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What is Liquity (LQTY)?
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About Liquity

LQTY is a decentralized borrowing protocol ERC-20 token built on the Ethereum network.

LQTY is a secondary token issued by the Liquity protocol incentivizing frontend operators and early adopters. Liquity can be earned in three different ways, depositing Liquity USD (LUSD) into the stability pool, facilitating stability pool deposits through the holders frontend, or providing liquidity to the LUSD: ETH Uniswap pool. LQTY holders can stake their tokens to earn the fees generated by loan issuance.

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