- Oasis expands its Multipy product to AAVE.
- Gitcoin’s Alpha Round is now live.
- zkSync releases an SDK for Swift.
- Den introduces its multi-sig platform.
Get the original hardware wallet (affiliate link).
Oasis Expands Multiply To AAVE
Defi protocol Oasis expanded its Multiply functionality to AAVE with initial support for ETH, wBTC, and stETH. Users can now access leveraged exposure by using borrowed assets to purchase more collateral in a single transaction via Multiply. Users also earn a yield on their collateral assets in AAVE, which is used against the borrowing rate.
A high multiplier puts the underlying collateral at a higher risk of liquidation in the event of a price drop. There is a 0.2% fee per Multiply action. The protocol also supports AAVE on its Oasis Earn boosted yield product. Initially created in 2016, Oasis was one of the first front-ends for borrowing DAI on MakerDAO.
zkSync Releases SDK For Swift
zkSync released a new zkSync 2.0 SDK for Swift, a general-purpose programing language designed for native iOS development. Swift developers can now use the SDK to easily build iOS and macOS applications for zkSync 2.0. The SDK supports wallet connection, deposits, transfers, withdrawals, and balance checks.
Den Introduces Multi-Sig For Organizations
Den introduced its multi-sig wallet solution built on Safe. The Den application fetches existing Safe wallets and allows organizations to manage assets, DeFi interactions, and on-chain operations. Den parses transaction data and provides a transaction simulator powered by Tenderly, allowing users to preview transactions.
The platform also includes Discord, Telegram, and SMS bots that automatically send recurring signature request notifications to signers in an effort to speed up the transaction execution process for organizations. Den also includes a transaction builder with support for batching. The Den multi-sig manager is now live at onchainden.com.
Gitcoin Alpha Round Is Now Live
The Gitcoin Program Alpha Round is now live. The alpha round is part of the Grants Protocol, which allows any community to launch and curate its own quadratic funding grants round. This initial alpha round features a $1 million matching pool and 200 grantees with an open source, Ethereum infrastructure, or climate project.
Only donations made by users with a Gitcoin Passport will be eligible for the matching fund. Gitcoin Passport is the platform’s verifiable credentials tool that authenticates a user’s identity across web2 and web3 platforms. Users who donate at least $10 to projects in the current alpha round, between now and January 31st, will be eligible for a POAP.
Lens SDK v0.2.0 Release
Lens Protocol released Lens SDK v0.2.0, an update that includes additional hooks for shaping the social graph, browsing content, and querying revenue information. The current SDK release serves as a developer preview as Lens Protocol works toward an initial V1 stable release. Future releases will include an API abstraction client and support for Data Availability posts. Lens Protocol is a Polygon-based social graph used for building web3 social applications.