MicroStrategy still doesn’t plan to sell its Bitcoin, according to the company’s new Chief Financial Officer Andrew Kang. The recent bear market, which has brought Bitcoin’s value below the company’s average purchase price, hasn’t shaken the organization’s faith. “At this time, we do not have any intention to sell,” said the CFO, after joining the company on May 9th hailing from GreenSky. “There are no scenarios that I’m aware [in which] we would sell.” Shareholders also remain confident and reportedly…
This funding round enables the team based in Singapore to come up with their flagship product AnyHedge on Bitcoin Cash. As an open source derivatives tool, Anyhedge allows the creation of new markets with smart contracts when embedded by exchanges and OTC desks.
The investors that provided the fund include crypto trader Marc De Mesel. The team consists of two past Bitcoin.com employees and people who assisted in building the voluntary BCH Cash fundraising project Flipstarter.cash.
In the words of General Protocol’s president, the firm is happy that investors who believe in what the firm is doing are supporting its focus on bringing DeFi to Bitcoin Cash. He continued that they are coming up with a team of committed supporters of peer-to-peer electronic cash at the firm.
However, DeFi on Bitcoin Cash is facing a challenge because of the network effects of projects based on Ethereum. Data provided by Defiprime shows that there are 213 DeFi projects listed; Ethereum is powering 199 and other platforms like BTC, EOS and TRX are supporting almost 10 percent.
Three months ago, the sum locked in the Defi market attained a lifetime high of $1.24 billion. As at the time of writing, it has reduced to $887 million and 99 percent is on Ethereum. 1.05 percent (valued at $9.3 million) of aggregated value locked is on Bitcoin’s Lightning Network.
In 2019, Bitcoin Cash introduced its version of a generic ERC-20 token through its Simple Ledger Protocol (SLP).