Crypto Bytes: Top 10 Breaking News from Cryptoverse

  1. The company that created NFT collection Moonbirds, Proof, has been bought by Yuga Labs, the inventor of the Bored Ape Yacht Club. Moonbirds will be integrated into Yuga Labs’ gamefied metaverse play: Otherside.
  1. Unusual transaction activity indicates that the cryptocurrency exchange FixedFloat was used on several different blockchains. For maintenance, the exchange is still unavailable.
  1. FTX creditors have launched a class action lawsuit against the legal firm managing the exchange’s bankruptcy processes. Senators, creditors of FTX, and the former CEO of the exchange had earlier expressed concerns that the law company was too closely associated with FTX.
  1. Uniswap version 4 protocol might launch by quarter 4 2024. The March Dencun upgrade for Ethereum and any ensuing security audits will determine when the launch takes place. A more modular structure with “hooks” for adjusting liquidity pools is the goal of V4.
  1. By combining their decentralised storage systems, Filecoin and Solana hope to improve the security, scalability, and dependability of blockchain technology. The partnership is powered by the integration of Solana’s blockchain and Filecoin’s decentralised storage.
  1. The National Banking and Securities Commission, or CNBS, is the banking regulator for Honduras. They have declared an immediate ban on institutions trading cryptocurrency.
  1. Airdrop for Ethereum, Solana, and Bitcoin Collectors Revealed by NFT Lender Arcade! The 3 million ARCD airdrop will be advantageous to owners of specific Ethereum and Solana NFTs as well as collections of Bitcoin Ordinals.
  1. Web3 game Exverse, which is available for free, has successfully raised $3 million from private investors. Exverse aims to enhance the AAA first-person shooter genre by utilising Web3 technology to rectify the shortcomings observed in the initial Web3 game models.
  1. Gnosis unveils self-custody card by Gnosis Pay. Gnosis said that early adopters of this pay option will not be charged for usage. Seamless on-chain asset spending at more than 80 million Visa-accepting retailers worldwide
  1. BlackRock, is arousing curiosity in the cryptocurrency space by making vague allusions to the possible introduction of an exchange-traded fund (ETF) based on XRP.

Disclaimer : This article was created for informational purposes only and should not be taken as investment advice. An asset’s past performance does not predict its future returns. Before making an investment, please conduct your own research, as digital assets like cryptocurrencies are highly risky and volatile financial instruments.

Author: Mehar Nayar

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