Crypto Events Recap, September 16-18
To conduct a major Stardust hardfork that will introduce an ecosystem fund, a new blockchain, and increase the supply by 60%. The Stardust hard fork is planned for an Oct.4 release and will lay the technical bedrock for IOTA 2.0, which is planned to go live in Q4 of this year.
Integrated Chainlink Cross-Chain Interoperability Protocol (CCIP) across the Arbitrum, Avalanche, Ethereum, and other mainnets. This protocol not only helps enable liquidity to flow effortlessly across the multi-chain ecosystem, but it also provides robust security features.
Holesky testnet experienced an error that will require another launch attempt expected in 1-2 weeks.
MetaMask Wallet, one of the most widely used and popular digital asset wallets, now supports Tezos blockchain.
Passed the vote to launch freezing steward, allowing the emergency admin to freeze reserves across all networks.
BSCStation rebranded to "BSCS" - a move aimed at presenting its product more effectively and boosting recognition.
Trading activity has reached new lows accounting $5.09 million on September 16th amid executive departures.
Announced that unclaimed funds from its first airdrop will be directly distributed to the remaining eligible addresses.
Vance Spencer, co-founder of Framework Ventures, proposed a new method of token distribution: sell tax instead of lock-up.
Halted its operations after its community rejected the proposal to fund next three months of its operational costs.