Security researchers have highlighted a bug in Friend.tech’s front end that resulted in traders overpaying for popular ‘keys.’
Base, the Optimism-based rollup incubated under Coinbase, stalled its block production yesterday, affecting applications like friend.tech.
Some say Friend.tech is just another social platform while some question if it offered shares as securities without registering with the SEC.
BitClout-esque social network Friend.Tech is losing steam after a faddish start that saw it earn more than $4 million in fees in August.
The most popular use for Base, Friend.tech, bears eerily similar features to BitClout, the failed social crypto experiment that’s down 95%.
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