Welcome to Charged Particles 201 where we’ll be learning how to use the Charged Particles Protocol. In this series we’ll cover everything from navigating the Charged Particles website to minting an NFT, depositing other assets inside of it (including interest-bearing Aave assets), and time-locking them as well as other useful tools.
This episode covers everything you need to know about connecting your wallet, choosing which network to connect to, and navigating the Charged Particles marketplace.
Charged Particles was started in late 2019 in an attempt to combine NFTs and DeFi in a novel way.
Charged Particles allows users to “Do more with their Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs).” Offering near-infinite flexibility and creativity within this growing space.
With Charged Particles, any NFT can be transformed into a basket containing other ERC-20 tokens, even other NFTs. The Principal amount can be time-locked inside the NFT, and through an integration with Aave’s aTokens, programmable yield from these DeFi yield-generating assets is just a few clicks away.
Charged Particles is backed by top web3 investors in the space, and the Protocol & DApp went live on MainNet on 17-Feb.
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