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The Game Of Interest Rate - Playing The Laws Of Times In The Crypto World

Author: IDEG research team

Time has value, and interest rates are the most fundamental expression of the value of time. By exploring and studying interest rates, we can gain a deeper understanding of the nature of finance and use it to develop trading models that are widely applicable to various scenarios and capture long-term stable business value.

Options and structured products - Accelerating The research Of Multi-layered Capital Market

Author: IDEG research team

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, global markets tumbled into a crisis fermented over a decade of monetary easing. Surrounded by elevated volatility, acute shift of risk appetite, and easy-to-access trading venues supported by technology, wide range of market participants stepped into the more sophisticated option market and drove the volume to a level not seen in the history.

When BTC Meets DeFi

Author: IDEG research team

Decentralized Finance (DeFi), as the name implies, is decentralized finance. As the most popular sector in the digital asset market this year, DeFi has received great attention from capital in the industry. According to the latest data from DeBank, the total DeFi lock-up volume (TVL) has exceeded 22 billion U.S. dollars, while the TVL at the beginning of the year was only 752 million U.S. dollars, a year-to-date increase of more than 2800%. At present, the DeFi market is still in a high-growth stage, and more innovative applications continue to appear.

How much more can Bitcoin go up in the Future

Author: IDEG research team

Looking back to 2008, when the capital market was caught in an unprecedented crisis, the financial crisis broke out in the United States and spread to the world after the collapse of Lehman Brothers. In response to the financial crisis, the Federal Reserve began to cut interest rates. On December 16, 2008, the Fed announced that it would lower the federal funds rate to an ultra-low level of 0% to 0.25%, officially entering the era of zero interest rates, which can be clearly seen in Figure 1 below.