Brian Armstrong, the chief executive officer of United States-based cryptocurrency firm Coinbase, is looking for lawmakers and regulators to discuss regulatory clarity in the crypto space.In a Feb. 13 tweet, Armstrong put a call out for anyone with access to the Dirksen Senate Office in Washington, D.C. to meet him BitcoinCEOCoinbaseCREAMCryptocryptoexchangeExchangesICEInvitesResidentsTalk Read More
Bitcoin was once viewed as a means to opt out of violent, legacy financial systems. Now, it is being co-opted by the very same, and zealous newcomers to crypto think that’s a good thing, while still giving lip service to peer-to-peer values. Ignoring the problems with fiat money, they beg BidenBitcoinCREAMCryptocryptoexchangeExchangesICEJoeMoneyNewsOGsOpEdTaxationTheft Read More
The decentralized finance application has been exploited three times since going live in 2020.
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To recompense victims of the attack, Cream said it will issue to certain affected members 1.45 million CREAM tokens from the service’s treasury. While Cream has 9 million coins outstanding, per CoinMarketCap, only 150,000 of those are in circulation. By so rapidly expanding the supply of coins in circulation, it’s CompensationCREAMHackInflateNewsPlungesSupplyToken Read More
Ethereum defi protocol Cream Finance suffered an exploit yesterday that allowed attackers to steal $130 million from its holdings. The news was first revealed by Peckshield, a blockchain analytics company that discovered a flash loan had exploited the platform. This is the third hack the protocol has suffered in its BitcoinCREAMFinanceHackMillionNewsSuffers Read More
Decentralized finance (DeFi) money market and lending service CREAM Finance appears to have been the target of a devastating exploit Wednesday that drained over $1 billion in funds, likely the largest exploit to date.According to CREAM’s native frontend, most Ethereum-based pools are now empty.The funds appear to have been taken AttackCREAMExploitedFinanceFlashloanWorth Read More
Decentralized finance project Cream Finance will bring its lending and borrowing services to Moonbeam, a smart contract platform on Polkadot. In a Thursday announcement, the Moonbeam network said Cream Finance would be integrating with its ecosystem starting with its parachain on Kusama, Moonriver, and then on Polkadot. Kusama and Polkadot users BlockchainCREAMFinanceintegrateMoonbeamPolkadot Read More
Cream Finance is a decentralized finance protocol to repay users for the flash loan hack on its platform. The hack of nearly $19 million occurred on Aug 30, 2021.
Cream Finance puts news of a post-mortem to the massive exploitation of the AMP flash loan. The protocol promises to repay the CREAMFinanceFundsPlansRepayStolenUsers Read More
Decentralized finance (DeFi) protocol Cream Finance will pay back its users following a $18.8 million flash loan hack that occurred on Aug. 30.Cream has published a post-mortem to the AMP flash loan exploit, promising to replace the stolen Ether (ETH) and Amp (AMP) tokens by allocating 20% of all protocol ampCREAMEtherFeesFinanceProtocolRepayStolen Read More
Cream finance, a defi borrowing and lending protocol, has been the victim of a hack that erased more than $29 million from its vaults. The attacker took advantage of a loophole in the implementation for adding the amp token to the protocol. This is the second time the platform has BitcoinCREAMDeFiFinanceHackedLostMillionNewsPlatform Read More