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    OKB | OKB Coin | OKB Ecosystem | What is OKB | OKEx

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    ZKSwap - ZK-Rollups based layer-2 DEX with the AMM model.

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    WHAT IS ZKSWAP? ZKSwap is a token Swap protocol based on Automated Market Maker (AMM). Through ZK-Rollup technology, the full set of uniswap functions are realized in Layer-2, while providing unlimited scalability and privacy.
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    Litecoin

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    Jun 25, 2019 · Measured by market capitalization (or the amount of currency on the market), litecoin is the third-largest cryptocurrency after bitcoin and XRP. Litecoin, like its contemporaries, functions in one...
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  • Category: M-O Crypto / Nexo

    Nexo - Banking on Crypto

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    Nexo’s primary protocol functionality is an online platform that enables users to create instant cryptocurrency-backed loans by depositing various major cryptoassets into a Nexo account. The system automatically adjusts the credit limit based on …
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    Nexo

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    Nexo’s primary protocol functionality is an online platform that enables users to create instant cryptocurrency-backed loans by depositing various major cryptoassets into a Nexo account. The system automatically adjusts the credit limit.
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Function X (FX) is a cryptocurrency and operates on the Ethereum platform. Function X has a current supply of 378,604,525.462891 with 358,932,750.9388542 in circulation. The last known price of Function X is 0.37811821 USD and is up 0.62 over the last 24 hours.
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One Function X (FX) is currently worth $0.41 on major cryptocurrency exchanges. You can also exchange one Function X for 0.00001146 bitcoin (s) on major exchanges. The value (or market capitalization) of all available Function X in U.S. dollars is $148.85 million.
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We say "f of x equals x squared" what goes into the function is put inside parentheses after the name of the function: So f(x) shows us the function is called "f", and "x" goes in. And we usually see what a function does with the input: f(x) = x 2 shows us that function "f" takes "x" and squares it.
Basically, when looking through functions or even simple commands others have written I will often see something similar to this: apply (dataset, 1:2, function (x) 10 * x) In this case, I was able to figure out that somehow this "fake function" function (x) would just multiply each element of the dataset by 10.
because the force function is defined as force <- function(x) x. However, using this function clearly indicates that you’re forcing evaluation, not that you’ve accidentally typed x. Default arguments are evaluated inside the function. This means that if the expression depends on the current environment the results will differ depending on ...
Use the XLOOKUP function when you need to find things in a table or a range by row. For example, look up the price of an automotive part by the part number, or find an employee name based on their employee ID. With XLOOKUP, you can look in one column for a search term, and return a result from the same row in another column, regardless of which side the return column is on.
Function X (FX) is a decentralized network. It is intended to be an integrated solution to serve decentralized networks. Function X includes a combination of: a new blockchain algorithm, a decentralized communication architecture, a complete set of decentralized networks, and a decentralized governance protocol.
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