- The AMM-based DEX utilizes zk-rollup technology to enable swaps and transfers on Ethereum's Layer2.
- An 80 million ZKS airdrop and a 1 million ZKS rewards campaign attracted millions in new volume.
- The high gas fees are making dapps unusable and forcing people to migrate to other blockchains such as Avalanche.
- Fortunately, a layer-2 scheme called a rollup is going to help scale the clogged Ethereum network, that is if DeFi platforms start using it en masse.
- Coinbase will allow users to stake any amount of ETH.
- The exchange will take a 25% cut of the staking rewards users receive.
- New integrations will enable The Graph's APIs to serve data from many different blockchains.
- The company is exploring support for Bitcoin, Polkadot, Cosmos, Solana, Avalanche, Binance Smart Chain, Near, and Celo.
- The collaboration will allow the creation of Ethereum 2.0 withdrawal keys in Securosys' hardware security modules directly from the ConsenSys Codefi Staking API.
- By using a multi key control mechanisms, Securosys ensures stakers never loose control over their ETH 2.0 withdrawal keys.
- Quorum will be made available in about 80 different cities through BSN’s public city nodes in mainland China.
- ConsenSys will also cooperate with the BSN to provide a training program for Quorum in China
- Fireblocks has rolled out staking services for Polkadot, Tezos, and Ethereum 2.0.
- The company's enterprise and institutional clients will be able to increase their yield by 5% to 15%.
- The launch event went without any hiccups, and the first block of Beacon Chain was discovered shortly after 12:00 UTC.
- There are currently 881,728 ETH deposited into the Ethereum 2.0 staking contract, which are likely to remain locked until 2022.
- Bitcoin Suisse will utilize Evolute’s financial services platform to integrate external asset managers and allow them to operate with safety and security.
- The Switzerland-based company also announced that it is ready to handle Ethereum 2.0 staking.