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Infura's key role in the Ethereum network, Amazon sold a compromised hardware wallet, a federal reserve bank outlines the similarities between Bitcoin and USD, using Libraries on Solidity, and a MIT director's thoughts on crypto regulation

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April 28 · Issue #72 · View online
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💻 Consensys’s Infura is constantly aligning to the needs of developers building dApps on the Ethereum blockchain.
🛒 Even Amazon is now pumping compromised hardware wallets. Be safe out there.
🏛 A US federal reserve bank on why Bitcoin is very much like the US dollar.
👨‍💻 How to use libraries to compensate for Solidity’s understandably unsolved limitations, courtesy of Aragon’s tech lead.
👩‍⚖️ How might we establish regulation that won’t cripple innovation in this space? How might we rethink old world rules that simply does not translate in this new paradigm? These are just some of the questions that we still don’t have the answers to.
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