396 MillionCirculating Supply

1 BNMax Supply

Txn Fee: 1% (development, marketing and charities)

About $HSKO

HSKO is a p2p community-driven, cryptocurrency on the Polygon blockchain (MATIC). The meme coin was launched as a "social experiment" to create a community of Husky fans, where everyone can share their experiences about one of the oldest and hardest working breeds in the world.

Gas fees are paid in MATIC so you need a little bit of MATIC to perform the swap.


The HUSKO coin will be listed in mid-2023 on Uniswap, one of the longest established decentralized exchanges in the ecosystem.

Gas fees are paid in MATIC so you need a little bit of MATIC to perform the swap.


Below is a list of dApps supporting HSKO:


Husko's founders prefer to remain psuedo-anonymous, however, the project has several developers working as community contributors, among which are:



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Latest news

HSKO promises a very ambitious roadmap, which will be focused on rewarding those who share the most content in the community.

What is Decentralized Finance and how to use it?

Decentralized finance better known as DeFis, are a set of blockchain-based applications that do not need intermediaries to function. This allows transactions to be transparent and verifiable without the need for centralized custodians

Transactions through decentralized finance are carried out through smart contracts, which are computer programs that work through blockchain technology, executing automatically once both parties comply with the requirements established in the contract.

These financial systems use blockchain to store and transfer assets digitally, ensuring the fulfillment of contracts. Access to DeFis platforms has no borders, so they can be used without inconveniences from anywhere in the world giving its users greater control over their money.

Here we will explain the most outstanding DeFis platforms and projects in the crypto industry.

MakerDAO (DAI): This project is one of the most important in the crypto ecosystem, since in addition to running on the Ethereum network, it belongs to the group of stablecoins, whose value is linked to a single fiat asset.

Its main objective is to keep its value as close as possible to the US dollar through an automated system of smart contracts running on the Ethereum blockchain.

Augur: This is a decentralized and open source platform, based on Ethereum's blockchain technology, whose objective is to predict the future of certain markets, events, companies, among other financial instruments.

Compound: This is a project that runs on Ethereum and focuses on allowing borrowers to request loans and lenders to grant them by locking their assets into the protocol through lending options, yield farming, liquidity mining.

Kyber: Is a decentralized exchange (DEX) for the exchange of tokens. It also has other functionalities that make it very interesting within the ecosystem, allowing the exchange in applications with cross-chain operations.

Curve: Is a decentralized exchange (DEX) with a liquidity pool that allows trading stablecoins quickly and easily.

SushiSwap: Like Curve, it is a DEX that allows cryptocurrency operations and exchanges through an automated market, or Automated Market Maker (AMM).

This DEX has been one of the most used since its creation, since despite having been created as a simple project, its community expanded so much that now it has many developers who keep updating it constantly.

Alpha Homora: This is the first and only DeFi project that offers the possibility of entering yield farming and liquidity providing in a leveraged way, so it can be the best for experienced traders.

How do DeFIs work in the crypto world?

Once you choose the best platform that suits your tastes, you can make use of the following tools to get the most out of your cryptocurrencies quickly and easily without the need of third parties.

Trading: Through DefI you will be able to buy and sell cryptocurrencies without the need to operate in centralized exchanges where your money is in the hands of other institutions.

Loan application: This is one of the tools that made DeFi famous, due to the unbankability that exists in many countries, and the obstacles that banks put when applying for credit.

Through DeFis you can obtain loans instantly, avoiding the paperwork and delays of traditional banking.

Staking: It consists of lending your cryptocurrencies to earn interest and rewards every minute. Unlike banks, through DeFis you can get great returns.

Saving for the future: The option of saving through DeFis is a bit risky, however, if you are determined to float your cryptocurrencies, this may be the best option as well as staking to get more out of your cryptocurrencies through interest.

What is staking and what are its advantages?

Staking basically consists of buying cryptocurrencies and storing them for a certain period of time in a wallet, blocking them for a prolonged period of time in order to receive profits.

In other words, you "block" your cryptocurrencies to participate in the execution of the blockchain contributing to its security.

It is the same as depositing money in a savings account for a certain time, but with a "high yield". This is because when you deposit a specific amount of money into a savings account, the bank takes that money and usually lends it to other people. In return for that, you get low interest earnings.

Therefore, the fundamental difference of this method is that it completely eliminates the need to buy or invest in specialized mining equipment or be aware of short-term values that affect the price of the saved cryptocurrencies.

How does staking work?

Staking is only viable through the proof-of-stake (PoS) consensus system, a specific method used by certain blockchains to select "honest participants" and verify new blocks that are added to the network.

By forcing these participants known as "stakers" to purchase and reserve a certain amount of tokens on the network, it is unattractive for them to act dishonestly on the network.

This is because if the blockchain is somehow corrupted through malicious activity, the native token associated with it would likely drop in price and those responsible would lose money.

This ensures that participants are acting honestly, since the higher the stake, the greater the chance of validating a new block and receiving rewards.

Therefore, the logic is that the more cryptocurrencies that are allocated, the higher the risk of the transaction and thus the more likely it is that the validator in question is an honest participant.

In most cases, validators run a "betting pool" and raise funds from a group of token holders through delegation (acting on behalf of others). This lowers the barrier to entry for more users to participate in staking.

Learn about the different types of staking

Cold Staking: This type of staking is performed from a coldwallet, which is like a physical wallet, but without a permanent connection to the Internet, which helps users to keep their funds offline in a more secure way.

Staking Groups: This type of staking consists of users pooling all their funds to have greater staking power and once received the rewards are distributed in a manner equivalent to the individual contribution made by each one.

Staking providers: The return with this type of staking depends a lot on the commissions charged by the platform, since many offer a dedicated staking service that can range between 2% and up to 50% of the rewards.

So now you know this tool with which you can get passive returns for leaving your cryptocurrencies locked, now tell us what do you think is the best type of staking?