The decentralized finance (DeFi) market appears to be no longer the exclusive domain of retailers, andbecause the investment share made in the crypto market segment continues to reach more significant levels.
According to blockchain intelligence firm Chainalysis, large groups of investors played an important role in the approval of the second quarter of 2021.
They declared that will soon be published in Chainalysis’ “Global DeFi Adoption Index” report
“Large investments, meaning those in excess of $ 10 million, accounted for more than 60% of DeFi transactions in the second quarter of 2021, compared to less than 50% of all cryptocurrency transactions.”
In fact, DeFi has become a huge draw for big players in recent times, with banks and financial institutions starting to fund the crypto market.
The trend is likely to mean a diversification of interest in offer Bitcoin-related investment products to high-capacity investors looking to take advantage of the expanding DeFi scene.
The preliminary report of Chainalysis also showed broad growth in adoption metrics for DeFi and the crypto market in general. While emerging markets continue to show increased adoption of legacy crypto assets like Bitcoin (BTC), DeFi activity is reportedly being driven by large investors in major economies.
In the meantime, Regulators are increasingly focusing on the DeFi market, and the United States Securities Commission (SEC) has recently launched an investigation into Uniswap, the largest decentralized exchange in the ecosystem.
The strictest monitoring protocols in the DeFi market They have been an important topic of conversation for the rulers of the major economies. In August, the SEC chairman, Gary Gensler, singled out DeFi as one of seven cryptocurrency-related policy issues that the commission needed to address.
Gensler also previously argued against the decentralized nature of DeFi protocols, stating that many platforms are “highly centralized” and will require a license from the authorities.
The growth of the DeFi market since July has been somewhat marked by recent price declines, with the total face value of the locked market slipping below the $ 100 billion mark.
The DeFi market boom since July has been somewhat affected by recent price declines, and the total nominal value of the market fell below the mark of the $ 100 billion.