What Is Lending pool?

In decentralised finance, a lending pool is a pool of a single asset in a lending protocol.

Sometimes a lending pool is also called reserve (:term`Aave).

The assets are typically held in a pool and are lent out to borrowers, who can use them for a variety of purposes such as margin trading, liquidity provision, or to meet other financial obligations.

Lending pools typically offer a high yield investment opportunity for lenders, as they can earn interest on their cryptocurrency assets without having to sell them. Borrowers, on the other hand, can access the assets they need to meet their financial obligations, without having to sell their own assets or go through the traditional lending process.

Lending pools are typically run on decentralised finance (DeFi) platforms, which use blockchain technology to create a decentralised, trustless financial system. This means that the platform operates on open-source software and operates transparently and immutably, allowing for secure and transparent transactions.

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