Nick Chong · 4 hours ago · 2 min read · Insights via Kain Warwick
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Nick Chong · 4 days ago · 2 min read
Late last week, KuCoin, a notable Singapore-based exchange known for its large offering of altcoins, bit the dust.
While Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other crypto-assets have seen parabolic growth over recent years, they’re far from relevant on a macro scale.
The decentralized finance space has seen a parabolic explosion since the start of 2020.
It seems that the fears of a DeFi bear market were overblown.
Aave has quickly become a flagship product in Ethereum’s DeFi ecosystem.
Over the past few years, Chinese authorities have undergone a strong crackdown on most things crypto in the country.
It’s been quite the year for DeFi.
Thus far, decentralized finance (DeFi) has been a trend relegated to Ethereum—and Ethereum only.
Hands down, Uniswap is one of the most important decentralized apps on Ethereum.
The launch of Ethereum 2’s first phase (a.k.a.
It’s fair to say that it’s been a slow past few weeks for the decentralized finance space.
As Bitcoin and especially Ethereum’s DeFi ecosystem has drawn down from its recent highs, analysts have been left wondering what phase of the market cycle are cryptocurrencies in.
If you’ve browsed Crypto Twitter over recent weeks, you likely know of a project called MEME.
Last week, the decentralized exchange Uniswap shocked the crypto world when it released its own token, UNI.
It’s been a bloodbath in the DeFi market over recent days.
In 2017, CryptoKitties became one of the most popular applications on Ethereum.
The venerable yield farming project that popularized food coins, Yam Finance (YAM), is finally back after a few weeks of hiatus.
As much as it may be looked down on in the “real world,” the crypto industry is full of copycats.
It’s clear excess and euphoria is starting to seep into Ethereum’s DeFi space.
Earlier this week, leading decentralized exchange Uniswap shocked the crypto world when it released the UNI token after months of anticipation.