Tender.fi, a whitewashing hacker targeting a decentralized finance (DeFi) protocol, received a $1.6 million error bounty of stolen ETH 62.15 on Tuesday. According to the group’s report, the borrower was able to borrow $1.59 million worth of the property on March 7, 2010, even though the borrower had only deposited 1 GMX. of loans” minus error reward.
The Hedera Network core team recently discovered a vulnerability on the network where hackers could steal funds through user accounts on decentralized exchanges (DEXs). “Today, attackers used the Hedera Mainnet’s smart contract service token to transfer Hedera Token Service tokens held by victims’ accounts to their own accounts,” they tweeted, adding: “To prevent the attacker from stealing more tokens, Hedera has disabled the Mainnet’s proxies, which They removed the user’s access to the network The team has identified the root cause of the problem The solution is in progress.
Social network news
Meta is working on a decentralized script application, codenamed P92, MoneyControl reported. It supports ActivitPub, the decentralized social networking protocol that rivals Mastodon’s Twitter and other federation-based apps. We are looking for an independent decentralized social network to share text updates. “We believe there is an opportunity for a dedicated space where creators and public representatives can share current updates about their interests,” said a Meta spokesperson.
Al Qaeda news
The Securities and Exchange Commission of Thailand (SEC) has announced that it is seeking public comment on draft regulation that would prohibit Virtual Asset Service Providers (VASPs) from offering any form of cryptocurrency storage and credit operations. Essentially, the draft regulation prohibits digital asset business operators from: accepting deposits of digital assets from customers and lending, investing in, merging or using these digital assets; Accepting deposits of digital assets from customers and paying regular benefits or other benefits from their own funds, unless such activities are subject to the laws of sales promotion, receiving deposits from other service providers and promotion, persuasion or in any other way to support credit services.
Calypso Group’s cryptocurrency processing and acquisition platform Calypso Payments has announced the launch of its own blockchain and the first major platform update. According to the press release, Calypso Payments 2.0 reduces transaction fees by up to 20 percent. The company has doubled the speed and added car transfer services, now the commission is deducted from the same amount spent on the transaction, the minimum payment amount has been reduced from $100 to $1, and users can charge and withdraw without limits. Among other benefits.
Starbucks Odyssey, the coffee company’s Web3 loyalty program, unveiled its first limited edition non-blockable tokens (NFTs) on March 10, consisting of 2,000 digital “stamps” in the “Siren Collection.” The program is in invite-only beta, and allows members to complete certain tasks, such as quizzes and in-store purchases, to earn extra stamps and points. NFTs can be collected or resold on the Nifty Gateway marketplace.
Digital Asset Trading Fineqia International’s analysis of cryptocurrency as an underlying asset showed that assets under management (AUM) rose 1% in February, while the market capitalization of cryptocurrencies rose 1.5% in the same period. Total cryptocurrency ETP AUM rose to $28 billion from $27.7 billion between February 1 and March 1, while the total number of listed ETPs decreased from 164 to 155. The total value of cryptocurrency crossed the $1 trillion mark, closing the month at $1.07 trillion. . It rose slightly from $1.05 trillion in January. Annual data shows a 37% decrease in the total cryptocurrency market cap compared to the total of $1.7 trillion on March 1, 2022.