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Ethereum-based firm, ConsenSys Launches ConsenSys Rollups in partnership with Mastercard to aid other projects

ConsenSys, a leading Ethereum software firm, has announced the launch of ConsenSys Rollups, a corporate scalability solution for prominent financial institutions and others, tackling the main difficulty of scaling applications on the Quorum tech stack. The project was designed as a collaboration between ConsenSys and Mastercard's engineering team. The creativity of projects

Polygon Network and Clearpool have Announced a New partnership. Here’s all to know

Following recent developments, the Polygon ecosystem will be home to Clearpool, the first decentralized marketplace for unprotected liquidity on the blockchain. Clearpool will integrate the full-stack scaling solution to give its consumers more access and better capabilities. Polygon is the world's first well-structured, simple-to-use Ethereum scaling and infrastructure development platform. Polygon

Is the $GM Token the BTC of Meme Coins?

Meme coins are getting increasingly popular, and lately, prominent meme coins such as Shiba Inu and Dogecoin have outperformed certain conventional coins in the market, demonstrating how prevalent meme coins are among various crypto projects. Understanding Meme Coins Meme coins are a type of digital currency that is inspired by popular social

UniLend Finance Releases the Name for its V2

Several crypto projects have shifted the Defi landscape in recent months, and UniLend is at the top of the list. UniLend is a permissionless, decentralized system that connects spot trading and money markets with lending and borrowing services through smart contracts. The platform made significant protocol updates and developed UniLend V2

Aave Protocol Set to Release V3; Here are things to note

The Aave protocol smart contracts (the "Aave Protocol") were initially deployed on the Ethereum mainnet in 2019. The Aave Protocol's first version allowed users to offer and obtain liquidity independently, as well as earn a return on any liquidity they gave to the protocol. A second version of the Aave Protocol