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⚡️ Lightning node on a Raspberry Pi; 🕸 Kyber Network public beta; 🔎 Tether's reserve bank in Puerto Rico ; 💰 Binance bounty update; 💻 Echidna, a smart fuzzer for smart contracts

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March 19 · Issue #36 · View online
₿LOCK FRAGMΞNTS
⚡️ Do your part in making Bitcoin performant and scalable by running a Lightning node on a Raspberry Pi.
🕸 After limiting the number of users that can access the decentralized exchange, Kyber Network is now allowing access to all users.
🔎 BitMEX just found more evidence that Noble Bank is Tether’s primary reserve bank in Puerto Rico, and that the country is becoming a major cryptocurrency center.
💰 After announcing their hacker bounty, Binance released some details of their ongoing investigation to the public, to further help the community in searching for those responsible in the attack.
💻 Released at the recently concluded EthCC, Echidna is the first next-generation EVM smart fuzzer for smart contracts, featuring abstract state-machine modeling and automatic minimal test case generation. It can help find bugs in Solidity code in minutes, along with a library for writing analyses.
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