When I aped into Uniswap v1 in the first week of its existence, it wasn’t because I anticipated their retroactive UNI token rewards two years later, it was because I read the code and the code made sense. I didn’t want to submit an application and pay exorbitant listing fees to centralized exchanges. I didn’t like the choice between partnering with sketchy market makers or setting up my own market maker bot, which I would have to secure, maintain, and monitor that it was operating as intended. With Uniswap, I could list my assets and provide liquidity for them without…
DISCLAIMER: I don’t represent Reddit and have no special knowledge of the scalability hackathon judging process. I am simply a humble Ethereum developer tending to my dapps.
On June 18th, Reddit announced The Great Reddit Scalability Bake-Off, requesting submissions from blockchain teams building scalability solutions that can support Reddit’s massive user base. Submissions ended on July 31th, but they have yet to announce a winner. Thanks to #DeFi degenerates pushing up Ethereum transaction fees I’ve been evaluating the various layer 1/2 scalability solutions myself as well, and I believe one stands out above the rest.
For my blockchain development purposes…
Reflexer Labs is building the RAI “reflex bond”, a volatility-dampened synthetic instrument backed by ETH. We are decentralized money fanatics on a mission to create a stable and secure foundation for the DeFi ecosystem on Ethereum and the world. Our objective is for RAI to be a widely used collateral type for other DeFi projects, including crypto-dollars. By imbuing RAI with autonomy and minimizing governance, we aspire to build a financial system that outlives us — a money god.
I just jizzed in a little cup. Technically they call it “collecting a sample”, but you know the deal. I had some help from a cute assistant, but the rules said no lube and no saliva, so she just gave me a raw handjob. 8th grade style. I didn’t trust her aim though, so I dealt the finishing blow myself. 5 days of nofap had me feeling explosive, and I only had one…shot.
[EDIT 6/30/20] — This post is no longer relevant. Shortly after this post, Compound updated their admin to be a multi-sig with a time delay, as I suggested. More recently, they have transferred full control of their governance to the COMP token holders, with a minimum 2-day grace period before any accepted protocol changes are implemented. The admin capabilities, now firmly in the hands of the COMP token holder community, no longer represent a centralized point of failure for the Compound protocol.
You’ve probably heard of Compound. They built compound.finance on Ethereum which allows you to lend and earn interest…
Executing a series of Ethereum transactions is a huge pain, especially when some of those transactions are contract interactions. Project admins who frequently execute many transactions as part of their workflow would benefit from a GUI to organize and schedule their transactions.
CEO at @SpankChain , Summoner of @MolochDAO , ConsenSys Alum