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The fundraise was driven by decentralized backers, the Granary Finance team told Blockworks on Friday
Latest features include a new lending pool and the introduction of immutable smart contracts
Organizations such as Credix are working to bring real-world asset lending on-chain
The protocol aims to bring its services to a wider network through lower transaction costs
With the recent bankruptcy filings of well-known cryptocurrency lenders, customers have funds locked in platforms they had once trusted
Crypto lenders have recently taken on significant counterparty risk though some, such as Anchorage, say they are weathering the storm
‘Extreme market conditions’ have forced the firm to rethink its withdrawal obligations
Euler said it has raised millions of dollars via a “DAO treasury diversification round,” valuing the budding DeFi protocol at $375 million
Crypto capital marketplace Maple Finance has expanded to Solana in a bid to capture ongoing growth and utilize low transaction fees
Trading volumes are way up, but experts say new financial primitives are needed to take NFTs to the next level
Clearpool, which had been in development since June of last year, aims to to provide a marketplace for institutional unsecured liquidity
Celsius is getting its feet wet in decentralized finance lending and will leverage Maple Finance’s infrastructure rails to do it
The world of DeFi is complex, but some users have learned tactics to make their cryptocurrency generate as much income as possible
BCB is hoping to capitalize on a low-yield interest rate environment with its latest crypto lending offering
With the acquihire of Avari, the move positions Maple to become the first corporate credit marketplace to launch on Solana
Gillespie joined B2C2 in 2018 to lead the firm’s expansion in Asia, successfully securing B2C2’s position as the number one foreign crypto liquidity provider in Japan
Omid Zadeh, leads business development for Matrixport across Europe
If Coinbase continues with plans to launch its lending platform, it will be sued, the company said.
Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan post healthy profits, but revenue came in lower than expected due to a decline in loans.
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