|Day's Range||0.243 - 0.245|
|52 Week Range||0.2029 - 1.2700|
|Volume (24hr) All Currencies||3.91M|
The 0x project disclosed a potential exploit in its Exchange contract that was discovered by 3rd party security researcher Sam Sun.The post 0x Exchange v2.0 contract shut down and migrated due to potential exploit appeared first on The Block.
Taking donations for XcashToday, Zcash community member `hloo` announced Ycash, advertised as the first “friendly fork” of Zcash. The friendly fork is originally a Zooko construction, with him noting that, distinct from most other chain forks, a friendly fork results when there’s one persistent blockchain and no schism in the community.The post Money 2.0 Stuff: Fork this newsletter to take my salary appeared first on The Block.
The startup investing space is generally a gated community closely guarded by network effects and accredited investor laws. Flux intends to change that.The post Flux wants to let you bet on the success or failure of startups appeared first on The Block.
US Corporate Governance participation, a benchmark for token participation overtime? In evaluating governance participation it's helpful to have a benchmark to make relative comparisons against.The post Monitoring voter turnout across token governance: Part 1 appeared first on The Block.
0x is a protocol built on the Ethereum blockchain aimed at facilitating peer-to-peer exchanges of Ethereum-based assets. The protocol was created by Will Warren, a structural engineering Ph.D. drop out, and Amir Bandeali, a former DRW trader.Warren was a student at the University of California, San Diego when Ethereum was first announced to the world. According to Warren, “when Ethereum came out, it struck me as the most important invention since the Internet, and I really quickly lost interest in everything else.” In June 2016, Warren decided to drop out of his Ph.D. program and focus his time on Ethereum, creating a tokenized derivative product.The post 0x, the zero exchange protocol appeared first on The Block.
Now you can make money when their prices fall via Compound, which launches its money market protocol for shorting cryptocurrencies today. The Coinbase and Andreessen Horowitz-funded startuptoday opens its simple web interface allowing users to borrow and short Ethereum, 0x's ZRX, Brave's BAT, and Augur's REP token, or lend them through Compound to earn interest. Compound users visit its site through a Web3 browser such as MetaMask or Coinbase Wallet and enter their Ethereum price.
Think Markets chief financial analyst says signs are pointing to a bull run for Bitcoin, and it could pass the $10k mark. Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith, Akiko Fujita, Dan Roberts and Melody Hahm discuss.