Users can use services provided by centralized exchanges such as Binance to invest in liquidity mining pools. They don't have to be concerned about the wallet, the gas limit, or the chain switch. They only need to choose an amount and be willing to accept a lower return due to service fees. If users choose to invest directly in DeFi, they must manage their own wallet and manually calculate most of the numbers. They should, for example, swap the correct amount of two tokens of equivalent worth and add to the liquidity pool themselves. After that, they must deposit the LP tokens into DEX Farm/yield aggregator. The current equity value of the staked LP tokens cannot be easily determined; instead, third-party DeFi dashboards such as zapper and ApeBoard must be used.