In other news…
Twitter is working on a “wallet prototype” that supports “crypto deposit and withdrawal”
— Jane Manchun Wong (@wongmjane) October 24, 2022
As a Jewish person, Kanye’s anti-semitic vitriol has been horrifying. I don’t want Yuga involved in anything related to him. We’re reaching out to Adidas to see what their plan is. I do not blame Adidas for Kanye’s actions of him, and trust they are going to make the right call.
— GordonGoner.eth (Wylie Aronow) (@GordonGoner) October 24, 2022
there’s a saying that a company takes on its founder’s personality. I’ve never dealt with SBF personally, but I have a story to share about a time solend crossed paths with Alameda.
— 🙏🚫 Rooter (hiring!) (@0xrooter) October 24, 2022
Gold is incredibly inconvenient. It’s difficult to use, particularly when transacting with untrusted parties. It doesn’t support safe storage options like multisig. At this point, gold has less adoption than crypto, so crypto is the better bet.
— vitalik.eth (@VitalikButerin) October 26, 2022
Google displays phishing sites when users search CMC. This affects users adding smart contract addresses to MetaMask using these phishing sites. We are trying to contact Google for this, and in the meantime alerting users about this through social channels. pic.twitter.com/3q4860Jl4H
— CZ 🔶 Binance (@cz_binance) October 27, 2022
A month ago, around 75% of NFT buyers opted-in to pay royalties on x2y2, when given the choice.
Now that number is around 18%
The idea of ”tip jar” royalties where buyers can opt-in or opt-out will likely prove to just be a 0-royalty policy over time
Free riding is too easy pic.twitter.com/BAG9VfI18q
— NFTstatistics.eth (@punk9059) October 28, 2022