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Bitcoin and Ethereum may be crashing but this hasn’t stopped DeFi projects from gaining traction.
It appears we just saw our latest DeFi exploit/attack, but this one was much different than all the rest.
The last time the total market capitalization of cryptocurrencies surpassed $500 billion, in December 2017, the industry had no idea a world-shattering crash was waiting just around the corner.
Call it a hack or call it an exploit, yesterday an unknown attacker managed to drain $20 million from an Ethereum-based yield aggregator called Pickle Finance into their own address.
The coins of the latest generation of decentralized finance (DeFi) products built on Ethereum continue to pump amid a return to a bull market.
All eyes may be on Bitcoin right now but in the decentralized finance (DeFi) space, investors have been caught off guard by a rally in a coin called Saffron Finance (SFI), also known as Spice.
Hong Kong-based Crypto dot com unveiled its rewards program for Uniswap and Polkadot, two premier DeFi projects, in an announcement earlier this week.
Customer loyalty is a myth in the decentralized finance (DeFi), at least in current times.
Nervos, one of China’s biggest blockchain and crypto projects, announced the launch of its own token standard, the sUDT, today as per a release shared with CryptoSlate.
It appears that “aping” into new decentralized finance (DeFi) coins is back in vogue with Bitcoin pumping, Ethereum moving towards its summer highs, and money moving right down the DeFi risk curve.
No one is safe from the ever-growing wave of decentralized finance (DeFi) exploits, not even prominent technologists and investors.
It may seem like a broken record at this point but yet another decentralized finance (DeFi) protocol was recently exploited.
If you’ve followed DeFi on Twitter, you’ve likely heard of the name “DegenSpartan.” The pseudonymous investor, believed to be based in Asia, has become one of the most popular voices within the Ethereum and DeFi community, having entered this crypto industry extremely early on.
Yesterday, holders of the UNI coin and other members of the DeFi ecosystem were invited to join an unofficial-though-important Uniswap governance call.
With billions of dollars on the line, it is no surprise that the decentralized finance (DeFi) space has been rife with hacks and exploits on innocent contracts.
In a few days’ time, on November 17, Uniswap’s first yield farming opportunity will end.
Months ago, a Twitter account called “Zeus Capital” was registered, along with a respective web page.