More than $5m worth of digital currency associated with the attack on The DAO is on the move.
It's been a month since the ethereum hard fork moved $150m worth of DAO ether into a withdraw-only account. Today, $25m is still unclaimed.
Millions in ether remain unclaimed from an account established for the purpose of allowing original investors in The DAO to get it back.
Forty-three percent, or nearly half of all funds, associated with The DAO have now been withdrawn by former project investors.
Ethereum has executed a hard fork of its blockchain, returning funds lost in The DAO collapse to investors.
More than $100,000 worth of digital currency tied to ethereum’s biggest hack has been successfully converted into bitcoin.
Users of the dollar-backed stablecoin DAI have staked MakerDAO governance tokens in favor of supporting a 4 percent raise to stablecoin fees.
With the DAI's dollar-peg "almost at a breaking point," governance token holders are considering whether to raise the "Dai Stability Fee."
A new initiative from venture firm CoinFund looks to get investors directly involved in the networks they invest in.
Ethereum is facing what might be its biggest tech crisis in some time, with developers split over whether software changes should recover lost funds.