FTX Launches Trading of Tokenized Shares in Partnership with German CM Equity AG

Cryptocurrency derivatives exchange FTX will now allow its users to trade not just crypto but tokenized shares of big giants and some of the world’s most popular companies like Amazon, Apple, Netflix, Facebook, and Tesla.

These tokenized equity offerings are backed by the shares of actual stocks, custodied by CM-Equity, and can be redeemed for the underlying shares.

For now, trading is available on more than 12 equity and cryptocurrency pairs like BTC and stablecoins.

Because the tokens represent a fraction of one share, traders will be able to trade even half of a share if they want. Erik Voorhees, CEO of crypto exchange ShapeShift said,

“American companies cannot offer or compete with this. I’m glad intl companies can still innovate, and that crypto breaks down all borders over time.”

There have been some concerns in the crypto community about FTX breaking US regulations by offering trading opportunities for stock CFDs.

But for starters, traders in the US and other restricted jurisdictions won’t be eligible to trade these new offerings.

Also, for this, FTX has partnered with Swiss-based Digital Assets AG and CM Equity AG, a financial firm fully regulated in Germany, to offer fractional stocks.

“CFDs aren’t illegal – and offering them for US-traded companies on the NYSE and NASDAQ is allowed – you just need to follow the regulations and not try and skirt the rules just because you are on a blockchain,” said Adam Cochran, a partner at Cinneamhain Ventures.

In response to this news, the price of FTT jumped to $3.91. But it is to be expected, as FTX CEO Sam Bankman Fried said, “Everything on FTX involves FTT.”

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SEC Goes After John McAfee, Who Made Over $23 Million in Fraudulent ICO Promotions

SEC’s next target, finally, is John McAfee. In just a week, the US Securities and Exchange Commission went after BitMEX, and the 74-year-old software magnate turned crypto bull.

McAfee was reportedly nabbed in Spain today and is now facing extradition to the US over charges of fraud for promoting initial coin offering (ICO) and tax evasion, facing a maximum sentence of five years in prison on each count of it.

McAfee earned millions in income from promoting cryptocurrencies and other activities and failed to file tax returns from 2014 to 2018, “despite receiving considerable income from these sources,” as per the indictment.

The cybersecurity entrepreneur allegedly evaded his tax liability by directing his income to be paid into crypto exchange accounts and bank accounts in the names of nominees. The DOJ also details that they didn’t find any connection with the “anti-virus company bearing his name.”

While DOJ’s charges against McAfee are a bit dry, SEC’s 55-page filing is far more interesting that details McAfee’s alleged fraudulent activity promoting several ICOs throughout 2017 and 2018. The SEC complaint reads,

“McAfee leveraged his fame to make more than $23.1 million U.S. Dollars (“USD”) in undisclosed compensation by recommending at least seven “initial coin offerings” or ICOs to his Twitter followers. The ICOs involved the offer and sale of digital asset securities and McAfee’s recommendations were materially false and misleading for several reasons.”


The suit doesn’t mention the name of the ICOs but points out that he did not disclose that he was being paid for ICO promotions, violating federal security laws, and even lied to investors by falsely denying that he was paid by the issuers.

He also falsely claimed himself as the investor and technical advisor when in reality, his tweets “were paid promotions disguised as impartial investment advice.”

SEC claims McAfee’s bodyguard, Defendant Watson, also substantially assisted him in his schemes and negotiated the deals with ICO issuers for which he was paid at least $316,000.

McAfee himself received over $11.6 million in Bitcoin and Ether and an additional $11.5 million worth of promoted tokens, “as undisclosed compensation for his promotions of seven ICOs.”

The lawsuit also mentions John McAfee promising to “eat my d**k on national television” if his $1 million BTC price prediction didn’t pan out, which of course, didn’t and later he called it a “ruse.”

The SEC is seeking to get the defendants to pay civil monetary penalties, prohibiting them from participating, directly or indirectly, in the issuance, purchase, offer, or sale of any digital asset security, disgorge all ill-gotten gains received, and to get the investors appropriate relief.

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Stocks & Gold Getting Hammered But Bitcoin Fundamentals Do Not Support A Crash to $7k

In another red day of the week, Bitcoin dropped to about $10,150 level. Just like the weak price performance, with BTC currently trading around $10,415, volume remains extremely low too, at just above a billion dollars.

During the red market, the market saw popular stablecoin USDT having two separate all-time high outflows from exchanges. “In both cases for these historic spikes, it appears that they foreshadowed large market-wide dumps a few days after they occurred,” observed data provider Santiment.

Moreover, September has also been the highest cumulative month of funds moving to exchanges since March as the market continues to get a beating.

The rest of the crypto market is currently in a mix of reds and greens.

Among the top cryptos, ETH was hit the hardest, which fell under $320. This makes sense, given that DeFi tokens continue to lose.

Notable DeFi losers include Hakka (-25%), PERP (-18.50%), CREAM (-14%), CRV (-10%), SWRV (-7%), and YFI (-5%). A handful of them, however, are still recording gains such as YFL (+37%), UNI (+21%), SUSHI (+12%), DOT (+3%), and SNX (+2%).

However, losses might not be over yet as trader Qiao Wang expects this DeFi winter to be an extended one, bearish for 3-6 months over a two-year bull market.

He also noted, “Bulls like to blame negative external factors for killing the bull market. That’s the wrong way to look at it. When the market is depressed, no negative catalyst can crash it even more. When the market is overheated, the tiniest negative catalyst can spook it.”

Following the Macro

According to on-chain analyst Willy Woo, who says fundamentals don’t support bitcoin going down to $7k with a liquidity gap present in 10.8k-11k, this pullback wasn’t the result of the “usual movement of coins on-chain.” Rather the sell-off was fueled by coins on exchanges.

“Without large volumes of coins moving from wallets, I cannot see sufficient sell-side supply to push prices down with much gusto,” he said.

Woo attributed BTC’s downwards move to stocks looking weak and USD gaining strength over the past weekend.

Compared to other asset classes, Bitcoin is actually holding up quite well.

Bitcoin wasn’t the only one that had a bad day; stock markets dumped just as hard. As trader and economist Alex Kruger noted, “Two catchy phrases for today: Risk happens fast (and) Macro matters.”

The market had recovered from last week’s losses when the S&P 500 fell 2.5%, and Dow Jones slid 2.3% on Wednesday.

But it was Nasdaq that was hit the hardest by nearly 3% after data showed domestic business activity slowed down in September. Twitter stocks, however, were the exception.

Gold got hammered as well, down 3.7% since yesterday, falling to $1,850 level. “The support that it’s worked so hard to build at $1,900 is toast, as we see a rather well-defined downside breakout,” noted analyst Mati Greenspan who says the precious metal can reach as far as the 200 DMA, currently at $1,721, if the greenback continues its climb.

The US dollar is testing fresh highs and continues to “gradually reassert its dominance.”

As such, “If traditional markets shit the bed, BTC will likely do so as well. If traditional markets start bouncing, BTC will likely outperform,” said analyst DonAlt.

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SushiSwap Creator Makes a U-Turn; Returns $14 Million Worth of Ether

In the latest turn of events, just when you think the drama is coming to an end, comes a tweet from Chef Nomi.

It was on the last weekend that the anonymous creator of DEX SushiSwap cashed out his share of the development fund; now, just before this weekend, Chef Nomi apologized to the crypto community for their greed.

The creator also returned all of their $14 million worth of Ether to the treasury and “will let the community decide how much I deserve as the original creator of SushiSwap.”

Now, Adam Cochran, a co-signer of the multi-sig, is proposing to use some of these returned funds to re-buy SUSHI token, which is trading at $2.33.

Currently, the SushiSwap community is working on bringing the policy changes they have voted for to the protocol, including reducing its token reward schedule and introducing fee staking and a lock-up period for newly minted SUSHI.

The Apologies Round

This week, the control of the Uniswap clone was handed over to FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried, and the subsequent successful migration of SushiSwap happened. Already it is recording $200 million in daily volume and $1.54 billion of liquidity. The community also voted for ten people as the multi-sig signers for the treasury.

Chef Nomi apologized to all the people involved in the project and “for bringing a bad reputation to the DeFi movement.” At the time of selling his SUSHI tokens, the pseudo-anonymous creator said they deserved the funds for doing all the work.

Synthetix founder is in favor of “powerful incentives” to “attract all the amazing founders languishing in Fintech building shitty TradFi overlays” in crypto, much like Chef Nomi.

But yEarn founder Andre Cronje argued that incentives should be aligned and “earning a casual $1.5m for < 2 weeks worth of work, off of cloning someone else’s work, hardly seems aligned.”

The creator also directed their apologies towards Uniswap creator Hayden Adams, of which it is a copycat.

“I hope that SushiSwap continues to evolve. Don’t let my mistake deter it from being a 100% community-run AMM. The success of SushiSwap will set a precedent for many more community-run projects,” said Chef Nomi. “It has a lot of potential, don’t let my action alone fuck it up.”

Chaos has a way of sorting itself

While those who lost their money during the SUSHI’s 80% price dump following Chef Nomi’s “exit scam” berated him still in the comments section of Twitter, some speculated this move was because he was doxxed.

Others complimented the creator for owning up to their mistakes and correcting them. Cronje said,

“Less apology, more coding. Sushiswap needs you. Get back to work and build something that leaves a legacy. You chose Sushiswap over yourself, now just keep building.”

Amidst this, popular trader Loomdart shared his two bits on the Sushi saga, saying the project is not a conspiracy because “$14m is pennies when you attribute the stress/fear that comes with “doing” what ChefNomi did.” He said,

“Crypto is chaos. chaos just has a way of managing to sort itself out when peoples incentives align.”

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Food Delivery Giant, Just Eat, Starts Accepting Bitcoin Payments

The online food order and delivery service, Just Eat is now accepting Bitcoin as a form of payment in France, in partnership with bitcoin payment provider Bitpay.

The official page of the company’s France website puts bitcoin as an added payment method besides cash, vouchers, PayPal, and credit cards.

Users can choose the bitcoin option to pay for their food when finalizing the order and which then gets redirected to the payment provider, Bitpay, to complete the process. Just Eat doesn’t charge any fees for the payments made in the digital asset.

In case of order cancellations, a user is refunded in Euros into a traditional bank account, and the rate applicable is the one applied at the time of the payment because Bitcoin has already been converted into Euros.

Home delivery services have become the way of the norm during the coronavirus pandemic, after the lockdown and social distancing forced people to go with these options because they couldn’t go out. Users have also switched to online modes of payment that have the use of cash declining.

Just Eat also recorded revenue of €1bn in the first half of 2020, thanks to this phenomenon. Consumers unable to dine out pushed the food delivery groups’ revenue increasing by 44% year-on-year.

The Netherlands-based platform recently also received the regulatory approvals for its acquisition of US food delivery venture Grubhub. With this merger, which was signed in June for $7.3 billion, will mark Just Eat’s expansion into the US market and is also expected to make it the world’s largest online food delivery company outside of China.

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Why Isn’t Bitcoin Breaking Above $12,000?

Bitcoin hasn’t been doing anything new. Just like the past three weeks, we are back to moving upwards to mark a green start of the week. However, ‘real’ volume is really low at just about $1 billion.

Over the weekend, BTC/USD went down under $11,400 and has now made its way back above $11,800. Nothing the market hasn’t already seen several times in August. With the last week of the month in, it’s to be seen if we will make a repeat of, breaking above $12k only to crash back down, or something different would happen before we move onto the last month of this quarter.

According to trader Don Alt, “$11000 remains the main draw.”

“Still pretty clean, price keeps retesting resistance on the way down. Once one of these actually gets broken, I think there is a good chance $12100 gets tested again, I wouldn’t bet on that happening though,” he said.

It’s Time to Range

Bulls, however, remain strong with BTC not breaking below $11,000 this month, except on August 2nd right after breaching the $12,000 level for the first time in a year. As we reported, the last time bitcoin breached these levels; it took less than a month to make a new ATH.

Bitcoin’s uptrend that started ever since the critical break of $10,500, “remains technically intact,” according to the technical analyst, Crypto Yoda. He said, “it is to be expected that we are currently trading in consolidation before uptrend resumption,” as bulls need to protect the last low around $11,100.

In case we drop below this level, the market would enter a trendless phase with a key level of interest around $10,500.

“There are, however reasons to believe that we may be in the process of morphing into a trading range,” he added.

August started around $11,300, and we are about 4.4% up this month. The close of the last week was also the prior resistance that held for multiple years, and now this level $11,685 is holding as support so far, noted trader Josh Rager.

“If the daily can stay above $10,500 and weekly about $11,500 – should be a continuation to upside,” he added.

Money is Flowing In

While the bitcoin market has been pretty uneventful for the past few days, we are seeing some interesting signs of accumulation and new money entering the market.

“Smart money net short new all-time-high. Retail net long new all-time-high,” reveals the CME COT report for the week ending August 18.

Retailers surely don’t care as the number of addresses with a holding period of fewer than 30 days, classified as “traders,” has increased in the last two months to reach a 12-month high at 3.12 million addresses that are holding, in total, 1.94 million BTC.

“New Money has been flowing into Bitcoin,” states IntoTheBlock about this development.

Interestingly, those addresses with a balance of over 1,000 BTC, worth more than $10 million, have also hit a new record high. This means whales are just as invested in accumulating BTC as the retail.

Capital Flight

A significant trend seen in the market is the capital flight, with over $50 billion of crypto moved from China-based digital wallets to other parts of the world in the last year. According to Chainalysis, it is possible Chinese investors are transferring more money than allowed — Chinese citizens can only buy up to $50,000 of foreign currency a year — out of the country.

Economic turmoil could have prompted this capital flight as the yuan has been losing its value, the same as equities.

These crypto holders are using the stablecoin Tether (USDT) to move their money — more than $18 billion worth of USDT has moved from East Asia addresses, but not all of this is capital flight.

“Cryptocurrency could be picking up some of the slack,” the report said.

Part of this activity could also be China-based miners converting their newly minted BTC into Tether and sending them to international exchanges to trade during the period of high volatility.

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YAM Ready to Jump Back in the DeFi Game, YAMv1 to YAMv2 Migration Underway

In just over a week, the one-day unaudited debacle from earlier last week is ready to return.

The YAM v1 to YAM v2 migration contract is already live since yesterday, and before the weekend is over, it will be completed.

“All YAMv1 tokens are eligible for migration, but YAM must be harvested from staking contracts to migrate,” states the team.

This governance token of Yam.Finance, which imitated another popular DeFi token YFI was launched with no-premine, no founder shares, no VC interests, and as a zero value token, is all about farming YAM by staking popular DeFi tokens — started with eight staking pools including LINK, COMP, LEND, YFI, MKR, SNX, WETH, and ETH/AMPL.

As the YAM team notified in the aftermath of the unaudited experiment’s crash, they are proceeding with the YAMv1 to YAMv2 migration process, now following a successful audit of the migration contract from Peckshield.

For YAM’s audit, the community raised 115,150 DAI. The audit process only found issues of “Low” or “Informational” severity and have been addressed.

The migration is currently undergoing, and after 4:20 PM UTC August 22, YAMv1 tokens will no longer be eligible for migration.

In YAM v2 token address, 4,904 transfers have been made from 3,566 addresses.

In YAM v1, only about $15 million funds are left in the balance, which reached $750 million on August 13 as traders looked to capitalize on outsized yields from lending and borrowing on the platform, as per Yamalytics.

Another Attempt

YAM Finance didn’t last for long the last time, but it took the DeFi world by storm with its token experiment that included fluctuating supply assets launched via liquidity mining. It was YAM craziness that also pushed ETH fees to skywards. But a bug found in the rebase function resulted in its collapse.

But now, with migration, people who believe in YAM’s value get to capitalize on that by continuing to farm on failed v1 and make their way to the potential upside of v2.

This migration is just the first step in the process with YAMv2, just a placeholder for off-chain voting while YAMv3 is audited, whose launch timing is not determined yet.

Subject to community voting and audit timing, the migration to YAMv3 token will be done via an additional contract.

In its recent update, the team also reminded about granting lost rewards and a bonus to those who acted to save the system.

“We still believe that doing this is the right course of action.” Still, the team doesn’t have the power to enforce such actions on their own, as such, “once the migration to the audited YAM contracts is complete, the team will strongly advocate for one or more proposals consistent with this sentiment.”

Currently, YAM is trading at $1.39, up 393% from its all-time low but still down 99.2% from its all-time high of $167 set on August 12, as per CoinGecko.

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Is the DeFi Craze Killing Tezos? XTZ’s Main Selling Point “Staking” Is Losing Appeal

The 13th largest cryptocurrency by market cap of $2.8 billion jumped to its all-time high at $4.5 just last week. But this week, bitcoin’s fall had Tezos (XTZ) dropping nearly 25% to now trade at $3.89, a level first hit in late February 2020 only.

Many traders have been expecting XTZ to mimic LINK’s growth, which has been hitting new highs every other day and is up 585% YTD.

But trader and economist Alex Kruger feels the craze of yield farming is killing the main selling point of XTZ – staking.

The yield farming has made DeFi the hot spot of 2020 with APR sometimes as high as 1000% compared to less than 10% reward on XTZ staking. Also, DeFi tokens are seeing much higher gains, ‘astronomical’ percentage of increases actually.

Trader CL has shared similar opinions as he said, “There’s basically nothing to speculate on, and i think it trades at a pretty high speculation premium. If someone wants to be exposed to directional risk and have yields from holding it, theres many other better coins.”

Recently, Tezos celebrated its 2nd anniversary shortly after hitting 1,000,000 in blocks. The network has successfully completed its three upgrades governed by on-chain voting during this time. It is now on its way to introduce zk-snarks (sapling), validator, and governance extensions.

Tezos is the first supported and most traded staking blockchain on top exchanges. Crypto exchanges like Coinbase and Binance were the ones that initiated custodial staking services that have resulted in securing 25% of the entire Tezos network.

For a long time now, the percentage of Tezos circulating supply that is being staked is stuck at 80%.

Tezos Custodial Staking Trends
Source: Blockwatch Data

Custodial growth has slowed recently but still spiked 8% month over month with Binance seeing 42% of that growth in July.

Binance’s XTZ bakery is running over capacity, which isn’t anything new but is a chronic problem. Exchange’s capacity is only about 41 million XTZ much lower than Kraken’s more than 300 million XTZ capacity.

Meanwhile, non-custodial staking is seeing interest, which spreads across 120+ public staking services and 250+ private attacking operations. In the past three months, new delegators recorded the strongest growth adding 7,500 delegators with the lowest churn rate of 7%.

“The majority of new users are small investors. In fact, accounts between 1 and 1000 TEZ grew by 10% (+6,200) in July, suggesting that everybody who invested in Tezos also staked,” stated Alexander Eichhorn, founder of Blockwatch Data.

In the meantime, a growing number of entities are working on DeFi, and although Tezos’ learning curve is steeper, “a linear increase” is seen in deployed contracts. Because Tezos smart contracts are hard to upgrade, most developers deploy a new version.

Overall activity on Tezos blockchain is steadily growing, and gas usage has also reached its all-time high, which can be attributed to regular spending transactions and higher delegation activity.

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Bitcoin Working on Being a Reserve Asset while S&P 500, Yield, & Inflation Takes the Wheel

The equities market is yet again just inches away from its all-time high. Yesterday, the ATH from February was briefly broken only for the S&P 500 to retrace a bit, currently sitting at 3,382. Another small leg higher today, and it will breach the new ATH at 3,387.89.

It only took 175 days for the index to go from peak to bottom to the peak again. However, only a handful of companies are pushing the overall index higher; energy companies are nursing losses of more than 20%.

Thanks to the Federal Reserve stimulus and frenetic buying by buyers, it took less than six months for the S&P 500 to fully recover, unlike the previous 12 cycles when the stocks took an average of four years to recover from the drop of at least 20%.

“It’s really a policy-driven market at this point,” said Jon Adams, senior investment strategist at BMO Global Asset Management.

Loss of Appetite for Assets not offering Income

Despite the ongoing policies, much like stocks, US Treasury yields rose, going to a five-week high as new debt issuance this week drives prices lower and yields higher. Analyst Mati Greenspan wrote in his daily newsletter Quantum Economics,

“The U.S. junk bond market has been on fire lately, setting a new record for the month of August by generating more than $30 billion in trading volume in only seven business days,”

“The amount of big money chasing small money at high-risk is simply breathtaking.”

The anticipation for the bond yields to head higher is weakening the appetite for assets that don’t offer income.

As seen in gold, the precious metal had its worst plunge since 2013 to as low as $1,866. Although it rebounded sharply from yesterday’s fall, it is still trading at $1,932, down 7.3% from its ATH.

Inflation is coming, Much quicker than anticipated

Government policies are also not good in the long term. Already, US consumer prices are rising; in July, they soared more than expected, especially in auto and apparel costs.

Inflation remained muted as the coronavirus suppressed demand, but the Consumer price index rose 0.6% from the previous month following a 0.6% gain in June.

US core inflation jump

On an annual basis, core inflation is at a four-month high of 1.6%, after measuring 1.2% in June.

Gasoline prices rose 5.6%, clothing 1.1%, used cars 2.3%, new vehicles 0.8%, and car insurance 9.3%, but the cost of grocery falling 1.1% from last month provided consumers some relief.

This increase in consumer prices reflects a rebound in demand for goods and services. The Fed meanwhile doesn’t see a threat of inflation and expects to hold interest rates near zero for the foreseeable future. Brett Ryan, senior U.S. economist at Deutsche Bank Securities Inc., said,

“That’s not a sustained increase in inflation,”

“The bigger picture here is that you’re going to have a persistent output gap and elevated unemployment, and that’s going to put downward pressure on wages.”

Bitcoin Recognized as a Reserve Asset

In these times, people are turning to bitcoin as an inflation hedge.

For now, bitcoin is stuck around $11,500, in red, but up over 200% since March low. In 2020, so far, BTC has recorded 56% returns while still being down 42.5% from its ATH of $20,000.

However, in this cycle, bitcoin is expected to be seen as a reserve by the “most open-minded sovereign state,” said on-chain analyst Willy Woo. As we saw with MicroStrategy and Paul Tudor Jones, it has already started to take shape. He said,

“The thing with BTC is it trades as a risk-on asset, getting bigger shakes this, maybe $1T marketcap that’s 5x from here. $50k-60k BTC will be a mark in the sand.”

In the broad crypto market, altcoins record even harder losses. However, a few coins are still making good gains such as Chainlink (8.62%), TomoChain (10.43%), Algorand (20.39%), WazirX (23%), Aragon network (34%), Waves (36%), HOT (64%), and Numeraire (159%).

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Ethereum Becoming Unusable Due to Being Super Slow or Insanely Expensive

  • Ethereum price is holding just fine as ETH slowly makes its way towards $400. Currently trading around $388, the digital asset has seen an increase of 62% in the past month.
  • Investors continue to be bullish on this uptrend as more and more traders go long on the crypto asset.

The ever increasing ETHUSD longs have reached $700 million in notional volume, spiking 10.5% in the past ten days, and 127% in the past three months.

However, Ethereum’s daily active addresses have hit a 67-day low, closing out at 351.3k addresses transactions on the network. The last time Ether’s DAA was this low was on June 7th.

This is possible because of the ever-increasing network fees.

The network fees are going insanely high as such more than 42% of the miner revenue is currently deriving from the network fees. And it makes sense that the hashrate of the Ethereum Network has also grown to November 2018 high.

On-chain transaction fees on Ethereum that first outpaced Bitcoin in June have extended this gap to $1 million a day now.

The second-largest network is working at full capacity with the gas used nearing all-time highs, which have been making new records every other day. But all this usage is making the network too slow to use or too costly.

The average fee per transaction on Ethereum had reached $7.43, the highest since 2015, when the network was launched. Median transaction fees, which stayed below historic highs of $3, have also gone up to $3.89, as per Blockchair.

It was in mid-July when transaction fees started to soar on the network coinciding with the surging activity in the DeFi world.

The median gas price that has spiked to 41.39 Gwei, with average gas price at 223.68 Gwei, has been because of decentralized exchange Uniswap V2, most popular stablecoin Tether (USDT), and DEX aggregator 1inch which have been the top gas guzzlers, as per Etherscan.

Other prominent gas users include Chainlink that continues to hit new ATH, Curve DEX that is seeing explosive growth, and just launched, collapsed, and is on to launch another version, Yam.

All the activity has pushed the pending transactions on the network to reach 176,431; this congestion further drives the fees higher.

While Ethereum developers are working on reducing fees and scaling the network, the solution remains months away.

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