The theory is “not convincing enough to accuse the Wintermute project,” wrote BlockSec, as it highlighted that Wintermute’s actions during the hack made sense given the circumstances.
James Edwards bases his accusations on what he feels are dubious transactions and smart contract code that doesn’t match the post-mortem analysis.
Market makers are the backbone of every crypto exchange, ICO, DApp and many token listings, which is exactly why investors shouldn’t shrug off Wintermute’s hack.
Although the airdrop took place less than two weeks ago, problems have already arisen for the vaunted layer-2 scaling solution’s team and market maker.
Pantera Capital, an investment firm focused exclusively on blockchain and cryptocurrency, today announced it has invested in Wintermute, a crypto-native market maker focused on creating efficient, liquid, transparent markets. The company’s 2021 plans include the...
The Series B will fund a push into Asia and the launch of a derivatives business.