🌊Introduction to BitFlow

The Decentralized Exchange for Bitcoiners: Trade, borrow and earn with Bitcoin, without malicious middlemen.

BitFlow is a decentralized exchange (DEX) that enables users to trade and earn using their Bitcoin, eliminating the need for centralized intermediaries. It leverages technologies such as Partially Signed Bitcoin Transactions (PSBTs), Atomic Swaps, Layer-2 smart contracts, Stacks Bitcoin (sBTC), and decentralized liquidity pools β€” unlocking the full potential of Bitcoin.

BitFlow provides unique benefits to Bitcoiners in the realm of DeFi, offering the ability to trade and earn with BTC, all while leveraging the inherent security and network effects of the Bitcoin blockchain.

  • Trade Stablecoins: Trade stable assets efficiently, thanks to our deep liquidity pools, specifically optimized for minimal slippage and fees.

  • Bitcoin Swaps: Experience a more secure, transparent, and decentralized way of trading BTC without the risk of custody.

  • Single Sided Liquidity: Add or remove liquidity without the need to supply an equal amount of two distinct assets.

  • Earn Real Yield: Benefit from actual yields derived from real trading activity. As a liquidity provider, when you deposit USDA, you earn USDA; deposit sUSDT, you earn sUSDT; deposit stSTX, you earn STX. Simply put, deposit BTC and earn BTC.

  • Open Source: Transparency is key in BitFlow. All of our code, including smart contracts and the front end, is open source.

BitFlow ensures that your hard-earned Bitcoin holdings always remain in your control. The keys are yours. The coins are yours. The yield is yours. We never take custody of your assets.

Fundamentals: Dive a Little Deeper

Dive into the fundamentals of BitFlow to gain a deeper understanding of its key features, including low-slippage stablecoin swaps and permissionless borrowing.

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