The most popular Dapp on Fantom is a Uniswap style AMM decentralized exchange called Spookyadd liquidity to uniswapSwap. It constitutes ~27% of Fantom’s DeFi TVL. Spookyswap also offers a bridging product that lets users move tokens over from chains such as Ethereum and the Binance Smart Chain.
Polkadot is a unique proof-of-stake cryptocurrency that is aimed at delivering interoperability among other blockchains. Its protocol is designed to connect permissioned and permission-less blockchains, as well as oracles, to allow systems to work together under one roof. Polkadot’s core component is its relay chain that allows the interoperability of varying networks. It also allows for “parachains,” or parallel blockchains with their own native tokens for specific-use cases.12huobi token rewardsWhere Polkadot differs from Ethereum is that rather than creating just decentralized applications on Polkadot, developers can create their own blockchain while also using the security that Polkadot’s chain already has. With Ethereum, developers can create new blockchains but need to create their own security measures, which can leave new and smaller projects open to attack, as the larger a blockchain, the more security it has. This concept in Polkadot is known as shared security.
Polkadot was created by Gavin Wood, another member of the core founders of the Ethereum project who had differing opinions on the project’s future. As of September 2021, Polkadot has a market capitalization of roughly $35 billion and one DOT trades for $35.25.135. Bitcoin Cash (BCH)Bitcoin Cash (BCH) holds an important place in the history of altcoins because it is one of the earliest and most successful hard forks of the original Bitcoin. In the cryptocurrency world, a fork takes place as the result of debates and arguments between developers and miners. Due to the decentralized nature of digital currencies, wholesale changes to the code underlying the token or coin at hand must be made due to general consensus; the mechanism for this process varies according to the particular cryptocurrency.When different factions can’t agree, sometimes the digital currency is split, with the original chain remaining true to its original code and the new chain beginning life as a new version of the prior coin, complete with changes to its code.BCH began its life in August 2017 as a result of one of these splits. The debate that led to the creation of BCH had to do with the issue of scalability; the Bitcoin network has a limit on the size of blocks: one megabyte (MB). BCH increases the block size from one MB to eight MBs, with the idea being that larger blocks can hold more transactions within them, and the transaction speed would therefore be increased.14 It also makes other changes, including the removal of the Segregated Witness protocol that impacts block space. As of September 2021, BCH has a market capitalization of around $12 billion and a value per token of $640.15
6. Stellar (XLM)Stellar is an open blockchain network designed to provide enterprise solutions by connecting financial institutions for the purpose of large transactions. Huge transactions between banks and investment firms—typically taking several days, involving a number of intermediaries, and costing a good deal of money—can now be done nearly instantaneously with no intermediaries and cost little to nothing for those making the transaction.On the daily timeframe, the range gets even clearer. As you can see, on September 9, Shiba Inu (SHIB) had a decent bounce, after taking all the lows, with a breakout on the declining volume as well. That’s a good sign for the bulls. However, after a few days, the Coinbase pump shot the price high, but it didn’t close above the range. Strong selling volume came in at that point too.
So, Shib is still trapped inside the range.On the 4h time frame, you get a better glimpse of the Coinbase pump. Massive buying volume came in and maintained its position for several hours. The price took the previous high around the range and came back down again. Over the weekend, the market saw a decent bounce, but the price got rejected from the .382 Fibonacci level.
Right now, the price is at a very important point for the bulls. It is right at the Golden Pocket Fibonacci level. This is the 0.618 and the 0.65 level (the orange horizontal lines). Also, the price is back at 200 EMA, a place that must be defended by the bulls, or Shiba Inu’s price might head towards the untapped lows.In this part, we will Shiba Inu’s price against Wrapped Ether. These valuations are better for the bulls at this point.
Price was capped inside a massive falling wedge. It broke out on the day of the Coinbase listing, retested the wedge, and now has to reclaim the 200 ema as a next step for better valuations.The breakout is better visual at the 4H time frame. First, price deviated / trapped below the wedge. Then the Coinbase pump came, price retested the wedge and the 200 ema and so far it held. However, a lower high seems to be printed here, so bulls better step in to carry it higher.Shiba Inu saw a massive pump in the month of May but also retraced in the weeks after. Ever since then, the price is trapped inside a range. The Coinbase pump was short lived, and the price came back down again.
Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party has narrowly won Canada's election, but it failed to secure a majority.This is Mr Trudeau's third federal election win, but his critics say the poll was a waste of time.The Liberals are projected to win 156 seats, short of the 170 seats needed for the majority Mr Trudeau was seeking with his early election call.
The Conservatives have held onto their main opposition status and are expected to win about 122 seats."There are still votes to be counted but what we've seen tonight is millions of Canadians have chosen a progressive plan," Mr Trudeau told supporters in Montreal in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
"You elected a government that will fight for you and deliver for you," he said.A failed gamble for Trudeau
The election, which took place during a fourth pandemic wave in Canada, was the most expensive in the country's history, costing some C$600m ($470m; £344m).The projected results suggest a parliament strikingly similar to the one elected just two years ago in 2019.The snap election call, sending Canadians to the polls for the second time in two years, was widely seen as a bid by Mr Trudeau to secure a majority government and he struggled to explain why a campaign was necessary. Conservative leader Erin O'Toole called it a waste of time and money."Canadians sent him back with another minority at a cost of $600m and deeper divisions in our great country", he told reporters.Mr Trudeau maintained that the election gave the incoming government a clear mandate in moving forward.But controversy over three instances of him wearing blackface and brownface - widely accepted as racist caricatures - resurfaced in the election campaign.
Separately he was also heckled by anti-vaccine protesters on the campaign trail, with some shouting they would refuse the Covid-19 jab.While questions will inevitably be raised about Mr Trudeau's political future, Liberal MP Pablo Rodriguez told journalists early in the evening that no matter the outcome, he had "100% confidence" in him as Liberal Party leader.
"And all the members of the party do as well," he said.The country's left-wing New Democrats (NDP), which ran on a "tax the ultra-rich" message with leader Jagmeet Singh trying to tap into progressive voters frustrated with the Liberals, looks to have picked up a small number of seats.
Vote counts will continue to trickle in over the coming days as elections officials tally the roughly one million mail-in ballots cast this election, and current seat tallies are still to be finalised.For the Conservatives, the result is a disappointment for new party leader Erin O'Toole, who ran on a centrist message in a bid to expand the party's base of support.
Like in 2019, the party is projected to have won the popular vote. But the first-past-the-post system - awarding victory to the candidate with most votes in any given constituency - means that has not translated to seats won.Speaking to party faithful in Oshawa, Ontario, a defiant Mr O'Toole pitched his vision for a bigger Conservative tent, saying: "Our party needed the courage to change because Canada has changed."He urged supporters not to waiver from the commitment to grow the party's base, acknowledging that "clearly there is more work for us to do" in setting the stage for a better showing in the next campaign.Election night - as it happened
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Conservative strategist Jason Lietaer told journalists at party headquarters that there's reason to keep Mr O'Toole on as leader despite his failure to secure them a victory."He's gone from unknown to contender in just a few weeks," Mr Lietaer said. "O'Toole was a huge underdog. To be within a few points is something we're all proud of."
While minority governments are common in Canada, coalitions are extremely rare and Mr Trudeau will need to compromise with opposition parties to pass legislation.The NDP are likely to be kingmakers in this new parliament, and could help the Liberals to survive key confidence votes and get their policies through.
Mr Singh, the NDP leader, speaking in Burnaby, British Columbia, noted he had secured concessions from Mr Trudeau in the last parliament.He said he had a laundry list of priorities this time around, and vowed to push for action on climate change, affordable housing, and healthcare."You can be sure if we work together we can build a better society," he said.The night saw setbacks for both the Green Party and the People's Party of Canada (PPC).
New Green leader Annamie Paul was badly defeated in her efforts to secure a seat in Toronto, after she struggled with internal party divisions that threatened her leadership."I am disappointed - it is hard to lose, no one likes to lose," Ms Paul said as she thanked supporters.
Still, the party is still projected to send at least two members of parliament to Ottawa.The PPC failed to secure any seats despite a late surge as its populist leader tapped into a vein of anger among some Canadians over vaccine mandates and lockdown measures, but did increase its overall vote share.
A third Russian faces charges over his alleged involvement in the 2018 Salisbury poisonings, which left three people critically ill and one dead.Prosecutors have authorised charges against Denis Sergeev in the Novichok attack on former double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia.