Crypto Events Recap, November 7-8
Unveiled its new roadmap detailing an expansion of The Graph’s ability to serve web3’s growing demands for data access.
Crypto exchanges Gate and KuCoin are planning to list Sats — a memecoin based on the Ordinals BRC-20 token standard
Deployment of MultiversX infrastructure is now available to millions of developers on the AWS marketplace.
Introduced Wallet as a Service (WaaS) designed for a broad range of clients, from Web3 natives to startups and traditional businesses.
Announced the launch of CMC Labs – A Web3 Startup Accelerator Program, designed to connect builders to the global stage.
Announced the launch of =nil;, a ZK-Rollup, a type of Layer 2 network on Ethereum featuring sharding technology.
Launched a 12-week liquidity and trading stimulus programme with a 12 million ARB (~$13 million) allocated from Arbitrum DAO.
SK Telecom has announced a partnership with Aptos and Atomrigs Lab to further develop its newly launched T wallet.
Unveiled plans to stop supporting Cosmos transactions and focus solely on EVM-based transactions.
Modular blockchain "data availability" solution to rival the recently launched Celestia, launches 'incentivized testnet'
Launched Binance Messenger, which is suspected to be a chat app, on the Apple Store.
The issuer of the USDC stablecoin, is reportedly considering going public early in 2024.