Hi, I understood the basic concepts about ERC20 and what it concerns. But I have some doubts about the concept of liquidity, and liquidity pool.
So, if I want to deploy an ERC20 token, I have to provide liquidity (so I have to pay a lot of money) in order to allow exchanges. Is it correct?
but it seems strange to me, because, how can I provide so much liquidity? Every existing token did this? it would be an incredible expense, I think.
thanks to anyone who can clarify my doubts ^^