• Harvest bounty after DeFi hack
    Alt coins

    Harvest offers $100K bounty to track down hacker—while claiming to know who stole $24M

    ‘You’ve proven your point… thousands of people are acting as collateral damage,’ the decentralized finance protocol writes on Twitter

    The decentralized protocol is offering a $100,000 bounty for information that leads them to the attacker responsible for the heist, which triggered a dramatic run. But, Harvest also said it has a pretty good idea who the hacker is.

  • digital yuan work AliPay WeChat Pay

    China’s digital yuan will not compete with AliPay or WeChat Pay

    Despite threatening an anti-trust investigation this summer, the head of China’s digital currency said it will co-exist with the two dominant mobile payment services

    Mu Changchun, the head of the research institute for digital currency at the People’s Bank of China, said that the central bank digital currency won’t compete with the two services, which together hold 94% of the market.

  • Opinion,  Politics

    CEO of ‘apolitical’ Coinbase shares blog post about voting for Kanye West

    Brian Armstrong is being accused of hypocrisy for his now-deleted tweet after announcing an apolitical policy that caused dozens of staffers to resign; Ethereum creator Vitalik Buterin came to his defense

    In a move that will likely infuriate staffers further, Coinbase’s CEO Brian Armstrong has already violated the no politics policy that he was insistent on enforcing.

  • Hodl Hodl no KYC DeFi

    P2P Bitcoin exchange Hodl Hodl launches lending with no KYC

    The non-custodial exchange says it’s combining the best of the DeFi and Bitcoin spaces

    Hodl Hodl explains that the system allows anyone to become a lender or a borrower, set their own terms and create offers, all in a simple P2P Bitcoin decentralized finance (DeFi) system with no identity checks. Furthermore, the system will be borderless—nations have no meaning—with no fiat or custody.

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