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Some Important News About DeFi Globally
Spartan Group, buoyed by institutional interest, closes a $110 million DeFi fund
Investment and advisory firm Spartan Group has begun deploying capital for a newly raised $110 million fund, according to Jason Choi, a general partner at the company.
The new fund — which originally targeted $30 million — will focus on the market for decentralized finance (DeFi), with a specific focus on the application layer. The fund’s mandate is blockchain-agnostic and will back projects across Ethereum, Solana, and other networks.
The fundraise reflects the growing interest among professional investors in the DeFi market, which aims to replace traditional financial services like lending and trading with decentralized alternatives. The firm declined to share the exact names of its limited partners but said that they are high-net-worth investors and family offices that have recently entered the market.
“These are traditional folks, family offices who have kind of seen the light,” Choi said in an interview.
The firm has already deployed capital into projects via a smaller proprietary fund rolled into the newly launched fund. The firm has backed dYdX and Arbitrum, among other projects. It plans to invest in about 50 projects over the five-year lifetime of the fund.
Despite the slump in prices across the market, Choi said interest among investors out of Asia in private deals is holding up.
“Most investors were Asia-based but have U.S. and Europe [funds of funds] too,” he said. “I think Asia retails care a lot about price but institutions generally adopt a longer time horizon view so was easier to raise for venture than [a] hedge fund.”
Elsewhere, Framework Ventures — another fund-operator in the DeFi space – announced a $100 million fund with backing from Hall Capital Partners.
“The resounding sense that I get is that people are underestimating the amount of capital that’s coming off the sidelines by probably 1 to 2 orders of magnitude,” Framework’s Vance Spencer commented on a recent episode of The Scoop.
Wallet provider Ledger raises $380M to welcome DeFi ecosystem
Now valued at $1.5 billion, Ledger aims add new products to its hardware and software wallet portfolio.
Following a dramatic increase in its revenues in the first quarter, the cryptocurrency security and infrastructure company Ledger completed a new fundraising round led by 10T Holdings.
Known for its Ledger Nano S and Nano X hardware wallets, Ledger announced the completion of a $380-million Series C fundraising round, which gave the company a valuation of $1.5 billion.
Ledger’s Series B round investors Cathay Innovation, Draper Associates, Draper Dragon, Draper Esprit, DCG and Wicklow Capital attended the new fundraising. Tekne Capital, Uphold Ventures, Felix Capital, Inherent, Financiere Agache (Groupe Arnault) and iAngels Technologies were the new investors.
Ledger CEO Pascal Gauthier said the Series C investment round would transform Ledger from a digital asset security company to a secure gateway to the entire digital asset ecosystem. “This industry is fast becoming mainstream and reshaping the entire financial sector and beyond,” he added.
Ledger will use the $380 million for developing new products and adding decentralized finance solutions to Ledger Live, the company’s wallet software. The company is also looking to strengthen its Ledger Enterprise Solutions, a cloud-based digital asset custody service.
As digital assets are becoming more mainstream, Ledger expects the assets held on its products will grow in volume, the announcement reads. The company wants to position itself as a secure gateway to the ecosystem as it diversifies to include nonfungible tokens, real estate and other blockchain-based forms of value.
Thanks to the bull market earlier this year, Ledger saw a 500% surge in revenues in the first quarter of 2021. The company hired former eToro and Opera leads, and it is still looking to expand its workforce.
Ledger experienced a major data breach in December 2020 that caused a leak of over 270,000 Ledger customers’ personal information. According to the report, the leak also included 1 million emails of Ledger wallet owners and customers that were signed up to the company’s newsletter service.
DeFi Network Karura Raises $100M Ahead of Kusama’s Parachain Auction
The money came from a “crowd loan” and included more than 8,500 contributors. Karura, a network offering decentralized finance (DeFi) services to users of the Polkadot and Kusama platforms, has raised 200,000 KSM tokens, equivalent to $100 million, in a crowd loan, the protocol said in a tweet.
The funding is timely because bidding for Kusama’s parachain auction, which will feature projects looking to dive deeper into the Polkadot ecosystem, starts next week. More than 900 addresses on Kraken exchange and more than 8,500 contributors, mostly from Karura’s own portal, chipped in on the funding round. For each KSM, contributors will receive 12 KAR tokens. Loaned KSM tokens can be used once Karura’s parachain lease ends after 48 weeks.
“This level of support for our launch of Karura on Kusama, and later Acala on Polkadot, is proof of the positive demand for interoperable, decentralized financial products,” Ruitao Su, co-founder and CEO of Karura and Acala, said in a press release.
Karura is a token trading application built to provide users with a platform to build and use scalable DeFi applications without large transaction fees and external operations between chains. It is the sister of Acala Network, Polkadot’s main DeFi project.
DeFi on Web 3.0 Creates More Earnings Opportunities
Staking, liquidity mining, P2P lending — more people are migrating from centralized to decentralized finance (Defi) applications (called dApps) and creating a boom in DeFi transactions. Since January, the total value locked in DeFi dApps has tripled (326 percent) to $73.9 billion.
Decentralized peer-to-peer networks run on the blockchain promise to give users control over their money and data. No technology has had a bigger impact on the investment markets since electronic quote systems revolutionized financial exchanges, eventually unleashing the online trading revolution. Yet despite all the hype around P2P financial services, many parts of the network are still under centralized control.
Web 3.0 is ready to pitch the middlemen once and for all. DeFi was launched on the social web, Web 2.0 where intermediaries like brokers still provision web services and control the data. dApps and blockchains are currently building for Web 3.0, a fully autonomous web run by AI and learning machines where programmable intelligent agents like smart contracts, data oracles, and universal identities carry out the wishes of the dApp users.
Web 3.0 sounds like nirvana for investors but there’s one big hitch — decentralized notifications do not exist on Web 3.0 to provide you with important notifications, such as trade signal alerts, margin calls, and other key notifications that affect your earnings potential.
Out-of-Control DeFi Notifications
When it comes to notifications capabilities, Web 3.0 provides another parallel to the early days of electronic trading. Back then, brokers sent orders to the exchanges and had them filled automatically but they still had to liaise with the client by telephone, and eventually email and SMS. The retail client was powerless to seize a price move in the stock price of saying the new personal computing companies like Apple and Microsoft.
In DeFi, the broker is no longer in the way. The investor, though, is still put at a disadvantage by outdated modes of communication such as email and social media. That’s because important notifications that affect trade decisions like price, wallet, and ETH gas price alerts cannot be sent as a native feature of DeFi dApps.
The lack of an integrated notification system creates huge trading inefficiencies and risks, especially in DeFi markets with high price and gas price volatility. Real-time continuous information streams provide an important trading edge and risk management tool.
Notification Snafus and Scammers
As DeFi grows into a vast ecosystem of interoperable dApps, more cross-DeFi earnings opportunities are being created but so too are more risks from inadequate notification systems. The notification stream is becoming super congested from multi-asset wallets and single dApps that run them all, aggregating services and information across the Uniswaps, Compounds, and Kybers. Common complaints popping up in social media include:
Transaction confirmation windows not appearing mid-swap when the trader connects the swap dApp to the wallet.
Missing loan collateralization ratio changes and getting stuck with a big liquidity penalty.
Time-sensitive market signals like big whale activity or liquidity pull overlooked because they are sent to social media and too late to act upon.
Alarmingly, scammers are exploiting these notification snafus. They are slipping in with links to fake wallet addresses asking for seed phrases or pop-ups mid-swap redirecting traders to invest in other assets, often from a supposed influencer.
DeFi dApps try to make up for this omission by offering a dozen different ways to receive notifications, including email, SMS, browser and push notification, Twitter, Telegram, and even a phone call option. Even then, traders complain that the notifications are lost in the social media maelstrom, do not work on X or Y Wallet or, horrors of horrors, the margin call notice has gone into the spam email folder.
EPNS — Never Miss a DeFi Earnings Opportunity
Uniswap, PoolTogether, and SuperFluid are examples of Web 3.0 ready DeFi platform’s investing in bringing decentralized notification services to Web 3.0 services to ensure their users can fully benefit from open permissionless networks. All three DeFi protocols are using the Ethereum Push Notification Service (EPNS) in pilot programs. EPNS is filling the gaping push notification void in Web 3.0 infrastructure with a blockchain agnostic decentralized middleware messaging solution for any dApp, smart contract, or Web 3.0 service. Our secure solution places all communications in a DeFi user’s single wallet interface.
Examples of how EPNS is pushing important information to users include:
Uniswap — Users of the liquidity protocol are able to receive notifications to their wallets such as transaction approval, gas costs, and impermanent losses. Both dApps and users can customize their notifications, including content and recipients.
Superfluid — The streaming cash-flow protocol is using EPNS to alert users of their recurring payments for subscriptions, crypto payrolls, rewards, and other streaming payments.
PoolTogether — The no-loss prize savings protocol gamify savings use EPNS to notify users of the prize pool rewards in DAI, USDC, COMP, and UNI.
Keeping your Defi activities apace with Web3 to gain the full potential of Web3 interconnectivity and intelligence is as simple as downloading the EPNS app on IOS or Android, or use your favorite wallet with EPNS integrations. Streamlining and securing your push notifications will not only allow you to seize earnings opportunities as they happen but also execute more effectively. Beyond missed messages, studies have shown that receivers of high-frequency push notifications are slower to respond and make more errors.
EPNS makes sure you know when, where, and how your DeFi assets are working for you so you can seize the opportunities as, not after, they arise. And using EPNS is another way you can earn while using DeFi. EPNS alerts are incentivized through Staking by Service.
‘Shark Tank’ star Kevin O’Leary says decentralized finance could be the future – and plans to launch a DeFi investing company
Kevin O’Leary revealed on Anthony Pompliano’s podcast that he’s a major shareholder of a new decentralized-finance (DeFi) company, which aims to help investors profit from DeFi. The “Shark Tank” star and O’Leary Funds boss also predicted DeFi will play a key role in crypto’s future, and said he’s deeply interested in the space.
“What interests me the most right now is DeFi. I think it’s where the puck is going,” O’Leary said. O’Leary said that DeFi enables him to wrap up crypto assets into Ethereum chains to make a profit, whereas storing capital in crypto investments does not allow that.
“There must be millions of people who have a little bit of coin who want to make some 4%, 5%, 6% on it,” was the thought that led him to ask his team to find experts on the matter, which they did in the Canadian startup DeFi Ventures.
The company is working to find a commercial solution to DeFi investing, enabling anyone who has a wallet to wrap their assets and utilise DeFi’s benefits automatically and in a compliant way.
O’Leary said he led a $20 million fundraising round for the company, which has yet to go live. “I am going to rename it to WonderFi because it is going to be my vehicle and I think it’s just the beginning of some great things to come,” said the investor, whose nickname is Mr. Wonderful.
The investor also said that bitcoin’s recent volatility has boosted his DeFi investments and driven up profits. “We’ve had tremendous volatility on bitcoin these last ten days. That actually enhances DeFi, it makes it better. I’m making way more on my contracts now,” he continued.
Higher returns are also making him consider shifting his asset allocation. While he currently still holds 5% gold and 3% crypto, this might change as gold does not provide him with returns, O’Leary said.
Talking about his start in the crypto industry, O’Leary spoke about the ESG concerns linked to cryptocurrencies and how they were raised by many of his institutional and sovereign fund clients. However, that didn’t deter him from going long on bitcoin, he said on the podcast.
At CoinDesk’s Consensus conference on Monday, O’Leary said that bitcoin needs to become more sustainable to attract institutional investors, and a more environmentally friendly way of mining the cryptocurrency could see its value rise as high as $200,000
DeFi More Disruptive to Banks Than Bitcoin, Says ING
Netherlands-based ING Bank has been analyzing the risks and opportunities associated with the exploding decentralized finance (DeFi) space.
A paper released last month titled “Lessons Learned from Decentralised Finance,” carefully weighs some of DeFi’s pros and cons, and concludes that “the best of both worlds is achieved if centralised and decentralised financial services cooperate.”
Commenting on the paper, ING blockchain lead Herve Francois pointed out that “DeFi could be more disruptive than Bitcoin to the financial sector,” adding that the crypto-friendly Dutch lender has the ecosystem in its sights.
“DeFi is an integral part of ING’s digital asset vision,” Francois wrote in a message to CoinDesk. “Researching into DeFi gives ING insight into what gaps might exist in the new paradigm from a micro and macro perspective.”
Read more: DeFi Is Now a $100B Sector
DeFi, the replacement of financial intermediaries with automated digital contracts, is a big deal today with around $76 billion in assets locked up on Ethereum alone.
For its part, ING Bank has shown itself to be a pioneer in the cryptocurrency space, leading work among a cohort of banks on an institutional-grade custody solution and also anti-money laundering (AML) measures for digital assets.
ING eyes DeFi
Among the lessons learned, ING pointed to a general trade-off where a reduction in counterparty risk is largely replaced by technical risks around the use of smart contracts.
However, the borderless nature of DeFi is alluring to ING, according to the paper, because centralized institutions spend a lot of time and money complying with multiple regulations in different jurisdictions.
The paper states:
“Although DeFi currently appears to be a domain on its own, we envision that centralised and decentralised financial services will converge at some stage as both have unique capabilities that are beneficial to the other. There is however the challenge for centralised institutions of making sure that their assets stay within countries that are white-listed.”
Meeting AML and know-your-customer (KYC) requirements is something financial institutions could help DeFi with, according to ING:
“This way a DeFi service could comply to AML regulation. However, as this is uncharted territory, more research is needed to determine the validity of such [cooperation] between centralised banks and decentralised financial services.”
ING selected decentralized lending platform Aave to carry out a case study on various characteristics of DeFi. According to ING:
“The automation of business processes in Aave on a public permissionless blockchain has many advantages over traditional money markets, such as accuracy transparency and speed. However, we argue that the benefits of cost efficiency and better security that come with automating money markets via smart contracts is debatable and introduce new technical risks.”
Aave is known to be weighing institutional DeFi opportunities, having hired some banking specialists and recently joining the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance.
Asked if there was any particular reason why ING chose Aave over other DeFi platforms, Francois said, simply: “We know them.”
Huobi Group’s Investment Arm Dedicates $100M to DeFi, Mergers
Huobi Group is deploying $100 million into decentralized finance (DeFi) projects as well as mergers and acquisitions through its new consolidated investment arm.
The investment arm, Huobi Ventures, is a wholly owned subsidiary of Huobi Group focused on boosting the firm’s investment portfolio and providing long-term support for innovative blockchain projects, according to a press statement shared with CoinDesk on Thursday.
The $100 million pledge is the latest hefty fund to be thrown at DeFi development. Last month, Polygon launched a $100 million fund to support DeFi adoption. In March, crypto asset investment firm BlockTower Capital raised a $25 million DeFi fund.
In addition to supporting early-stage blockchain projects over a three-year period, Huobi’s $100 million fund will also be used to make strategic acquisitions to grow the firm’s product offerings, according to the statement.
“Acquisitions will be integrated into Huobi’s growing suite of blockchain-enabled applications and services to expand the business into new markets. The venture capital unit will make long-term investments in emerging blockchain use cases and DeFi projects,” the statement said.
Huobi Ventures is also setting up a $10 million NFT fund focused on investing in non-fungible token (NFT) collectibles and marketplaces, the firm said.
The new investment arm also consolidates a number of the firm’s many investment vehicles, including Huobi Eco Fund, Huobi Capital and Huobi DeFi Labs, into a single entity, according to the statement.
“We have had separate teams focus on different investment strategies, but by bringing everyone together under a single entity, we can create a more cohesive strategy and continue to invest in and support the most innovative projects that are shaping the blockchain and DeFi spaces,” said Lily Zhang, Huobi Group CFO.
To date, the company has invested $69.42 million in blockchain, media, stablecoin and other projects, according to the statement.
An executive behind the $120 million Ethereum bond says banks must adapt to DeFi to survive
Banks must adapt to the new world of decentralized finance in which contracts will be created through crypto technology or risk becoming irrelevant, according to the Société Générale banker who was a driving force behind a recent high-profile digital bond launch.
Jean-Marc Stenger, the head of SocGen’s blockchain technology unit Forge, told Insider that banks face a “Kodak moment” if they do not adapt to decentralized finance or DeFi, referring to the failure of the famous camera company to transition to the digital era.
DeFi is the use of blockchain technology – the same tech that underlies cryptocurrencies – to create financial products.It replaces the usual middlemen like banks and brokerages and instead lets pieces of digital code called “smart contracts” automatically execute, or control, financial products, taking care of things like interest payments, for example.
The European Investment Bank generated excitement in the cryptocurrency community at the end of April when it used the Ethereum blockchain network to issue a €100 million ($121 million) two-year bond. Stenger’s Forge unit at SocGen was the platform manager and settlement agent.
Stenger told Insider that SocGen – Europe’s sixth-biggest bank – sees DeFi as a big opportunity for the sector that brings the ability to do things “quicker, cheaper, [and] with more security or transparency for the regulators.”
Although some are skeptical the technology can truly disrupt the giant industry, DeFi’s advocates argue that it will revolutionize finance. DeFi’s fans say it will eliminate the need for intermediaries and central overseers such as clearing houses, and the fees they charge. Instead, a decentralized computer network would keep the contracts and transactions secure.
Stenger acknowledged the DeFi model might pose a threat to some of the ways banks traditionally make money. But he said: “When there is a shift like this in an industry, the financial industry as we speak, obviously it also means that you have to adapt and to change.
“Decentralized finance is certainly a threat to these financial institutions, which will not adapt and embrace this change, that’s for sure. There might be kind of a ‘Kodak effect’, if I may use that term, for some banks or financial institutions which again will not adapt quickly.”
He said banks would still generate returns from providing customers the services they want, which he argues will increasingly be DeFi contracts. “In today’s world, clients are paying for services where they see value-added.”