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Last week, a coin attempting to leech off the success of Yearn.finance (YFI) launched.
Core developers of the Ethereum network discussed the network’s unusually high fees in recent weeks on an All Cores Devs call.
Ethereum’s decentralized finance space has been filled with forks over recent weeks.
The ongoing rush for “yield farming” in the crypto market has reportedly led to Chinese investors withdrawing funds from exchanges in the country to lock them up on obscure protocols that promise high yields, said local outlet WuBlockchain earlier today.
Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin has downplayed any concerns about a potential 51% attack on the network’s upcoming ETH 2 upgrade, which sees it shift to a proof of stake consensus design.
The price of Ether (ETH), the native currency of the Ethereum blockchain network, sharply dropped by 27% in five days.
As covered extensively by CryptoSlate over recent days, Ethereum’s network congestion is reaching an untenable point.
Tron is finally delving into DeFi after Justin Sun, the entrepreneur-founder of the cryptocurrency project, shared this image amid 2019’s Consensus conference.
Even amid the ongoing Bitcoin and Ethereum correction, which has brought the two cryptocurrencies down 11 percent and 19 percent from their local highs, respectively, Yearn.finance (YFI) has held up well.
The cost of sending transactions on Ethereum has exploded over the past few months as the network has reached all-time highs in terms of transaction capacity and demand due to growth in the decentralized finance sector.
Just this past weekend, an anonymous group of developers launched SushiSwap, a clone of Uniswap with some bells and whistles attached.
As the launch of the first phase (“phase 0”) of Ethereum 2 (ETH2) has neared, some have expressed concerns about the centralization of staking nodes or validators.
Don’t be mistaken if you hear of sushi and a billion dollars in the same sentence one of these days.
The price of Ethereum (ETH) achieved $473 for the first time since June 2018, primarily buoyed by decentralized finance (DeFi).
Vitalik Buterin, the founder of Ethereum, raised concerns over yield farming yet again this week after new protocols locked up billions of dollars in value and “printed tokens nonstop” to give their investors some gains.
The decentralized finance (DeFi) craze is far from over, even after weeks of copy-cat projects and a number of unfortunate “rug pulls” (scams).
The decentralized finance (DeFi) craze is drawing interest and capital from all corners of the crypto industry.
A year or two ago, most decentralized finance (DeFi) protocols and their respective tokens were unknown.
Even counting the recent bounce, Ethereum hasn’t performed well over the past week.
Ethereum DeFi fanatics on Uniswap, a decentralized exchange, have paid nearly $7 million in fees in the past month, as per data on Gas tracking site ETH Gas Station.
The Ethereum decentralized finance space has been rife with innovation over recent months as developers attempt to attract the largest number of users and value of crypto assets.
The foremost Ethereum-based decentralized exchange, Uniswap, has garnered much traction in recent weeks due to the growth in the decentralized finance (DeFi) space.
Ethereum has been fracing a transaction fee problem over recent weeks.
It’s been fair to say that Ethereum’s decentralized finance (DeFi) has entered a mania phase. A coin worth hundreds of thousands of dollars was minted due to a DeFi meme.
Investors of Yam Finance, the yield farming project represented by a vegetable emoji that locked $750 million in investor funds last week before imploding, are not done with its world-changing promise yet, data shows.
Ethereum fees have seen unprecedented growth in recent weeks, which has been driven by rocketing demand for block space on the network.
As Bitcoin has broken higher over the past two days, the leading cryptocurrency has finally begun to gain ground against Ethereum.
After a strong 40 percent correction after garnering a listing on Binance, Yearn.finance (YFI) is back in the spotlight as the decentralized finance altcoin has more than doubled in approximately three days.
Decentralized finance (DeFi) has seen parabolic growth in recent months, evidenced by tokens pertaining to the space rallying thousands of percent, massive projects being minted out of thin air, and the sheer number and variety of individuals talking about the subject.
Over the past few weeks, decentralized finance (DeFi) developers have found an intriguing way of spawning successful projects: take the code of an already-successful project like Compound, Aave, Yearn.Finance, Ampleforth, or otherwise, and then tweak it with novel ideas.
Ethereum has been caught in a parabolic uptrend throughout the past several weeks, and its momentum isn’t showing any signs of slowing down.
It would be fair to say that decentralized finance — better known as DeFi — has become Ethereum’s killer use case.
After garnering a purported $750 million worth of deposits of Ethereum, Yearn.finance, and other cryptocurrencies, DeFi’s latest protocol Yam Finance collapsed on the morning of August 13.
Ethereum’s decentralized finance (DeFi) community and market have seen exponential growth over recent months.
Curve’s tokens launched early this morning after an unknown individual/s deployed open-source contracts and minted CRV.
Just 24 hours after it launched, a new Ethereum decentralized finance protocol called Yam Finance has received deposits of over $400 million worth of altcoins like Wrapped Ethereum and Yearn.finance.
Aside from DeFi, the debate about Ethereum’s current circulating supply has been the most-discussed topic on Crypto Twitter over recent days.
Yam, a new DeFi project put together in ten days with no audit, guaranteed risks, and never-seen-before returns locked upwards of $180 million hours after launch on August 11.
Ethereum has seen extreme growth over recent weeks.
After consolidating for a number of days as Bitcoin pushed past $10,000 and $11,000 last week, the altcoin boom is back in full swing.
In 2018 and 2019, decentralized exchanges (DEXs) on Ethereum were barely used.
There’s been much controversy over recent days over Ethereum’s supply.
Coinbase will delay all Ethereum Classic (ETC) transactions after the network suffered two 51% attacks last week, with hackers stealing millions in ETC.
The great Ethereum supply debate is on—and it’s turning fierce.
After a 60 percent rally in the span of two weeks, the price of Ethereum is cooling off.
Although decentralized finance (DeFi) has been seeing consistently strong growth, the gains in this Ethereum market sector have somewhat subsided over recent weeks.
By most measures, Ethereum’s decentralized finance (DeFi) space is going parabolic.
A big issue in the cryptocurrency community is the centralization of coins.