The podcast covers a range of topics including the formation of the CFTC’s new crypto subcommittee, the launch of Devnet 7, the increase in blocks going through mev-boost, and the introduction of optimistic mev-boost relays. The podcast also discusses the upcoming increase in restaking capacity by EigenLayer and changes at Rocket Pool.
- CFTC’s New Crypto Subcommittee: The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has announced a new Digital Asset Markets Subcommittee. Advisors for this subcommittee include major financial institutions and crypto companies such as BlackRock, Goldman, JPMorgan, Fidelity, Moody’s, Nasdaq, HSBC, Polygon, and Uniswap.
- Devnet 7 Launch: EIP-4844 Devnet, version 7, has been launched and is running stably with over 9,000 blocks.
- Increase in Blocks Through MEV-Boost: More than 95% of all blocks are now going through mev-boost, indicating a significant rise in its usage.
- Optimistic MEV-Boost Relays: The introduction of optimistic relaying in the MEV game is aimed at unlocking a latency edge for builders.
- EigenLayer’s Increased Restaking Capacity: EigenLayer is planning to increase its restaking capacity for LST and native restaking.
- Changes at Rocket Pool: Rocket Pool is undergoing changes with the pDAO set to receive millions in additional funding. The funds are expected to be used for deep RPL liquidity oracle and cross-chain rETH incentives.
- Bullish: The sentiment in the podcast is generally bullish, particularly with the formation of the CFTC’s new crypto subcommittee, which includes major financial institutions and crypto companies. This development suggests growing institutional interest and involvement in the crypto space. The successful launch of Devnet 7 and the increase in blocks going through mev-boost also indicate positive progress in the Ethereum ecosystem.
- Bearish: There were no explicitly bearish sentiments expressed in the podcast.
- Neutral: The host maintains a neutral stance while discussing the various developments, providing an objective overview of the events without expressing personal investment advice.