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Bitcoin appears to be in the early stages of its next bull run, with the cryptocurrency’s price rallying past $12,000 today and setting fresh yearly highs at $12,400.
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.
Activity on the Litecoin network is seeing a resurgence amidst a broader bull run in the crypto markets, on-chain data metrics show.
It’s fair to say that Chainlink (LINK) has been a driving narrative in the cryptocurrency market over recent months.
Earlier this year, in March, rumors began to spread online that leading Bitcoin derivatives platform BitMEX was on the verge of implementing Know Your Customer (KYC) procedures.
A new research paper from the University of Technology in Syndey found that pump and dump schemes are rife in the crypto markets, having recorded at least 355 market manipulations in the seven months.
This week, Dave Portnoy sent Crypto Twitter into a frenzy when he revealed that he has finally purchased Bitcoin after he enlisted the help of the Winklevoss Twins — Tyler Winklevoss and Cameron Winklevoss, co-founders of the Gemini crypto exchange and Bitcoin billionaires.
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.
A patent filed by the US Postal Service (USPS) describing a blockchain-based tool was made public earlier this week after news of President Donald Trump trying to shut down the organization, reported Forbes.
Chainlink developers recorded the most code “commits” over the past 12 months, according to data on Github.
Yesterday, the crypto community watched in awe as the Winklevoss Twins met with Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy to inform him about Bitcoin.
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.
2017 and 2018 had ICOs, 2019 had IEOs, and 2020 has decentralized finance.
What do you do when two identical men standing 6 ft 5 in tall pull up to your house in the Hamptons during a pandemic? If you’re Dave Portnoy, the founder of Barstool Sports, you open the door and welcome them in.
Hong Kong-based crypto exchange and card provider Crypto dot com is launching an attractive competition for Bitcoin fanatics in September, ahead of its “public beta” exit.
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.
The DeFi market took a huge hit earlier today when YAM, an experimental yield farming project, suffered a contract bug that caused its market cap to drop from $60 million to virtually zero.
It has been a turbulent week for Bitcoin.
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.