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Some Multichain contracts on Ethereum suffered withdrawals of more than half of their deposits, causing on-chain sleuths to fear an exploit is underway. Abnormally large outflows from the Multichain MPC bridge platform are sparking fears of a multi-million dollar exploit.On July 6, observers noticed that approximately $102 million worth of crypto has been withdrawn from


Hong Kong crypto ETFs grow 80% since December, Binance’s co-founder warns against FOMOing into MAV with leverage, and Poly Network is hacked again. Hong Kong crypto ETFs rise to popularityDuring a June 28 interview with Hong Kongs public broadcast agency, Radio Television Hong Kong, Hang Seng Investment Management chief executive and board member Peishan Li


Two blockchain networks had previously announced integration with the Fed’s instant payment service, but they were not found on a new list of certified providers. The Federal Reserve’s upcoming instant payment system, FedNow, released its list of certified “early adopters” on June 29. The organizations on the list have been certified as ready to connect


Twitter users noticed thousands of Safe deployments to Optimism, leading to speculation that it may be an attack, but the developer of Worldcoin confirmed that this activity was merely an app migration. Worldcoin is the cause of a slew of Safe deployments to the Optimism (OP) network over the past week, according to a June


The trading card game, which features NFT cards, will now be available to Epic Games’ 230 million customers. Immutable Games’ Web3 trading card game Gods Unchained is now listed on the Epic Games Store and is available to its 230 million customers, according to a June 21 announcement.Gods Unchained is a collectible trading card game


Apple finally makes a play for gamers, SEC takes aim at Metaverse tokens, CryptoZoo trolled on Steam, memestock lord is GameStop’s new CEO. Gaming on Macs to suck lessIs Apples reign as the worst platform for gaming coming to an end?Amid all the hype about their long-rumored VR/AR headset, which is slated for release in


Hong Kong lays out welcome mat for exchanges, Korean crypto lender contagion, Do Kwon banged up abroad, Bank of China’s Ethereum debt note. Hong Kong lays out the red carpet for crypto exchangesWhile some jurisdictions (cough: America) have adopted a regulation-by-enforcement approach toward crypto, others are doing the opposite. According to a June 15 report


Russia’s second-largest bank’s chairman has predicted the end of U.S. dollar dominance. He believes that the Chinese yuan will replace the U.S. dollar as the dominant currency. “I think that the time has come when China will gradually remove currency restrictions,” he noted, adding that “China understands that they will not become world economic power


Luca Netz suggested that Pudgy Penguins is pushing for Web3/blockchain as a “back end not front end” approach, as it makes its IP as accessible as possible. The CEO of Pudgy Penguins — a nonfungible token project that recently launched a line of “phygitals” on Amazon despite the bear market — has offered one piece


This is an opinion editorial by Konstantin Rabin, a finance and technology writer.Good ol’ bitcoin, the granddaddy of cryptocurrency, is increasingly being used as a reliable store of value for those looking to move away from the more established asset classes as it is continually proving itself as a solid hedge against inflation. In fact


Bakkt’s chief product officer, Dan O’Prey, expressed his optimism about the future of Bitcoin and the company’s outlook on regulated markets when he chatted with Cointelegraph at Bitcoin 2023. The international regulatory environment for cryptocurrency is improving, and the company is eyeing a retail expansion on the continent, Bakkt chief product officer Dan O’Prey said.


The pioneering DAO allegedly offered “risk-free” products that cost American retail investors tens of millions of dollars in losses. A group of investors has filed a class-action suit against the Bancor decentralized autonomous organization (DAO); its operator, BProtocol Foundation; and its founders in the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas. The


Ethereum core developers released patches for Prysm Labs and Teku clients in response to a Beacon Chain issue preventing block finalization. Ethereum core developers rolled out patches for Prysm Labs and Teku clients as a response to two Beacon Chain finality issues within a 24-hour period. The Beacon Chain serves as the consensus layer for


Borrowing positions automatically roll their expiry, and can be refinanced should one party unilaterally decide to terminate. On May 1, nonfungible tokens marketplace Blur launched Blend, a peer-to-peer perpetual lending protocol that supports NFT collateral. Developed with venture capital firm Paradigm, developers cite Blend’s rationale as a means of “financialization to scale.”4/ Every trillion dollar