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Today’s Cryptocurrency Headline
A proposal was submitted today in the Uniswap governance forum for the creation of Uniswap Foundation, a new entity that is completely independent of Uniswap Labs, which has the mission to support decentralized growth and sustainability of the Uniswap Protocol and its supporting ecosystem and community. The foundation will be led by former Uniswap Labs Chief of Staff Devin Walsh and Grants Program Lead Ken Ng, with Devin Walsh serving as executive director and Ken Ng serving as head of operations. It requested a total budget of $74 million, with $60 million for the Uniswap grant program and $14 million in the operating budget to build out a full team of 12 over the next two years. The foundation is also requesting 2.5 million UNI to participate in governance.
BingX’s Bitcoin Chart
According to blockchain analytics firm Chainalysis, there have been 13 separate bridge hacks this year, the most recent being the $190 million Nomad Bridge exploit. Bitcoin is down 1.52% over the last 24 hours and fell to an intraday low of $22,400.00. The relative strength index (RSI) is slightly above the midpoint, indicating that bulls still have a slight edge. The BTC/USDT pair has been trading around the 20-day exponential moving average (EMA) ($22,592) for the last few days, suggesting this is a vital indicator for both bulls and bears. If the bulls are unable to hold the price above the 20-day EMA ($22,592), the bears will attempt to pull the pair below the 50-day simple moving average (MA) ($21,352). Conversely, if the price bounces from the 20-day EMA ($22,592), the bull will attempt to push the price above $24,000.
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