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UMA is a decentralized financial contracts platform built to enable Universal Market Access.
A standard for connecting to centralized and decentralized exchanges, enabling an ecosystem of dApps to solve liquidity issues and price parity. The Orion Protocol enables cross chain trading, omni-exchange accessibility, and liquidity.
DIA (Decentralised Information Asset) is an open-source, data and oracle platform for the DeFi ecosystem. DIA leverages crypto economic incentives to drive supply, share and use transparent, crowd-verified price data and oracles on financial and digital assets.
DFI.Money was founded back in July 2020.
never released their source code, which makes it an intransparent and hidden project with no guarantee that their product works or is being developed.
Organization wise, DFI.Moneys Development is and is being developed under the lead of a non-public figure..
The consensus on which the DFI.Money network is run is called Not mineable, while
the underlying algorithm is called None.
In the current state of DFI.Money currently is Working product
There is no official YFII-subreddit yet
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There is no official Telegram Channel for YFII yet
There is NO official Twitter account for DFI.Money yet
|person 1 Followers|
There are no events for DFI.Money in the next 3 Months
The Google Trends chart displays the search interest on google in DFI.Money relative to its peak over the last year. A rising chart shows growing interest int he project.
DFI.Money is not open source and can therefore not be analyzed. This will automatically give DFI.Money a rating of 1 as a penalty for not being open-source.
Convert between YFII and USD with the live DFI.Money prices, aggregated from all big exchanges that trade DFI.Money.
Volume from exchanges is considered untrusted if the exchange has little reputation and no License but reports suspiciously high trading volume in particular coins.
|# 1||Binance||YFII/BNB||$ 2,988.236||$ 325,634||check|
|# 2||Binance||YFII/BUSD||$ 3,003.786||$ 152,627||check|
|# 3||Binance||YFII/USDT||$ 2,996.734||$ 27,569,096||check|
|# 4||Binance||YFII/BTC||$ 2,992.941||$ 7,653,439||check|
|# 5||Huobi||YFII/USDT||$ 3,001.352||$ 10,649,092||clear|
|# 6||Indodax||YFII/IDR||$ 2,988.883||$ 1,223,761||clear|
|# 7||CoinTiger||YFII/USDT||$ 2,994.179||$ 430,543||clear|
|# 8||Huobi||YFII/BTC||$ 2,989.120||$ 263,681||clear|
|# 9||Huobi||YFII/ETH||$ 2,995.638||$ 160,892||clear|
|# 10||Bitrue||YFII/USDT||$ 3,002.694||$ 134,801||clear|
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