- Defi lending platform, dYdX, records $1 billion in total loans over the past year.
- Ethereum (ETH) remains the leading asset originating close to half of the amount.
- The growing Defi space looks to propel ETH price in the coming weeks.
Open finance is gaining gradual adoption despite the slow the stagnant performance the cryptocurrency industry is showing since the “Black Thursday crash” on Mar. 12. dYdX, a decentralized lending platform, recorded a milestone in the early trading hours on Saturday reaching the billion-dollar mark in total loans originating from the platform.
In the past year, dYdX has originated well over $1 Billion in loans 💸🤑 pic.twitter.com/ZJynUQ7JXy
— dYdX (@dydxprotocol) April 18, 2020
The increasing interest in Defi products may set bullish sentiments on Ethereum as the lending Defi products grow in the near future.
dydX records $1.1 billiard in loans borrowed
According to LoanScan, a Defi tracking aggregator, dYdX, is witnessing a meteoric rise in the number of loans borrowed on the exchange. The decentralized app has distributed over $1.1 billion in loans on the platform over the past year.
Ethereum (ETH) is the leading borrowed asset on dYdX with a total borrowed amount of $$516,647,969representing 45% of the total amount borrowed over the past year. Dai (which split to a multi-asset and single-asset backed token –SAI) and USDC recorded a total of $378,674,732 (SAI -$126,538,385) and $128,080,455 respectively.
dYdX leads in loans originated on the platform in the decentralized lending space with Compound and Maker also bootstrapping some loan facilities to their users. Over the past year a total of $310,299,625 and $215,706,480 in loans were disbursed from the respective platform.