Keywords: #Web3.0 #Chrome #Arbitrum
1. The Wall Street Journal: A subsidiary of Bank of Communications in Hong Kong is collaborating with multiple licensed cryptocurrency companies in Hong Kong.
Comment: Hong Kong's openness to Web3.0 is unprecedented, but it still insists on operating in compliance. June in Hong Kong is bound to be very lively.
2. US lawmakers plan to introduce legislation to impeach SEC Chairman Gary Gensler for abusing his power in cryptocurrency regulation.
Comment: This may be a good thing for Bitcoin.
3. Alert: Google Chrome browser has urgently released a security patch to fix vulnerabilities that can steal Bitcoin private keys and other information.
Comment: Generally, the Chrome browser will automatically update, but users can also manually check if they have installed the latest version. Safety first.
4. Founder of Mysten Labs: AI has "taken away" the venture capital share of the cryptocurrency field.
Comment: Although the concept of AI is very hot, investment in the cryptocurrency field is still growing. Venture capital firms are still willing to provide early-stage funding for cryptocurrency companies, but valuations have been affected.
5. The Arbitrum community is voting on proposals AIP-1.1 and AIP-1.2, and currently, the support votes are leading.
Comment: Hopefully, the Arbitrum community can respect the consensus of the community so that it can be sustainable. Rather than the project team secretly buying coins, which goes against the idea of decentralization.
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