Total Value Locked in DeFi Surpassed $3 Billion
The total amount of funds locked in DeFi services has reached $3.01 billion, according to the DeFi Pulse portal.
The figure exceeded the $2 billion mark just two weeks ago. It took it five weeks to rise from $1 billion to $2 billion.
The four leaders have the amount of funds locked in the range between $441 million and $628 million.
Two weeks ago, Compound dominated, with a share of 32.7%. Recently, MakerDAO took the lead, with 20.84%.
The Aave protocol moved up to the third place, with the volume of funds locked having grown by about $230 million, in the last two days alone.
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