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How much ETH is owned by active or recently active (past 12 months) wallets over the course of a month? I understand that there is about $120m ETH but how much of that is lost?
There are basically three different strategies here, and obviously the first one is the one policy makers want to hear, or at least a heavily dumbed down one. Uniswap suggested using an analogy of tractors and regulated plows.
I think there is an immense potential for abuse here with word games, so I'm going to spell it out in Reality terms
Your position on this being premised that the US does not have the authority to pressure this through treaties, extradition, and sanctions, is untrue, it is incorrect, it is false. The United States does have the power to do it and
For any Americans who may want to use their retirement funds for solo staking, I just published an article showing my process. Hope it helps someone out there that may be considering doing the same: https://www.yamlike.com/archive/fund-solo-ethereum-validator-node-with-ira
since the UX ist one of the biggest problems in the web3 landscape, is it realistically possible to build a platform that allows you to buid smart contracts by using several moduls (like a puzzle) ? A puzzle could contain "payment", then you connect it with another block/puzzle that defines the kind of payment (in rates or at once) and so on, until you created a contract with your desired conditions/attributes without coding. What do you think about that? What are the biggest problems holding that idea?
Might be unpopular opinion and I will be probably downvoted into oblivion, but I was wondering if I’m the only one who is bored about the topics discussed in this community vs for example r/bitcoin
I think majority of people on Reddit in crypto threads have some kind of investment and are interested to discuss these topics (future application, trends, market etc). That’s exactly why I like following r/bitcoin
And would love the same for ETH discussion. But every thread here is about technicalities which only a small group of people might understand. Where do we discuss market dynamics and future of ETH if not in r/ethereum?
Just curious. I’m not hating.
Edit: wow, was not aware how much hate this community had. Sorry I asked…
Ex. If someone knows my private keys and I need to move all the assets - NFTs, coins/tokens to another wallet with just a few clicks and one bulk transaction, do you know of any such tool?
*one - title
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Looking specifically for an ETH to BTC pair with no kyc and low fees if possible.
This exists already right?
Is it truly safe to leave your money on L2? And is it just as safe as leaving your money on eth L1? If so, why?
I had dabbled in crypto a while ago and used the Coinbase Wallet app along with the Coinbase website and would sell ETH to take out the cash. I stopped using it over a year ago and recently logged in to see that OP has been dropped into my wallet.
Were there any known scams out there like this? I searched in different reddit subs for any posts and did a quick google search but nothing really came up. Google did say there had been a wave of scams but not sure if it was the same thing.
If I try to send the OP to my Coinbase it says I don't have enough ETH but does not show any gas fees.
Not really sure how to proceed with it and if I can even cash out this token.
Any help/insight would be much appreciated!
Edit/Add: I checked etherscan and it shows the transfer so it must be legit, from their recent airdrop.
So as stupid as it sounds, I accidentally sent Ethereum from Stake.US to my ETC wallet on robinhood. I didn’t realize the mistake until 5 hours passed and it still didn’t deposit. I have the Transaction Hash and all the information about the transactions, but Robinhood support is saying the funds are just gone and I can never get them back. So I basically just lost $3000. And Stake.US is saying they have no solution either. Does anybody have a solution in any way possible to recover the funds? I would greatly appreciate it.
I'm an avid gamer with a deep passion for MMORPGs.
I'm looking for web3 gaming streamers who truly love their games, have a solid knowledge of the industry, and bring value to their viewers.
I'm not fond of streamers who rely on cursing and goofing around or typical NPC content.
Instead, I'm attracted to those who delve into the games, exploring every nook and cranny, discovering easter eggs and richly engaging with the gameplay.
I'd love to hear your recommendations for streamers who fit into this mix.
Where have you found the most value? Thanks in advance!
Is it all wETH, but how? Isn't the bridge just a contract giving you custom token for eth on mainnet? Also, is it inter-changeable for EVMnets like polygon or only for roll-ups?
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The best way to stake your ETH: by running your own validator.
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ETH is the token with the most amount staked of any blockchain. Restaking, introduced by Eigenlayer, is the idea of using staked ETH for more than just validating blocks on Ethereum. It can be used to validate information on oracle networks, l2s, and potentially alternative l1s.
L1 tokens are also used to validate blocks on their respective network, but they have significantly less staked than ETH on Ethereum. If ETH is used instead for validation on these networks, how does that affect the demand for L1 tokens? Surely there are still some use cases for these tokens, such as governance.