Big new development today: the Core wallet just added support for Ethereum, Avalanche Subnets, and all EVM-compatible chains.

This now makes @coreapp, in my opinion, the best wallet for managing assets across multiple chains.…
Core offers instant asset swaps, secure bridging technology to move across networks, and an easy on-ramp from fiat to crypto. Core has this and a lot more.
While the web3 vision is compelling, the web3 reality has been that the user experience is abysmal. This has made it difficult for all but the most sophisticated users to participate in DeFi, NFTs, and web3 in general. Core addresses this problem.
With a browser extension that now supports Ethereum, ETH L2s, Avalanche subnets, and chains such as Tron and Fantom, Core makes it a breeze to track and control digital assets across multiple chains. It's fast, it's intuitive, and it's easy to use with its universal EVM support.
Coupled with its previously announced Bitcoin support and built-in easy bridging, Core makes it easy to move your assets, get the best yields, and find the best terms for your collateral.
Importantly, Core now also provides native and automatic support for custom Subnets, which eliminates the need to manually configure new networks and tokens as the #Avalanche ecosystem grows. This will make a big difference for our users as the network scales.
If you want to play with @coreapp, it's easy to install through the Chrome store.

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Hope you have a fantastic mid-August day, with a genuine emoji that was carved out 5000+ years ago. Image
There's a certain little person I know who goes to bed every night, and right before he goes to sleep, he goes through everything that he's grateful for. So, in that spirit, here's everything I'm grateful for.
First of all, I'm grateful that #Avalanche keeps on ticking. It kept working flawlessly through countless market ups and downs.
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First of all, our hearts go out to the Solana community. Attacks like this affect not just the directly targeted system, but everyone in the space indirectly by eroding people's confidence in the space. Here's hoping for a quick clarification and recovery, if possible.
Because the transactions are signed properly, it's likely that the attacker has acquired access to private keys. But how?
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Aug 2
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This is your reminder that not all bridges are created equally 🧵
The Nomad bridge failure is an example of why bridges should not rely on complex smart contracts and experimental technology.
Nomad uses a similar design principle as optimistic rollups. This hack proves that the claim that optimistic rollups are inherently more secure is just plain old wrong.

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Jul 20
$45m of BTC bridged to Avalanche. No centralized custodian. Just trustless networking that enables users to use their BTC as collateral in DeFi.
This thing that works today reached half the size of the Lightning Network in just a month.
Many people chase hype, hope, and weak announcements around even weaker technology. Only a few actually understand the power of Avalanche's bridges and subnets.
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Jul 8
Avalanche is up and has been up for the last 365 days without a microsecond of downtime. This is why we decentralize.
Say what you will about crypto, but over the last decade, we built a collection of incredibly resilient protocols, with Avalanche at the forefront.
Just today, a major bank had a day-long outage. You literally had one job: make something work for 1/3rd of a day. You get the weekends off as well.

They just couldn't do it.
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GM GB, the Ethereum-Avalanche Bridge is about to turn 1yo later this month. In anticipation, there's some maintenance that's going on today that I'll describe.

TL;DR, the bridge addresses are going to change later today. Do not use the old addresses.

You'll recall that the Avalanche bridge is super cheap, secure, and fast, because it uses a different technology than every other bridge. Namely, it uses secure hardware that provides execution integrity, data confidentiality, and code attestation.
This means that no human, not even system administrators, have access to cryptographic keys. Even an insider could not gain unfettered access to the bridge keys – they are accessible *only* to the attested pristine bridge code executing in a secure enclave.
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