Crypto liquidity explained | Stablecoins – the most liquid crypto asset | Liquidity on CEXs and DEXs. Liquidity is the measure of how easily you can convert an asset into cash or another asset. You may have the rarest, most valuable old book in your backpack but if you’re alone on a remote island, it will be difficult to find a buyer.
Liquidity is important for all tradable assets, including cryptocurrencies. Low liquidity levels mean that market volatility is present, causing spikes in cryptocurrency prices. High liquidity, on the other hand, means there is a stable market, with few fluctuations in price.
Watch the full video to learn more about crypto liquidity and why it is so important.
👉 Liquidity measures how easily you can convert an asset into cash or another asset
👉 Stablecoins – cash in the cryptocurrency world; the most liquid asset
👉 Why liquidity is so important
👉 Liquidity and slippage
👉 Factors affecting liquidity
👉 Liquidity on centralized crypto exchanges (CEXs)
👉 Liquidity on decentralized exchanges (DEXs)
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