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The individual who exploited the protocol intends to keep a 10% bounty of the stolen funds.
Team Finance hacker returns $7M to associated projects after exploit
Ana Paula Pereira
2022-10-31T18:00:00+00:00
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TRIP protocol allows drivers and ride-sharing companies to compete for riders, as blockchain enables disruption in existing markets.
Solana-based protocol seeking to decentralize ride-sharing raises $9M
Ana Paula Pereira
2022-10-27T22:30:00+01:00
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Polygon-bridged cryptocurrencies like Ether, USDC, Dai and Wrapped Bitcoin are coming to BitPay later this week.
BitPay to introduce USDC and ETH payments on Polygon network
Helen Partz
2022-10-26T14:16:13+01:00
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Since Binance announced it would auto-convert USDC, USDP and TUSD into BUSD on Sept. 6, BUSD’s share of the total stablecoin market has risen from 10.01% to 15....
A stablecoin's rise in market share has ignited the ‘Second Great Stablecoin War’
Brayden Lindrea
2022-10-24T04:10:39+01:00
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The exchange stated the stablecoin is purchased at three times the rate with U.S. dollars compared with other fiat currencies.
USDC adoption is lagging outside of the United States: Coinbase
Judith BannermanQuist
2022-10-21T07:28:01+01:00
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$500 million of the funds currently collateralizing the Dai stablecoin will be reallocated to U.S. Treasurys and corporate bonds in an effort to provide the pro...
MakerDAO goes ahead with $500M investment in treasuries and bonds
Luke Huigsloot
2022-10-07T02:56:03+01:00
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A combination of centralization and decentralization is a perfect mix for the development of crypto and DeFi, according to a Swiss National Bank official.
Central banks can push DeFi into mainstream — Swiss National Bank official
Helen Partz
2022-09-30T10:26:36+01:00
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Bitcoin looks suitable for Russia’s crypto cross-border payments at first glance, but there are many reasons why such a choice is highly questionable.
Russia unlikely to choose Bitcoin for cross-border crypto payments: Analysis
Helen Partz
2022-09-29T12:30:00+01:00
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