfer them back to cake, if you wish to stake them there. Or you could liquidity mine on the app. This video is long, but she goes into some detail. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gOc8wWWHsqA
  • anonym DEFI
    just use the Desktopwallet from defichain... not need KYC like on cakedefi...
  • Cake Defi - $30 worth of DFI tokens added instantly after making $50 crypto deposit (can be withdrawn)
  • Block Chain Stopped Again
  • Defichain Node and Wallet App on Raspberry Pi
    FROM ubuntu:20.04 as builder ARG CONT_IMG_VER ENV CONT_IMG_VER=${CONT_IMG_VER:-1.6.0} ENV DEBIAN_FRONTEND=noninteractive RUN apt-get update && \ apt-get install -y \ automake \ autotools-dev \ bsdmainutils \ build-essential \ curl \ libboost-chrono-dev \ libboost-filesystem-dev \ libboost-system-dev \ libboost-test-dev \ libboost-thread-dev \ libevent-dev \ libminiupnpc-dev \ libssl-dev \ libtool \ libzmq3-dev \ pkg-config \ python3 \ && rm -rf /var/lib/apt/lists/* RUN mkdir -p /usr/src/defich && \ cd /usr/src/defich && \ curl -L https://github.com/DeFiCh/ain/archive/v$CONT_IMG_VER.tar.gz > ain.tar.gz && \ tar xvzf ain.tar.gz && \ ln -s /usr/src/defich/ain-$CONT_IMG_VER /usr/src/defich/ain && \ cd ain/depends && \ make HOST=aarch64-linux-gnu RUN cd /usr/src/defich/ain && \ ./autogen.sh && \ ./configure --prefix=$PWD/depends/aarch64-linux-gnu --enable-glibc-back-compat --enable-reduce-exports LDFLAGS=-static-libstdc++ && \ make ENV PATH=/usr/src/defich/ain/src:$PATH FROM ubuntu:20.04 WORKDIR /app COPY --from=builder /usr/src/defich/ain/src/defid ./ COPY --from=builder /usr/src/defich/ain/src/defi-cli ./ ENV PATH=/app:$PATH
  • Cake Defi - Get an Instant $30 crypto bonus when you make a deposit of $50 worth in crypto
    I'd highly recommend looking into the DeFiChain project it's built on as well. There's no referral bonus but you can stake and liquidity mine avoiding the fees from Cake if you'd prefer. It's also entirely decentralised which means no KYC is required either. DFI looks like a solid token too and has a great whitepaper and team behind it.
  • Bitcoin Cash liquidity mining at DeFiChain for 45% APY (100x next week)
    reddit.com/r/btc | 2021-03-10
    DeFiChain is a UTXO blockchain (Bitcoin code fork) that implements DeFi as native consensus without Turing-complete instructions. https://defichain.com/ Code: https://github.com/defich/ain
  • Cake Defi - $30 worth of DFI tokens added instantly after $50 deposit (can be withdrawn)
    I'd highly recommend looking into the DeFiChain project it's built on as well. There's no referral bonus but you can stake and liquidity mine avoiding the fees from Cake if you'd prefer. It's also entirely decentralised which means no KYC is required either. DFI looks like a solid token too and has a great whitepaper and team behind it.
  • Cake Defi - Get free $30 DFI for your first $50 crypto deposit.
    I'd highly recommend looking into the DeFiChain project it's built on as well. There's no referral bonus but you can stake and liquidity mine avoiding the fees from Cake if you'd prefer. It's also entirely decentralised which means no KYC is required either. DFI looks like a solid token too and has a great whitepaper and team behind it.
  • Defichain On Raspberry Pi 4 With Ubuntu 2004 64
  • [OFFER] CAKE DEFI - $30 FREE [$50 DEPOSIT] [INSTANT]