D8X Re-Engineers DeFi Derivatives With Launch on Polygon zkEVM

Supported by Polygon Ventures, D8X targets institutional users with next-gen DEX engine, innovative features, novel white-label approach [Zug, Switzerland - Feb. 6, 2024] - D8X, an institutional-grade decentralized exchange (DEX) for derivatives, has launched on Polygon zkEVM, establishing a new benchmark for decentralized finance. With support from Polygon Ventures and other notable partners, D8X reconceives on-chain derivatives, starting from fundamental financial engineering and extending to its novel white-label business-to-business model–a first for Polygon zkEVM. Until now, users seeking the trading experience offered by D8X have had to resort to Centralized

Moonbeam, Diode Collaborate on Launch of DePIN Platform to Replace Traditional VPN, Web2 Products

Diode chooses Moonbeam to deploy suite of blockchain solutions that align with Polkadot founder Gavin Woods’ original vision for Web3 [SINGAPORE] – Moonbeam Network, a smart contract platform for building cross-chain connected applications, today announced the launch of Diode’s secure and decentralized communications platform. Diode’s solution is part of a movement known as DePIN, or “decentralized physical infrastructure network,” where blockchain protocols operate real-world infrastructure in a decentralized manner. Providing a censorship-resistant alternative to traditional products like VPN, Slack or Microsoft OneDrive, Diode’s massively scalable platform helps to bring about

The Four Quadrants of MEV Protection

Understanding the MEV Solution Landscape Like many other crypto narratives, the dark side of blockchain was first introduced on Reddit in a post titled “Miners Frontrunning.” In the now historical post, the author outlines how given the Ethereum mempool is inherently public, miners can frontrun transactions and profit on the ultimately arbitraged difference in that transaction. However, this isn’t an entirely new phenomenon in finance. The 2014 book, Flash Boys: A Wall Street Revolt by Michael Lewis investigates frontrunning orders in high-frequency trading. The paper Flash Boys 2.0, published in 2019, takes these observations into

3D Cloud Startup Echo3D Raises $4M in Seed Round Led by Konvoy…

NEW YORK (PRWEB) October 18, 2021 echo3D, a cloud platform that is revolutionizing the way 3D, AR and VR content is stored and streamed, has secured an investment of $4 million led by Konvoy Ventures, with participation from Space Capital LP, Remagine Ventures, and angel investors Datadog, GitHub, and Facebook. The announcement comes on the heels of echo3D’s latest milestone of registering 11,000 users worldwide since 2020. Founded in March 2018, echo3D, formerly known as echoAR, focuses on building tools and infrastructure to help developers create lighter and faster 3D

VALORANT player programs new inventory manager

VALORANT fans are always thinking of new ways that the game’s user interface can be improved to give players a better look and more options that aren’t currently present within the game. One of the creators strongly behind this initiative is Colin Hartigan, who programmed his dream inventory manager to cycle through the different looks of weapons currently in VALORANT. In a demo clip, Colin showed how you can cycle through each weapon’s different levels and available color palettes to see how each weapon will look in-game. In the concept,

Twitch celebrity meetup Sh*tCamp 2021 begins today

ShitCamp 2021, a multi-day event where top Twitch personalities meet up for IRL shenanigans in Los Angeles, California, kicks off today. The event will run from Sept. 26 until Sept. 30, offering viewers the chance to watch some of their favorite Twitch and YouTube personalities interact and create content with each other in real time. ShitCamp comes after the success of ShitCon, a similar event which occurred in May 2021. On Sept. 9, QTCinderella released a trailer for ShitCamp 2021 on YouTube. The trailer announced all of the different content

Unannounced Blizzard Project ‘Iris’ Revealed: All Known Details

Top GamesThanks to the GeForce upcoming title leak, Blizzard fans have spotted a project title they've yet to hear about before: Iris. / Activision BlizzardThanks to the GeForce upcoming title leak, Blizzard fans have spotted a project title they've yet to hear about before: Iris. Activision Blizzard is no stranger to shifting its resources around. As a company, developer, and publisher with several popular IPs under its belt, who better to bring a new title onboard. Additionally, with the controversy plaguing two of Blizzard's largest development departments—Overwatch and World of

GeForce Now datamine potentially reveals God of War, Demon’s Souls, and multiple unannounced titles for PC

Nvidia’s GeForce Now cloud gaming service was datamined earlier today, with developer Ighor July discovering listings for many games, apps, and services that are not offered by Nvidia—and several that aren’t even available on PC.  This is an expansive list that was compiled together by multiple sources and feature titles like Sony Santa Monica’s most recent iteration of God of War, Demon’s Souls, and Returnal.  Not only were these rumored PC ports of current PlayStation 4 and 5 exclusive games listed, but there are also multiple unannounced titles included in

Rockstar’s parent company hits GTA modders with lawsuit

Rockstar’s parent company, Take-Two Interactive Software, has filed a formal complaint against reverse-engineering modders who Take-Two claims infringed on its game’s copyright. In the complaint, Take-Two interactive takes aim at several of the developers of two projects called “re3” and “reVC,” which stand for reverse-engineered GTA 3 and reverse-engineered GTA: Vice City, respectively. The suit takes aim at five individuals who Take-Two claims have developed derivative software code that allowed players to get their hands on the two games on any platform, even those the company hasn’t published the game

Reverse-Engineered GTA 3 and Vice City Fan Project Back Online

Top GamesThe fanmade reverse-engineered GTA 3 and Vice City project is back online after a DMCA claim by Take-Two Interactive in February. / Rockstar GamesThe fanmade reverse-engineered GTA 3 and Vice City project is back online after a DMCA claim by Take-Two Interactive in February.The fan-created source code for both Grand Theft Auto III and Vice City was originally posted on the code-sharing site, GitHub. As a result, fans banded together to create several pieces of inspired content from new mods to next-generation console ports. Unfortunately, the project leader, aap,