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Hey DEFI TIMES community,
On Sunday, we saw one of the biggest liquidation events in the history of crypto markets! Over $10 billion worth of positions has been wiped out - The market was overly leveraged!
Since then, we saw a massive sell-off; however, positive news stories keep popping up everywhere!
On Tuesday, Venmo announced they would be entering the crypto market: They will offer a trading platform where 70 million Venmo users can trade four different cryptocurrencies:
Bitcoin Cash (BCH)
Just one year ago, this news story would have struck the world’s attention - not so today!
Interestingly, Venmo is owned by PayPal, which also launched crypto trading a few weeks ago. Just like with PayPal, Venmo users will be able to trade crypto directly within the Venmo app. They will also provide guidelines for their users to better understand cryptocurrencies in general.
This is exactly what we need: Large companies having skin in the crypto game. Even though Venmo reports that 30% of their customers are already invested in cryptocurrencies, 70% are still not =)
And now, Venmo certainly has incentives to make them do so!
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You can now trade…
…on Synthetix! Microsoft and Coinbase are coming soon after!
AMPL launches FORTH
Apleforth launches its own governance token!
DAI backed by real estate
For the first time, Dai was minted, which is backed by real estate - a huge milestone for DeFi!
Kyber (KNC) token migration
The Kyber token migration started. Don’t forget to do so if you hold KNC.
Balancer launched its version 2. Check it out!
Curve on Polygon
Curve launched a pool on Polygon. The layer two ecosystem is growing quickly!
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Do your own research before you purchase cryptocurrencies. Any cryptocurrency can go down in value. Holding cryptocurrencies is risky.