WuBlockchain Weekly：Aptos、Justin Sun $HT Bag、WhatsMiner and Top10 News
1、Aptos: Mainnet Launch, Release of Token Economics, Airdrop
On October 17, Aptos Labs announced the launch of its mainnet, Aptos Autumn, followed by the release of token economics and the announcement of an APT token airdrop for early participants.
2、74 million $HT suspected to have been transferred to Justin Sun's wallet from huobi wallet link
3、WhatsMiner Announces Production of Bitcoin Miners in the United States
WhatsMiner, the world's second largest bitcoin miner manufacturer, recently announced that it is officially producing bitcoin miners in the U.S., with Synos Corp OEM, currently producing mainly air-cooled miners, with capacity currently at 10,000 miners per month, which could scale up to 30,000 miners per month in the future. With China cracking down on bitcoin mining, mining machine manufacturers have been moving their factories out of the country. Bitmain is primarily focused on its Malaysia factory.
4、Since October, KuCoin has increased its monitoring of IPs of users in mainland China link
5、The StarkNet token, which was scheduled to launch at the end of September, will be available on the chain in October link
6、Stephen Chow Announces Web3 Talent Recruitment
Stephen Chow opened an ins social account and posted a job posting for Web3 talent, requiring familiarity with Web3, project management experience, brains and kindness, and that he would personally pick the person. Previously, Stephen Chow was briefly involved in the NFT project.
7、Tesla Made No Changes to Its Bitcoin Holdings in Third Quarter link
Electric car maker Tesla (TSLA) did not sell any of its bitcoin holdings nor purchase any additional bitcoin in the third quarter, the company reported Wednesday in its latest earnings report. The value of its digital assets remained at $218 million, the same as they were at the end of the second quarter, when Tesla surprised some investors by selling $936 million worth of bitcoin, or approximately 75% of its total holdings, in order to raise cash.
9、Binance Pool To Support BTC Mining Industry With a $500M Miner Lending Project link
Binance Pool has recently launched a $500 million project to support the crypto mining industry. In addition to serving borrowers, Binance Pool is looking for cloud mining vendors.
10、HKSAR Government to Issue Policy Statement on the Development of Virtual Assets in Hong Kong
According to a weblog released by the Financial Secretary of Hong Kong, Mr. Paul Chan, the HKSAR Government will release a policy statement on the development of virtual assets in Hong Kong at the Financial Technology Week to be held from October 31 to November 4. The policy statement will clearly articulate the government's position and demonstrate to the global industry its vision to promote Hong Kong as an international virtual asset hub and its commitment and determination to explore financial innovation with the global asset industry. This year, Hong Kong Fintech Week will also include a new element by distributing limited edition Proof of Attendance Protocol (POAP) tokens to participants in the form of NFT.
Celestia raises $55M to launch modular blockchain network link
Crypto Gaming Startup Stardust Raises $30 Million Despite Slump link
WazirX founder’s blockchain project Shardeum raises $18 million link
ChainSafe raises $18.8 million to build long lasting blockchain dev tools link
Blockchain.com Gets More Funding Despite Tough Crypto Market link
Multicoin backs college sports fan platform Mercury’s $7.5 million raise link
Light Protocol raised $4.2M led by Polychain Capital link
Delysium Raised $10 Million in a Strategic Round link
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