There are a total of 3 articles associated with Amberdata.
Impermanent loss is when a token’s price change causes your share in a liquidity pool to be worth less than the present value of your deposit. It is considered impermanent because you can recover the loss if the token pair returns to the initial exchange rate. — Amberdata
by John Gilbert /
The growth has come despite a series of high-profile hacks that resulted in the loss of hundreds of millions of dollars
by Casey Wagner /
Amberdata plans to expand its research and development further into decentralized exchanges, DeFi and understanding money flows in stablecoins, the CEO said.
by Jacquelyn Melinek /
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