STATERA: The Arbitrage community token of 2020

By Jyd Jide | JydJide | 9 Aug 2020


The world's financial community gives room for arbitrage and so far, some may experience high, little or no risk depending not just on how the transaction was done but also the platform. Arbitrage is the process of making a no-risk financial transaction such that profit is created. In simple terms, arbitrage happens when a person (often referred to as an arbitrageur) buys securities on a platform only to sell almost immediately on another platform at a higher price to gain profit. Although arbitrage has been a trading strategy, true arbitrage is quite rare because the setup of financial markets is done in a way that discourages true arbitrage from happening.  How? Financial markets are designed in a way that securities are priced equally on all trading markets. This then brings us to talk about statera, the arbitrage community.

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What is statera? Statera is a smart contract powered indexed deflationary token that synergizes with a trustless and community-driven portfolio of class-leading cryptocurrencies.  The portfolio includes wrapped Bitcoin (WBTC), wrapped Ethereum (WETH), chainlink (LINK), synthetix (SNX), and statera (STA) itself.

The portfolio listed earlier has made statera uniquely successful because of the balancer pool that the statera token gives. Exchanges have been made simple, easy, and free in the arbitrage community. As derived from the token's namesake in Latin which means "balance ", statera does not just offer easy and simple transactions with large volumes, it makes sure that volatility does not affect the value of these currencies on the platform therefore creating a balance that secures investment.

An arbitrage community has been successfully created with the statera portfolio majorly focusing on two options: The Phoenix Fund and the Delta Token.  The Phoenix fund allows the arbitrageur to hold four top cryptocurrencies and also statera with the ratio of 40/30/10/10/10 between delta, ethereum,  bitcoin, chainlink and synthetix respectively while the delta token simply allows the arbitrageur to hold and trade both ethereum and statera, with the addition of it being added to their Phoenix fund. The liquidity provider allows transactions of currencies tradable by depositing equal amounts of the trading currencies into the liquidity pool and then the balancer makes it possible for a return in compensation in the form of trading fees. What happens is that due to the deflationary nature of the token, whenever an exchange is made using statera, the deflationary process speeds up, making a part of the token burnt up and causing a reduction in the supply of the statera. This ensures its scarcity and raises the value higher.

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Is statera reliable being an ambassador of arbitrage exchange?

Cyberattacks can be faced by any platform no matter how big, it is how it is managed that matters. Despite recent cyber-attack faced by the statera and its teams, the team has proven that the platform is reliable, here to stay and ready to serve its users with the best of the best opportunities which is not commonly seen in the digital financial world. The cyber-attack was supposed to cause a serious loss of asset, but the team did a lot of technical work to restore its assets and even bounce back better.

Statera, being decentralized in nature, makes the deflationary index-fund give users the ability to have and share cryptocurrencies across a wide range of platforms. It is community-focused, user friendly and gives room for arbitrage exchange with simple and easy tools provided to help its users gain and enjoy the world of cryptocurrency.

 

 

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Jyd Jide
Jyd Jide

A Writer, Community Manager, Blockchain and Crypto enthusiast.


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