I have seen both terms being used in the DeFi space a lot.

I understand that liquidity mining is:

when people receive tokens as rewards for participating in a certain protocol in a given way.

I understand that farming is:

staking lp tokens to gain and getting a part of the transaction fees that are taken when the given pair is traded.

My question is, in farming are people rewarded with just the fees or is liquidity mining also invloved?

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