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US crypto exchange Coinbase is going all out with its crypto offerings ahead of a purported bull run, listing DeFi projects, in-demand altcoins, and now a product for loans using one’s Bitcoin.
CoinMarketCap, one of the largest coin tracking websites in the industry, has launched CoinMarketCap Earn.
Chainlink’s price has flashed signs of intense strength in recent weeks, with each pullback being aggressively bought by bulls.
After spiking parabolically into the end of July, the pseudo-stablecoin Ampleforth (AMPL) suffered a large correction.
Nasdaq-listed American enterprise software firm Microstrategy said it purchased over $250 million in Bitcoin this year, an announcement that pumped its stock prices up by 10 percent.
Ever factoring in the 12 percent correction Tezos has seen in the past day, the cryptocurrency is one of the top-performing in the past week.
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.
Band Protocol (BAND) has been garnering significant attention over the past few weeks due to its intense rally that sent it from the lower-$4.00 region in early-August to highs of nearly $18.00 that were set earlier this week.
Bitcoin currently appears to be in a somewhat precarious position as it struggles to break above its $12,000 resistance, causing the entire crypto market to see some turbulence.
The Chinese state does not present a long-term threat to Bitcoin, a well-known developer wrote in a blog this week.
SRM, the native token of the decentralized derivatives exchange Serum, saw its price increase by over 10 times right after launching.
Almost all the best-performing altcoins of recent weeks have one thing in common: they’re all related to decentralized finance — often DeFi protocols based on the Ethereum blockchain.
Ethereum has seen extreme growth over recent weeks.
BSN, a Chinese government-backed blockchain platform, has just launched its official international website.
Bitcoin is currently caught within another bout of sideways trading as its price hovers within the upper-$11,000 region.
Grayscale Investments, a crypto investing and asset management company, has launched a nation-wide cryptocurrency ad campaign with TV commercials airing on CNBC, MSNBC, FOX, and FOX Business in the United States Barry Silbert, the company’s CEO, announced the campaign last week, while Micheal Sonnenshein, Grayscale’s managing director, shared the ad on Twitter earlier today.
Yearn.finance has been seeing tremendous growth in recent times, with the total value locked (TVL) within the protocol reaching $150m while the YFI token price sees significant organic growth.
A Bitcoin nonprofit partnered with American custodian and security firm BitGo the past week to bring custody services to crypto donations, according to a release shared with CryptoSlate.
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.
Bitcoin’s regulatory scheme in the US will soon come into focus in the Presidential elections later this year.
Cardano has finally transitioned to Shelley, this allows a fully decentralized network that is running and secured by users staked funds.