September 5, 2020

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  • Introducing Lien Protocol – ETH-Denominated Options & Stablecoins DeFi Rate

    Special thanks to Kirby Ong for the guest post! 
    Maker – the leading DeFi lending protocol behind Dai – has a new competior, Lien Protocol. Lien will be conducting an Initial FairSwap Listing for LIEN on 7th September at 13:00 UTC using an iDOL/LIEN trading pair in lieu of its mainnet launch this past week. Lien Apps Go Live! We just released the Lien app on Ethereum mainnet.You can start creating Options and Stablecoins from ETH now!Be mindful of high gas cost! App:… … More

  • Chef Nomi Pulls the SUSHI Rug on SushiSwap LPs DeFi Rate

    In a bizarre turn of events, Chef Nomi, the anonymous creator of SushiSwap, removed his liquidity from the SUSHI/ETH pool and liquidated it for ETH. 
    Since many in #SushiSwap community have asked, this is indeed, true. There’s no denying that we’ve sold the existing dev shares and put future $SUSHI dev shares into MultiSig community owns.Now we go back to making sure that the Liquidity Migration happens smoothly in <48hr— SushiSwap | sushiswap.eth (@Su… … More

  • A Chat With John Deere, The Anonymous Dev Behind Swerve, The Latest DeFi Fork The Defiant

    Hello Defiers! This week’s interview is with the anonymous developer behind Swerve, a fork of Curve Finance. He goes by the name John Deere, and claims to have stripped away all the questionable pieces of the stablecoin-focused decentralized exchange.Curve is less than a year old but was able to soar up the ranks to become the fourth DeFi protocol with the most value locked, crossing the $1B mark two weeks ago. Its popularity initially grew thanks to the tight spreads between stablecoins, … … More

  • Lien – Governance-less ETH Options and Stablecoins DeFi Pulse

    In the background of all the DeFi and yield farming commotion, stablecoins have been booming. DAI, USDC, USDT, and countless others have been pouring into DeFi. While it is great to have so many options, each stablecoin has its trade-offs which users must consider. For some, the centralization risk of stablecoins like USDC are simply too great; they desire a stablecoin that is truly decentralized. Lien, brought to you by an anonymous team of developers, has a solution for these folks: stable… … More