Lien Protocol will be releasing the Lien Option Pool on 19th of April.
Since the incident in September 2020, the ability to provide liquidity to the protocol was closed off to general users until we were certain that the issues had been addressed.
During that time, the Lien team was…
These 2 transactions are the buyback transaction.
This is the burn transaction.
There are many options protocols in the DeFi space now. As DeFi traders, it is important to understand the differences so that you can use the right option protocol for your needs.
Below is a table comparing the major option protocols. All of them are different in terms of expiration…
Lien Token Buyback Announcement
Lien Protocol will be buying back Lien Tokens using fees that the Devs have received from the Lien Protocol through its token holdings. There will also be an adjustment to the overall token distribution.
Lien Protocol has received 155.755 ETH (currently $260,000) as fees since its…
Lien is expanding its integration with industry-leading decentralized oracle network Chainlink. The expansion involves Lien now leveraging a Chainlink BNB/USD Price Feed directly on the Binance Smart Chain (BSC) mainnet to support our crypto-native option protocol. …
tl:dr; The audit over the new Volatility Oracle was successfully completed and the contract has been deployed to mainnet.
Lien will be creating a Crypto-Naitive Option Protocol using Binance Smart Chain.
Lien will launch “Lien on BSC”, an Option Protocol on Binance Smart Chain.
Lien on BSC brings the Crypto-Naitive Option Protocol battle tested on Ethereum to Binance Smart Chain.
Lien will be releasing an Ethereum Layer 2 (L2) Prototype on the Zinc testnet.
Zinc is one version of zkRollup
Using this L2 Prototype, users will be able to slice (tranche) ETH into LBT and SBT at the maturity and strike price of their choice as well as send, receive…