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What is Aave?

Aave (AAVE) is a decentralised, open-source, and non-custodial protocol which enables the creation of money markets.

  • Users can earn interest on deposits and borrow assets.
  • Aave has shifted from a P2P lending strategy, to a pool based strategy.
  • Lenders can provide liquidity by depositing funds into a pool contract. Simultaneously, pooled funds can be borrowed by placing collateral.

Aave's focus is on creating a transparent and open infrastructure for the booming Decentralised Finance (DeFi) industry.

What is a Stop Loss Order?

A Stop Loss Order is a type of order where you can set the amount of bitcoin you would like to sell at a desired price BELOW the current market price.

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How do I Set a Stop Loss Order for Aave?

Select the price (Trigger) you would like to sell your Aave if the market rate falls.
Enter the quantity you would like to sell if the market rate falls to your selected price.
Click ‘Set Stop Loss’ to confirm your AAVE Stop Loss and your order will be created. Manage your open orders from the Open Orders page.
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