Bacon, Eggs, and DeFi #073
Recap of Thursday July 15, 2021
Welcome to Bacon, Eggs, and DeFi #073. Here's a recap of yesterday’s DeFi news!
1inch integrated Clipper as a liquidity source.
Uniswap announced six new features, including auto fee tier selection, liquidity range charts, and a proposal creation UI.
1inch launched a $3 million grant program, which will be used for network development, community development, and research/analytics over the next 12 months.
Integral debuted Comparator, allowing users to compare real-time prices across Integral, other DEXes, and aggregators.
Tempus, a yield optimization protocol, raised a $1.9 million seed round from investors, including Lemniscap, Divergence Ventures, and Tomahawk.
Cream increased the collateral factors on multiple ETH v1 markets, including SPI, YFI, and VSP.
Harvest added a new UST/USDT Uniswap v3 vault. Depositors will earn, Uniswap swap fees, iFARM, and LUNA.
Visor added a new actively managed MATIC/ETH Uniswap v3 pair.
dYdX added an ATOM/USD Perpetual contract with up to 10x leverage.
As part of the Jinan release, Kwenta added an equities market countdown timer.
UMA launched a new website listing all the projects that have been built on top of it.
BitGo added support for DPI.
Stay tuned for the next edition of Bacon, Eggs, and DeFi!
- Austin (@1A1zP1)