DeFi חסם 30 מיליארד דולר ב- ETH וב- BTC

To date, $30 billion in Bitcoin and Ether has been blocked in DeFi projects. This indicator, judging by the data from the aggregator DeFi Pulse, is 2700% higher than six months ago

The growth of TVL (total blocked value) is observed despite the decrease in the number of assets. Thus, in less than a year, this figure has grown from one to thirty billion dollars.

This is largely due to the increasing interest in decentralized finance. The number of users of DeFi projects is growing steadily, and even despite the fact that some of those who have already earned on HYIP withdraw their funds, the inflow of investments does not fall.

Still, the main driving force behind TVL was the rise in the price of BTC (264%) and ETH (545%) over the same period. These cryptocurrencies account for the lion's share of the blocked value. To understand the scale, here are a couple of data from statistics.



The maximum amount of ETH coins locked in DeFi was set on September 16, 2020. The number of blocked tokens exceeded 8.78 million. At the same time, the cost for 1 ETH coin was then only $389.

To date, the number of blocked Ethereum coins has decreased by 24% to 7.43 billion. This is offset by the high growth in the price of the cryptocurrency, which is currently trading above $1,600. At the same time, over the same period, TVL in ETH grew from 3.4 billion to 11.9 billion dollars.

Moreover, the outflow of tokens from DeFi is decreasing. This demonstrates that DeFi projects have growth prospects in 2021.