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This morning, news broke that there has been a massive development in the PlusToken case.
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 crypto market has developed massively since 2017 and 2018, with the introduction of complex derivatives products, regulation, and liquidity through prominent market makers like Jump Trading and Alameda.
Avalanche, the highly-scalable, open-source platform for launching decentralized finance (DeFi) applications, has begun the final phase of testing of a bridge to connect its ecosystem to Ethereum, it said in a release shared with CryptoSlate.
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.
The price of Bitcoin surpassed $19,000 on November 24, reaching $19,299 on Binance.
All eyes will be on Ethereum over the next 24 hours.
The coins of the latest generation of decentralized finance (DeFi) products built on Ethereum continue to pump amid a return to a bull market.
Golem announced its token migration earlier this week.
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.
While the second iteration of Ethereum is becoming more tangible each day, some of the technical aspects of Eth 2 remain largely unknown.
According to CryptoQuant’s linear calculation of ETH 2 deposits, the mainnet release could occur in January 2021.
Within 30 minutes, on November 18, the price of Ethereum dropped 7.7% as Bitcoin also recorded an abrupt 6% drop.
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.
ConsenSys, the largest Ethereum venture production studio, has acquired Truffle Suite, the company behind one of the most widely used blockchain developer tools.
No one is safe from the ever-growing wave of decentralized finance (DeFi) exploits, not even prominent technologists and investors.
While he’s not an outspoken advocate for cryptocurrency, Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg, known online as “PewDiePie,” has been increasingly been getting involved in the space, often through sponsorships.
It may seem like a broken record at this point but yet another decentralized finance (DeFi) protocol was recently exploited.
Ever wondered how much cryptocurrency Wall Street veteran Mike Novogratz owns (or at least owned)? In a recent podcast, he recently answered this question and also revealed his thoughts about the Bitcoin and broader crypto market.
Despite Ethereum being the backbone for the rapidly growing decentralized finance ecosystem, the cryptocurrency has been severely underperforming Bitcoin throughout the past few weeks.
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.
The decentralized world computer was hit by the reality of having a single point of failure earlier today after an Ethereum client failed to update its software version.
Ethereum has been seeing immense underlying strength as of late due to the progress towards the ETH 2 network upgrade, which is expected to help drive further development activity and usage to the platform.
Prior to today, Yearn.finance (YFI) was one of the worst-performing cryptocurrencies of the past two months.
On Wednesday and Thursday, there was a clear sense of capitulation amongst investors in top Ethereum DeFi tokens.
There were some concerns shared in October that Ethereum 2 (a.k.a .
Malicious actors have targeted crypto protocols and exchanges ever since Bitcoin started to gain in both popularity and value back in 2011.
Even after a strong correction in decentralized finance (DeFi) coins, it is clear capital is flowing into this space.
While DeFi coins are plunging into the ground, there still seems to be money flowing around in the Ethereum and altcoin markets.
Ethereum’s price ended its stagnation phase today after news broke regarding the deployment of the ETH 2 contract address that has been highly anticipated for many months.
The Ethereum DeFi space has seen a rapid correction since the euphoric summer highs.
Ethereum has faced a strong correction over the past few days as Bitcoin has slipped lower.
With all institutional attention on Bitcoin as of late, Ethereum has received little love from the corporations and governments of the world.
As the short-term future of decentralized finance (DeFi) coins has become uncertain over recent days, analysts and investors in the space have weighed in on what they think comes next.
Harvest Finance, what used to be a $1 billion yield farming protocol on Ethereum, underwent a brutal attack last week that wiped approximately $30 million from user accounts.
While the average DeFi coin is down massively since the summer highs, there have been projects launching that have caught the attention of many crypto investors, resulting in millions of dollars worth of capital raised.
When SushiSwap was unveiled two months ago, it caused quite the stir in the Ethereum and decentralized finance (DeFi) space.
It’s been a brutal past two months for the DeFi market.
The price of YFI, the native token behind the decentralized finance (DeFi) giant Yearn.finance dropped to double-digits.
It’s been a bloody past few weeks for the DeFi market.
One of the biggest focuses of this past year in DeFi has been the rapid rise of Wrapped Bitcoin, tBTC, and other projects that allow investors to deposit their BTC in exchange for an Ethereum-based token representing a claim on that Bitcoin.
Earlier this month, Yearn.finance (YFI) founder Andre Cronje began testing one of his latest projects.
Shortly after Yearn.finance’s YFI coin launched in July, changing the Ethereum DeFi world forever, the pseudonymous Crypto Twitter personality “Blue Kirby” began to popularize the “1 YFI = 1 BTC” meme.
Decentralized finance (DeFi) protocols have attracted billions of dollars worth of crypto capital this year alone, with investors oft-punting on projects that promise sky-high yields and other avenues that promise returns.
Ethereum has been severely underperforming Bitcoin throughout the past few days and weeks, with the second-largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization currently trading far below its yearly highs.
Despite the stagnation in the altcoin market, evidenced by Bitcoin outperforming Ethereum in its latest leg higher, investors are still throwing millions at new investments.