on the blockchain

Full DNS namespace integration to ENS.

I missed this news last year, but I think it’s quite interesting. You can use a .com (or other) domain name as an address in cryptoland. “For example, if you own “example.com” on DNS, you can import it into ENS […]

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The Ethereum merge is coming.

Here’s Fred Wilson’s take. “The Merge is probably the most important change that a large scaled blockchain has ever undergone. It is not without risk and there is a chance that things will not go smoothly.” He’s excited! He also […]

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Celsius, brr.

Fun stuff from bankruptcy court. The company is screwed, but they have a crypto mining operation, and they want to continue to invest in it despite being screwed. “That’s the thing about bankruptcy that’s oh so beautiful. A company can […]

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Ethereum’s very own death pit.

“In other words, certainly individual users of Ethereum can fall into the death pit by either sending ETH to a sanctioned address or receiving ETH from one. That much seems clear. But what about US-based miners or validators who add […]

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Tornado Cash hijinx.

This blockchain service is used to launder cryptocurrency, and the US government recently banned it. Interacting with it can get your accounts frozen. So someone decided to have some fun: “Max chaos — someone is sending TC’d ETH to big […]

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Helium’s total revenue is $6.5k/month.

“Often cited as one of the best examples of a Web3 use case, [Helium] has received $365M of investment led by @a16z. Regular folks have also been convinced to spend $250M buying hotspot nodes, in hopes of earning passive income.” | learn more