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Blockchain technology is rapidly advancing and disrupting today’s business environment. And why wouldn’t it? Blockchains make transactions quicker and reduce the cost. Some data models predict that spending on blockchain solutions will exceed the $16 billion mark by 2023. Now, that is excellent news for all of us into distributed ledger technology (DLT).

Synthetix is the name of a decentralized, synthetic-asset exchange. “Synthetics,” on the other hand, are financial instruments that simulate other instruments. They play a big role in the world of traditional finance. And this is what the company, Synthetix, aims to bring to the world of decentralized finance (DeFi).

A decentralized exchange, or more commonly a “DEX”, is one of the most fascinating aspects of the DeFi revolution. As you may already know, DeFi, is a movement wherein developers create decentralized alternatives of various traditional legacy financial institutions and products. The DEX is the decentralized version of an exchange, such as a crypto exchange. Before we answer the “what is a decentralized exchange” question, let’s learn about traditional exchanges and its many flaws.

What is DeFi Lending? The DeFi lending space plays the same role as any traditional bank giving loans to a user or business. But as with any other blockchain application, DeFi lending has much more to offer than its conventional peers.

DeFi Pulse is the world’s leading resource for everything related to DeFi or decentralized finance. We are pretty sure that you are very well-familiar with the term “DeFi” by now. It’s an all-encompassing term for decentralized protocols that deal with a variety of financial services like lending, derivatives, payments, exchange, etc. The lion’s share of these protocols is ETH-based, which is why the rise of DeFi has been a huge Ethereum price growth factor.

Curve is a decentralized exchange (DEX) designed for efficient stablecoin trading. It is like Uniswap in that it uses liquidity pools, it’s non-custodial, and it rewards its liquidity providers. However, because Curve focuses solely on stablecoins, it costs less to use.

The finance industry is one of the most important in the world, and many may take it for granted. In fact, some may assume that nearly everyone in the world has a bank account and is connected to a bank. This, however, is a false assumption. In fact, nearly a fourth of the population remains “unbanked” - without access to existing financial infrastructure. According to a recent report from the World Bank Group, approximately 1.7 billion people worldwide still do not have any connection to a bank whatsoever. There is, nevertheless, a light at the end of this tunnel. The solution to this problem? Well, it could well be that of Decentralized Finance, or “DeFi”.

There is no shortage of innovative DeFi projects in 2020. Far from it, this year appears to be the one where the DeFi sector could be ready for the limelight. However, what DeFi projects are really setting themselves apart - and is it possible to develop socially innovative DeFi solutions? This article explains everything there is to know about decentralized finance and DeFi innovation!

Derivatives are one of the most sophisticated and mature instruments in the financial market. One of the most exciting things about DeFi is that it allows developers to recreate traditional financial instruments in a decentralized context. The DeFi derivatives market has garnered a lot of steam.

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