A margin call is a demand made by a broker or financial institution for an investor to deposit additional funds or securities to maintain the required margin level in their margin account
Over-the-counter (OTC) trading refers to the process of buying and selling financial instruments directly between two parties, without the supervision of a centralized exchange.
Decentralized exchanges are platforms that facilitate peer-to-peer trading of cryptocurrencies without the need for intermediaries like banks or centralized exchanges.
Listing in crypto refers to the process of adding a new cryptocurrency to an exchange or platform.
There are two main types of cryptocurrency exchanges - decentralized and centralized. In this article, we explore the top 10 differences: operator, registration, orders vs. liquidity, instruments, accounts, withdrawals, transaction side, commissions, tools and regulations.
Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs), Initial Exchange Offerings (IEOs), and Initial Token Offerings (ITOs) are all methods of fundraising used by cryptocurrency and blockchain projects.
A liquidity pool is a reserve of cryptocurrency funds that is used to facilitate trading on a DEX. Unlike centralized exchanges, which rely on a single entity to manage trades, DEXs operate on a peer-to-peer basis.
Decentralized exchanges (DEXs) are cryptocurrency exchanges that operate on a blockchain network, allowing for peer-to-peer trading without the need for a centralized intermediary.