South Korean game giant Wemade is entering the “Ethereum Layer 2” market. As the first step, the company will launch the Layer 2 platform test network in March. The test network will adopt the internal research of its zero-knowledge proof research center established in December last year. Technology.

Wemade plans to release the official version of the platform in June, and it believes that connecting the blockchain platform “Wemix 3.0” with the Ethereum Layer 2 platform will help expand the Wemix ecosystem.

Previously, it was reported in December last year that WeMade’s chain game platform token WEMIX was delisted by several South Korean exchanges.

The Memeland Captain NFT project “The CaptainZ” issued a document stating that more than 9,999 deposits were received 669 seconds after the casting was started, and therefore the casting of the Waitlist qualification was stopped.

The minting time is 48 hours, and the minting price is 1.069ETH. Users eligible for minting include: Memelist, PotatoZ or Waitlist holders.

As of press time, 14,546 users have participated. “The CaptainZ” is the third project in the Memeland ecosystem.

According to the information on the project’s official website, there are actually only 9,169 captain NFTs available for casting, and the remaining CaptainZ that has not been cast will be included in the Memeland Treasury. The estimated team income is 9,801.661 ETH.

An unnamed plaintiff, known as John Doe, filed a class action lawsuit against online password management platform LastPass in U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts on behalf of other similarly situated plaintiffs.

Alleging that the LastPass data breach resulted in the theft of approximately $53,000 worth of Bitcoin, the plaintiff claims he began accumulating BTC in July 2022 and updated his master password to 12+ characters using a password generator as recommended by LastPass best practices , however, on or around Thanksgiving weekend in 2022, plaintiff’s bitcoins were stolen using his private key stored at defendant’s LastPass.

Previously, LastPass disclosed last December that an unauthorized party had gained access to a third-party cloud storage service, which LastPass used to store archived backups of its production data.

In response to SBF’s four visits to the White House during 2022, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre responded at a news conference on Tuesday that all meetings between White House officials and SBF have focused mainly on the nonprofit’s pandemic preparedness plan , however, the conversation may also touch on general information about the crypto industry and cryptocurrency exchanges.

According to recently released White House records, SBF last visited the White House on September 9, 2022, mainly to lobby lawmakers to pass the Digital Commodities Consumer Protection Act (DCCPA) to adjust the cryptocurrency regulatory framework.

Encryption entrepreneur DNP3 issued a statement on social media saying that he was addicted to gambling, misappropriated investors’ funds and lost all his assets.

It is reported that DNP3’s entrepreneurial projects include The Goobers NFT, Metaverse platform Gridcraft Network, and charity-focused cryptocurrency CluCoin.

The exact loss is not yet known, but after the news was announced, the price of CluCoin plummeted 63%, and The Goobers market value fell 9%. According to OpenSea data, TheGoobers’ total sales amounted to 968ETH, or about $1.1 million.

According to IntoTheBlock analysis data, 70% of Dogecoin DOGE addresses have been held for more than 1 year, but a small part of them exist in the Indian market, and 53% of DOGE holders are currently in a profitable state, while more than 3 million Among the non-zero DOGE wallets, about 2.23 million wallets have positive profit and loss, accounting for about 74.3%.

NFT community member Cirrus tweeted that a large-scale hacker attack occurred, resulting in the theft of CryptoPunk#4608, CryptoPunk#965, BAYC#1723 and other NFTs, and the value of the lost NFT was about 600ETH (about 748,800 US dollars).

In addition, Twitter user @CryptoNovo311 claimed that 4 CryptoPunks held by him were stolen. ZachXBT said that the hacker seems to be the same hacker who stole about 111 NFTs from the NFT project KUMALEON, and the hacker usually uses FixedFloat as an exchange.

Bitcoin Core developer Luke Dashjr has asked the FBI to assist him in recovering $3.6 million worth of digital assets stolen from his storage wallet on New Year’s Eve.

It is reported that Luke Dashjr, the core developer of Bitcoin, disclosed on social media that his PGP key was leaked, resulting in the theft of 200 BTC, which amounted to about 3.6 million U.S. dollars.

In addition, Luke Dashjr also reminded the crypto community not to download the Bitcoin Knots application for the time being, including the updated version of this application.

The Bahamas Securities and Exchange Commission officially issued a statement stating that it must once again correct the major misstatements made by John J. Ray III, the representative of the FTX debtor, in media and court documents. Among them, on December 30, 2022, John J. Ray III publicly questioned the Commission’s calculation of digital assets, which were transferred to digital wallets controlled by the Commission on November 12, 2022, in order to exercise its authority as a regulator. powers, and acting on the order of the Supreme Court of the Bahamas, this public assertion by John J. Ray III is based on incomplete information.

Prior to this, John J. Ray III also issued public statements claiming that the Bahamas directed SBF to mint a large number of new tokens. These statements were submitted in court documents without evidence on December 12, 2022, and then on December 13. The U.S. House of Representatives Financial Services Committee testified again that the international media widely reported the statement that Bahamian officials directed FTX employees to mint $300 million in new FTT tokens. Such unfounded statements created distrust of public institutions in the Bahamas. The process of acquiring digital assets that are in the custody or control of an institution.

Zhu Su, co-founder of Three Arrows Capital, said: “DCG and FTX conspired to attack LUNA and stETH, and made a lot of money in the process. Last summer, DCG suffered huge losses due to the bankruptcy of Three Arrows Capital, and Babel Finance and other participants The same goes for GBTC’s company. They could have soberly chosen to restructure at the time, and instead they plugged the hole with a ‘left handed right handed’ callable promissory note. It’s like a kid losing poker and saying ‘my dad will pay you, Let me keep playing’, but ‘Daddy’ is himself.”

Zhu Su added: “DCG, like FTX, has been misleading customers for the past few months and also used various methods to attack Three Arrows Capital. No one asked how Genesis filled the hole. And it has been taking more deposits during this time And hope the market price goes up. DCG is now worthless and involved in criminal fraud, and most people in the industry know that DCG founder Barry and SBF were close from the beginning (SBF was on the board of Genesis and gave him the first FTT-backed loans).

Creditors of Genesis, which will push it into bankruptcy in the next few days and take over the remaining DCG assets, may demand that Barry pay off his cash in an easy way, rather than waiting for a criminal case and restitution penalty from the US Department of Justice. “