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Gabay sa Cryptocurrency Accounting dito sa Pilipinas

Share some Bitpinas love:Translated by Arzen Ong from Cryptocurrency Accounting in the Philippines GuideAng pagdating ng mga bagong teknolohiya at mga bagong anyo ng digital assets ay dahan-dahang nagiging parte ng ating pamumuhay. Bilang isang 90’s kid, lahat ng bagay noon ay kailangang gawin ‘in person’ – paglalaro ng games, pagsa-shopping, pag-aaral, atbp. Sa pagkakaalam ko, ang tanging ‘long distance’ na maaari mong gawin noon ay ang tumawag sa telepono. Samantalang ngayon, ang mga smartphones natin ay nagmistulang mga superpowers natin. Halos lahat ng bagay ay ginagawa natin agad-agad gamit

A Guide to Persistence Protocol $XPRT

The missing link between decentralized finance (DeFi) and centralized finance (CeFi) is that the former interacts only with cryptocurrencies such as Tether (USDT) and Bitcoin (BTC). In contrast, conventional finance mostly deals with fiat. Although it’s easy to convert fiat to crypto, using real-world assets as collateral on DeFi platforms is not. What if there was a way to use real-world assets as collateral on these platforms? This is what the Persistence Protocol is trying to achieve. This platform allows the use of tangible assets to access loans and returns

What is YFII? A Guide to the Decentralized Mining Pool

YFII is a DeFi protocol that facilitates yield aggregation and uses a token halving model to ensure equitable distribution of tokens. It is a fork of YFI. Decentralized lending is the driving force behind decentralized finance (DeFi) projects. Those who provide liquidity to these projects earn interest through yield farming or liquidity mining. Some DeFi networks have their own token that increases rewards to yield farmers. Others like YFII have been forked from other protocols to prevent a reduction in pool liquidity through a scheduled halving model. In the Chinese