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Georgios Konstantopoulos
very greek accent. research & investments . optimist.
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Cloudflare Nov 27
A Byzantine failure in the real world. An analysis of the Cloudflare API availability incident on 2020-11-02.
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Georgios Konstantopoulos Nov 27
But you submit a proof of burn on the beacon chain and the SPV proof of that gets submitted to the deposit contract to allow the withdrawal
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Georgios Konstantopoulos Nov 27
Instead of creating new ETH on Eth1, maybe the deposit contract could allow withdrawals from the funds already deposited into it with some `withdraw`-like method that requires an SPV proof and transfers `amount` to `msg.sender`
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Georgios Konstantopoulos Nov 27
What Dankrad said - a strawman way to do this would be to run a light beaconchain node as an eth1 smart contract* and allow withdrawals from the deposit contracts with SPV, but that is contingent on the bls12-381 pre-compiles. It sounds simple but it's not
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Georgios Konstantopoulos Nov 26
Replying to @Iiterature
Ya but the city's name is not gonna be "Crupto Twitter"!
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Georgios Konstantopoulos Nov 26
Replying to @Iiterature
I'd take the opposite side of this bet and say that over time the importance of crypto Twitter will go down
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Georgios Konstantopoulos Nov 26
Replying to @gakonst
They then transferred the cDAI to 0x8c86, total >$3.5m: Great payday if you ask me!
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Georgios Konstantopoulos Nov 26
Replying to @gakonst
The same bot also did the same exact liquidation on 6m, 40k, 30k, and 6k DAI, for total >$3.5m cDAI worth. , ,
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Georgios Konstantopoulos Nov 26
Is this the biggest liquidation ever? The careful observer will notice 's Flash Swaps: 1. Draw ~46.1m DAI from Uni 2. Repay into Compound 3. Receive 2.4b cDAI 4. Unwrap 2.2b cDAI to 46.2m DAI 5. Repay ~46.2m DAI to Uni (30bps fee) 6. Keep the remaining 171m cDAI
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Georgios Konstantopoulos Nov 26
Will be also interesting to see how DAI's peg will react as DAI demand surges due to liquidations. Current price drop prob not significant enough to challenge the peg (w/o getting instantly arbitraged away), but TBD?
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Georgios Konstantopoulos Nov 26
For what it's worth, this is the kind of payday that liquidator and arbitrage bots are waiting for. They silently chip away at small opportunities every day, and when a big fish comes, they feast. In return, they keep the DeFi ecosystem stable (?), like a symbiote.
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Georgios Konstantopoulos Nov 26
Replying to @Ivshti
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Georgios Konstantopoulos Nov 26
I do not celebrate Thanksgiving but I wonder if we can make celebrating gas prices a thing
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Georgios Konstantopoulos Nov 26
"[...] Docker actually bypasses UFW and directly alters iptables, such that a container can bind to a port. This means all those UFW rules you have set won't apply to Docker containers." WTF? Why is DOCKER_OPTS="--iptables=false" not the default option?
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Alex Evans Nov 24
In part I of our analysis of curvature in CFMMs with and , we discuss what happens when a CFMM dominates the liquidity of a trading pair
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Tarun Chitra Nov 24
We show (and will illustrate in the following posts) that curvature, fees, and adverse selection are tightly related and you can't change one without affecting the others A lot of this work was inspired by looking at new, flat curves from , , &
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Georgios Konstantopoulos Nov 25
current nemesis: import cycle not allowed
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Georgios Konstantopoulos Nov 24
Say I have a dashboard and a Github repository with SQL Queries (and maybe some metadata about them, e.g. name, type of plot etc.) Is there any way to make Metabase automatically import the queries from that repository as questions?
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Tim Beiko | timbeiko.eth Nov 24
For anyone who wants to try the EIP-1559 testnet, I've just updated our instructions 😁🔥 They fit in a single screenshot, and are available here:
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Georgios Konstantopoulos Nov 24
This dashboard is powered by MEV Inspect, written in based on 's Typescript implementation () Plenty of open issues for contributors, also happy to help:
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