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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The liquidity aggregator just beefed up its functionality with the Limit Order Protocol, a new tool that may have use cases beyond DEXes.
1inch releases composable Limit Order Protocol
An ETH, WBTC, and USDT trading pool is live on Ethereum, and more trading pairs and pools are expected to be added to the platform in the coming weeks.
Curve Finance’s new release positions project for AMM takeover
The collective's power has been waning in recent years, showing more bark than bite.
Hacktivist collective Anonymous takes aim at Elon Musk. Who cares?
While some made out the announcement from a Lightning Wallet developer to be historic, the market seems to think it's ho-hum.
Traders, analysts offer mixed reactions to El Salvador’s BTC announcement
Layer-2, DEX liquidity pool position strategies, and insurance is on the horizon for the rapidly-expanding team.
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