EthHub Weekly #150

dYdX year in review, Kyber 3.0 announced, the state of eth2 and much more!


Curated by Anthony Sassano (@sassal0x) and Eric Conner (@econoar)


🚀 All Time High

Well ETH reached it’s all time high last week and I was finally let out of Twitter jail but then, of course, it fell back down and just recently it crossed its all time high again - crypto volatility never ceases to amaze me! I wrote some more of my thoughts about the all time high here.

In some personal news, I have stepped down from my full time marketing position at Set Protocol but have stayed on as an advisor to the team. I now work full time for Ethereum and you can read this thread here for more info!

Josh Stark and Evan Van Ness posted a great 2020 roundup of all things Ethereum which you can read here. I particularly liked how they broke the year down into the different themes that we saw play out - it was fun to revisit it all.

Lastly, I joined the Bankless guys last week to talk about the DeFi Pulse Index which you can watch here.

Have a great week everyone!

Anthony


News of the Week

💰 Coinbase to Offer Secondary Market for Private Shares

Coinbase — the largest cryptocurrency exchange in the U.S. — alerted shareholders that the firm would launch a secondary market for its private stock on Nasdaq Private Market. 

The move comes ahead of the firm's much-anticipated public market debut. Coinbase, which filed a confidential S-1 in mid-December, said that it would provide further details to shareholders on Monday about the secondary market launch.

"On Monday, January 25 at noon PT you will receive an email from the Nasdaq Private Market with details, including how you can access the market, what shares are eligible for trading, and how the market will function," the message explained.

The move will likely allow current and former employees with vested equity in the firm to sell shares. Nasdaq Private Market offers services for companies ahead of an IPO, including "controlled liquidity programs for pre-IPO companies looking to raise secondary capital for shareholders and investors."

⚖️ US Senate Committee Clears Janet Yellen Nomination for Treasury Secretary

Janet Yellen, the former chairwoman of the U.S. Federal Reserve, moved one step closer to becoming the Biden administration's Treasury Secretary on Friday morning.

The Senate Finance Committee unanimously cleared Yellen's nomination, setting the stage for a full floor vote. Such a vote may come as soon as Friday afternoon based on the pace of confirmations for U.S. President Joe Biden's Cabinet nominations. Yellen is likely to clear a full vote given the 26-0 committee vote.

Assuming Yellen takes the helm at Treasury, she will oversee a government department that has grown its regulatory footprint in the crypto space in recent years.

Yesterday, written testimony published by the Senate indicated that Yellen may take a middle-of-the-road approach to her department's crypto oversight, arguing that the U.S. government should be mindful of both potential benefits and risks.


Project Updates

Berlin Network Upgrade Almost Ready

Ethereum’s next upgrade is almost ready with clients having almost all of the EIPs merged into their codebase.

The State of 1559 - Update 006

Restart of the testnet, polishing of the spec, new simulations & analysis and much more in this weeks state of 1559!

The State of Eth2, Jan 2021

In this update, Danny Ryan runs through a recap of eth2, where we’re at today with developments (on both eth1 and eth2) and where we’re going in the future - highly recommend giving it a read!

Prysmatic Labs 2021 Update

This update from PryLabs goes through a summary of 2020 and what they have in the pipeline for 2021.

Rocket Pool — Staking Protocol Part 1

In this post, David Rugendyke explains how decentralized staking on the Rocket Pool network will work.

dYdX - 2020 in Review

dYdX had a monster year of growth in 2020 and in this blog post they recap it all from trading growth on the platform to new team members joining.

Kyber V3 Announced

A major revamp is coming to Kyber Network with a host of new features being planned - all of that is detailed in this new blog post.

Lighthouse Update #33

This update outlines the plans for Lighthouse over the coming year and provides a great summary of the state of research and development of eth2.

Brave Browser Integrates IPFS Protocol

Brave has become the first major browser maker to support IPFS, a peer-to-peer protocol meant for accessing decentralized or censored content.

Arbitrum Rollup Plan

Arbitrum plans to support a community chain that uses just ETH for transaction fees (no new token).


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EthHub Weekly #149

Optimism live on mainnet, Fei Protocol introduced, Curve x Synthetix cross-asset swaps now live and much more!


Curated by Anthony Sassano (@sassal0x) and Eric Conner (@econoar)


😭 Where Art Thou All Time High?

As I’m sure you’re all aware, I’ve been unable to tweet for quite a while now as I said I wouldn’t tweet again until ETH hit its all time high of $1,420. Well, it hasn’t hit it yet and it keeps teasing me (and all of you) every day! Though, I do really enjoy the memes that the community has been putting together in my absence - keep them coming! Hopefully I’ll be back to tweeting soon as ETH is almost at all time high!

Just a quick shout-out to ETHGlobal who are hiring for a Marketing & Growth Lead and a Partnerships Coordinator - if that’s something you’re interested in you can head here for more details.

Lastly, I joined the guys at ‘Show Me the Crypto’ to discuss all things Ethereum and you can watch that here.

Have a great week everyone!

Anthony


News of the Week

🤔 Gemini Considers Going Public

Tyler and Cameron Winkelvoss are exploring a stock market debut for crypto exchange Gemini, according to a report by Bloomberg News

In an interview with Bloomberg, the twins–who founded the exchange in 2013—said that going public is one option they are currently exploring for the firm. 

"We are watching the market and we are also having internal discussions on whether it makes sense for us at this point in time," Cameron Winklevoss, co-founder of Gemini, said. 

Gemini would join a growing list of crypto firms with ambitions to tap into the public markets. Some firms—including Bakkt and Coinbase—are further along in their journey. Bakkt announced at the beginning of the week that it would go public through a merger with a special purpose acquisition vehicle. Coinbase filed a confidential S-1 to go public at the end of last year. 

🏦 Anchorage Nabs national Bank Charter From OCC

Anchorage has won the race to become the first federally chartered digital asset bank by obtaining a national bank charter from the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC).

The institutional crypto custodian is now on even firmer footing with its designation as a "Qualified Custodian" under the Securities and Exchange Commission's (SEC) requirements. Investment advisers have to keep client funds and securities with those that meet the qualified custodian standard, usually banks or registered broker-dealers.

In a statement, the OCC highlighted the "conditional approval" of Anchorage's banking bid.

"The OCC granted a national trust bank charter to Anchorage after thorough review of the company and its current operations.  As an enforceable condition of approval, the company entered into an operating agreement which sets forth, among other things, capital and liquidity requirements and the OCC’s risk management expectations," the regulator said.


Project Updates

What’s New in Eth2 - 15 January 2021

Your first eth2 recap of the year coming at you from Ben Edgington with updates on the Beacon Chain, recent slashing, testnets, what’s next for eth2 and more.

Optimism Mainnet Soft Launch

The first phase of Optimisms layer 2 network has gone live with Synthetix being the first app on the network. You can read Synthetix’s announcement post here.

Cross-Asset Swaps Now Live on Curve

Curve now allows you to use Synthetix to do cross-asset swaps with minimal slippage and fees. Read more about it here.

Introducing Fei Protocol

Fei Protocol aims to build a new decentralized, fair, liquid, and scalable stablecoin that exhibits a high fidelity peg.

Synthetix 2021 Detailed

Synthetix is poised to have a big 2021 with a lot of updates coming to the protocol - read the above post to get the full breakdown.

Charm Live on Mainnet

Charm is a new decentralized options protocol. It uses an innovative mechanism that can create options markets which are liquid and cheap for users to trade on.

mStable SAVE v2 Now Live

mStable SAVE v2 is a tokenized savings account that is available to be used by anyone from anywhere!

UNI Grants Applications Now Open

The first wave of UNI grants has the goal of funding projects working on usability, community and tooling.

Notional Launches Out of Beta

Notional allows you to borrow assets at a fixed rate and you can currently borrow USDC and DAI at less than 5%.

Yield Protocol Releases RateLock

RateLock is a new tool that allows Dai borrowers on Maker to lock-in a low interest rate with as little as one click.

Yam 2020 Recap & 2021 Roadmap

In this post, the Yam team gives a recap of all that happened in 2020 and provides a roadmap update covering all the features coming to the protocol in 2021.

Oiler Research — EIP-1559 BASEFEE manipulations

Oiler is a protocol for blockchain native derivatives and will soon launch a set of instruments based on hashrate, block gas limit and block times. Oiler is currently working on bringing fully native gas price derivatives to Ethereum with the advent of EIP-1559 and the post above describes this in-depth.

Biconomy Announces $1.5M Seed Round

The round was led by Eden Block with participation from other top investors including Fenbushi Capital, Binance, DACM, Outlier Ventures, Zee Prime Capital, Woodstock Capital, and MiH Ventures.

Vector on Mainnet

This marks the start of the multi-chain Ethereum ecosystem, where users can seamlessly interact with wallets and applications running on a variety of different L2s and shards, all without ever needing to know it’s happening.

Primitive 2021

The Primitive protocol’s first option market successfully concluded, signalling the first step over the starting line. The next option markets have already been deployed, and V2 development has started.

Lattice1 Firmware V10.1 Released

This new firmware adds several new major features including human-readable contract interactions, permissioned signing and more. GridPlus also published their January update here.

Introducing Coinbase Asset Hub

The Coinbase Asset Hub is an interface for digital asset issuers to manage the full lifecycle of their assets.


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EthHub Weekly #148

OCC gives greenlight to banks to facilitate stablecoin payments, Gitcoin's year in review, Alpha Homora v2 detailed and much more!


Curated by Anthony Sassano (@sassal0x) and Eric Conner (@econoar)


📉 Volatility Coming at You

What a wild week of volatility in the crypto markets - we started the week at around a $1,000 ETH and now we’re pretty much back at that price after going up to $1,350. Unfortunately, this means I am still unable to post on Twitter due to a silly promise that I made a couple of days ago - I hope I don’t have to wait a few weeks to tweet!

On a more positive note, Eric and I will be back doing the weekly EthHub recap podcast from today so be sure to subscribe so that you don’t miss it - there’s obviously a lot to talk about!

Have a great week everyone!

Anthony


News of the Week

🤯 Federally Chartered Banks Can Facilitate Stablecoin Payments, Says U.S Regulator

National banks and federal savings associations can use public blockchains and stablecoins for settlement, The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) said in an interpretive letter published late Monday.

The letter indicates that banks and savings associations can now run crypto nodes and utilize associated stablecoins for "permissible payment activities." This means banks can use public blockchains to validate, store, record and settle payment transactions as long as they're compliant with existing laws.

It also specifically mentions the use of stablecoins for transactions, saying blockchain networks can mitigate costs for cross-border transactions as a "cheaper, faster, and more efficient" means of payment. For that reason, it's empowering banks to utilize blockchains and their stablecoins for converting to and from fiat during remittances — and even issue stablecoins if they so choose.

🤡 Block.one CTO Daniel Larimer Announces Resignation

Daniel Larimer, the chief technology officer of crypto project Block.one, announced his resignation on Sunday. 

In a blog post, Larimer said that he resigned from the project at the end of last year, noting that "all good things must come to an end."

Block.one, which is the firm behind the EOS blockchain, raised $4 billion to build out a rival to Ethereum. Larimer has been with the company since April 2017.

"I will continue on my mission to create free market, voluntary solutions for securing life, liberty, property, and justice for all," Larimer wrote. "I do not know exactly what is next, but I am leaning toward building more censorship resistant technologies."

Still, Larimer said that he will turn his attention to creating tools that allow people to "secure their own freedom."


Project Updates

Gitcoin Year in Review

Gitcoin had an amazing 2020 and in this post they detail all that they accomplished including over $10 million being paid out to open source developers, 5 Gitcoin Grants rounds, 14 hackathons and more.

MetaCartel 2020 Recap

MetaCartel had a great 2020 with the continued success of the grants program, their presence at different Ethereum events and a recap of the MetaCartel family of projects.

Tether to Launch on Hermez

Stablecoin Tether (USDT) is launching on Hermez Network, an Ethereum Layer 2 scaling solution that uses ZK-Rollups. Hermez said USDT will go live on the network when its mainnet launches in the coming weeks.

Sushiswap 2021 Roadmap

In this update, the Sushiswap team details their 2021 roadmap including BentoBox, Governance updates, layer 2 work and more.

mStable Dev Update — December 2020

The protocol development team shipped MIP-3 and MIP-4, and spent the majority of their time working on SAVE v2, mBTC and the new AMM. The front end team also focused their time on design and development work to compliment the eventual deployment of SAVE v2, mBTC and the new AMM.

Gas improvements were also launched for the mStable platform.

Alpha Homora V2 Detailed

Alpha Homora v2 includes a new logo, new user interface, more functionalities, and more partners including Balancer, Curve, Cream and Sushiswap.

Furucombo Raises $1.85 Million

The round was backed by SevenX Ventures, Defiance Capital, 1kx, Multicoin Capital, and Aave founder Stani Kulechov, among others. With fresh capital at hand, Furucombo looks to expand its team and launch version 2 of its platform.

Umbrella Internal Alpha

The Umbrella Internal Alpha began last week and is live on mainnet with a $10,000 cap on funds. The intent is for user’s to test functionality in production with small capital amounts.

ShapeShift Goes DeFi

The Colorado-based non-custodial exchange is now routing orders through decentralized finance (DeFi) applications in a bid to get rid of know-your-customer (KYC) regulations that gutted the cryptocurrency trading platform back in 2018.

Yam.Finance Update

A recap of products launched, treasury growth, DAO updates and a look ahead to what’s coming in 2021.

Announcing Futureswap V2 Beta

V2 of Futureswap provides features that serious traders expect, including live pricing, more performant trading, and higher capital efficiency. Core features such as AMM style liquidity providing, incentivized usage, and community governance remain mostly unchanged.

Airswap 2021 Revamp

Airswap – the decentralized p2p trading protocol – is planning on a major revamp in early 2021, based on this announcement there seems to be major changes coming to the protocol from a smart contract, tokenomics, and even branding level.

EthBlock.art Now Live

EthBlock.art allows anyone to express their creativity using blockchain data and the styles made by talented creative coders and artists in the space.


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EthHub Weekly #147

USDC v2, Illuvium announced, Opyn v2 is live, 2020 year in reviews and much more!


Curated by Anthony Sassano (@sassal0x) and Eric Conner (@econoar)


[Sponsored] We at Perpetual Protocol believe in a future where trading derivatives is similar to trading on Uniswap - permissionless, borderless, and always open.

To achieve this vision, we build a derivative DEX with virtual AMMs so that people can trade perpetual contracts without the need for a counterparty. What’s more, in the future, people can create perpetual markets and get a cut of the transaction fees, akin to the LPs on Uniswap.

If you believe in what we believe, or simply want to try it out, please go to perp.exchange. You can also check our documentation to see how the system works.


🎉 Hello 2021

Well, what an amazing way to start 2021 hey? ETH blasted through $800, then $900 then $1000, then $1100 before finally topping out and settling back in the $900’s. Obviously many in the community were celebrating this wild price movement but let’s not forget to stay grounded during these exciting times!

Eric and I put out our 2021 predictions for Ethereum last week which you can find here and here. I also put together a yearly recap video on The Daily Gwei YouTube channel which you can check out here.

Have a great week everyone!

Anthony


News of the Week

🤔 2017 Parity Wallet Hacker Begins Moving ETH

After over three years of inactivity, an address associated with one of the largest hacks on Ethereum has begun to move ETH. In 2017, Parity lost over 150,000ETH (roughly $30M at the time of the hack) to a hacker who exploited a vulnerability in its multi-sig software wallet. At that time, it was the second-largest hack on Ethereum. The hacker then distributed 70,000 ETH evenly across seven wallets, one of which began to convert roughly 300 ETH to renBTC on December 27, 2020.

Address 0x4de76b3dfd38292ba71cf2465ca3a1d526dcb567 still holds 9,229 ETH and has not made any moves since December 27. None of the other addresses associated with the Parity hack have moved their ETH.

⚖️ BitGo Settles With US Treasury Over Sanctions Violations

Crypto firm BitGo has settled with the U.S. Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) for apparent violations of sanctions programs.

According to OFAC, BitGo failed to prevent persons located in sanctioned jurisdictions, such as Crimea, Cuba, Iran, Sudan, and Syria, to open accounts and use its "hot wallet" services. The apparent violations occurred between 2015 and 2019, where BitGo processed 183 digital currency transactions, totaling nearly $9,130.

OFAC said BitGo had reason to know that some of its users were located in sanctioned countries based on those users' IP addresses, but failed to implement controls at the time of the transactions. As BitGo did not voluntarily self-disclose the apparent violations, it will pay a fine. 

The firm has agreed to pay $98,830 to settle its potential civil liability. Penalty for such cases can go up to $53 million, but this case is "non-egregious," said OFAC, adding that BitGo cooperated with the investigation, took remedial measures, and hired a chief compliance officer.


Project Updates

What’s New in Eth2 - 30 December 2020

A short update from Ben this week with a look at the state of the beacon chain, the testnets and a few blog posts.

2020 ETHGlobal Developer Survey

In this post, the ETHGlobal team provides a comprehensive report of the data that they gathered from Ethereum devs.

USDC v2 Upgrade Detailed

In this post, Coinbase details how they upgraded their USDC token to v2 on Ethereum.

Illuvium Announced

Illuvium is a decentralized, NFT collection and auto battler game built on the Ethereum network. Integrated with the hyper-scalable Immutable-X L2 solution, players of Illuvium gain access to zero gas fees for minting or exchanging of assets as well as sub-second transaction times, all with user maintained custody.

Yam Treasury Quarterly Update

A bunch of updates from the Yam team about the treasury, its investments, the Yam DAO Set and more.

Oiler Vision Detailed

In this post, Antonio from the Oiler team details the vision for their blockchain native derivatives protocol.

Optimism: Year in Review

The Optimism team reviews their 2020 and also updates us on their roadmap - they expect their “soft mainnet” to go live on January 15th running a full Synthetix experience!

Zapper 2020 Recap

In this post, Seb from Zapper details the massive year that the project had from officially launching in May to processing $1bil worth of volume for the year.

Alpha Finance Lab 2020 Review and 2021 Preview

A review of Alpha Finance Lab’s 2020 and a preview of their 2021 plans including launching the AlphaX public testnet and mainnet.

Uniswap's Year in Review: 2020

Uniswap had an explosive year in 2020 and in this post they recap the launch of their v2, the growth of their liquidity and of course, the launch of the UNI token.

Fuel v1 Live on Mainnet

Fuel brings scalability to Ethereum for a range of payments-focused applications. You can check out their v1 here.

EPNS Wrap Up

EPNS had a big year in 2020 as it marked the year of their birth, their first product launches and their recent fundraise.

Opyn v2 is Live

Opyn v2 is now live on mainnet and with it comes a host of new features including margin improvements, European cash-settled options, earning yield on collateral and much more!

Synthetix 2020 Review

The Synthetix team reviews the big 2020 that they had going over their product releases, general growth, layer 2 experiments and more.

Grantee Roundup December 2020

The latest update on the teams that the Ethereum Foundation is supporting via the ecosystem support program including EIP-1559, Gitcoin and more.

Cairo Toolchain Released

The first version of the Cairo Toolchain from StarkWare has been released and is now ready for developers to use.

Primitive is Live on Mainnet

Primitive is a new protocol that harnesses the power of simplicity to deliver tokenized options for any asset on Ethereum and it’s now live on mainnet.

Vector Launch Plan

In this post, the Connext team outlines their mainnet rollout and full decentralization timeline for Vector.


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EthHub Weekly #146

Dark Forest v0.5 now live, 1inch token launched, Rhonin public testnet released and much more!


Curated by Anthony Sassano (@sassal0x) and Eric Conner (@econoar)


📓 The Haiku Book

Before crypto Twitter, there was crypto Reddit - a very popular place and home for cryptocurrency enthusiasts to talk about projects they were interested in and celebrate the epic volatility that is the crypto markets. The ‘/r/ethtrader Daily Thread’ (and ‘/r/ethfinance Daily Thread’) was a home for people to come in every day and comment on the price of ETH and other cryptocurrencies. One day, back in 2019, a user going by the name of ‘SingleStateSerenity’ decided to post one haiku every day in the daily thread and now Reddit users ‘Krokodilmannchen’ and ‘_kitteh’ have put those haikus into a book - aptly titled ‘The Haiku Book’ - you can read the full details about it here and watch the trailer here.

Eric and I joined DCinvestor on an interview hosted by David Hoffman and Ryan Sean Adams of Bankless to give The Bull Case for Ethereum - watch that here.

Have a great week everyone!

Anthony


News of the Week

⚖️ SEC Files Lawsuit Against Ripple and Two Executives

The Securities and Exchange Commission has filed a lawsuit against Ripple, CEO Brad Garlinghouse and co-founder Chris Larsen for conducting what the regulator alleged to be a $1.3 billion unregistered securities sale. 

The complaint "alleges that Ripple raised funds, beginning in 2013, through the sale of digital assets known as XRP in an unregistered securities offering to investors in the U.S. and worldwide. Ripple also allegedly distributed billions of XRP in exchange for non-cash consideration, such as labor and market-making services," per a statement, which adds:

"According to the complaint, in addition to structuring and promoting the XRP sales used to finance the company's business, Larsen and Garlinghouse also effected personal unregistered sales of XRP totaling approximately $600 million. The complaint alleges that the defendants failed to register their offers and sales of XRP or satisfy any exemption from registration, in violation of the registration provisions of the federal securities laws."

"We allege that Ripple, Larsen, and Garlinghouse failed to register their ongoing offer and sale of billions of XRP to retail investors, which deprived potential purchasers of adequate disclosures about XRP and Ripple's business and other important long-standing protections that are fundamental to our robust public market system," Stephanie Avakian, Director of the SEC's Enforcement Division, said in a statement.

🤨 White House Releases Stablecoin Report

The White House has released a statement on regulatory considerations for stablecoins — and it includes the potential for limitations on "multi-currency stablecoins."

The statement comes from the President's Working Group on Financial Markets, which is a Treasury-centric working group that makes recommendations to the president and federal regulators. 

The group highlighted the importance of anti-money laundering and counter financial terrorism measures, including on-chain know-your-customer (KYC) verification among all parties, even unhosted wallets. This comes after the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network unveiled a proposed rule that would also create heightened KYC requirements for transactions between money service businesses and unhosted wallets.

The new report also said stablecoin issuers should be able to comply with sanctions obligations, as well as have the ability to enable one-to-one redemptions. Since algorithmic stablecoins like Empty Set Dollar and crypto-backed stablecoins like Dai aren't backed with fiat currencies, it is unclear how these stablecoins might be affected by the working group's suggestions.


Project Updates

The New Ethereum Improvement Process

Edson Ayllon from the Ethereum Cat Herders details all of the changes coming to EIP-1 that will improve the overall Ethereum governance process.

Dark Forest v0.5 Now Live

The very popular Ethereum-based planet-capturing game Dark Forest has launched its latest version v0.5.

Synthetix Updates

The Shaula release went live this week which introduces a host of new upgrades for the Synthetix protocol and the new Synthetix Staking dApp went live as well which gives a fresh coat of paint to the staking interface.

Opium Token Economics

Opium details its new governance token, OPIUM, that will be used to power the Opium Protocol.

Ahead of the Curve #004

Updates from the Curve ecosystem including a look at governance, the ecosystem and Curve in the news.

Introducing COMBO Token

In this post Furucombo introduces their new COMBO token that will allow holders to share in platform fees, participate in governance and enjoy premium features.

1INCH Token Released

The 1INCH token is a governance and utility token for the 1inch Network. The 1INCH token will be used to govern all 1inch Network protocols.

Ronin Public Testnet Release

Ronin is a scaling solution built specifically for Axie Infinity. This week, the team announced that the public testnet is now live.

Aave V2 Design Upgrade

In this post, Rowan van Ginkel from Aave details the process that he and the team went through when designing the new Aave v2.

Etherscan Adds Token Approvals Tool

You can use this tool to review and revoke access of spending your tokens from any smart contract.

Introducing Dexible

Dexible is a decentralized exchange tool that enables private, non-custodial flexible DeFi automation and the first Stop-Loss orders for retail DeFi.

Degenerative Finance Launched

Degenerative Finance is a new product built by Yam on UMA.


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