The blockchain ensures that value moves securely and trustlessly, but it’s not very user friendly to interact with. That’s why crypto protocols build frontends – websites that help you seamlessly interact with the on-chain contracts. But what if a frontend website goes down, is compromised, or blocks your address? Knowing how to use DeFi without
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Less than 2 weeks until The Ethereum Mainnet Merge, and expectations are high for Chainlink to launch Cross-Chain Interoperability Protocol (CCIP) and LINK Staking by the end of 2022.
DogeChain is a layer-2 network built for the meme coin DogeCoin ($DOGE) that is trying to rival the main crypto networks…
One Solana dev made a dozen alter egos to create 75% of activity on Solana and scam users into thinking there was more TVL than…
The US Department of Treasury OFAC has added the crypto-mixer, Tornado Cash, to its highest sanction list, the SDN List. This means…
Updates and answers from the SOL exploit on Slope and Phantom hot wallets. Explanations and statements from Slope and Solana provided.
Ongoing widespread Solana exploit with more than $5M actively stolen. Covering the ongoing story now with updates as more information is released.
Cross-chain bridges are juicy, juicy targets for hackers. The three largest DeFi exploits ever were bridges. Now, Nomad joins the ranks. The Nomad Bridge was hacked on August 1st, 2022 for a catastrophic loss of over $190M USD worth of tokens. Nomad was the canonical bridge for Evmos, Moonbeam, and Milkomeda chains. If you have
The Ethereum Mainnet merge with the Beacon Chain will bring the end of Proof-of-Work for Ethereum and execute the permanent transition to Proof-of-Stake. The final testnet merge that stands in the way of Ethereum’s merge is the Goerli merge.