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Bitcoin has become a bit of a phenomenon on Wall Street and in the corporate world over the past few months.
The latest crypto stimulus (or DeFi stimulus check, to be more accurate) has just dropped.
Ethereum has been moving higher after flatlining in the $1,150-1,250 range over the past week.
Badger DAO has been one of the most-talked-about DeFi protocols over the past few months.
As Bitcoin’s price has grown, so has its energy consumption.
If you look at Twitter, it may appear that the crypto market is anything but bearish.
The majority of decentralized finance (DeFi) coins have seen extremely strong rallies since the start of 2021.
A large narrative over the past few months is the introduction of institutional capital to the Bitcoin space.
Congestion has been a theme for Ethereum over the past few months.
Both Bitcoin and Ethereum have faced sharp declines over the past few hours despite the move to $40,000 on Thursday.
Bitcoin has undergone an extremely strong rally over recent months, despite the ongoing drop.
If you’ve been following DeFi on Twitter over the past few months, you likely know of the address with the prefix “0xb1.” I’ve tweeted about the address a fair bit.
Decentralized finance project Cream has been the subject of much attention in the past few weeks.
Bitcoin faced a strong dip last weekend and early this week.
THORChain (RUNE) is surging higher today after the cryptocurrency joined hands with SushiSwap.
Both Bitcoin and Ethereum have seen large retracements since their recent highs of $42,000 and $1,350, respectively.
The Ethereum decentralized finance (DeFi) space saw a renaissance in 2020 led by the release of new platforms such as Aave and iEarn (now Yearn), along with the rise of liquidity mining schemes that managed to draw hundreds of thousands into this space.
In 2018, the reoccurring “meme” in crypto space was that institutions were coming to accumulate Bitcoin, to save the then-volatile market and set it on a path of growth.
It’s been a bloody past day for the Bitcoin and broader crypto market.