During the last year of beta testing, the crypto and NFT-focused game’s community has grown to over 350,000 people on Discord and over a quarter million on X (formerly Twitter).
These changes are supposed to boost the value of iota tokens for holders and investors, alongside improving network security.
Korean banks are gradually dipping their toes in the market, and gaming firms are trying to capitalize in the crypto-frenzied market.
Coinbase, best-known for being one of the largest crypto exchanges for retail customers, continued its expansion into the professional space with the introduction Tuesday of a Web3 wallet designed to help institutions get into NFTs and other corners of decentralized finance, or DeFi.
A person with knowledge of the matter said the figure was less than the $250 million price tag for custody firm Metaco, which Ripple acquired in May.
OKX, one of the biggest crypto exchanges by trading volume, is planning to enter India to explore potential Web3 applications.
The new feature “Arbitrum Stylus” will make it easy to write smart contracts using computer languages compatible with the WebAssembly or WASM standard – seen as far more common than the Ethereum Virtual Machine or EVM standard that many blockchain developers currently use.
Distributed technologies can reshape supply chains, and help consumers and businesses to make more responsible decisions.
With a nod to Sam Bankman-Fried, CoinDesk staff crowdsource their fears, anxieties and disappointments — for your enjoyment!
But CoinDesk is not abandoning Web3 content.