CoreDao team launches new Satoshi App for crypto Airdrops

The CoreDao team has launched the Satoshi app brand new version that aims to be the world's top free Airdrop platform and started with three test projects for all users to experience and try out before the launch of the official projects. This unique Satoshi App gives users access to participate in free token airdropping by different quality projects built on Core Chain. Launching crypto projects on the Satoshi App also gives automatic mass adoption to developers' projects by connecting high-quality projects with the mass amount of crypto lovers already on the chain. How to participate in Satoshi App Airdrops  • Download the Satoshi App and register/ login  • Choose whichever projects you are interested in to participate in airdropping  • You can choose a maximum of 8 projects at a time. • System will run each round of airdropping for an hour, participant can claim an airdrop reward at any time. • The token amount that each participant can claim is up to the parti

Solana Network is under attack as over 5000 wallets have been drained.

Solana network has reportedly under attack as thousands of its wallets have been drained, the attackers are continuing to transfer funds out of various individual wallets as we speak, and it doesn't seem the source of the exploit has been identified.

SOL, the native token of the Solana network has dropped in value after the news of over 5,000 Solana wallets has been drained in the past few hours.

"This affects multiple wallets- Phantom, slope, Solflare, TrustWallet- across a wide variety of platforms. FOR USERS, please move your assets to a hardware ledger or a centralized exchange".
Said per blockchain auditor OtterSec adding that 

"there's also been evidence of this issue affecting ETH users, although it seems less widespread."

A Twitter user named Justin Barlow confirmed the incident as he lament his USDC had been drained.
However, A spokesperson for Solana Labs Austin Federa said that ongoing investigations into the breach currently indicate that there is "no evidence" that Solana's network is at fault for the exploit.

He made it known that "Engineers from multiple ecosystems with the help of several security firms are investigating drained wallets on Solana Network. There is no evidence hardware wallets are impacted."

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