Sei what the future has in store

Crypto · June 5, 2024Diogo Costa

Cryptocurrencies are volatile and not regulated or protected by investor compensation schemes – value can go down or up. Trading may be subject to tax.

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DeFi tokens risk
DeFi tokens are associated with decentralised financial applications, but they come with specific risks.
- Smart contract risk: vulnerabilities in smart contracts may be exploited and lead to significant losses.
- Scam risk: bad actors may launch tokens with no real intention of developing the project, resulting in the exploitation of investors and complete loss of funds.
- Data risk: reliance by some protocols on external data sources, which may be vulnerable to attack, could result in disruption and devaluation.
- Protocol complexity: understanding the intricate nature of DeFi protocols can be challenging. Take time to educate yourself.
These token-specific risks are additional to the general risks of cryptoassets. Learn more about the risks.
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