It seems like hack after hack has plagued the DeFi ecosystem, most recently with dForce's $25M. Is the beginning of the end of the DeFi hype or just a blip in the road?
Let's also chat about Ripple's lawsuit against YouTube and the general issues that are plaguing our dearly beloved video platform (plz don't ban me for talking about this).
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