Tag: Decentralized Finance



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Less than six months ago, the concept of TrustSwap didn’t exist. So, where did TrustSwap come from, and what use case does TrustSwap fulfill? According to the TrustSwap CEO, Jeff Kirdeikis, a venture capital firm wanted to invest large amounts of money into a project token sale for a discount. However, the firm also wanted to ensure the VC firm wouldn’t sell all the coins at once resulting in a ‘pump and dump’ scheme.

Hegic is a decentralized options trading platform on Ethereum. With Hegic, you can buy or sell put and call options for ETH and WBTC. Options in decentralized finance (DeFi) work best for those looking to speculate, hedge their positions, or provide liquidity. Hegic Protocol is an on-chain trading protocol which is powered by liquidity pools and hedge contracts.

Yield.App aims to offer a decentralized finance (DeFi) banking solution at scale. The recent announcement that the Yield.App YLD token offering will be available on TrustSwap on December 7th has sparked some interest among crypto investors. Let’s therefore take a look at Yield.App and the DeFi solution’s recent partnership with TrustSwap.

YFDAI.Finance seeks to provide a full-on DeFi ecosystem that combines lending and borrowing, staking and farming services, a decentralized exchange (DEX), automated predictions trading, insurance, and a secure platform for new product launches.

Anyone keeping an eye on the decentralized finance sector will know DeFi's popularity is still growing. However, the premise of Pickle Finance was that Pickle Finance’s founders noticed that farming yield hasn't gotten any easier. They saw lots of protocols offering generous returns but found it difficult to assess which ones were sustainable and trustworthy. With all the fly-by-night “exit scams”, “rug pulls”, and straight-up hacks, they knew it was hard for newcomers to figure out which platforms they could trust.

The cryptocurrency industry, and consequently the decentralized finance space, have evolved beyond what many initially thought possible. What’s more, a growing number of hedge fund managers, institutional investors, and governments have given the green flag for crypto to thrive. With that said, many are yet to realize cryptocurrency and DeFi’s full potential. Although Bitcoin is hitting the headlines, understanding how to make a passive income with DeFi is often seen as a complex, high-risk endeavor. Read on for an easily understood breakdown of how to make a passive income with decentralized finance!

The world of decentralized finance (DeFi) can at times be extremely volatile and unstable. For crypto mass adoption to occur, these factors must first be tamed. The DeFi Money Market Protocol and the DMG token aim to solve this problem by bringing trust and stability to the DeFi ecosystem. This is achieved by using real-world, income-generating assets for collateralization.

Yearn Finance is a decentralized finance (DeFi) network that offers a suite of different products for insurance, lending aggregation, and yield generation. If you’ve kept an eye on Yearn Finance in the past few weeks, you’ll know that they are in the midst of a merger mania with other DeFi protocols. Yearn Finance’s most notable offering is Yearn Vaults, a yield generation product. Yearn Vaults are robots that automatically move users' funds around to find the best yield farming opportunities in the DeFi marketplace. Each vault has a strategy and a controller responsible for executing it as planned.

It’s no secret that the Decentralized Finance (DeFi) field has exploded in 2020. The year started with DeFi, claiming approximately $700 million in total value locked (TVL). However, that number has rapidly ballooned to $16 billion, according to DeFi Pulse. Unfortunately, new investors weren’t the only ones attracted by the big numbers. A fair share of hackers has climbed aboard to profit as well.

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