Please review the Liquidity Mining Policy for the full disclaimer.
What is it?¶
Liquidity mining is a community-based, data-driven approach to market making, in which a token issuer or exchange can reward a pool of miners to provide liquidity for a specified token.
Liquidity mining sets forth an analytical framework for determining market maker compensation based on (1) time (order book consistency), (2) order spreads, and (3) order sizes, in order to create a fair model for compensation that aligns a miner's risk with rewards.
- Hummingbot Miners: The official Liquidity Mining app where you can see real-time rates of return and track your payouts
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- How it works
- Hummingbot Quickstart Guide
- Liquidity Mining FAQs
- Liquidity Mining whitepaper
Terms subject to change
Please check this page for the most up-to-date terms. We will notify participants of changes, if any, through email (for registered users) and on our Discord.
Terms updated for week 13: starting May 26, 2020 12.00am UTC
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Solana (SOL) is a high-performance blockchain based out of San Francisco. The project was founded with the mission to support all high-growth and high-frequency blockchain applications, and to democratize the world’s financial systems. As of today, Solana can support up to 50,000 transactions per second, with 400ms block times and transaction fees estimated to be $0.00001 each, which will continue to scale further as its network architecture was designed from the ground up to leverage improvements in hardware and bandwidth.
ZCoin (XZC) is an open-source privacy-focused cryptocurrency token that launched in Sep 2016. Zcoin originally pioneered the use of Zerocoin to enable privacy but has since transitioned to a scheme called Sigma which is based on a paper by Jens Groth and Markulf Kohlweiss that reportedly allows greater scalability and removes the need for trusted setup in Zerocoin. With Zcoin’s Sigma feature, only the sender and receiver would be able to ascertain the exchange of funds in a given transaction, as no transaction histories are linked to the actual coins. Zcoin is also the creator of the Lelantus privacy protocol which improves Sigma's privacy and functionality. Its ZC token has been listed on Binance, Huobi Global, Bittrex, etc.
Zilliqa (ZIL) is a base-layer blockchain protocol centered around the idea of 'Sharding' and designed to enhance the scalability of cryptocurrency networks such as Ethereum. According to its white paper, transactions speed could scale to approximately 1,000x that of Ethereum's network. Zilliqa’s high throughput means that developers can focus on fleshing out their ideas rather than worrying about network congestion.