DeFi protocols have relied on the distribution of native tokens to incentivize liquidity providers (LPs). In a previous post, we delved into traditional liquidity incentives and the utilization of vote-escrow tokens. Now, we shift our focus to a fresh approach that has captured the attention of DeFi enthusiasts: concentrated liquidity methods.
Ethereum has grown to be second-largest digital asset in the cryptocurrency sector, but now people are starting to take note as volatility gauges suggest a shift in market dynamics. Unexpectedly, these indicators point to the possibility of ETH experiencing lower volatility compared to Bitcoin and other crypto blue chips. ETH's volatility may be disappearing, but why and where are traders moving to next?