Ponzi SchemeBy Cryptomcmillan1 | Updated on May 24, 2020
A Ponzi scheme is also referred to as pyramid scheme, and typically takes the form of an investment scheme which pays existing investors with funds collected from new investors. Ponzi schemes usually come with the promise of high returns and little risk, while requiring members to actively recruit more members to join the scheme. Once recruitment stops the schemes usually go bust as they run out of funds to pay existing members.
Over The Counter (OTC)
It refers to the process that cryptocurrencies are being traded outside exchange and it is done directly between two parties
Yield farming involves putting cryptocurrency into a DeFi protocol to collect interest on trading fees.
Collateralized Debt Obligation (CDO)
A collateralized debt obligation (CDO) is a form of derivative in which the value is generated from another underlying asset, and is sold to institutional investors.
The price at which a cryptocurrency opens at a time period, for example at the start of the day; the price at which a cryptocurrency closes at a time period, for example at the end of the day.
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