Andrew Thurman is a weekend editor at Cointelegraph, and he writes on emerging projects and blockchain innovations during the week. A reformed English teacher, he has worked in this industry in various capacities since 2017. He spends far too much time tweeting about books, basketball, and blockchain.
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FTX’s Sam Bankman-Fried: Institutions are ‘desperate’ for crypto
The new system will rebalance Uniswap v3 positions every half hour, allowing users to reap additional fees with less single-sided liquidations.
Gelato Network launches ‘G-UNI’ Uniswap v3 management token
In an unusual twist for the latest DeFi exploit, the users were the ones to walk away in profit.
Alchemix patches ‘Reverse Rug’ exploit, address $6.5 million shortfall
Which takes precedence: the open-source ethos of DeFi, or the natural right to protect the fruits of your intellectual labor?
DAOs in court? Curve Finance ponders enforcing license over rival Saddle
Alchemix and Yearn.Finance appear to be squaring off with Curve and PoolTogether, but for now there are harmonious solutions.
As Yearn.Finance’s yield vaults grow, ‘crop’ projects define boundaries
Nvidia’s new Voyager campus is serving as a testing ground for what it will look like when then-metaverse meets the physical world.
Nvidia CEO: We’re ‘on the cusp of’ a blockchain and NFT-enabled metaverse
Nexo believes that in the long run, regulation will help crypto more than hurt.
Nexo in Miami: Crypto interest account giant talks DeFi, institutional adoption