Bancor is the only protocol that enables automated token trading and Single-Sided Staking.
Overseen by the Bancor DAO, the protocol’s mission is to facilitate simple and safe access to decentralized trading and yield.
Launched in 2017, Bancor was the first DeFi protocol. Today, it generates millions in fees for depositors.
Bancor is the preferred treasury management solution of 30+ DAOs including UMA, Paraswap, Nexus Mutual, KeeperDAO, BarnBridge & WOO Network DAO.
Bancor consists of a series of smart contracts that manage the on-chain conversion of tokens. The protocol makes it effortless and quick to convert tokens without having to go through an exchange. The protocol's smart contracts manage the liquidity pools that connect various tokens available in the network. The major token used on the network is the “Bancor Network Token,” BNT.
What Can I Do With Bancor?• Perform instant, automated token trades.• Earn interest by providing liquidity with Single-Sided Liquidity.• Propose a token for whitelisting by the Bancor DAO.• Flashloan trading and transactions.• Integrate Bancor's on-chain trading and yield features into any application.
Liquidity PoolsLiquidity pools are automated market maker (AMM) smart contracts that exchange assets algorithmically using on-chain reserves.
Liquidity on traditional asset exchanges has historically been provided by a small handful of professional trading firms with permissioned access and specialized tools. This concentrates liquidity in the hands of a few actors who can withdraw and manipulate assets during periods of volatility and restrict trading when users need it the most.
In contrast, AMM pools allow liquidity to flow from an unlimited number of everyday users, lowering the barrier to token creation and yield generation, and increasing resistance to market manipulation and censorship.
Launched in June 2017, Bancor created the first-ever network of AMMs on the blockchain. Since then, AMM liquidity pools have evolved into a core building block of decentralized finance (DeFi), attracting over $30 billion in locked value across numerous blockchains.
Single-Side LiquidityBancor natively supports Single-Sided Liquidity Provision of tokens in a liquidity pool. This is one of the main benefits to liquidity providers that distinguishes Bancor from other DeFi staking protocols.
Typical AMM liquidity pools require a liquidity provider to provide two assets. Meaning, if you wish to deposit "TKN1" into a pool, you would be forced to sell 50% of that token and trade it for "TKN2". When providing liquidity, your deposit is composed of both TKN1 and TKN2 in the pool.
Bancor Single-Side Staking changes this and enables liquidity providers to:
• Provide only the token they hold (TKN1 from the example above)• Collect liquidity providers fees in TKN1
Why Use Bancor?With Bancor, we designed a Single-Sided Staking system that allows liquidity providers to:
• Provide only the token you love: No more 50/50 split; deposit only one token and earn.• Auto-compounding fees: Trading fees are automatically re-added to your deposit, compounding your gains.• Rewards: Earn Liquidity Mining Rewards that are auto-compounding.
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