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As inherently stable crypto assets, stablecoins hold appeal for both the crypto and traditional credit markets.
The open finance and decentralized finance (DeFi) sectors are both growing rapidly, but they have some key differences.
DAOs can potentially help spawn a paradigm-changing kind of “trustless” corporate governance.
In theory, DEXs seek to offer alternatives to centralized exchanges, but in practice, they embody the pros and cons of each type of exchange.
The Uniswap (UNI) protocol is a paragon of the power of dApps, and a driving force behind the rapid growth of the DeFi ecosystem.
Compound is a decentralized, blockchain-based protocol that allows you to lend and borrow crypto — and have a say in its governance with its native COMP token.
Is there anything Ethereum cannot do? Many view the Ethereum platform as a global supercomputer. It’s also been dubbed “the mother of dApps.” Read why here.
FinTech and DeFi are creating paths to financial inclusion for people who otherwise would not have access to traditional financial services.
You can take a cryptocurrency from one blockchain and “wrap” it on another chain, which opens up new frontiers for bitcoin and other cryptos.
Traditional debt structures are rapidly evolving via crowdfunding and P2P systems, including blockchain platforms for crypto-denominated borrowing and lending.
Gas fees represent the compensation paid to miners and stakers who help make Ethereum network transactions possible.
Below we explore the uses and differences between DeFi vs Web3 and how the two continue to evolve.