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Yesterday, holders of the UNI coin and other members of the DeFi ecosystem were invited to join an unofficial-though-important Uniswap governance call.
In a few days’ time, on November 17, Uniswap’s first yield farming opportunity will end.
It’s been a bloody past few weeks for the DeFi market.
Harvest Finance, a decentralized finance (DeFi) project led by an anonymous team, was attacked using a flash loan exploit earlier today leading to millions of dollars worth of FARM tokens stolen by hackers and its prices falling over 60% at press time.
The Uniswap governance token has been seeing some immense turbulence in the time following the launch that took place just a few weeks ago.
During the course of the recent decentralized finance bull run, SushiSwap was one of the favored platforms amongst investors and farmers, as users could buy Sushi tokens and farm massive yields while also trading on a Uniswap-forked DEX.
For many, yield farming has been a profitable activity: there have been stories of users turning small accounts into a large amount of capital, simply by swapping from projects like Yam Finance and SushiSwap.
Hands down, Uniswap is one of the most important decentralized apps on Ethereum.
Earlier this week, leading decentralized exchange Uniswap shocked the crypto world when it released the UNI token after months of anticipation.
Decentralized exchange Uniswap has locked up a staggering $1.79 billion in total assets just two days after the launch of UNI, its native governance token.
The recent Uniswap token (UNI) launch has excited the crypto industry, sending shockwaves throughout the market and even catalyzing an Ethereum upswing.
After teasing the Ethereum community last week when the following image was teased, leading decentralized exchange and decentralized finance protocol Uniswap just released its own token.
Few used decentralized exchanges in 2017 and 2018.
The DeFi sector’s growth trajectory isn’t showing any signs of slowing down, as demand for the crypto assets relating to this sector is still quite high.
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 foremost Ethereum-based decentralized exchange, Uniswap, has garnered much traction in recent weeks due to the growth in the decentralized finance (DeFi) space.
Regular visitors to Crypto Twitter likely know of the image seen below.
In 2018 and 2019, decentralized exchanges (DEXs) on Ethereum were barely used.
A day in DeFi land is a week in crypto; and even that’s saying something.
Throughout the past few weeks, hordes of retail investors have been lured into the DeFi sector by the massive gains posted by many of the crypto assets residing within this fragment of the crypto industry.
Riding the DeFi wave, trade volume crossed $20 million on Uniswap yet again on Thursday.
Ryan Sean Adams, the Founder of cryptoasset investment firm Mythos Capital, revealed via Twitter that Uniswap, a permissionless, peer-to-peer (P2P) crypto exchange protocol, recorded approximately $20 million in trading volume last week.