Crypto Events recap, September 26-27
Launched Policy Lab, which will be the "first of its kind" gathering place for academics, policy experts, lawyers, and technologists.
DeXe DAO Studio has partnered with Hacken. Through this partnership, Hacken will build its own DAO using the Studio.
Curve founder Michael Egorov has settled his remaining debt position on the decentralized lending platform Aave.
Partnered with the Spanish Freestyle Football Association to become the title partner of the Freestyle Football Championship.
Chainlink’s Cross-Chain Interoperability Protocol (CCIP) is now available on Base, a Layer 2 network incubated by Coinbase.
Offered the exploiter a $20 million “bug bounty” reward to the attacker who exploited the platform for a reported $200 million.
Announced the launch of a native Staking Platform for MLT and its own Cross-chain Bridge for MLT tokens.
Suffered a hack that resulted in the loss of 5,000 ETH (around $8M), according to company advisor Justin Sun.
Submitted a 1,830,000 ARB grant application proposal to Arbitrum DAO to foster and support liquidity growth.
Web3 developer infrastructure firm has acquired Satsuma, a blockchain data indexing platform, for an undisclosed sum.
Launching its own non-custodial digital wallet that will allow customers to convert fiat to crypto and vice versa.
Seeking to launch stablecoins denominated in the dollar, euro, and yen in Japan next year in partnership with Takeshi Chino.