|Jesse Powell, CEO of US cryptocurrency exchange Kraken, took steps to return dividends (DeFi) on Monday after moving $ 24 billion to Harvest Finance.In a tweet on Tuesday, Powell said it was quick and rude to ban companies from DeFin’s “making money” plans.”Stop the bullshit ** with a DeFi hit and I hope the communication protects you,” Powell said. “Invest in security, insurance, and do [research for yourself].” This information should comes after many other DeF projects have leaked to alternative applications in different major management errors, while others have opened their code to funders with errors or minor changes. |
At the end of September, Eminence Finance’s sports betting was reinstated and $ 15 million was raised from DAI during the trial.Within a month, DeF’s SushiSwap program was hit hard when unknown creator “Chef Nomi” hit a campaign fund, resulting in a 73% drop in the SUSHI brand. Chef Nomi later donated $ 14 a broadcast (ETH) and apologized for fundraisers.Thus, this phenomenon highlighted the risks of investing in and investing in foreign-led programs.Again in September, DeF’s bZx credit protocol broke down for the third time in a year, when someone managed to seize $ 8 million for a code error.However, the DeF sector continues to attract farmers to search for stocks and reach a new level of $ 12 billion. The entire product range is locked with intelligence contracts in October.That figure dropped to about $ 1.15 billion.
The dollar is priced at $ 11,133 on Monday after the harvest. According to DeFi Pulse.It is unclear why Powell encouraged the deal to save DeF’s failure. CoinDesk caught the red gentleman but did not receive a response before the press release.