Labeled as showcase in Niche Domain Discussion, started by NickB, Jun 13, 2019
Added another one -
Got 3 now.
DeFi aggregator Furucombo raises $1.85 million in seed funding
It will be interesting to see where this goes if it raises the funds - www.DefiCo.com
DeFi Basics . c/o/m
DeFiFAQ . c/o/m
DeFiFAQs . c/o/m
DeFiFortune . c/o/m
Most definitely will be! Thanks for sharing "removing the traditional FICO score" wonder what kind score system this whole new world of finance will begin to use and build oh wait, that's already begun
I like Basi/cs I looked it up yesterday figured it was taken. Nice name GL
slick looking site - looks there has been a few quid thrown into it already.....
Interesting it's defi geared toward the Automotive industry, then again auto and finance have always gone hand in hand
Is for sale by Huge Domains for anyone interested in taking that leap
Thanks. It's up for sale.
PAID Network Will Launch its IDO on Polkastarter on January ...
Decentralized identifiers minimize and weed out bad actors within the ecosystem. Reputation scores serve as the ecosystem's credit score.
3 hours ago
"PAID Network plans to build the world's first decentralized SMART Agreement DApp using biometrics to validate users' identities and enable a reputation scoring system to create a secure ecosystem. Decentralized identifiers minimize and weed out bad actors within the ecosystem. Reputation scores serve as the ecosystem's credit score" End Quote
I mean...back when I first notice defi and what it's future could possibly entail I could envision it's realtionship to money and finance, just as in todays world with credit scores and finance...I just saw it as ying and yang
I think the only defi/decentralized "score" I was not able to lock up was "defi/C/r/e/d/i/t" I think it's owner is in china....but of the few I picked up, one was even the long tail 3 word DeFi/C/r/e/d/i//tS/c/o/re.
It is very neat to see all these other compaines and startups coming in the scoring space aside from the early .io which first approached me over a year ago.
A New Product Aims To Disrupt Free Credit Scores With ...
Free credit scores have been the foundation of an industry led by ... prices for strategic partners in blockchain decentralized finance (DeFi).
1 week ago
I own few names related to yield farming, which is part of Decentralized Finance
YearnLand.com (it is the name of a current defi project, which uses the domain yland.finance)
Most of them have very good traffic so far.
I am very optimistic about these names, if the Defi trends continues to increase.
DeFi Is a ‘Complete Scam,’ Says Controversial Entrepreneur Craig Wright
nChain Chief Scientist Craig Wright has delivered an obscenity-laden interview discussing decentralized finance (DeFi) and stablecoins, calling such projects a “complete scam” and “illegal.”
Taking part in the virtual conference Reimagine 2020 published Saturday, the controversial figure told host Patrick MacLain that both DeFi schemes offering lending and borrowing, and stablecoins are "illegal, unregistered and unlicensed."
Creators of DeFi projects are "con men ... criminal a**holes taking money, full stop," he told MacLain, adding an inflammatory take on oracle networks such as Chainlink.
"'We’ve got a decentralized oracle.' Bulls**t you do! Sue me!” Wright said, making an obscene gesture to the camera.
"Where is the damn backing?" Wright asked, when discussing his thoughts on stablecoins.
Wright appeared to conflate all stablecoins – cryptocurrencies that aim to hold a stable value with backing from an asset such as the U.S. dollar or gold – with tether, a widely used USD-linked crypto that has never released a comprehensive audit of all its reserves.
Other stablecoins, such as USD coin, have done so.
When MacLain asked Wright for his view on decentralized exchanges, Wright claimed there was "no such thing, full stop. ... [T]he exchanges are still run by a person."
Wright has said he is the creator of the Bitcoin system, but has yet to provide convincing evidence to back up his claim and has faced allegations of fraud, which he contests vigorously through lawsuits.
"I fight in court, I'm not a cowardly you-know-what who runs away," Wright told MacLain, taking a swipe at bitcoin investor Roger Ver, who he is suing for libel over such fraud accusations.
Wright is also fighting an ongoing court case involving the estate of his deceased former business partner, David Kleiman, that relates to the ownership of a 1.1 million ($12.8 billion) bitcoin fortune.
Wright's credibility as the supposed inventor of Bitcoin has suffered somewhat during the process, with a judge saying Wright has at times argued in bad faith, perjured himself and admitted false evidence.
In May, a message also alleging Wright is a fraud was cryptographically signed with over 100 Bitcoin addresses he has claimed to own in Kleiman case evidence.
Cryptography experts have described his subsequent claims about how bitcoin signing works as "nonsense."
Wright is a proponent of a bitcoin alternative cryptocurrency called bitcoin sv (for Satoshi's Vision).
He further took the chance to knock Bitcoin in his interview, saying that it "isn't a decentralized network of every node running things."
"Your node doesn't help the network unless you're a miner," he claimed.
Old news, this was already posted on this thread back in August....
I am definitely renewing my defi domains, worth a shot .... imo
Don't remember if I shared this or not from back in september
Yield Farming Comes to DeFi Credit Score App
Teller is linking credit scores to DeFi loans. Now it’s bringing yield farming to credit scores.
By Robert Stevens
4 min read
Sep 17, 2020
The idea of Teller Labs, the San Francisco-based team building the Teller protocol, is to use credit scores to make DeFi loans cheaper, and also to ensure that borrowers on DeFi lending protocols can bump up their credit scores if they are well-behaved. Credit scores, produced by algorithms taking into account factors such as credit card payment history, determine the rates and terms at which a lender (like a bank) let a person borrow money.
At launch, Teller's protocol will prioritize banking history, not official US credit scores, but plans to integrate credit score companies later on. It will give lower interest loans to customers in Canada, France, Ireland, the Netherlands, Spain, the UK, and the US." : END QUOTE
https://cryptobriefing.com/defi-mon...lands-1-85m-investment-ahead-of-token-launch/ posted 5 hours ago
I posted about this 7 hours ago......
One of the few benefits of being on UK time 😉🙂
I seen that and liked it and forgot 🤣
Busy day! Glad someone’s on their feet lol
Does this work? Just regged it:
Separate names with a comma.