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Hodl Hodl Enables Bitcoin DeFi Lending Platform for US Users

Posted on November 13th, 2020 by Kyle Torpey and filed under Bitcoin.
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According to a Medium post from Hodl Hodl, Bitcoin DeFi lending platform Lend is now available in the United States. The platform enables users to borrow and lend funds on an anonymous, peer-to-peer basis.

Kyle Torpey

Kyle is the creator of The Crypto Feed. Before founding The Crypto Feed, Kyle was a longtime freelance Bitcoin writer at places like Forbes and Bitcoin Magazine.

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