Cardano VS DeFi Yield Protocol

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Cardano
(ADA)

The cardano blockchain is a cryptocurrency that was designed to make transactions, and the technology behind it, more efficient. Cardano is one of the first cryptocurrencies that uses Haskell (a programming language) for smart contracts. The cardano team also plans to solve many common problems with other cryptos like scalability and interoperability issues.

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DeFi Yield Protocol
(DYP)

DeFi Yield Protocol is a decentralized, tokenized global financial protocol. It allows for the creation of defi-backed securities and defi-based derivatives. These defi-securities are programmed to have an automated yield that can be redeemed on demand as well as to pay out dividends periodically - just like stocks or bonds! The purpose of DeFi Yield Protocol is to provide transparency in the way defis work by implementing smart contracts in order to minimize fraud, reduce cost of operation, and maximize efficiency in defi transactions. The end goal is to create a system where anyone who wants access can get it with ease and without worry of being cheated or scammed.

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