What Is Risk-free rate?

The expected return for the money that is considered (almost) risk-free.

In traditional finance, the risk-free rate is considered to be treasury note or government bond yield, although you still have some risks like the sovereignty risk.

In decentralised finance, a risk-free rate is considered to be an US dollar lending pool rate, like one you would get from Aave USDC pool.

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