Digital Finance Group (DFG) has worked for years based on the ethos of being a dedicated contributor to the development and growth of the digital assets space. Through capital, technical and management assistance of all projects and concepts that are constituted by a strong team, with clear and concise planning aiming to develop solutions for use cases and technological needs found around the world based on proven and historically successful business models.
The Polkadot protocol and its underlying projects go hand in hand with DFG’s core objectives in the process of building a better future for digital assets by addressing…
Efinity is a cross-chain NFT network developed by the Enjin team, which is based on Ethereum and is deployed on Polkadot as well. It will be a hub for all fungible and non-fungible tokens, acting like the NFT infrastructure for bridging the various parachains.
Dfyn Network, the multi-chain, and low-fee or even gasless automated market maker (AMM) exchange MainNet was launched in Q2 2021, with the mission to establish a network of decentralized exchanges (DEXes) within different Layer 1 and Layer 2 blockchains. This multi-chain approach will allow Dfyn to access a variety of liquidity sources to provide a highly efficient price discovery by preventing price fragmentation due to liquidity barriers.
What Dfyn Brings to Blockchain and DeFi
There is a combination of important features that position Dfyn in a highly promising group of DEXes and AMMs with whom it is competing, such as…
A week after Gavin Wood’s announcement with an established timeline for the Kusama Parachain Auctions, we’ve seen a great deal of support push Karura towards the top of the list in terms of KSM raised from the community, including retail and institutional investors locking up their KSM in order to accomplish the parachain slot that would allow Karura to begin working on the Kusama mainnet.
At the moment of writing, Karura has roughly 13,000 participants that have contributed over 440,000 KSM locked (more or less $159 million), meaning Karura accounts for over 60% of all KSM locked in search for…
The Polkadot Network brings a set of solutions to common issues that have taken over the blockchain space, such as the interoperability, fee structures on the network in which each service provider is built upon, and maybe even more important, scalability. But not necessarily in a direct way. Instead, through the creation of a network built upon Relay Chains and Parachains.
How can a project or service provider be assigned this parachain you ask? Well, it is done through auctions. These auctions are done through randomized (Candle auctions) periods of time in which DOT (Polkadot native token) holders or KSM…
This edition of “Crypto’s Last Week” accounts for the most outstanding news published between Saturday, March 13, 2021, and Friday, March 19, 2021
This past week had very exciting news that can be interpreted to a rise in pace towards mass adoption of bitcoin or cryptocurrencies, the first big report was in Korea, where local crypto exchanges Upbit, Bithumb, Coinone, and Korbit had a combined 24-hour volume over $14.6 billion, while the Korea Composite Stock Price Index reached $14.5 billion.
Having crypto exchanges surpass one of the top 20 crypto markets in the world located in the 12th largest global…
This edition of “Crypto’s Last Week” accounts for the most notable, and crypto-related — institutional, investment, or regulatory — news published between Saturday, February 20, 2021, and Friday, February 26, 2021.
This week’s most covered news was focused on Coinbase and its upcoming public offering. The week began with very positive reports regarding the implied valuation in the Nasdaq private markets, with an implied valuation of $100 billion. …
This edition of “Crypto’s Last Week” accounts for the most notable, and crypto-related — institutional, investment, or regulatory — news published between Saturday, January 23, 2021, and Friday, January 29, 2021.
Last week a tidal wave of news regarding the massive retail investor dive into a heavily shorted (140%) GameStop stock (GME). This surprising run on Wall Street originated from a subreddit thread r/wallstreetbets with the intention to create a “short squeeze” and gain substantial profits while inflicting serious damage on hedge funds leading the huge short strategy of this stock.
This special edition of “Crypto’s Last Week” will focus on DFG James Wo’s recent 2021 crypto predictions.
With 2021 on its way and high expectations for it to be a promising year for digital assets and virtual asset service providers (VASP), Digital Finance Group Founder and CEO James Wo has kindly shared his thoughts on what he believes will be key parts of the industry’s growth and steps towards institutional capital safely entering the space.
This edition of “Crypto’s Last Week” accounts for the most notable, and crypto-related — institutional, investment, or regulatory — news published between Saturday, January 09, 2021, and Friday, January 15, 2021.
After a very successful 2020 for the Decentralized Finance (DeFI) with massive amounts of capital entering the space in search for decentralized exchanges (DEX), P2P lending, derivatives, and payment platforms among others, 2021 seems to be an even more promising year for the space.