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Curve, Aave, Synthetix and seven other DeFi projects

The Global DeFi Alliance had been created by Huobi DeFi Labs a month ago. Originally it only brought together MakerDAO (MKR), Compound (COMP), Nest (NEST) and dYdX (dYdX) projects. Now 10 new members have joined the DeFi consortium, including Curve, Aave and Synthetix.

The other 7 members are Balancer, Loopring, Zapper, Zerion, Bitpie, Mykey and CoinGecko.

The Global DeFi Alliance aims to promote collaboration within a still very new and particularly heterogeneous ecosystem. More precisely, it is about bring the O closernothingt of Occidenott, according to Sharlyn Wu, chief investment officer at Huobi:

“We strongly feel the isolation between centralized exchanges, financial institutions and the global community, and we want to bridge this chasm. [Nous ressentons] also the great cultural differences between East and West, and we believe it is our responsibility to bring the community together. “

New members will be invited to collaborate on issues of education of DeFi users, standardization of protocols, risk management and development of the ecosystem at the global level.

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The new shows in any case that the DeFi sector is gradually consolidating. Still driven by sometimes absurd projects, it will certainly have to promote this type of alliances, if it does not want to risk suffering a decline in interest such as the ICO sector experienced after 2018.

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Veteran OT Retires After All But Finalizing Deal to Join Cowboys: Report

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Jared Veldheer told the Dallas Cowboys thanks, but no thanks.

The veteran offensive tackle opted to retire from the NFL on Monday rather than sign with the Cowboys, who hosted him on a workout last week.

According to Michael Gehlken of the Dallas Morning News, Veldheer had a $2.5 million contract on the table that was “all but finalized” and “just needed Veldheer’s signature” before he instead chose to hang up his cleats.

Veldheer, 33, would have been a nice get for a Dallas offensive line that played without starting left tackle Tyron Smith (neck) and right tackle La’el Collins (IR, hip) in Sunday’s win over the Falcons. The 2010 third-round pick of the Raiders appeared in 120 career games between four teams — then-Oakland, Arizona, Denver, Green Bay — and regularly drew above-average marks from Pro Football Focus.

As it is, the Cowboys will move forward with Alex Light and Eric Smith as the backup OTs to temporary starters Brandon Knight and Terence Steele. The club’s primary swing lineman, Cam Erving, will miss at least two games on injured reserve, though Erving, battling an MCL sprain, reportedly could be sidelined as long as 4-6 weeks.

A veteran insurance policy may arrive in the form of former Cowboys starting guard and current free agent Ronald Leary, who revealed this past weekend that he’s in COVID-19 testing protocol. Leary, upon gaining entry into the facility, worked out for Dallas on Monday, and Gelhken reported he’s still “on [its] radar.”

“We’re talking,” Leary relayed to Sports Illustrated’s Mike Fisher on Saturday.

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