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When Defi in the banking system

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JP Morgan just performed its first Defi transaction yesterday quitely. 

Big banks knew something was not working, and they kept quite.

Transactions was done on Polygon with a modified version of AAVE protocol’s smart contract. 

The project is a partnership between Singapore, Japan and US to test out potential Defi applications in the banking system. 

They also tested the tokenized government bonds transactions through a smart contract.

Defi is a product after the booming of blockchain technology that improves FinTech and makes finance more accessible to everyone at a low cost.

The potential to be enormous opportunities for lending services, particularly for small lending amounts to small business owners.  

With the higher risky loans that banks may not want to manage, Defi can provide additional security layers to operate with efficiency and a low-cost environment.

Such actions did not explore by mainstream media due to the skeptic and misinformation about crypto space.

Defi is a feasible way and effective tool if one can utilize it properly.

Although there are no yet regulations to catch up the technology, the application has already existed and been implemented around the internet. 

Especially with the current high inflation environment, there are fewer opportunities for investors to seek high-reward projects to invest. 

But with Defi, you may not have a problem finding a good project with due diligence and an understanding of the technology.

As long as the return is not sound too good to come true, Defi is a feasible instrument to help investors to find a better reward in difficult financial times.

With this core idea in mind, banks are exploring opportunities and integrating their traditional finance into the new technological tools to explore more options to help investors to earn more.

I think Defi has an unlimited possibility if banks are using them correctly to benefit society.

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SBF is lying in front of the internet

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He is lying again in front of everyone.

SBF has no ethics…

Trying to play dump and not know anything wrong is the opposite of letting people know you are a total screw-up.

IF FTX US is solvent, why you filed bankruptcy in the first place?

All he tried to do was indirectly point questions to his achievement, which is to scam people and use their funds for his own purpose.

FTX US is insolvent and he has not authority to present himself into FTX US anymore.

Likely money from FTX US were removed to cover all other expenses…

I really wonder if SBF has any backup documents to prove himself.

He is a straight liar…

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How did crypto go wrong this year

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As we approach the end of this year, everyone is still digesting the impact of the Internet-driven digital transformation in business and its associated headwinds. As a result, many businesses are looking ahead to the future with mixed feelings. On one hand, we have come a long way in building trust and self-awareness in our digital landscapes. On the other, we now have to acknowledge that some of these digital transformation efforts have been misguided or backward-looking. These are all good things—but they do not mean 2022 will be a great year for crypto. 

It’s hard to know what to take away from this year.

More crypto companies were bankrupted from Luna to 3AC to FTX and lost investors’ money. This is a classic ponzi scheme in which everyone misued users’ funds and steals to hedge their high risky bets, eventually leading to the collapse of everything. Crypto itself has nothing to do with all these business models of stealing people’s money, and it is a way they advertise and bring FOMO to people and lure their money into the space.

Everyone is working toward their own digital currency

While cryptocurrency is not done yet, countries have been tested their own CBDCs. It is a crypto-like digital currency without privacy. However, it can be a saver choice for many people to adopt.

Lesson Learned

What have we learned from this year? We need to go back to the fundamentals of crypto. Transparency, privacy, and permissionless are keys to making crypto unique. When crypto is suddenly worth ten folders, we abandon the fundamentals and chase money, making us vulnerable to scammers. We need to rethink why we joined and believe in crypto at the first place.

Conclusion

Crypto will be used in financial services. It will also likely find use in both the financial market and in the form of insurance eventually. In fact, insurance providers may be the first major players to embrace digital insurance—and this may include a blockchain-based platform. The ecosystem will vary from company to company, but most will have an online platform that facilitates the digital purchase, sale and management of coverage across multiple providers. However, to screen out bad actors before such adoption is a key to making crypto sustainable in the future.

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How to crypto lending is dead

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Crypto lending is dead? What will replace it? How to get started with crypto lending? A recent FTX detailed the decline of crypto lending as a viable option in the wake of trust breaches. While crypto lending is still in infancy but its potential for misuse and potential conflicts of interest does not address the question why users funds kept being misused. We’ll explore why and how cryptocurrency lending has become such an toxic part of modern digital finance. We’ll also discuss some ways you can continue to use crypto and avoid crypto lending in all costs.

What is crypto lending?

Crypto Lending is a way for people to create money out of thin air! The technology is similar to borrowing money from other investors, but whoever runs a crypto lending business broke the trust and misused users’ funds to bet for high-risk venture capitals that lost all money that they can no longer pay off all funds they owed. The idea is that you, as the lender, create a “virtual” loan to someone else, usually with a small amount of collateral (fractional reserve). You then use the money to put into high risky investments from that person or pay for them with virtual dollars out of thin air. The “lender” loaned out of your money to help them potentially leverage high-risky bets and use your money to gain their profits. Lenders can even trade against your investments when you long the assets while they shorted the assets to double dip the profits.

Why does crypto lending no matter anymore?

There are no benefits to using a crypto lending option at all. Not all crypto lenders can provide transparency about their assets-backed reserves and are likely running fractional reserves with thin-air fake tokens to boost their own valuations. When they go bankrupt, their will file bankruptcy protection to protect their assets and liquidate all their crypto to defend themselves to go total losses. You are likely to receive a fraction of the money while they can preserve their assets that gained profits from your investments.

How to cryptocurrency lending is dead

This is the most common question we get: “How is crypto lending dead?” The short answer is that there are no longer viable financial solutions. 

2022 is the year large crypto lenders went bankrupt, from Celsius to FTX to BlockFi, all those companies are lied about their reserves and likely misused users’ funds for their own betting.

Damages from crypto lending

All bankruptcy gave one question about crypto: why did people lie about their businesses and violate their promises? The false assumption that crypto is always valuable is a problem and they use FUD and FOMO to lure investors into their questionable lending services and misguided users with their suspicious advertisements. Regulations are nothing to protect investors in crypto.

Conclusion

The future of financial products is uncertain. There is no one way to interpret the new year and get a clear perspective on what will happen. There are so many different scenarios and potential outcomes that it is difficult to predict. That being said, there are several scenarios that are very likely to come to pass. It is important to remain alert and participate in the ongoing financial market activity. If you are considering using a financial product, always research the product and make sure it is both legal and tax-effective. You also need to consider your personal financial situation and potential future expenses. That said, crypto is speculative, and crypto lending will not work.

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