First Mover: Chainlink’s Sorry September Returns Shows DeFi Hysteria Deflating
Chainlink's LINK has been the worst-performing digital asset in September in the CoinDesk 20, during an ugly month across cryptocurrency markets.
Don't even think of using the term "DeFi winter," because DeFi might be hotter than last year's summer of DeFi.
Could the DeFi market be a bubble as both market capitalization and indices crash? The decentralized finance market seems to be deflating after the DeFi summer craze when tokenized versions of Bitcoin and protocols, such as Uniswap and SushiSwap, outperformed the rest of the market. Earlier in October, the two main DeFi indices, Binance’s DeFi Composite Index and TokenSet’s DeFi Pulse Index Set lost more than 60% and 50% of their value, respectively. Meanwhile, total value locked in DeFi projects has been inching closer to its all-time high of $11.2 billion since late September.DeFi....
Binance Coin and exchange tokens are popping as bitcoin's rally shows signs of temporary exhaustion and Ethereum gets snared in blockchain split.
Investments in decentralized finance (DeFi) drove returns exceeding 100% this year to Pantera Capital’s bitcoin index and altcoin hedge funds.
In September, the Darkcoin price broke out of a slump and surged at an impressive rate. However, Darkcoin could not sustain that massive amount of investment capital, because the Darkcoin price climb turned into a price bubble that popped during the latter half of September. But it appears the decline may be over and that Darkcoin is returning to its mean price level. Also Read: Darkcoin 2.0 Open Source - Can Darkcoin get it's mojo back? Darkcoin Price Returns to Mean After September Price Bubble. During the early portion of September, the Darkcoin price hovered around 590,000 satoshis. On....