A $75 million Australian cryptocurrency managing hedge fund recently made headlines thanks to its post about the massive spike in returns experienced on a year-to-date (YTD) basis, with the increase being recorded at just about 120%. What is even more interesting, however, is the fact that this fund, which goes by the name of Apollo
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Element Finance revealed, in its announcement of 20th June, stating that it has been formally incorporated into the Mainnet of Ethereum, following the research as well as the development of one year. It has been targeted by the protocol to deliver huge yields of consistent rates to DeFi in an attempt to expand capital efficiency.
It is expected that ALGO would be supported by a series of different new partnerships and many of the institutional investors that will lead it to boost up its status in the next week as opposed to its trend being seen currently. The periods of consolidation are usually prone to be preceded by strong rallies,
The main reason for the co-founder’s move is because of his thinking that Polkadot and Cardano are both managed by goal-driven individuals. Anthony Di Lorio, the co-founder of Ethereum and a Canadian businessman, believes that there is substantial potential in retrospect of Polkadot and Cardano. Di Lorio and crypto advocate Pompliano, in an interview, revealed
Amid the recent crash of the crypto market and COVID-19 3rd layer, just like other institutions, cryptocurrencies got also badly affected, but decentralized exchanges (DEX) maintained their reputation by setting a new All-time High (ATH) in the following month of May. It is observed that the trading volume over decentralized exchanges keeps on surging
Cardano’s developer Input Output Hong Kong (IOHK) and the Blockchain firm has announced the partnership with the Ethiopian government to launch its world’s biggest Blockchain in Africa to digitize the education sector and to entertain almost 5 million students and teachers with the Blockchain-based IDs at initial stages. This step will monitor the performance of
A non-profit foundation in charge of the Stacks space, the Stacks Foundation has announced today that it will be launching a programme called Stacks Accelerator with the aim of fostering the growth of developers in the blockchain industry globally. The program is a 3-month intensive program supported by a ruling alliance of Stacks partners which