It wasn’t so long when centralized exchanges reigned supreme. Though these entities still hold sway in trading volume, decentralized exchanges are closing that gap.
More traders are finding decentralized exchanges to be more convenient as it removes the trouble of having one party call the shots as seen in centralized exchanges. Yet, trading is no mean feat. So regardless of the trading platform chosen, it’s definitely for those who understand the market and how charts, sentiments, and more drive price action.
Introducing The Alphr Finance
Some cryptocurrency traders have mastered the art of trading. It’s no secret. The challenge is how to follow in their footsteps. This is where Alphr Finance comes in to play. Alphr Finance is a blockchain project aiming to help users make a profit from trading.
How Alphr Works
Alphr Finance operates like a social circle where each user’s wallet is their profile. Remember how social media platforms require users to create profile, and you have to be following a profile to see their timeline and general activities.
That’s exactly what Alphr attempts to replicate. On Alphr, your wallet is your identity.
Interestingly, Alphr Finance claims every wallet address that has traded on Uniswap, the foremost DEX on the Ethereum blockchain, has a profile on its platform.
The visibility these wallet addresses enjoy means everyone can keep track of their trading activities. The expectation is that newbies can follow the ‘trading gurus’, avoiding the errors that come with making trading decisions.
Alphr also looks out for those interested in trading, but don’t have the time to trade. If you belong in this category, the Alphr automated mirror pool lets you replicate profitable trades of winning traders automatically.
No one should follow any trader blindly, and the Alphr protocol sees to that. There’s a risk score for each wallet address. The lower the score, the more profitable the trade of such a wallet address has been.
Trades on the Ethereum chain are notorious for their expensive gas fees. Usually, this discourages anyone intending to mirror potentially profitable trades as no one wants to pay such stunning fees for gas.
Alphr tackles this problem by handling its automated mirror trades at once, saving a significant amount of ETH in fees for its users.
The Role Of Alphr Token
Among blockchain projects, native tokens have become a norm. Alphr Finance is no different. Yet, the platform has different uses for its native token, ALPHR.
Traders whose transactions are mirrored for others get incentivized in ALPHR. By incentivizing these copy trading, Alphr ensures more veteran traders are sympathetic to the cause. Copy trading is never free. You either had to subscribe to premium groups or gamble off the transactions of whales.
Use of the Alphr protocol is partly free. Users have to pay fees in ALPHR, which can be purchased on Uniswap. Some of the capabilities of the platform require the use of ALPHR. Alphr believes in the power of incentivizing the activities of its users.
75% of the ALPHR tokens collected as protocol fees are distributed among those who provide ALPHR liquidity on Uniswap. So if you’d like to get your fees back, your best bet is to add liquidity for ALPHR on the Ethereum-based DEX.
The undoing of most projects that vanish during the bear season is their lackluster development. And the absence of funds is the number one factor responsible for such. Alphr intends to avoid this pitfall through the creation of a community development fund. What’s left of the generated protocol fees is added to this fund.
Trading can be profitable if you stick to the gurus. Alphr makes this possible without having to know these expert traders personally. Alphr’s mirror trades remove the guesswork from trading. Hopefully, it’s available on more blockchains real soon, not only Ethereum’s.