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March 31, 2022

Wave Financial Gets $100M Fund for Cardano DeFi Ecosystem

Wave Financial has established the Wave ADA Yield Fund to assist with the development of innovative decentralized finance (DeFi) projects on the Cardano network.

Wave Financial Group is an SEC-registered digital asset management business based in the United States that has been investing in bitcoin since 2016.

The business has established a $100 million first fund to offer liquidity to enable the development of additional DeFi platforms in the Cardano ecosystem.

The management business stated that the Wave ADA Yield Fund would be used to give liquidity to pairs of pools that will enable Cardano’s decentralized exchanges (DEXes). Wave Financial also intends to provide cash to DeFi lenders in order to facilitate lending.

Wave Financial CEO David Siemer expressed his excitement about the additional financing. He stated that the corporation is pleased as it continues to invest in the bitcoin area.

Since 2021, the Cardano community has fostered the establishment of hundreds of firms built on the Cardano blockchain, according to Charles Hoskinson, founder of Input Output, a software technology company that has been an early backer of Cardano. He also discussed the advantages of this new initiative.

“Cardano’s growing ecosystem is hosting an ever expanding universe of applications supporting significant numbers of active users – it’s critical for the success of the ecosystem that Cardano-based projects thrive, and so we are pleased that the ADA Yield Fund is committing substantial financial resources to facilitate continued growth and market acceptance.” 

The new WAVE ADA Yield Fund is an extension of Wave Financial’s goal to assist investors in the cryptocurrency market. The business stated that it will continue to promote and build stake pools in order to fortify the Cardano network.

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