Wednesday, May 25, 2022

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5 ways derivatives could change the cryptocurrency sector in 2022

Retail and institutional investors love derivatives instruments. Here‘s how they could impact crypto markets in 2022. Source link

5 cryptocurrency projects that made waves in 2021

UNI, AAVE, CRV, AXS and DOGE are a few of the top cryptocurrency projects in 2021 that helped transform the face of the...

Defi Marketplace and NFT Platform Arcade Raises $15 Million in Series...

The decentralized finance (defi) marketplace, non-fungible token (NFT) financialization platform, and lending application Arcade has announced the company has closed a Series A...

Nexo partners with Three Arrows Capital to launch NFT lending &...

Bored Ape Yacht Club and CryptoPunks NFTs are two of the options supported as collateral for crypto credit lines on the platform. Source link...

Wen moon? Data shows pro traders becoming more bullish on Bitcoin...

MicroStrategy’s purchase of 7,002 BTC might have helped boost Bitcoin price today, but derivatives data also shows that pro traders are becoming more...

DeFi TVL hits new highs while Metaverse tokens show signs of...

Metaverse tokens are starting to cool off while DeFi platforms register steady inflows which pushed the sector’s TVL to a new all-time high. Source...

‘We want to build Minterest as a fairer financial system,’ says...

In an exclusive interview with Cointelegraph, Rogers discussed the technology, tokenomics and outlook of the Minterest borrowing and lending protocol. Source link...

Traders expect Ethereum price to drop further ahead of Friday’s $550M...

$550 million in ETH options expire on Friday and derivatives data suggest bears will apply more downward pressure to Ethereum price. Source link

Bacon Protocol offers industry-first ‘NFT mortgages’

Blockchain technology and smart contracts are helping to expand the residential mortgage market beyond the grip of big banks and governments. Source...

Dutch multinational ING considers entering DeFi lending industry

The financial services company is only considering non-volatile assets as collateral in its DeFi lending solution that's under development. Source link