Illuvium is an open-world role-playing game built on the Ethereum blockchain.
In this week's DeFi newsletter we discuss Cardanoanc founder's admission about his Dapp prediction, Coinbase Cloud's latest Avalanche based developer tool, some of the biggest gainsers and much more.
The debt pool merger of L1 and L2 will begin at 9pm UTC, and is expected to be completed by 11pm UTC.
Charles Hoskinson has cheekily admitted he was wrong, while humble bragging about the state of Cardano. But while the network has seen tremendous growth in 2022, it still lacks the “thousands of DApps” Hoskinson aimed for in 2020.
The Avalanche smart contract platform will enjoy support from developers through the Coinbase Cloud Web3 developer support community. Bitcoin will also be added to the Avalanche Bridge for DeFi exposure.
DeFi is gaining in complexity, meaning its gateways are too
The proposer estimates an upfront expense of up to $100,000 and a recurring cost of $10,000 to set up the foundation
The Li Finance DeFi swap aggregator was exploited for about $600,000 as users who gave infinite approvals for the DEX took the brunt of the damage. The team has reimbursed most users.
Funds will go to hiring personnel and boosting product growth.
Australian fintech company Block Earner is offering everyday investors a fixed yield investment product via direct access to lending in decentralized finance products, Aave and Compound.
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