AkuDreams Griefed: Careless Code Leads To $45 Million Locked

Refundable auctions are a hot topic today on Twitter. There was the wildly successful Anata NFT drop… and then there was the AkuDreams auction. The auction required users to transfer funds with their bid, and allowed them to claim a refund afterwards if the Dutch auction price dropped below their bid. However, a bug in … Read more

What Is An ERC-1155 Token?

There’s a lot to keep up with in crypto, and token standards are no different. The industry is still young, and best practices are still evolving. You may already be familiar with the ERC-20 fungible token and the ERC-721 nonfungible token (NFT) standards. But wait, there’s more! What is an ERC-1155 token, and why do … Read more

How To Manually Revoke Token Approvals Without Etherscan

I recently did a guest post for the BowTiedBull Substack, diving into how tokens work and common user pitfalls. One of the most requested followups was how to manually revoke token approvals without Etherscan, in case one of the helpers like Etherscan’s approval tool or Revoke.cash went down. The answer to that question is simple, … Read more

The Tweet DAO – One Week, 2,125 Tweets Later

Last week, social experiment The Tweet DAO took crypto Twitter by storm. I covered the story soon after the project’s launch (read here), and there was already plenty of material to write on. The project was still young though, and anything could happen, so I followed, and eagerly awaited future developments. Here’s what’s going on … Read more

What Is The Tweet DAO?

What is the Tweet DAO? The novel social media NFT project is a collection of 1000 NFTs, each of which gives the holder the right to post a single tweet from the DAO’s handle every 24 hrs. The phenomenon has taken crypto twitter by storm, with the handle amassing over 5,000 followers over a few … Read more

The Importance of Hardware Wallets

When you keep your coins on Coinbase, Binance, Crypto.com, and all other centralized exchanges you leave them vulnerable to bad actors. Worst part of all? You don’t own the coins, the exchange does because the exchange has your keys. If you’re serious about crypto you need a hardware wallet. “Not Your Keys, Not Your Coins.”

GameStop NFT Marketplace Launching Q2 2022

GameStop NFT logo

The crossover episode that both r/WallStreetBets and Crypto Twitter apes have long anticipated is finally in sight. GameStop announced that they expect to launch the GameStop NFT marketplace “by the end of the second quarter of fiscal year 2022” during their Q4’FY22 earnings call. Since GameStop reports with the calendar year, this means a launch … Read more