The Ethermine Ethereum (ETH) miner pool decided to distribute the 10,699 Ether fee between miners as the mysterious sender failed to contact them within four days
Hello Rocket Poolers! Today’s development is chock full of info on our GUI client for staking with Rocket Pool in ETH2.0 as a node…
Ethereum 2.0 testnet received a warm welcome after garnering nearly 20,000 validators in just two days after being launched on April 18. The network gained a high number of validators […]
It’s been a crazy past 24 hours for users of decentralized finance, also known as “DeFi.” Over this time, devious Ethereum users managed to steal over $25 million worth of cryptocurrency from two separate protocols. The second hack, which accounts for the $25 million, is what this article will be focusing on. As it stands, …
Futureswap is a decentralized automated market maker (AMM) perpetual futures platform where users can trade any ERC20 token with up to 20x leverage. These perpetual futures have no time limits and can remain open as long as the trader has enough collateral.Similar to Uniswap, users deposit equal parts of token and stablecoin (i.e. ETH/DAI) and are issued ownership shares of the liquidity pool. With Futureswap, users can enter long or short leveraged future positions which are matched by liquidity pools.
Many DApps have the habit of requiring you to approve effectively unlimited amount of tokens – this also means that the DApp (or the person/entity controlling it) can at any time transfer all of your tokens, without requiring any further approval. This tool shows all approvals for your ERC20-compliant tokens, and the option to change the approved amount – or completely zero it.
TLDR: BUY AND HOLD ETH
Ethereum 2.0 launch is making quite a buzz for various different reasons including the final date of launch. Where there is appreciation there is also some heavy criticism against the […]
Imagine sending $100 to someone. Later, you discover that by doing so you have allowed this person to empty your account. That’s baDAPProve, a common issue in DApps and DeFi.
Dapps have a dirty secret: they can often access an unlimited number of tokens from your wallet. Sounds crazy, but that’s the reality behind the innocuous sounding ERC20 Approve method.
The NYT on how the Venezuelan kleptocrats screwed the dev is the epitome of something-we-all-saw-coming, which you already knew if you’ve read the newsletter for a long time. I got criticism from a bunch of different corners (”oh that’s because you’re an American,” “you can’t say that, people will think it represents us,” etc) for calling the Petro a scam when it was announced, and I ignored it. I don’t know why you got into this space, but I didn’t get into it to help kleptocrat leftist authoritarians.