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Aave has quickly become a flagship product in Ethereum’s DeFi ecosystem.
Bitcoin’s price action has been fairly boring in recent weeks, with it establishing a wide trading range between $10,200 and $11,200.
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.
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.
Decentralized finance (DeFi) tokens, including Uniswap (UNI) and Synthetix Network (SNX) are recovering with the lead of Yearn.finance (YFI).
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.
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.
The venerable yield farming project that popularized food coins, Yam Finance (YAM), is finally back after a few weeks of hiatus.
Since September 12, the price of Yearn.finance (YFI) dropped from $43,937 to as low as $26,222.
As much as it may be looked down on in the “real world,” the crypto industry is full of copycats.
Earlier this week, leading decentralized exchange Uniswap shocked the crypto world when it released the UNI token after months of anticipation.
If you’ve been following decentralized finance at all over recent weeks, you likely know of the so-called “food coins.” It ostensibly began with Yam Finance, an Ethereum-based coin that introduced the idea of “fair farming” or “stakedrops” to DeFi, along with the concept of having cryptocurrencies branded by emojis of food items.
Predicting the crypto markets does not have to be a hard science necessarily.
Despite weakness in legacy markets, Ethereum has performed well over the 36 hours since the launch of Uniswap’s UNI token.
Coins in Ethereum’s decentralized finance (DeFi) space have seen parabolic growth over recent months that has easily outpaced every other financial market.
Despite pulling back by 25 percent from its all-time high of $44,000, Yearn.finance (YFI) remains an integral part of the Ethereum decentralized finance narrative.
Bitcoin’s recent correction that brought it from the $12,000 highs to $9,800 didn’t catch all analysts off guard.