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Velvet Capital is a DeFi operating system aimed at democratizing asset management. DeFi’s complexity has long been a barrier for capital looking to enter crypto, especially for the institutional crowd; Velvet aims to solve this.

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Trader Joe got it’s start on Avalanche, claiming the #1 spot on the chain. The project has since expanded to Arbitrum, BNB Chain, and most recently, Ethereum Mainnet. With the introduction of features like their liquidity book, the DEX continues to innovate.

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Kujira is a decentralized ecosystem for protocols and developers seeking to build applications that offer a sustainable, real yield. To fulfill its mission, Kujira is a decentralized sovereign layer 1 ecosystem.

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Aave has historically been the largest money market in crypto. Its decentralized borrow-lending peer-to-pool model has proven to be the most capital-efficient way for DeFi users to earn interest on their deposits, or to gain immediate access to an asset’s liquidity.

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Alluo is a DAO, it is a decentralized finance protocol that democratizes access to financial services. The protocol utilizes web3 and DeFi to achieve this goal and aims to find a sweet spot between traditional fintech and DeFi.

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Ankr is a Web3 infrastructure company that offers a set of different products, such as liquid Staking, appchain services, RPC endpoints, and developer APIs and SDKs.

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Arcton emerges as a crypto-native crowdfunding platform for startups, unveiling a novel asset class for Web 3 participants: Start-up Shares. This unique asset class is accessed via startup IPOs, effectively democratizing access to startup investments and bringing revenue from traditional companies on-chain. 

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Balancer is an ecosystem of independent software components, tools, and contributors. The Balancer protocol is a set of smart contracts that feature a decentralized AMM optimized for a flexible and programmable liquidity provisioning experience.

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Bitcoin is a purely digital peer-to-peer electronic cash system that enables online payments without the intervention of any middlemen or trusted third parties. This is achieved by solving the double-spend problem with a cryptographic system of digital signatures.

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Bumper is a novel DeFi protocol that enhances traditional derivatives markets by providing a simple, fair, and decentralized approach to hedging price risk. The protocol leverages a loss prevention tool that provides price protection against market crashes and downside volatility. 

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Chainlink is a Decentralized Oracle Network (DON) that enables the secure connection between on-chain smart contracts and off-chain data providers and services. Chainlink’s infrastructure has set an industry standard for decentralized Oracle networks.

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Chronos is a community-driven liquidity layer and ve(3,3) AMM on ArbitrumThe ve(3, 3) primitive, combined with a maturity-adjusted return profile, addresses the challenges of incentivizing liquidity providers and making their deposits “sticky” within the protocol pools.

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Comdex is an infrastructure layer for the Cosmos ecosystem. Comdex was built to facilitate the seamless deployment of DeFi applications in the Cosmos ecosystem as well as to enable multi-chain communication and capital transfers between the CeFi and DeFi realms.

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Compound is a protocol that establishes money markets where lenders and borrowers can exchange assets through a liquidity pool that algorithmically adjusts interest rates based on supply and demand. This is all done in a decentralized manner without having to negotiate loan terms such as maturity, interest rate, collateral, or counterparty.

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Curve is the largest DEX by TVL and is also predominant in trading volume alongside Uniswap and Sushiswap. Its 3pool is often considered the “backbone” of DeFi since it’s where the deepest liquidity can be found for major stablecoins: USDT, USDC, and DAI.

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Dopex is an Options protocol that introduces DeFi primitives such as SSOV Options, Liquidity Pool Options, and Atlantic Options. Dopex also introduces features such as Staking yield, collateral borrowing, risk minimization mechanisms, and efficient pricing to arbitrage market opportunities.

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Frax aims to provide the first fractional reserve USD-based stablecoin. Similar to how the traditional banking system works, the Frax Protocol is backed by collateral assets and partially stabilized through a monetary policy based on Algorithmic Market Operations.

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Kommunitas is a crowdfunding platform for Web3 projects built on Polygon, now bridging to Arbitrum and supporting all EVM-Compatible chains as well. Contrary to other launchpads, there is no tier system and every KOM that is staked is counted towards a user’s allocation.

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Lido is a non-custodial liquid staking protocol where users deposit funds and receive a return on their investment in the form of staking rewards. By issuing an LSD, users can stake their tokens without having to lock assets or maintain staking infrastructure.

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Pendle is a yield-trading protocol that allows users to execute yield management strategies to increase or decrease exposure to sources of yield. Pendle innovates by introducing the concept of Standardized Yield Stripping.

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Raft is an immutable and decentralized lending protocol where users can take out USD-denominated loans against their $stETH.  In doing so, users will be able to borrow $R, a stablecoin that is hard-pegged to a price floor of 1 USD and that is overcollateralized by $stETH. 

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Retro Finance is a friendly fork of Thena on Polygon. The protocol is a decentralized exchange and Automated Market Maker that introduces ve(3, 3) tokenomics to serve as a liquidity incentivization and revenue generation solution for protocols operating on Polygon. 

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Savvy DeFi is a lending protocol that introduces a novel approach to collateralized debt positions, offering users non-liquidating and auto-repaying credit lines. Leveraging a synthetic primitive, Savvy allows users to obtain access to future yield.

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Solisnek is a decentralized and self-optimizing DEX on Avalanche built on the principles of Solidly and the ve(3, 3) model. Solisnek tweaks the original vision of Andre Cronje’s original version of Solidly (100% rebase) by adding anti-dilution mechanics.

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Unstoppable DeFi is a protocol on Arbitrum that is building a decentralized alternative to centralized exchanges. The protocol envisions features such as margin trading, integrated borrowing/lending, single-sided LP deposits with no impermanent loss, and more.

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Zaros is a DeFi protocol at the intersection of liquid staking and perpetual futures trading. Rooted in the pursuit of real yield and enhanced capital efficiency, Zaros empowers Liquid Staking Token (LST) and stablecoin holders to optimize their rewards by contributing their liquidity to create perpetual markets.