• Cryptocurrency DeFI Guidebook: A Beginner-to-Expert Guide on Decentralized Finance

  • DeFI and Blockchain, Borrow, Lend, Trade, Save, and Invest After Bitcoin and Ethereum in Peer-to-Peer Lending and Farming
  • By: Cameron Belford
  • Narrated by: Jerry Wright
  • Length: 3 hrs and 58 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (57 ratings)

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Cryptocurrency DeFI Guidebook: A Beginner-to-Expert Guide on Decentralized Finance

By: Cameron Belford
Narrated by: Jerry Wright
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The beginners-to-expert guide on everything DeFi. Decentralized finance (DeFi) is a new way to borrow, lend, trade, save, and invest. It’s an open-source financial system that has no central authority or middlemen. The DeFi network has risen from zero to about $50 billion in value locked!

Cameron Belfort brings his knowledge of the DeFi and cryptocurrency space to deliver an easy-to-understand, straight-to-the-point guide through the ecosystem. Cryptocurrency DeFI Guidebook: A Beginner to Expert Guide on Decentralized Finance is written for beginners who are yet to familiarize themselves with how DeFi works. The audiobook delves deep into every facet of decentralized finance, paying close attention to its use cases, platforms, and features. DeFi has expanded at a tremendous speed. In fact, the rate at which new ideas and inventions emerge is so rapid that both professionals and beginners struggle to stay up and comprehend their growing importance. This book ensures you’re kept up-to-date with regards to DeFi and its use cases.

Within these lines, you will find:

  • The difference between centralized and decentralized finance
  • The basics of DeFi
  • How DeFi works
  • The DeFi dashboard
  • Step-by-step guide to using DeFi
  • SNAP: the foundation of DeFi
  • Advantages and disadvantages of DeFi
  • DeFi ecosystem and its use cases
  • DeFi service categories
  • Ethereum: the decentralized layer
  • Decentralized application (DApps)
  • Ethereum wallets
  • Decentralized stablecoins
  • Decentralized lending and borrowing
  • Decentralized exchanges (DEX)
  • Decentralized derivatives
  • Decentralized fund management
  • Decentralized payments
  • Decentralized insurance
  • How to invest (using DeFi technologies for investment opportunities)
  • DeFi policy approaches
  • The future of decentralized finance

The Cryptocurrency DeFI Guidebook: A Beginner to Expert Guide on Decentralized Finance is structured to provide basic explanation of what DeFi is and how it is important for the community.

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Very advanced view

I found the content to be very advanced for a casual investor in crypto. So beginners beware even given the title. If you have an MBA in finance or work on Wall Street there is some good info on the potential of DeFi on an institutional scale. Not so valuable for the individual investor at this point.