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- Thursday, December 1st, 2022 at 02:21 #414589crestarthegreatParticipant
Hey all, as the title says, thinking of lending in a liquidity pool. I’ve been very risk-averse only participating in governance up to this point. With governance looking like they will dramatically cut disbursements, defi looks like the only real place to make real money.
I know there is impermanent loss but on a scale from 1-10 (ballpark) how risky is it to lend and what kind of returns could I expect with around 10k (coins) in algo? How long is a lending period typically?
Basically, I am trying to gauge my risk. I’ve been cultivating this bag for a while and would be upset if I took a major hit. I know, then, don’t do it but I would like to hear from some people that have done this and come out on top and also people that have lost as well.
Thanks in advance!
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