Cryptocurrencies have been the top performing asset class over the last decade with its total market capitalization growing from around $1.7 Billion in 2013 to where it stands now at $ 1.7 Trillion (as on 21st Feb 2021). Recent months have witnessed global institutional investors – pension, hedge and endowment funds, which historically invest in diverse asset classes including stocks, commodities and real estate – invest in cryptocurrencies to diversify their investment portfolios and spread their risk. Holding fiat currency – whether in rupees, pounds or dollars – is a big risk with looming pandemic-induced inflation, which guarantees a loss on your money each year. Similarly, when it comes to risk in the cryptocurrency space, price volatility, which is characterised by daily price shifts, is greater when compared to the majority of other investment categories. However, the asymmetric return potential of crypto is what is appealing to investors and warrants exposure (albeit small) to this modern asset class. While the potential use cases of blockchain and cryptocurrencies are endless, decentralized finance (often called DeFi) has emerged as the most active sector in the blockchain space, with a wide range of use cases for individuals, developers, and institutions. DeFi refers to the shift from traditional/centralized financial systems to peer-to-peer systems that are unstoppable and highly secure. These systems utilize smart contracts running on blockchains, of which the most common blockchain is Ethereum.
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