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Alex Mashinsky on DeFi: Just Circulating Everything Inside the System Is not Going to Make Bitcoin Go to 100000
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Infographics: $EOS & $ETH DeFi - the recent storm recap. In case you missed Alex Melikhov's piece on Cointelegraph addressing MakerDAO bad debt incident.
Nexus Mutual is starting a series of votes on assessment of the risks of particular DeFi protocols - starting with Compound. We'll then collate the responses and share with the community.
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The past week has been volatile with one of the most massive price crashes in the past 7 years. Total lock-up value in DeFi plunged by 72.3% from $889.2M to $246.0M in 12 hours.
dForce’s lending protocol Lendf.Me operate solidly during the market meltdown despite comparable drop of locked value and liquidity draining. Check out our mechanisms attributing to our resilience against the market turmoils: https://medium.com/dforcenet/a-recap-on-the-black-thursday-47dee9c9ac4d
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I'm thinking of putting up some stablecoin to earn interest in Defi and I'd like to know if the rates they say are fixed or change with the services current rate?
For example, I recently saw DAI earn rate was at 20% with AAVE, but is now much lower. Had I put my DAI in to earn with them, would they still be getting 20% today, or would the rate have changed to match current demand and their new current price?
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My understanding is that DSR is paid with stability fees. But if stability fee is 7.5% and DSR is 0%, where are the stability fees going? Also, what forces are driving DSR down to 0%?
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In the financial world, money is continuously lent and borrowed to/from each other. There is an “overnight rate,” the rate that is set up every day and used to end money for a day. Sounds similar to DeFi! Many banks and companies invest with this floating rate for months and years. In London, the central money market place in the world companies use “EONIA” (Euro Overnight Index Average). Just like floating rates in DeFi overnight rates depend on supply and demand and can change significantly.
Here you can read the full article > https://medium.com/opium-network/how-to-make-10x-returns-on-compound-finance-9bf8914dbd21
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Konstantin Lomashuk founder of P2P Fund and P2P Validator contributes 20000 DAI to Hegic as an early participant of the first Liquidity Offering (Epoch I) of the on-chain options trading protocol.
Welcome to DeFi, a sub for building the open financial system. Here you can discuss project ideas, articles, events, questions, support, and other topics related to DeFi development. The projects involved in DeFi are Dharma, Set, Abacus, 0x, and Wallet Connect.