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Data: Number of Addresses Holding More Than 100 BTC Reaches 4-Month Low

According to Glassnode data on September 23rd, the number of addresses holding over 100 BTC reached a 4-month low, currently reported at 15,955.

The Number of Shibarium Wallet Addresses Has Exceeded 260,000, With 160,000 Added in One Day

On August 30th, Shibarium Scan data shows that the number of Shibarium wallet addresses has exceeded 260,000, compared to about 100,000 the previous day. In addition, the network has completed over 510,000 transactions.

Data: Starknet TVL Has Rebounded by Over 46% in the Past 7 Days, and Is Now $143 Million

On August 28th, according to L2BEAT data, the locked-in value (TVL) of Starknet has rebounded by 46.06% in the past 7 days, and the current TVL is $143 million. Previously, the Starknet TVL decreased by 51% from August 16th (highest point of $203 million) to August 22nd, and the TVL fell below $100 million at one point.

The Number of Addresses Holding More Than 100 BTC Hit a 3-Month Low

Data shows the number of addresses holding more than 100 BTC has just reached a three-month low of 15,996.

More than 119 million USDC transferred from USDC Treasury to Coinbase

Data shows at 10:48 am Beijing time today, 119,363,239 USDC (119,336,382 USD) was transferred from USDC Treasury to Coinbase.

Data: On August 12, the Single-Day Destruction Volume of Ethereum Hit a New Low Since 2023

According to data from The Block, on August 12th, the daily amount of Ethereum destroyed was only 570.54 ETH, the lowest since 2023. This is close to the low point of 498.16 ETH set on October 2, 2022.

XRP Ledger Hits 1.2 Million Daily Transactions Since August

Data shows that since August, the daily transaction volume of the XRP Ledger has exceeded 1.2 million. 

What are Blue-Chip NFTs?

The rise of blue-chip NFTs is a testament to the increasing acceptance of NFTs as a form of digital art and collectibles, and a reflection of the maturation of the NFT market.
What are Blue-Chip NFTs?

Kenyan Police Raid Worldcoin's Nairobi Warehouse and Confiscate Machines and Documents

Kenyan police raided the Nairobi warehouse of Worldcoin and seized machines and documents on Saturday, according to local news sources. The officers, accompanied by multi-agency officials, entered the offices armed with a search warrant and took machines that they believe store data collected by the company. The data was taken to the Directorate of Criminal Investigations headquarters for analysis. The raid was reportedly supervised by Kenya's Data Protection Commissioner, Immaculate Kassait, who claims that Worldcoin's parent company, Tools for Humanity, failed to disclose its true intentions during registration. Worldcoin has not yet commented on the incident.

On Greek Mythology and Trustless Oracles

A story of oracles, blockchains, data, and decentralization.
On Greek Mythology and Trustless Oracles