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The decentralized finance space has seen a parabolic explosion since the start of 2020.
The decentralized finance (DeFi) crypto market has dominated both charts and headlines in the past few months, with some heralding the nascent, yet billion-dollar, crypto sub-sector as the next frontier for attracting capital and retail participants.
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.
A crypto-focused hedge fund is now accepting investors and raising funds for the launch of an algorithmic hedge fund to generate profits from the rapidly growing decentralized finance (DeFi) market, as per a release.
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.
It’s fair to say that it’s been a slow past few weeks for the decentralized finance space.
According to CryptoQuant CEO Ki Young Ju, Bitcoin whale inflows are decreasing.
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.
A group of around 50 crypto influencers was busted in an unsuccessful attempt to pump $FEW after screenshots of their closed Telegram group surfaced on Twitter.
If you’ve browsed Crypto Twitter over recent weeks, you likely know of a project called MEME.
There’s a high chance that most yield farmers and DeFi traders may not have the technical prowess to read and independently audit the underlying smart contracts of such platforms, according to the results of a survey held by CoinGecko.
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.
Yearn.finance’s governance token (YFI) has been hit hard by the recent downtrend seen across the aggregated cryptocurrency market, with the token now trading down nearly 50 percent from where it was at its peak.