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What Is Aave Enjin(aENJ) Coin Review ? Complete Guide Review About Aave Enjin

What Is Aave Enjin(aENJ) Coin Review ?

Aave Enjin is a decentralized non-custodial liquidity market protocol where users can participate as depositors or borrowers. Depositors provide liquidity to the market to earn a passive income, while borrowers are able to borrow in an overcollateralized (perpetually) or under collateralized (one-block liquidity) fashion. Please join the community Discord server; the team and members of the community look forward to helping you understand and use Aave.

Aave EnjinIn order to interact with Aave protocol, you simply deposit your preferred asset and amount. After depositing, you will earn passive income based on the market borrowing demand. Additionally, depositing assets allows you to borrow by using your deposited assets as a collateral. Any interest you earn by depositing funds helps offset the interest rate you accumulate by borrowing.

Aave Enjin(aENJ) Storage Key Points

Coin BasicInformation
Coin NameAave Enjin
Short Name(aENJ)
Circulating SupplyN/A
Max SupplyN/A
Source CodeClick Here To View Source Code
ExplorersClick Here To View Explorers
Twitter PageClick Here To Visit Twitter Group
WhitepaperClick Here To View
Support24/7
Official Project WebsiteClick Here To Visit Project Website

Why Aave?

Aave Enjin Protocol has been audited and secured. The protocol is completely open source, which allows anyone to interact with a user interface client, API or directly with the smart contracts on the Ethereum network. Being open source means that you are able to build any third-party service or application to interact with the protocol and enrich your product.

Aave (AAVE) Token

Aave Enjin is used as the centre of gravity of Aave Protocol governance. AAVE is used to vote and decide on the outcome of Aave Improvement Proposals (AIPs). Apart from this, AAVE can be staked within the protocol Safety Module to provide security/insurance to the protocol/depositors. Stakers earn staking rewards and fees from the protocol. Documentation on tokenomics and governance is available in the flash paper and with further detail in the full documentation. Feel free to join the discussion in the governance forum.

Governance

Aave Enjin Aavenomics introduces a formalized path to the decentralization and autonomy of the Aave Protocol. Covering governance mechanisms and financial incentives, it aims to share a vision of alignment between various stakeholders within the Aave ecosystem, protocol functionality and the AAVE token as a core securing element of the Aave Protocol. You can find all the details here.

Migration and Staking

Aave Enjin migration from LEND to AAVE is the first step in the Aavenomics. Migrating your LEND to AAVE allows you to participate actively in the Aave Protocol governance and stake within the protocol Safety Module.

What is the migration ratio?

Aave Enjin The migration ratio is 100 LEND to 1 AAVE, so if you migrate 100 LEND you will end up having 1 AAVE, or if you migrate 1 LEND you will have 0.01 AAVE. You do not need to have an exact amount– the migration will be performed following that ratio. Some examples for clarification: – 343,295 LEND to 3432.95 AAVE – 0.3 LEND to 0.003 AAVE – 57 LEND to 0.57 AAVE

What is Saking?

Aave Enjin Staking consists of depositing your AAVE tokens within the protocol Safety Module. The purpose of staking is to act as a mitigation tool in case of a shortfall event. As an incentive for this, Safety Module stakers will receive Safety Incentives.

Aave’s Risk Framework

Aave Enjin With billions of locked assets, Decentralised Finance (DeFi) has boomed in recent years. Aave Protocol launched on Ethereum mainnet in January 2020, now among the top money markets for depositors and borrowers.

The industry has been forming industry standards to manage the risks emerging from the hyper connected ecosystem. Aave V2 holds security at its core with audits by Consensys Diligence, CertiK and Certora as detailed in Security & Audits.