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Implementing regular, consistent security checks and auditing mechanisms, as Apple does, will increase trust in the DeFi system as a whole.
Injecting Apple-like ‘quality-control’ into DeFi is what we need
How do Compound and Kava differ from other popular DeFi projects, and why did Binance select them as its first DeFi integration protocols?
What Binance’s choice of integration protocol tells us about DeFi projects
With crypto trading products appearing ahead of the legacy financial curve, it’s only a matter of time before they enter the mainstream.
The Rise of Trading Products: Granting Sophisticated Access to Crypto
The crypto industry has the best historical moment to change the discourse about cryptocurrency and its reputation into a successful innovative tech sector.
After the US Senate Pros and Cons on Digital Money — What Do We Do With It?
A DeFi lending platform for cryptocurrency, Kava Labs, could be described as the “Uber of Bitcoin,” as the platform represents an Uber-like business model.
Proposing an ‘Uber-Like’ Growth Model for Blockchain Incentives
The crypto industry has the best historical moment to change the discourse about crypto and its reputation into a successful innovative tech sector.
For the Blockchain Industry, the COVID-19 Clock Is Ticking
The DeFi sector will continue to grow in the future despite the difficulties that the industry has faced since the beginning of 2020, but be careful by choosing...
The DeFi Hack: What Decentralized Finance Should and Shouldn’t Be