How high leverage crypto lending market collapses
As the number of crypto lending projects increases, the demand for high-quality banks in this space has also increased. However, the current market is in a tailspin and not much can be done about it. Like other asset markets, such as stock and bond trading or real estate development, the crypto lending market faces multiple headwinds: low-interest rates, rising competition, and regulatory uncertainty. Traditional lenders are unwilling to offer crypto loans at competitive rates or as a package deal. Even if they did deliver it at competitive rates, many others would reject it out of hand. This leaves traditional financial institutions as the only alternative left. To avoid becoming an antiquated sector that cannot support itself, we need more than just more conventional lenders. There needs to be a higher level of leverage on offer so that creative digital assets can become its main attraction instead of simply being another commodity — another loan option. Lenders with leveraged portfolios are necessary even if they do not have the best business practices (e.g., investment vehicles). Weakening the competition will only make things harder for traditional players who have grown accustomed to buying their way into certain industries (e.g., oil) or using other conventional means to reach their goals (e.g., banking).
What is the current crypto lending market worth?
There are over 1,000 crypto lending projects in the market. Some of them have raised more money than others and it is not unusual for projects to generate more than the sum of their (usually smaller) parts. However, the total number of lenders in the market would not be significant without the adoption of blockchain and the payment network it creates. However, the market suddenly collapses in early 2022 due to the market downturn. It makes many people wonder why the market is so fragile.
The demand for high quality digital banks
New digital banks are opening their doors worldwide and offering loans to customers in various forms. Some common forms of lending include cash-out refinance, termite and mortgage loan, and money market funds. Other assets usually secure these loans rather than security-rated assets. They may offer higher interest payments…