Bridge de Avalanche lanza soporte para bitcoin, mientras AVAX sube 7,4%.

El token AVAX está empezando a ganar algo de impulso al alza a pesar de una caída en la actividad de DeFi.

AccessTimeIconJun 23, 2022 at 2:08 p.m. UTC

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La plataforma de contratos inteligentes Avalanche ha añadido soporte para bitcoin (BTC) nativo en su bridge de cadena cruzada, según una publicación de su blog.

El token nativo de la red, AVAX, subió un 7,4% superando las subas de bitcoin y ether (ETH), que crecieron 0,64% y 2,34% respectivamente.

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La adición permite a los usuarios hacer un puente con bitcoin nativo y ganar exposición al ecosistema DeFi de Avalanche utilizando la wallet "Core/" recientemente lanzada.

El pool de BTC en el protocolo de finanzas descentralizadas (DeFi) Platypus tiene $11,7 millones en valor total bloqueado (TVL, por sus siglas en inglés) y ofrece rendimientos de entre el 23,72% y el 62,84%.

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También se ha abierto un pool de BTC.b a AVAX en la plataforma rival TraderJoe con rendimientos de 17,5%.

El bridge de Avalanche se puso en marcha el pasado mes de agosto y permite la transferencia de tokens ERC20 entre las redes de Ethereum y Avalanche.

Actualmente hay $2.680 millones en TVL en todo el ecosistema de Avalanche, según DefiLlama, lo que marca una caída de $11.000 millones desde diciembre, ya que el sector DeFi retrocede en medio de las preocupaciones sobre los protocolos de préstamo.

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