Sam

Kessler

Sam  Kessler

Sam is a reporter at CoinDesk focused on technology, DeFi and DAOs. He formerly led the Harvard Political Review and has a background in computer science and the technology industry. Sam owns ETH, BTC and MATIC.

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Cosmos-Builder Ignite Cuts Headcount by More Than 50%, Ex-Employees Say
The reductions come amid a crypto market crash, and after the return of Ignite’s controversial ex-CEO.
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Ignite CEO Peng Zhong Announces Departure Shortly After Re-Organization
Zhong’s exit comes weeks after the company’s former CEO, Jae Kwon, said he is re-joining the company as the CEO of spinoff New Tendermint.
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Nansen Report Shows Links Between Terra Collapse and stETH 'De-peg'
The report also explores how Celsius, Three Arrows Capital, and other firms were impacted by stETH's deviation from ETH.
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A Major Crypto Exchange Abandons Ethereum: Is the World’s Computer Falling Behind?
By ditching Ethereum for Cosmos, dYdX has sparked claims that it has chosen sovereignty over security.
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BlockFi Raises Deposit Rates, Eliminates Free Withdrawals
The rate increases across BTC, ETH, USDT and other crypto deposits come after layoffs at the company and a $250 million emergency line of credit from FTX.
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Crypto Exchange dYdX to Start a Standalone Blockchain
The layer 1 blockchain will be built in the Cosmos ecosystem.
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Ethereum's Gray Glacier (or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Difficulty Bomb)
The delay of Ethereum’s Difficulty Bomb suggests the network’s Merge to proof-of-stake might be a bit further away than hoped.
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BlockFi recibe una línea de crédito de $250 millones por parte de FTX
Los fondos serán utilizados para los saldos de los clientes en todas las cuentas, según sea necesario.
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BlockFi Receives $250M Credit Facility From FTX
The proceeds will be used to fulfill client balances across all accounts.
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