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It appears that decentralized finance (DeFi) has not peaked despite a deluge of scammy projects and clear copy-cats of popular protocols.
The DeFi community has been captivated by the news surrounding the faulty launch of the YAM platform last month, when a flaw in the platform’s unaudited smart contracts resulted in the YAM token becoming worthless.
Blockchain protocol bZx suffered a hack early Monday, with hackers making away with almost $8 million in various cryptocurrencies before the vulnerability was patched.
Ethereum has shaken off the intense weakness it expressed throughout the day yesterday, with the cryptocurrency’s bulls now flexing immense signs of strength as its price pushes up towards the key resistance at $380.
Apple, the Californian producer of software and consumer electronics, has been no fan of cryptocurrency ever since the sector gained steam back in 2012.
Ethereum has slipped lower over the past 10 days as legacy markets have also dropped from their highs.
For the past few months, decentralized finance (DeFi) has blown up.
Earlier this year, there were some that weren’t too sure the Ethereum 2 upgrade — also known as ETH2 — would go live in 2020.
For months, the term “yield farming” has been a prominent meme in the crypto space, with users of Ethereum’s decentralized finance ecosystem using it incessantly to describe their search for ever-higher yields.
Hong Kong-based crypto exchange and wallet provider Crypto dot com announced its new DeFi Swap service for all users, as per an announcement today.
If you were around during the crypto bull market of 2017 and early 2018, you likely remember the name “Aelf.” At its highs in early 2018, the coin reached a market capitalization in excess of $600 million.
Most decentralized finance forks are either controversial or have failed.
The stock market has seen some slight weakness today, despite opening to a strong start.
The Ethereum-based DeFi sector took a major hit throughout the past couple of weeks, with Bitcoin and Ethereum’s recent price decline creating shockwaves that have had grave impacts on smaller altcoins.
Fanatics of the burgeoning decentralized finance (DeFi) space injected a record amount of Bitcoin into Ethereum-based protocols, searching for high yields and finding a way to earn funds on their capital.
The decentralized finance (DeFi) market has been jeweled with equal parts optimism and suspicion.
Nexus Mutual, the insurance coverage provider for decentralized finance (DeFi) protocols, surpassed $74 million in active coverage.
While decentralized finance is seemingly the most exciting aspect of the crypto market, projects in the space still have relatively small valuations compared to top blockchains.
Jack Dorsey is undoubtedly one of the most prominent Bitcoin advocates.
The decentralized finance space has grown exponentially over the past few months.
Ethereum has seen some incredibly strong price action throughout the past 24-hours, which has allowed it to erase a good bulk of its recent losses.
The case for Bitcoin as a proven hedge for the global equity market may have failed temporarily, at least per recent data.
Bitcoin fanatics may not need to wait much longer for them to farm sky-high yields on the digital asset if an upcoming product launch goes as planned.
A spontaneous gathering of around 500 members of the Cardano community will most likely be responsible for deciding on the future of the Cardano Foundation.