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0.00002956 BTC
Market Cap (Rank#95)
19,442 BTC
Vol 24h
784.09 BTC
Circulating Supply
Max Supply
6 days agocryptopotato
1inch Unveils New Feature to Protect Users From ‘Sandwich Attacks’
In 2022 so far, sandwich attacks have led to estimated losses of at least $800 million.
7 days agocointelegraph
1inch releases new tool to protect traders against ‘sandwich attacks’
The company said that the new tool works by allowing users to submit transactions directly to validators.
15 days agocryptodaily
How to use CEX trading features on a non-custodial wallet?
How smart contract wallets like Ambire open-up web3 and DeFi without compromising security. With the recent collapse of FTX and BlockFi, as well as other centralized entities like Celsius and 3AC earlier this year, the crypto community seems even more committed to enabling self-custody to everyone and educating the public on its benefits. There are already many public accounts of how the FTX/Alameda scandal and financial predicament came to be, and the ensuing debate has already pointed towards why it happened and how self-custody mitigates such risks. As the DeFi space is doubling-down on efforts to "convert" more and more people to self-custody, we see questions such as: ‘How to use DeFi like a CEX?’ or ‘What are the DeFi alternatives to FTX?’ and ‘How to switch from FTX to a non-custodial wallet?’ raised by the concerned public. In this article we explore how a self-custodial smart wallet can be used instead of centralized exchanges (like Binance, FTX,, Huobi, Kraken, KuCoin etc. ) without sacrificing features. DeFi and Web3 safely, from a smart wallet dashboard Smart contract wallets are at the moment in the spotlight, as many claim them to be both the safest way to crypto security (assets are protected by code and bound to the algorithm of the contract) and the tools to create processes and organizations for a future decentralized society. Smart wallet accounts are in fact smart contracts deployed directly on the blockchain, making them immutable. And the account keys — i.e. the custody of the account— are permanently held by the account user, while the danger of losing seed phrases (common in EOAs like MetaMask or hardware wallets) is abstracted away using sophisticated and hybrid forms of protection such as multisig and social recovery. Our weapon of choice for the day is Ambire, an open-source self-custodial smart contract wallet that focuses on security and UX, while also delivering easy web3 and DeFi engagement. Designed for the EVM space, their recent ‘Own Your Money’ campaign captures the crypto ethos as we’re moving forward from the FTX scandal. Although comparable results can be achieved with other smart contract wallets like Argent or [Gnosis] Safe, Ambire distinguishes itself through its easy on-boarding and overall UX, offering features like email & password sign-up, informative UI or its curated dApp catalog . Registering a self-custodial account with email only One unique feature to Ambire Wallet is that users can securely use email/password to register, so they don't make any UX compromises compared to a CEX; this approach also excludes the need to manage a seed phrase. Pro tip: Use a Trezor or Ledger hardware wallet with Ambire for additional security Another advantage when opening a self-custodial account with smart contract wallets is that users don't need to pass a KYC ("Know your customer") procedure. In Ambire’s case, the sign-up process takes less than 30 seconds, similar to web2 platforms: Buying crypto Users don't need to own crypto to start using smart contract wallets: just like on any centralized exchange, they can top up their account through different methods, such as: Bank wire Credit card Debit card With Ambire Wallet, top-ups are available in EUR, USD, CAD and more currencies, and are supported through 3rd party on- and off-ramp partners. Spot Trading - How to trade with smart contract wallets Users can trade-spot on decentralized exchanges (DEXes) instead of centralized ones (CEXes): funds always remain in their custody, while activity is recorded on-chain and protected against fraud by smart contracts. For a simple market order, users can navigate to the Ambire Wallet Swap tab and choose between thousands of tokens to exchange: How to execute a limit order with smart contract wallets? To execute limit orders on DEXes with smart wallets, users can simply go to the desired platform and connect their wallet through its WalletConnet feature —below the 1inch protocol DEX connected to Ambire Wallet: Pro tip: Users can even engage in P2P trading on 1inch with Ambire Wallet How to trade perpetuals with smart contract wallets? Crypto-savvy users also engage with perpetuals on DeFi, and that’s also possible with smart contract wallets. Similar to the limit order procedure, users need to navigate to the desired trading platform and connect using the WalletConnect feature. With Ambire Wallet, users can use GMX and long or short tokens on the Arbitrum network with up to 30x leverage. Alternatively, they can also try Mycelium or dydx. How to stake ETH with smart contract wallets? CEXes usually offer exposure to staking in DeFi protocols at the cost of staking fees. A preferable alternative for users is to directly connect to staking protocols. With Ambire Wallet, users you can engage in ETH "liquid staking" via Lido Finance Engaging DeFi protocols with Ambire Wallet Ambire offers a curated web3 dApp Catalog, available straight from the user dashboard on the twelve L1 and L2 supported networks. The dApps vary from exchanges to vaults to DEX aggregators, voting and signing solutions or 3D virtual worlds (e.g. Decentraland) and are integrated after security and compatibility validation by the wallet’s team. The dApp Catalog features ParaSwap, CowSwap, Hop Protocol, Sudoswap, AAVE, Balancer, DeFi Saver, Stakewise and many others. How to withdraw crypto to FIAT Some smart contract wallets also have cash-out solutions for crypto. Ambire Wallet allows users to withdraw funds just like any centralized exchange, with the rassuring exception that it cannot freeze user assets. Cashing out is done via 3rd party off-ramp solution Guardarian, with fees starting from 2% (depending on geography and applicable legislation) and limits of up to 15k EUR/monthly. Available currencies include EUR, USD, GBP. Could Smart Contract Wallets be the future? Even though less known than MetaMask or, smart contract wallets are now being recognized as a superior technology from a security standpoint. At the same time, it is clear these types of wallets have already developed tools, features and capabilities able to deliver what users need: apart from guaranteed security, a way to engage, organize processes and social interaction, trade and earn on web3. With so much to be offered to a public in need of security and stability, it remains to be seen if smart contract wallets can become the dominant technology of the decade. Disclaimer As with any type of trading or financial enterprise, users are encouraged to do their own research (DYOR). This article does not constitute financial advice. Using DeFi protocols instead of trading on CEXes comes with inherent risks, although none of them connected to smart contract wallets: Protocol risks Protocol hacks Understanding how protocols work Disclaimer: This article is provided for informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice.
16 days agocointelegraph
1inch seeks to optimize gas costs with its new v5 router
The new router features a number of updates, including an improved smart contract error processing system.
18 days agocryptodaily
Solana-Based Liquidity Hub Forked After FTX Hack
Liquidity hub Serum had to be forked as it was compromised when a hack targeted the crypto exchange FTX. Developers Launch New Fork The widely used Solana-based liquidity hub Serum was compromised in the November 11 hack of the FTX crypto exchange, which led to several unauthorized transactions. As a result, Solana developers worked through the weekend to fork the hub by creating and deploying a verified build of the same version. One such developer, who goes by the online pseudonym of Mango Max, tweeted the news and also revealed that the upgrade authority and fee revenues have been put under the management of a team of trusted developers through a multi-sig mechanism. Mango Max also revealed that the Serum update key was not controlled by the Serum decentralized autonomous organization (DAO). Instead, it was controlled by a private key connected to FTX. Since no one could confirm who controlled the key and the team could not update the original version of Serum without the private key, the developers were forced to fork the code. Finally, they disclosed that both Serum (SRM) and MegaSerum (MSRM) tokens have not been affected by the exposure or the fork and are functioning as before. Solana Platforms Join New Fork Solana co-founder Anatoly Yakovenko revealed that the upgraded key on the liquidity hub was compromised after the FTX hack, which required the forking of the code. He tweeted, “The devs that depend on serum are forking the program because the upgrade key to the current one is compromised. This has nothing to do with SRM or even Jump. A ton of protocols depend on serum markets for liquidity and liquidations.” Liquidity provider Jupiter, which is the most popular aggregator on Solana, revealed that following the FTX hack, the team had security concerns about Serum’s upgrade authorities and had to turn it off as a liquidity source. The team clarified that it would support the new fork. Mango Markets and SolBlaze have also announced their integration with the new fork. SOL Affected By FTX Drama After a catastrophic week of plummeting valuation, the FTX exchange was dragged further through the mud when it was hacked. The team updated the community on its official Telegram channel and revealed that the attack resulted in losses worth $600 million. The attack saw several tokens, including SOL, being siphoned off from FTX wallets and transferred to decentralized exchanges like 1inch. However, SOL was hit hard even before the hack occurred. The crisis at FTX and Alameda Research affected Solana’s TVL (total value locked), which dropped nearly 33% last Wednesday. Disclaimer: This article is provided for informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice.
20 days agocryptodaily
FTX Crisis Deepens As Beleaguered Exchange Faces Potential Hack
The FTX crisis is showing no signs of abating, with the exchange now facing the spectre of a potential hack. Officials at FTX appeared to confirm the hack on Telegram and urged users to delete all apps associated with FTX and avoid the website entirely. Mysterious Outflows Point To Potential Hack FTX wallets saw a flurry of activity late on Friday, as more than $600 million left the exchange’s wallets, with no clarity around who was behind the transactions or why. The wallet address to which the funds are being transferred to revealed that it had received funds from a host of international and U.S.-based wallets linked to FTX. The wallet amassed over 83,878.63 ETH in just over two hours starting from 9.20 PM ET. FTX officials soon revealed on its official Telegram channel that the exchange had been hacked, urging users to delete any FTX apps on their devices and not to install any updates. Additionally, they also urged users to avoid the FTX website. “FTX has been hacked. FTX apps are malware. Delete them. Chat is open. Don’t go on the FTX site as it might download Trojans.” Speculations About Activities As Rumors Swirl Blockchain investigators were quick to speculate on the transfers and raise questions about the company’s intent. Some investigators saw the transfer as the beginning of the bankruptcy process before rumors of an external hack emerged. Users pointed to the fact that some of the transactions included derogatory notes and messages directed at FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried. Other users suggested that the transfer of funds was being coordinated by someone who was part of the FTX founder’s inner circle. However, Twitter and crypto sleuth ZachXBT tweeted that multiple former FTX employees confirmed that they do not recognize any of the ongoing transfers. On-chain data sources showed that Ethereum, Solana, and Binance Smart Chain tokens had been moved from FTX’s official wallets to decentralized exchanges such as 1Inch. FTX General Counsel Ryne Miller stated that FTX was investigating abnormal wallet fund movements related to FTX across exchanges. “Investigating abnormalities with wallet movements related to the consolidation of FTX balances across exchanges - unclear facts as other movements not clear. Will share more info as soon as we have it.” FTX Remains Silent Curiously, the transfers have yet to be officially addressed by the FTX leadership and come on the same day the exchange filed for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Protection after losing billions in user funds. FTX wallet holders also reported seeing their balances down to $0 in their FTX and FTX US wallets. By midnight, the FTX login portal went down, giving users a “503 error” each time they attempted to log in. The site, however, remains online. “Multiple people are saying that their FTX balances now read $0 as soon as this attack began. Previously it showed their balance but was just not withdrawable.” Disclaimer: This article is provided for informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice.

About 1inch

The live price of 1inch (1INCH) today is 0.501136 USD, and with the current circulating supply of 1inch at 657,716,278.48 1INCH, its market capitalization stands at 329,605,211 USD. In the last 24 hours 1INCH price has moved -0.017864 USD or -0.03% while 7,841,449 USD worth of 1INCH has been traded on various exchanges. The current valuation of 1INCH puts it at #95 in cryptocurrency rankings based on market capitalization.

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1inch Price0.501136 USD
Market Rank#95
Market Cap329,605,211 USD
24h Volume13,293,121 USD
Circulating Supply657,716,278.48 1INCH
Max Supply1,500,000,000 1INCH
Yesterday's Market Cap321,225,440 USD
Yesterday's Open / Close0.527601 USD / 0.509737 USD
Yesterday's High / Low0.527601 USD / 0.506515 USD
Yesterday's Change
-0.03% ( 0.017864 USD )
Yesterday's Volume7,841,449 USD
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