• Brave attracts one million new users
    Ethereum,  Technology

    Brave attracts one million new users in March

    As most of us spend more time at home because of the pandemic, a web browser that pays users in crypto is enjoying a spike in demand

    The co-founder of Firefox parent Mozilla, Eich’s stated aim is to “fix the internet” with Brave—and part of this plan involves paying users in crypto. A share of advertising revenue is distributed to users who agree to view ads in the form of Ethereum-based Basic Attention Tokens. This digital asset can then be cashed in or used to reward content creators on platforms such as YouTube and Twitch.

  • Opera browser integrates Unstoppable’s .crypto
    Cryptocurrencies,  Technology

    Opera browser integrates Unstoppable’s .crypto domain

    The company believes the system driving its blockchain-based domain names has the potential to ‘replace the old internet entirely’

    Unstoppable Domains has partnered with Opera to create decentralized websites using the .crypto extension—a modern alternative to .com, .org, .gov and the rest of the world wide web’s domain names.

  • Full MakerDAO decentralization
    Ethereum,  People,  Technology

    Full MakerDAO decentralization moves closer

    The Maker Foundation took a big step toward relinquishing authority over the DeFi lending platform by turning full control of the MKR governance token over to holders

    The Maker Foundation's decentralization announcement came hot on the heels of a post-Black Thursday debt crisis that threatened to force an emergency shutdown of the MakerDAO decentralized lending platform. That was resolved a day earlier by a reverse auction following a series of votes by MKR token holders.

  • MakerDAO debt auction
    Cryptocurrencies,  Ethereum,  Technology

    MakerDAO debt auction achieves its goal, late bidders reap reward

    Bad debt worth millions of dollars has been covered through the debt auction, but compensating people wiped out by 0 dai bids is still being debated

    MakerDAO has nearly wrapped up its first-ever debt auction—an event designed to cover millions of dollars in bad debt triggered by the ether flash crash on March 12. It seems that those who participated in the debt auction early got a bad deal compared with those who waited to take part later.