Category: Ethereum News

Arbitrum Foundation sold 10M ARB tokens to cover operating costs

Arbitrum Foundation has made it clear that the 10M ARM tokens that they sold recently were done to fund pre existing contracts and cover near-term operating costs. One such cost was to cover $3.5M setup costs. Since the DAO organization was established and intended to involve users, the traditional thinking of small team decision-making in companies should be changed. After all, web3 projects come from users and grow with the support of users. 

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Sushiswap DEX served with SEC subpoena

Sushiswap DEX is in deep trouble as their head developer has been served with SEC subpoena. This has called for a legal defense fund that will provide coverage for attorney fees. Amount if you may ask? $3M which will be sent for Kanpai fees, grants and sushi TWAP market sells. 


Platypus DeFi exploited for over 8.5 million dollars

Platypus DeFi that claims to redefine stableswaps and reinventing stablecoins was recently hacked for whopping 8.5 million dollars in total. The developers have confirmed this hack on their official twitter account and have already informed various cryptocurrency exchanges to freeze the funds of the hacker. USDT held by the hacker has already been frozen. 

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TrueFi issues Blockwater notice for $3.4M restructured loan

TrueFi DAO has issued a default notice to Blockwater Technologies for non-payment of $3.4M restructured loan. Out of this loan, the default represents around 2-percent of total value of TrueFi’s DAO. Blockwater Technologies and NWH/Invictus loans represent a total of 0.25% TrueFi’s cryptocurrency loan originations. It shall be noted that this would have no effect of USDC, USDT and TUSD pools of TrueFi. Here’s screenshot of the loan that was taken on Ethereum blockchain around 155 days back.

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