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MATIC’s supply is likely to become deflationary once fee burning commences, according to estimates by the Polygon team.
Ethereum’s EIP-1559 upgrade launches on Polygon to burn MATIC
The Thai revenue department will expedite tax criteria as traders and businesses seek further clarity.
Thailand government to clear up crypto tax confusion
A seven-hour Sequencer outage prevented transactions from being processed for the period, but all is operational again at the time of publication.
Arbitrum network suffers minor outage due to hardware failure
Calculating different gas prices for different resource usage may streamline the current fee structure for Ethereum, according to Buterin.
Vitalik proposes new ‘multidimensional’ Ethereum fee structure
The total monthly active developers measured hit a record high of more than 18,000, but Ethereum retains the largest number of them.
Ethereum dominates among developers, but competitors are growing faster
Around 76% of the total circulating Bitcoin supply is now illiquid according to on-chain analytics from Glassnode.
Wait-and-see approach: 3/4 of Bitcoin supply now illiquid
The chief product officer of Coinbase foresees that there will be more advances in layer-one to layer-two bridges and rollup technologies.
Coinbase exec says major Ethereum scaling improvements coming soon