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Uniswap Introduces Swap Protection Feature
Uniswap has rolled out "Swap Protection" to shield Ethereum mainnet transactions from sandwich attacks and front-running. When users enable this feature in the Uniswap Wallet, swaps are directed to a private transaction pool, enhancing security against potential threats. Due to this added layer, some swaps might have higher auto slippage to boost the likelihood of successful transactions.
Hacker Targets RocketSwap, Then Launches Meme Token
RocketSwap, a DEX on the Base Layer 2 network, suffered a hack, losing 471 ETH ($862,000). The team identified lapses, including offline signatures during launchpad deployment and storing private keys on the server. While some accused the team of a potential rug pull, RocketSwap blames a third-party hacker who brute-forced a server to extract private keys. Post-hack, the hacker moved assets to Ethereum, creating a meme token, "LoveRCKT", which saw a brief price surge on Uniswap before plummeting.
"What's Up with USDT?" v2.0
Brian Armstrong has expressed his belief that Binance has transferred some of their USDC assets to a different stablecoin, according to anonymous sources in Cointelegraph. NotChaseColeman, an analyst, highlights that Binance and Justin Sun are strategically moving from USDT to USDC to secure USD, which will then be invested in FDUSD and TUSD (assets controlled by the company). Adam Cochran, a name we're familiar with, weighed in, drawing attention to the activities associated with Binance addresses. He observed: “Even with banks open in Asia and Europe and US coming online, USDT peg is off by the deepest sustained amount since the FTX fall out. Selling pressure once again coming in from the Binance.” Adam thinks the uncertainty surrounding USDT is at an all-time high, and the Curve Finance and Uniswap platforms are overrun with USDT. He was optimistic about a more promising USDT horizon today, but that seems to be deferred. BTC has touched the 28,710 threshold. Indeed, Mondays have their unique trials.
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Uniswap developer dismissed due to fraudulent activity
Hayden Adams, the founder of Uniswap Labs, has dismissed a developer known by the pseudonym AzFlin following allegations of creating a FrensTech meme coin and then withdrawing liquidity shortly after its launch. Preliminary damages are estimated at 14 wETH, equivalent to approximately $25,830. Adams stressed that the company does not condone such actions and, therefore, felt compelled to respond accordingly. The developer denies the accusations of fraud and describes the situation as FUD. According to him, he only withdrew 1 ETH from the liquidity pool, which he had initially provided from his own funds.