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Liquidity providers (LPs) add funds to liquidity pools. You could think of a liquidity pool as a big pile of funds that traders can trade against.
Swap refers to exchanging one cryptocurrency you hold for the equivalent value of another cryptocurrency.
A staking pool is a group of coin holders merging their resources to increase their chances of validating blocks and receiving rewards. They combine their staking power and share the rewards proportionally to their contributions to the pool.
Farming is a way to make more crypto with your crypto. It involves you lending your funds to others through the magic of computer programs called smart contracts. In return for your service, you earn fees in the form of crypto.
An automated market maker (AMM) is a type of decentralized exchange (DEX) protocol that relies on a mathematical formula to price assets. Instead of using an order book like a traditional exchange, assets are priced according to a pricing algorithm.
ERC-20 introduces a standard for Fungible Tokens, in other words, they have a property that makes each Token be exactly the same (in type and value) of another Token.
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The amount of token to get swapped needs permission to shift on the other specified chain using the ChainSwapToChain() Event.
When the event is emitted, a signal transfers to the other chain with the amount specified from the first chain.
The amount of token burned from the first chain will need a trigger to the other chain for claiming the tokens.
When the method is triggered, the ChainSwapClaim() event is emitted along with the minting of the tokens.