El Salvador focused on bringing investment to Bitcoin City, says ambassador

El Salvador, the first nation to make Bitcoin (BTC) a legal tender in September last year, is currently focused on building a Bitcoin City. There have been several delays and disruptions in the plans since its announcement last year owing to the bear market-led investment drought and geo-political tensions. Cointelegraph reporter Joseph Hall got in touch with Héctor Enrique Celarié Landaverde, the deputy ambassador of El Salvador to the kingdom of the Netherlands, to get some insights into the country’s progress with its much-hyped project. Landaverde told Cointelegraph that the…

NFTs will be ‘as disruptive’ as Bitcoin was 10 years ago — Kraken exec

Non-fungible token (NFT) trading volumes may have dropped nearly 98% since January, but several industry executives tell Cointelegraph it’s nothing to fear as the technology continues to develop and mature.  Jonathon Miller, managing director of cryptocurrency exchange Kraken in Australia said “despite NFT market activity and sales volume having slowed down in September, we are still seeing positive adoption signals at an institutional level and continued growth in use cases.” He told Cointelegraph that the company remains “bullish on the NFT space” and believes it will be “just as disruptive…

How Market Manipulation Led to a $100M Exploit on Solana DeFi Exchange Mango

All in all, the rogue trader used over 10 million USDC to take out over $116 million from Mango, paying minimal fees for conducting the attack and doing everything within the parameters of how the platform was designed. Mango wasn’t hacked, it worked exactly as intended, and a savvy trader, albeit with nefarious intentions, managed to wring token liquidity out. Author: Shaurya Malwa Source link