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COMBO Price:
$94.2 K
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Market Cap:
$640.7 K

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The price of #COMBO today is $0.018 USD.

The lowest COMBO price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.018, and the current live price for one COMBO coin is $0.01802.

The all-time high COMBO coin price was $6.92.

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The code for Furucombo crypto currency is #COMBO.

Furucombo is 1.7 years old.


The current market capitalization for Furucombo is $640,657.

Furucombo is ranking upwards to #905 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


There is a modest daily trading volume on #COMBO.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Furucombo is $94,179.


The circulating supply of COMBO is 35,558,326 coins, which is 36% of the total coin supply.


COMBO is a token on the Ethereum blockchain, and has digital contracts with 2 other blockchains.

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Furucombo Quarterly Update #34

The Furucombo team has been hard at work, completing numerous marketing campaigns such as workshops, community calls, and FuruRadio events. There have also been lots of product updates. Let’s get into all the changes from last quarter! — Furucombo Community Calls. — Furucombo hosts a community call once a month. Since our last newsletter we have had 4 calls with the community. To stay up to date on protocol updates, and to earn special badges, join us on our calls to get the latest with what’s going on with Furucombo. The following are links to the monthly calls: Community Call 26 (May 23rd), Community Call 27 (June 22nd), Community Call 28 (July 26th), Community Call 29 (August 24th), — Furucombo Workshops. — Furucombo hosts a monthly workshop which are interactive events that show users how to use our products! We have completed many detailed workshops which are linked below. Check them out and feel free to follow our Youtube channel to stay up to date on the latest workshops. Farming: An Introduction to Yield Farming on Furucombo, Funds: An Introduction to Investing & Becoming a Fund Manager, Flashloans: Advanced Edition, Ethereum Stategies, — FuruRadio. — Furucombo has hosted four more excellent FuruRadio podcasts with many special guests since the last newsletter update. We have had many great topics, and amazing discussions. The following is a list for our radio podcasts. Also, feel free to follow us on our Spotify, Apple Play, or Youtube to stay up to date on these podcasts. FuruRadio #2: Security in DeFi (with special guests: Kostas & Yannis from Dedaub, & Adrian from ImmuneFi), FuruRadio #3: Fund in DeFi (with special guests: Crews from Indexcoop & Ramon from Babylon), FuruRadio #4: The Future of AMMs (with special guests: Tyler from Quickswap, Mounir from Paraswap, Leo from Dodo, & Julian from Apeswap), FuruRadio #5: Layer 2 Scaling Solutions (with special guests: Liam & Orest from Scroll, Aishwary & Hamzah from Polygon, and Dosh from Gnosis), — Protocol Updates. — The Furucombo protocol has had lots of great updates. The following is a brief list of new updates we’ve had in the last quarter. To stay up to date with the newest updates, feel free to join us on our Discord in which we have added a change-log channel. Integrated Aave V3, Adjusted initial fee (0% → 0.2%), New farming pools on Ethereum & Polygon - Added Quickswaps Dual-Farming & Auto-Farming Pools - Added Curve Finance Pools, New fund managers, Easily invest in Yearn or Curve vaults with our invest system, $COMBO and $COMBO LP holders can use Snapshot to vote on proposals. This includes Smart Wallets as well, — Governance Updates. — Furucombo Improvement Proposal #3 was a huge milestone for the product as it introduced the fee mechanism. This means that the treasury will now start to generate more revenue. This revenue can be managed by $COMBO token holders. The fees were unanimously voted in favor of implementing, and can be found on our docs page. To participate in future governance proposals, make sure you create an account on the Furucombo Forum and feel free to make any proposal you’d like. You can also ask any of the core team members for help or support in setting up a governance proposal. — Discord Updates. — The Furucombo community comes first, and that’s why we have made it a priority to always include updates to our Discord to make the experience as good as we can for our loyal members. Most importantly we have added an experience system for active members to earn exp! This exp will have more use cases later on, but for now it helps us track who is active in the Discord. Additionally, we have added a good morning, or GM channel, for everyone to say ‘gm’ and wish others a wonderful day. These updates we have made will help to make the experience more interactive and enjoyable for everyone. Hope to see you there to check out all the great things we have! — Events & Competitions. — The team has attended some events and competitions to help spread the word of Furucombo, stay up to date on the latest in the crypto scene, and to continue to hone our skills for the future. The biggest event we attended was EthCC5 in Paris! The temperatures were high, but the enthusiasm was even higher as the team explored and shared information with other participants and protocols at the event. We put together two amazing digests that summarize everything we accomplished at EthCC5. Additionally, there was a great speech from the founder and CEO of Furucombo Hsuan-Ting Chu which can also be found below. His speech was on ‘how composability will continue to disrupt wall street’ and is a talk you won’t want to miss. Link to Digest 1, Link to Digest 2, ‘How composability will continue to disrupt wallstreet’ by Hsuan-Ting Chu, The blockchain team also participated in Paradigm CTF 2022 solving complex challenges under the name ‘MemeRescuer’. They brainstormed, solved challenges, and raced to the finish line. Our team was able to achieve a rank of 21st out of 445 teams which is a great achievement! — Articles. — In order to help survive the bear market, we wrote some tips! The best time to be cautious is in a bear market, but it’s also the best time to make some sound bets and to take advantage of future bull markets. This article gives you some tips on how to manage your portfolio in these difficult times. You can find the Furucombo Bear Market Survival Tips attached in the link. — Security. — Security is of paramount importance to us. To ensure we have the most robust auditing and bug bounty program, we have partnered with Immunefi who is a leader in the space for providing bug bounties to white hats. This will reinforce the security of Furucombo and we will work with the community to squash any bugs. To learn more about our bug bounty you can read more from the attached link. Additionally we have completed audits for our fund system from Dedaub and Peckshield. To learn more about these audits, you can find them attached in the link or from our docs page. That’s all for now. Feel free to follow us on Twitter and join our Discord to get in on the conversation. See you there! 😎 You can check our previous newsletter editions here. Want to be inspired by more DeFi strategies? Check out our Learn page. You can find up to 50 combos with their own detailed explanations about how they work. — Hope you enjoy this edition’s content! 😁 - — Contact us - If you experience issues that are not covered in this guide, please reach out to the team directly through telegram. Furucombo:, Twitter: @furucombo, Discord:, Recommend Read: Beginner’s guide to Furucombo, Furucombo Quarterly Update #34 was originally published in FURUCOMBO on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Furucombo Loyalty Airdrop Campaign

It’s been a busy year for the Furucombo team and community. We’ve launched many different campaigns such as workshops, FuruRadio, and attended many events such as ETH Denver and ETHCC Paris. Now it’s time to give back to our loyal community members once again. We are happy to announce our second loyalty airdrop! — Eligibility:. — To be eligible for the second loyalty airdrop you simply have to be a metal cube holder, or have greater than 3000 Furucombo points. You can check your points by connecting your wallet to the Furucombo interface and navigating under the wallet tab. If you meet the eligibility, to qualify for the airdrop, you’ll need to deposit $500 to any Auto-Farming Pool, or migrate a balance greater than $500 from the original Furucombo farms. There will be $1000 in Furucombo Fund Share Tokens (FFST) to be shared between all the eligible participants. Additionally, every $500 staked in an Auto-Farming Pool will earn 20 points per week (previously $1000). This means you can start earning points to become eligible for the next loyalty airdrop, even if you did not qualify for the second round. — Campaign Period:. — The campaign will run from August 15th to September 4th at 4pm UTC. This means if you stake $500 in an Auto-Farming Pool, and have a Metal Cube OR at least 3000 points, then you’ll qualify for this airdrop. A snapshot will be taken at the end of the event date. Only wallet addresses with $500 or more at the time of the snapshot will be eligible. As always if you have any questions or concerns feel free to reach out to us anytime in our community Discord from the link below. Thanks again to our loyal community members.Furucombo reserves the right to change the details of the contest at any time. — Links - Website:, Discord:, Twitter: @furucombo, Furucombo Loyalty Airdrop Campaign was originally published in FURUCOMBO on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

EthCC [5] 2022 Breaking news day 3

Introduction The Furucombo team is happy to attend and sponsor EthCC Paris! We decided to summarize the talks we attended so everyone could join along in all the developments in the crypto space. The following will be a diary of our days at attending EthCC in Paris. Enjoy!Talks digest — Permissionless work: Are DAOs a new form of human coordination, or just bull-run fireworks?. — 📹 Video Shared by Hart Lambur from UMA. Traditional organizations, just like TradFi, are enforced by a legal recourse which hasn’t been changed for over 2000 years. DeFi has proven itself in that even with simply reimplementing the existing service, making it globalized and universally accessible is already a breakthrough. Not to mention there IS more features like AMM, which does not exist in the world of TradFi. The same idea is consistent in a DAO. Natively globalized means a lot on running an organization. It’s not yet mature and all kinds of experiments are still ongoing, but eventually it will be a part of how the world works. — Optimistic Oracles: Why human-powered truth machines are inevitable oracle technology.. — 📹 Video Shared by Chris Maree from UMA. Oracles are an important component being used in DeFi. However, in most of the cases, oracles are acting as a price feed. When it comes to running a DAO, inevitably more kinds of data are required to deal with all kinds of circumstances to decide how the DAO should act. UMA proposed a solution, Optimistic Oracle (OO), to provide a data source that is more general, and does not require high frequency updates. By a network of requesters, proposers, and disputers, OO is able to provide requested answers after a certain liveness period of time. OO as a generalized data oracle might be the important piece to make a DAO complete. — Growing as a DAO — MakerDAO Lessons Learned. — 📹 video Shared by Nadia Alvarez from MakerDAO. MakerDAO has been a very classic example when it comes to the discussion of DAO. A single DAO to deal with all the problems is way too complicated when the company grows. Growth Core Unit is MakerDAO’s answer. However, continuing to monitor the product through matrices, and letting members guide the plan is still important to make sure everything goes well. Additionally, to make sure that team members stay with the same mindset. Growing decentralized is not efficient. Coordination is indispensable, but resources can come from all over the world. Take care of your DAO. — The Age of Rollups. — 📹 video Shared by A.J. Warner from Offchain Labs. Arbitrum continuously improves the onboarding process of new users to L2, which should be more friendly to those who might be new to crypto and have no idea about different layers. Also, considering there are still many DAOs that run on Ethereum, they also propose a DAO migration procedure to make a DAO able to work on Arbitrum easily. This should lower the barrier of entry and encourage people to participate more actively. Except the standard solution Arbitrum Nitro, there is also Anytrust chain. Anytrust Chain aims to provide the solution for gaming and metaverse that requires higher frequency, lower cost, and a higher risk tolerance solution. — Thoughts about the longer term future of the Ethereum protocol. — 📹 video Shared by Vitalik. The Ethereum protocol is undergoing a long process of changing right now, which should eventually become a robust and powerful system. After the Merge, Surge, Verge, Purge, and Splurge there will be several deep changes to the Ethereum system. This includes the monetary policy, security model, and the transaction including process. During this phase, there will be inevitable short term pain, but Ethereum will settle to a stable condition eventually. By lowering the transaction cost, making the node lighter, and lowering the barrier for people to run a full node which ultimately makes the entire system more decentralized. Vitalik ended with keeping an open mind, we don’t know what will happen in 2023 yet, but keep building and continue to make Ethereum better and better. — Research and Development of Sustainable Defi Ecosystems. — 📹 video Shared by Windra Thio from Element Finance. The development in the DeFi ecosystem has several properties. All kinds of integrations bring a high degree of composability. Transparency makes it easy to replicate, and easy to compete on products. High complexity brings massive opportunities for simplification. However, there are several points that need to be taken care of such as: PromotingWhen it comes to promoting a product, it’s easy to get lost in providing incentives to bootstrap. Is the incentive the product, or the product itself should be the incentive? User feedbackWe should always care about our users. Understand your user, and don’t take feedback for granted. To know your user, making the community an active place is important to make discussion happen. Be active usersWhat we want to build and what users want to use might not be the same. Look forwardConsider the growth and change of your user base. How do macro and market cycles play a role? Both power user and new user should be consideredMisc — Swag. — The swag at ETH Paris was fantastic this year. Lots of style and depth to the designs. Many protocols went all out on providing their branded swag and came well prepared stocked with plenty of items to give away. Shirts were the most popular item. Almost every protocol had at least shirts to give away, as well as stickers and some accessories. There were no hoodies at this event because of how warm Paris was this summer. Some protocols also had items that were specially branded for their after party events, such as makers DAIvinity, and the Future of France event. All in all there was so much good swag that you didn’t want to miss collecting every piece!LinksWebsite: furucombo.appDiscord: discord.furucombo.appTwitter: @furucombo EthCC [5] 2022 Breaking news day 3 was originally published in FURUCOMBO on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

EthCC [5] 2022 Breaking news day 2

Introduction The Furucombo team is happy to attend and sponsor EthCC Paris! We decided to summarize the talks we attended so everyone could join along in all the developments in the crypto space. The following will be a diary of our days at attending EthCC in Paris. Enjoy!Talks digest — Gate Your App Without Doxing Your Users: ZK Attestations & Attestations as Web3 Cookies to Leverage your On-chain Data. — 📹 video Shared by Leo Sayous from Sismo. Sismo is a modular attestations protocol focused on decentralization, privacy, and useability. Sismo proposed a well organized solution that enables generating proofs to specific groups of accounts. Attester contracts issue attestations from claims about group memberships that are made by users. To prove themselves, users need to provide corresponding zk proofs — yet to be verified. Who are the users of such Attestation? Attestation can benefit reputation systems, access control, and plays an important role in identity curation (which is also known as DID). Those attestations can be issued through a centralized credential, in a decentralized way (like a badge), in a non-transferrable token, or as a soulbound token. Despite the availability of on-chain service, attestation is also the key to the data liquidity. This data liquidity can be the key to break the current limits of web3 services. — How to Use DeFi to Facilitate the Fiat Funding of Crypto Companies. — 📹 video Shared by Victor Charpiat from Kolat. Many Web3 companies raise their funds through crypto. However, companies need fiat to operate. One of the solutions is using crypto as collateral, and borrowing fiat. In most of the cases, that collateral will be reused to generate extra interest. However, just like what just happened to Celsius & Three Arrows Capital, the lack of transparency put the lender at risk. KOLAT proposed a way to solve this issue by managing the funds through a multisig wallet in which KOLAT can be one of the verifiers which lowers the risk of funds being controlled by a single person. We can see that people are starting to become aware of the problem of these centralized entities, and are trying to figure out some solution to prevent such things from happening again. — OpenVino + Kleros: BioDigital Certification. — 📹 video Shared by Mike Tango Bravo from OpenVino. The presenter Mike is introducing their services, OpenVino, the open-source winery and wine-backed crypto-asset. WTB Token represents a bottle of wine. The vineyard owner can start to sell the wines which are not ready to sell yet (normally should be stored for about 3 years). The WTB holders can trade them anytime, and can redeem them to get a bottle shipped 3 years after production. Once you redeem it, you will get a token representing your share of that winery and you can also leave a comment attached to that series of wines on-chain. This can be fascinating for people who are probably not going to have their own vineyard, even if it’s just a tiny part of ownership. The Biodigital certification is achieved by running a staking & validating network. This is a good example of how Web3 can and will become a solution to one’s real-life problems. — State of ENS. — 📹 video Shared by Makoto Inoue from ENS. Everybody starts to find the connection on-chain by using POAP’s, ENS’, or OAT’s. A fun fact is that people who have ENS’ are generally not crypto developers, it’s owned by some brand. Another interesting development is that it’s about how to transfer your subdomain. For example, if there is a domain called `alice.furucombo.ens`, it will be represented by a real NFT. Furucombo can transfer this NFT to Alice, and now Alice has this subdomain’s ownership. — State of the Art of Ethereum Smart Contract Fuzzing in 2022. — 📹 video Shared by Patrick Ventuzelo from FuzzingLabs. Testing is an important stage of contract development. Fuzzing is known as one of the most efficient techniques to find bugs in software. When it comes to contracts, it provides a completely different idea from testing the function behavior. The number of fuzzers are still limited. Echidna has been developed for a comparatively long period of time, which is the most complete solution. Foundry is new but popular recently, which is worth looking forward to. — Re-imagining the DevEx/Ux of Wallets & Dapps. — 📹 video Shared by Gregory Markou from ChainSafe. The user experience has been more mature and crypto OGs are starting to get used to everything. However, there are still several points which make no sense from a user’s perspective, such asRequiring user to connect their wallet, which force user to reveal their actual addressWallets should return more information to keep the state synced with services (see EIP-1193, EIP-2831 for more information) Another thing that is quite interesting is that the seed phrase we are using is based on BIP-39 is comprised of 12 or 24 words. By adding an extra word to the seed phrase (which is actually designed from the beginning), this lets users have an extra list of accounts, just like a squirrel hiding its nuts. — Building Decentralized Apps. — 📹 video In this speech, by Austin Griffith from Ethereum Foundation, Scaffold-eth is introduced. Scaffold Eth is a tool to support developers in debugging or demoing their contract easier. Also it is a good tool for web2 developers to get into the web3 world. They have a platform called SpeedRunEthereum which teaches people how to design a contract step by step. Also check out BuidlGuidl, a curated group of Ethereum builders creating products, prototypes, and tutorials to enrich the web3 ecosystem. — Human-friendly Contract Interactions with Sourcify Verification. — 📹 video Shared by Kaan Uzdogan from Ethereum Foundation. Users do ‘yolo-signing’, or blind-signing when interacting with their wallets these days. As a smart contract developer, you could use Natspec to describe function information. The comments will be stored in metadata after being compiled. The metadata hash will be appended after contract bytecode, which can be linked to ipfs if the data is uploaded. As a wallet developer, you can decode contract bytecode to get the metadata to show the information of functions. — Building Secure Contracts: How to Use Fuzzing Like a Pro. — Shared by Josselin Feist & Natalie Chin from Trail of Bits. As we always say, testing plays an important role in developing. There are different ways to find vulnerabilities, such as unit test, manual review, fully automated analysis (like Slither), and semi automated analysis (like Echidna). Unlike the other softwares, smart contract focuses on finding the invariants to keep the contract in a correct state. To define good invariants, the speaker suggests to start small, and iterate through several steps:define in Englishwrite in solidityrun echidnarepeat The target of the invariant can also be identified in two perspectives: function level and system level. For function level invariants, it’s usually stateless. For system level, it’s usually stateful and requires certain initialization. Starting simple, then follow with composition. Fuzzing can be a very useful tool to discover bugs that are hard to discover through other ways.LinksWebsite: furucombo.appDiscord: discord.furucombo.appTwitter: @furucombo EthCC [5] 2022 Breaking news day 2 was originally published in FURUCOMBO on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

ETHCC5 2022: Breaking news day 1

EthCC [5] 2022: Breaking news day 1Introduction The Furucombo team is happy to attend and sponsor EthCC Paris! We decided to summarize the talks we attended so everyone could join along in all the developments in the crypto space. The following will be a diary of our days at attending EthCC in Paris. Enjoy!Talks Digest Day1 in ETHCC full of energy. Though the temperature is high in Paris, the enthusiasm for information exchange is even higher. We attended talks we thought would be interesting, and compiled the information for our community. Even if you weren’t able to attend Eth Paris, it will feel like you’re here with us! Let us go through some interesting talks we attended. — The Soul of a New Machine: Next-Generation Optimistic Rollups with Cannon. — 📹 Video Shared by Nicolas Laurent from Optimism. Optimism is a layer 2 Optimistic Rollups network designed to utilize the strong securities of Ethereum while reducing its cost and latency. Fault proof is a critical part for OP rollups to be workable in practice. Even with the assumption that only one verifier needs to be honest, the verifying process is still a huge amount of work to make it happen on L1. Optimism introduces Cannon, which is a challenge game system composed by Minigeth and Preimage oracle. These aim to make proving L2 blocks on L1 to be more efficient. Minigeth splits the execution of transactions into steps by emulating a MIPS machine. With the state information provided through Preimage oracle, the challenge can be processed with less resources. — Learning My Way into Web3 Community Building. — 📹 Video Shared by Reka.eth, the founder of is the solution she founded to build a web3 community. Which is to simplify the new user onboarding journey. For example, by following an account on Twitter, you will get a new role when you join its discord. With the role, you will only see 3 channels (introduction, general, education). In the education channel, you will find a link to a google document with more education documents. When you complete the reading, you will get access to more discord channels, where you can get a link to github to contribute if you are a developer.OpenZeppelin Contract: Past and Future Roadmap 📹 Video Shared by Hadrien Croubois from OpenZeppelin. Openzeppelin provides security products to build, automate, and operate decentralized products. Openzeppelin introduced their work in three main parts: Contracts, Audit and Defender. Contracts is the library that we are most familiar with. The current version includes several key features such as Token, Governor, Timelocks, CrossChainEnabled, etc. Except for Solidity, Openzeppelin also introduced their library of Cairo. Another major product, Defender, is the interface that enables users to construct and manage their contract in a more friendly way. This includes all the modularized functions supported by their contract library. For the upcoming features, we can look forward to more functions in the library, including more functions related to upgradability (like Diamond), staking, cross-chain message sending, and features like batching transaction and tx simulation in defender. — Towards a NFT Rental Standard. — 📹 Video Shared by Jerome de Tychey from Cometh. Cometh is a blockchain game that lets users own yield-generating NFTs. Blockchain gaming is being increasingly discussed and rising in popularity. Cometh aims to build a game engine that supports all kinds of common features. Some of these features include asset usage (such as NFT crafting), in-game nft rentals, dex as a service, a market place, etc. Cometh proposed a NFT rental system that is compatible with ERC721. By utilizing two NFTs (borrowed/lent), which is similar to the idea of aToken and debtToken, to manage the relation between the borrower and lender. Looking forward to more features that describe the games that are implemented through the same engine to be more interactive with each other. — DAO Vulnerabilities & Resilience. — 📹 Video Shared by Kelsie Nabben from BlockScience. BlockScience is an engineering, R&D, and analytics firm specializing in complex systems. Kelsie shares a very thorough understanding about how to evaluate the risk of the DAO. Using the term resilience represents the recovery ability, which should make a DAO more sustainable. Vulnerabilities can also produce opportunities that lead to adaptation, resilience, and growth. — Designing a Blockchain Ecosystem for Web2 Games. — 📹 Video Shared by Sam Seo from Klaytn. Klaytn is a open source public blockchain that provides performance and scalability for anyone that wants to build on top of it, with a focus on gaming projects. There are 3 key components for those Play-to-earn(P2E) projects: open governance, open economy and on-chain ownership. On the other hand, there are also some problems they are facing such as: high barriers to entry, game distribution channels being dominated by web2, ecosystem disturbance by game bots, regulatory risk, and the worst part, creating games that are not interesting at all. However, for those Web2 games, the user base is still the most important factor that attracts them to get in the world of Web3, which means that supporting more chains is also important. Other features like owning their own blockchain game platform, low tx fee, high performance, stable, faster development, lower latency are also critical parts to maintain the original UX. Those Web2 companies have tremendously large resources and strong IP and development experience, which can definitely bring something different to Web3 gaming. Klaytn introduced a solution for those web2 game companies which is an easy way to build their own blockchain game ecosystem. This Includes their own chain, dex, bridge, NFT marketplace, etc. They are seeking to become the one to push the gaming industry to the next generation. — Security Monitoring for On-chain Attacks. — 📹 Video Shared by Christian Seifert from Forta Protocol. Forta protocol is a decentralized monitoring network that aims to protect all assets on web3. Their pitch is that prevention is important but not enough, and early detection and mitigating the situation is necessary. The attack can happen through several stages: funding, preparation, exploit, money laundering. By understanding the protocol and situation, including decomposing the protocols, identifying the risk, and identifying the monitoring requirements, the exploit can be eased — even prevented. Forta also supports custom bots to be built and alerts the protocol ahead of time to attempt to prevent any exploitation. — Auction, Coins and Security. — 📹 Video Shared by Gonçalo Sá from Consensys Diligence. Consensys Diligence provides a full scope project incubation, marketing, and blockchain app design and development. Today they announced that their audit reservation auction is now online. A new token TURN is introduced to purchase through dutch auction, which can be used to make a reservation for future audit. — The Next Advancement in Cross-Chain UX. — 📹 Video Shared by Jaz Gulati from Catalog. Catalog is a dex that is built on the Ren blockchain. By applying the features provided by the Ren project, and the routing result provided by 1inch, Catalog is able to utilize the liquidity provided on different chains. This results in a seamless user experience. This includes a single Catalog account that can be triggered through signing metadata by all the evm-based wallets.LinksWebsite: furucombo.appDiscord: discord.furucombo.appTwitter: @furucombo ETHCC5 2022: Breaking news day 1 was originally published in FURUCOMBO on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Furucombo’s Bear Market Survival Tips

This article is for anyone who is an investor in cryptocurrencies, or any kind of assets that are changing in price, to provide some of our top tips for managing the bear market. Bear markets are downturns in the market that can last many years. It’s important to remember that it’s much more difficult to invest in a bear market and that you shouldn’t over-leverage yourself as it’s very easy to lose a lot of money if the market continually drops. In a bull market, or when the market is continually increasing, it can be very easy to be a good investor. There is a common saying that goes around that “in a bull market, everyone becomes an expert!”. The following are our tips to follow when investing in a bear market. — TLDR Tips:. — Don’t over-leverage yourself by over-investing or using borrowed assetsNever try to time the marketUse the dollar cost averaging strategy to invest in the marketDon’t catch a falling knife — you will have lots of time to invest, take it slowLower risk by diversification of assetsYou can earn passive yield on your stable coins by farming, but be aware of the risksDon’t pool your stable coins with risky assets in order to avoid the impermanent lossEvaluate your long-term holds & understand the market needs — Don’t Try to Time the Market. — Now that the bull market has passed, we can explore some tips to investing in a bear market. The first tip is never try to time the market. The bear market can last a lot longer than you expect, so never put all your money in too early or you might be left with nothing to add as the market keeps dropping. John Maynard Keynes, a famous economist, said it best with the quote “the market can stay irrational longer than you can stay solvent”. This means you can be right that the market or sector is undervalued, but wrong on the timing. Some markets have been in bearish trends for many years, such as the Japanese stock market which has been trading sideways for over 15 years. — Dollar Cost Average. — Our next tip is to dollar cost average (DCA) into the market. This is an investment strategy in which an investor will divide up the total amount to be invested across periodic purchases of an asset or assets in an effort to reduce the volatility of the over purchase. If you have a long term vision in Ethereum, you will want to dollar cost average over the course of the bear market, instead of trying to time the bottom and buying a lump sum. This prevents you from purchasing the asset at a price that’s too high, or missing the increase in price if it has a rally. — Diversify to Lower Risk. — Our third tip is to lower risk by diversification. The best investors in a bear market will lower their risk by any means necessary to reduce the volatility to the downside. You can do this by diversifying into different markets, different assets, or different cryptocurrencies. It is important to remember however that when the crypto market is going down, all the assets trend together in most cases. The ones with the largest market caps will generally have the least volatility. With that in mind, the best assets to lower your risk in the crypto market would then be Bitcoin (BTC), and Ethereum (ETH). Some alt coins can drop as much as 95% or more in the bear market, even if they have strong fundamentals. It can be lucrative to find these tokens once they’ve bottomed out, but remember to not catch a falling knife and to always dollar cost average into an asset. Also keep in mind that these assets can trend sideways for months to years, so there’s no rush to put all your funds into an asset just because it’s down from the all time high a very large percentage. — Earn a Passive Yield. — Another tip is around stable coins, and putting your money to use to earn you a passive yield. If you hold stable coins, which you should in order to DCA into assets, then you can earn a passive yield on them. Protocols such as Curve Finance, offer you a yield for providing liquidity on their platform, usually in the form of a pool of stable coin assets. The most popular 3pool contains USDT, USDC, and DAI. It is important to remember there are some inherent risks with this though. There is the possibility of a smart contract breach, in which your funds could be hacked from the staking contract, and there is the risk of the assets. The asset risk is the risk that the stable coin is not pegged 1:1 with other stable coins. This happened earlier this year with Terra Luna’s UST depegging, and now UST is worth almost 0. So be aware of the stable coins you are pooling, and that you take on some risk by staking these tokens. On the positive side, you’ll be able to earn around 5% on your stable coins, and in some cases a bit more. Always be aware of the risk though. Furucombo also offers returns on stable coins. This can be achieved through using Invest mode to pool your funds in any of the auto-compounding stable coin farms such as USDC/DAI, USDC/USDT, DAI/miMATIC, etc. Additionally, Furucombo Invest also offers Funds, which are managed funds by experienced fund managers. One such fund is the ‘Stable Yield Chasing Fund’ which is focused around stable coin investing. These are both good options for diversification into earning a passive yield on your stable coin positions. — Don’t Combine Stable Coins with Volatile Assets. — This tip is to not pool your stable coins with risky assets. Generally, stable coin and asset pairs have a much higher return when staking, but it is subject to much higher volatility, as well as impermanent loss. If one of your assets goes down majorly because of the bear market, you will be left with far less stable coins in your pairing, and also subject to a large amount of impermanent loss. Impermanent loss occurs when there’s a divergence in the price of the assets that you’ve pooled. Because a stable coin is always the same value, when the risky asset goes up or down in price by a large margin, you are subject to a very large amount of impermanent loss. Therefore, especially in a bear market, it is recommended to keep your stable coins separate from your risky assets in order to keep them stable so that you are able to use these funds to DCA. — Continually Evaluate Your Long-Term Holds. — Our final tip for our guide on how to survive the bear market is to continually evaluate your long-term holds. Check the progress on developments and milestones, and ensure your investments are still on track to achieve what they set out to do. With cryptocurrency, it is a highly competitive market, so ensure you are doing your due diligence to understand the market conditions, and which assets might have the best chance of surviving in the long term. Another important lesson is to not marry your bag. Meaning, just because you’re down heavily, or you really like a project because its made you gain in the past, just remember that things can change and you shouldn’t get attached to a project. Past performance is not indicative of future results. These are our recommended tips to follow during the bear market. We hope you found this information informative. — Contact us:. — If you have any questions, or you would like to join the discussion on Furucombo, feel free to join us on our social media via the links below. Website: Twitter: Discord: Furucombo’s Bear Market Survival Tips was originally published in FURUCOMBO on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Furucombo Fund tutorial for managers

Introduction:. — With the long-awaited Fund system launch, we have pushed the opportunity for investment to the next level. Furucombo Fund is an investment platform that matches fund managers and investors on the Polygon network. As a Fund manager, you can now create your own portfolio on Furucombo. This will demonstrate your trading talent, attract people to invest in your fund, and make use of funds to generate more profit than otherwise would be possible! For this guide, we will be showing you all the details that you need to know when managing a fund. If you are more of a visual learner, feel free to watch our fund manager workshop video at: — Creating a Fund:. — Okay, let’s get started! So how to create a Fund? In the trial run, to maintain the quality of public funds, we won’t yet open the system to the public. You’ll need to submit your information first through this form: to apply for a fund manager role. The Furucombo team will then interview you. After interviewing, we’ll create a fund for you and also a private Discord channel for you to keep in touch with the core team! The Fund Manager application requires the following information: 1 Fund name: {Your Fund Name} FundA fund’s name will be shown on the Furucombo invest page and in the contract. 2 Management fee rate (%):A management fee is a pro-rata fee calculated periodically for the assets under a fund’s management and is independent of fund returns paid by fund investors to the fund manager.The system will use share tokens as a form of payment tokens. 3 Performance fee rate (%):A performance fee is a pro-rata fee that a fund manager can collect from a fund’s positive return made over a crystallization period.The system will use share tokens, charged from fund investors, as a form of payment token to pay off.It’ll have a crystallization period as it can reflect more accurately a fund’s overall performance. 4 Crystallization Period (day):The crystallization period is a parameter which can be set by the Vault Manager. Typically it will be set longer than 3 months. The effect of the crystallization period can prevent the performance fee from affecting potential future earnings due to short-term market fluctuations. 5 Fund owner (wallet address):Fund manager’s wallet address — the address that a fund manager uses to open & manage a fund. Example:Fund name: LFG FundManagement fee rate (%): 10%Performance fee rate (%): 10%Crystallization period (day): 100 daysOwner (wallet address): 0xeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee — Fund Interface:. — After being whitelisted in Fund, a “Manage” page will be added to your Furucombo page in the upper-left corner (on the Polygon network). You can easily change the network by clicking the switch. Then, click the “Manage” button, and you can access your private fund page. Once you enter the page, you can see all of your funds under your management.Means a fund maintains normal operation.When a fund’s cash balance is negative, it’ll enter an Insufficient period of 72 hours. The fund manager should increase their position in their reserve (USDC) to the fund to get its health factor under control again; otherwise, the fund will be liquidated after the Insufficient period elapses. Under the ‘Managing Funds’ section, you can select the fund you want to adjust the details of or execute strategies under. Additionally, you’ll find three tabs under your fund’s name: Overview, Strategy, and Setting. Dashboard: On the overview dashboard page, you can find the following information. Fund Name: Once you open a fund, you can’t change the fund’s name. Deposit & Withdraw: To deposit:Hit the deposit button on the upper right of the page.Deposit USDC to your fund (currently we only support USDC as the dominant token)Manage the fund on the strategy page. To withdraw:To withdraw, simply click the withdraw button to remove the asset from the fund position. Performance:Contains a chart which will be updated daily, weekly, or monthly.Share Price: one share token’s value will vary according to the fund performance Assets Under Management (AUM):Refers to the total market value of the assets that a fund manager handles. Reserves:This shows the amount investors can cash out immediately. If investors want to cash out a higher amount than what’s in reserve, they may need to wait for up to 72 hours & pay a 1% bank run fee. Status:There are four types of status that will be shown.- Operating: The cash balance is positive. - Insufficient: The cash balance is negative. - Liquidating: The cash balance has been negative for over 72 hours, so the fund will be liquidated for all depositors to withdraw. - Closed: The fund is no longer in operation and its investors can withdraw their position. Activeness:It’s the ratio to show if the fund manager kept a positive cash balance actively for the past 30 days. Investors:Shows the addresses of investors & the percentage of their portion of the fund. Portfolio:This shows your asset allocation. About:Information: It shows all the information related to your fund.Ruleset: It shows all the cubes you can use to create a strategy and manage your fund.Investors: It shows the status of your investors — address, share amount and percentage.Deposits: It shows all the deposit history of your fund. Strategy: On the strategy page, you can create a new strategy as well as see all the strategies that you executed. To make a new trade, just hit the ‘New’ button on the upper right of the screen, and it will lead you to a specific create page just for your fund. The page is almost the same as the original create page except for the initial fund section. It’ll show you the value of tokens you’ll receive, and how many cash reserves will remain after using the strategy. Settings: Account & Information:Please provide your email address here so that we can give you notices when the status of your funds changes.Reserve execution ratio (%): How much percentage of reserve cash does a fund manager need to maintain after executing a strategy. Fund & Manager Description:To attract more people to invest in your fund, you can write some details about your fund strategy. Feel free to write any details that will help you find the right investors to join your fund. Tracked Assets:New assets are automatically tracked when you trade them. Claimable Fees:Fees accrued are automatically settled and paid when depositors deposit or withdraw from your vault. You can also manually claim fees accrued through the Claim button.Management Fee: Refers to the amount of fees you can charge from the funds you manage. You can set this parameter when you create a fund.Performance Fee: Refers to the fees you can collect from the profit you collect. You can set up this parameter when you create a fund. Furucombo Fees: Furucombo will also charge a 0.2% fund fee on each of the transactions performed by the fund manager based on the AUM. For example, if a fund manager performs a swap, and has $10,000 AUM, a 0.2% fee on the $10k AUM will be charged for performing that swap.🎉 Bravo! You now have the basics to understanding Furucombo’s Fund system! Once you create your own fund, don’t forget to share your fund on Twitter to gain exposure! 🎉 Contact us: If you experience issues that are not covered in this guide, please reach out to the Furucombo team directly via discord. Website: Twitter: Discord: Furucombo Fund tutorial for managers was originally published in FURUCOMBO on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Introduction to Furucombo Funds

Furucombo is excited to announce our much-anticipated fund management system! Furucombo Funds allows anyone to become a fund manager which allows experts to manage deposits from investors to maximize their return on investment using the magic of Furucombo. Additionally, fund managers have the opportunity to earn performance fees for earning a profit from the depositors. The initial set of fund managers will be whitelisted, and vetted by the Furucombo team in order to ensure stability of the system. To learn more about how to use Furucombo Invest, including how to make a deposit, and how to determine the details of a fund, follow the steps below. — How to Deposit Funds in Invest. — 1 On the webpage, simply click ‘Invest Mode’ to get started 2 From here, you’ll want to sort the investment opportunities by ‘Funds’ by clicking the icon at the top The investment opportunities will then be listed below. You can choose to sort these by performance (return on investment), or by AUM (assets under management). Typically the fund with the highest AUM will be the least risky because it will likely contain more stable assets, have less manager risk, or have a lower risk of liquidation - but we will go into more detail on important things to remember when investing in a fund later in this guide. 3 When you find a fund you are interested in, simply click the fund to make a deposit. Ensure that your wallet is connected otherwise you will receive the message ‘Please connect wallet first’. 4 On the right hand side of the pop up screen, you will see a deposit or withdraw section. From here you can add $USDC to the fund. If you do not have USDC, you can swap any of your tokens using create mode to $USDC so you are able to deposit into the fund. 5 Once you are ready to make a deposit, and you have $USDC in your wallet, simply click the ‘approve’ button to approve the use of $USDC, and then click ‘send’ to complete the transaction. Once deposited, you will see your deposits on the top of the page above the other Funds under the category labeled ‘Your Investments’. It’s as easy as that to invest in a fund. — Fund Details. — One important thing to check before investing in a fund, are the details behind it and the details of the fund manager. You will want to make sure that the fund manager is reputable, and that the fund investments are within your risk tolerance. Some funds will have riskier assets than others. Additionally, some fund managers have different management or performance fees. This fees will reduce the opportunity to get a higher return on investment and also must be considered. To check the funds details, simply goto the fund that you are interested in learning more about, and click it from the investment page as shown in step 3 above. Once you’re on the fund deposit page, click the ‘Fund Detail’ link to show more details about the fund. After you click the fund details, you’ll be displayed with the following interface. The details page shows you the following information: Symbol beside fund name: This shows if the fund is within its operating status, if it is in insufficient liquidity mode, or if it is closed. A green symbol means it’s within operating status, and a red symbol means it is in insufficient liquidity mode. Be weary of investing in funds that have insufficient liquidity as they may be closed. Additionally, providing liquidity in funds that are in insufficient liquidity mode may be given a deposit bonus of 1 percent. Overview: The overview of the fund shows the share price, and displays a graph of the performance of share price over intervals of 1 day, 7 days, or 1 month. The share price is determined by the performance of the fund. AUM: Shows assets under management of this fund. Reserves: The amount an investor can cash out immediately. If the amount requested to be cashed out is higher than the reserves, they must wait at most 72 hours for more liquidity to be added to the reserves. An investor requesting more than the reserve amount may be charged a 1 percent fee. The fund manager can set the reserve ratio at the time of the creation of the fund. Status: There are 4 status options: operating, insufficient, liquidating, closed.Operating: means the cash balance is positive.Insufficient: means the cash balance is negative.Liquidating: means that the cash balance has been negative for more than 72 hours, so the fund will be liquidated for all the depositors to withdraw.Closed: means that the fund is no longer in operation, and its depositors can withdraw the position. Activeness: Is the ratio to show if the fund manager has kept a positive cash balance for the past 30 days. Example: if the ratio is 100%, it means that the fund has kept a positive cash balance for the complete duration within the last 30 days. Investors: The amount of unique wallet addresses invested in the fund. Portfolio: Shows the assets that are within the fund. Additionally, this area shows you the percentage invested in that asset, the 24 hour performance, the 7 day performance, the amount of those tokens held, and the value of those tokens. About — Information: This section shows you information about the fund, such as:Inception Date: Date the fund was created.Management Fee: This fee is a fee that is paid upon depositing or withdrawing from a fund. This fee is pro-rata, and is annualized. For example, a 10% management fee is based on being in the fund for 365 days. If you are in a fund with a 10% management fee for 36.5 days, the management fee would be 1%. This fee would be settled upon deposit, withdrawal from the fund, or upon the fund managers request.Performance Fee: This fee is the fee that a fund manager can collect from a positive ROI on their fund. If the performance fee is set to 3%, they will collect 3% of the profits as a performance fee.Manager AddressFund AddressShare AddressAsset AddressComptroller Address About — Investors: This section shows the addresses that have invested in the fund, the share token amount in the fund, and the percentage of each of the addresses in the total value of the fund.About — Deposits: This section shows the date an investor made a deposit into the fund, the investor address, the transaction hash of the deposit in the fund, the share token amount in the fund, the total amount deposited in $USDC, and the action taken (deposit or withdraw).Strategy — History: Shows the history of the trades made by the fund manager. Furucombo Fees: Furucombo will also charge the fund a 0.2% fund fee on each of the transactions performed by the fund manager based on the AUM. For example, if a fund manager performs a swap, and has $10,000 AUM, a 0.2% fee on the $10k AUM will be charged for performing that swap. The fee does not apply to the volume of the transaction. These are the details on Furucombo’s fund system. This guide will give you the information you need to know in order to invest. If you have any further questions or concerns, you can join us on our social media below:Website: Introduction to Furucombo Funds was originally published in FURUCOMBO on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Furucombo Loyalty Program V2

Furucombo is happy to announce we are updating our loyalty and points program to be more inclusive of our new products that have launched. This includes the standard create mode, invest mode, and fund mode. The V2 loyalty program will start on June 6th, and the old point system will no longer be active. What’s new from the old point system:Points are broken up into roundsPoints will expire at the end of each roundThe first round will last 3 months — How to Earn Points:. — Points can be earned from any of the Furucombo products: create or invest (pool, farm, or fund) From create modeusers can earn 1 point for every $1000 in funds on either the Ethereum or Polygon networks.Including pooling From invest modeusers can earn 20 points per week for every $1000 staked in an auto-invest farm.users can earn 30 points per week for every $1000 staked in a fund (up to $10k total staked)- Every subsequent $1000 increment amount greater than $10k will earn 15 points per week up to $25k - Every subsequent $1000 increment amount greater than $25k will earn 7.5 points per week up to $50k - Every subsequent $1000 increment amount greater than $50k will earn 3 points per week up to $100k - Every subsequent $1000 increment amount greater than $100k will earn 1.5 points per week up to $250k — Utility of the points V2:. — For the new point system, in the first round, the utility will be share tokens. Every 500 points will earn you $1 of share tokens in a fund of your choice. The Furucombo team will provide $1000 worth of share tokens to be claimed for each month, with a total of 3 months or $3000 of share tokens. Once the points are requested to be redeemed, the user will need to stake at least $1000 for 7 days in the investment fund before the Furucombo team releases those share tokens. At the end of the lock period, the share tokens will be provided to the user, and the funds will no longer be required to be staked if the user chooses. Each address can claim up to 50 share tokens per month. Once the user has accumulated enough points to make a claim, they can do so via this form. There will be a snapshot date and time each month that a user has to make a request by in order to make a claim. Here’s the form for claiming share tokens: Loyalty NFTs: The NFTs from the previous loyalty program will still be active in V2 with some adjustments. Each user will only be able to hold one of each of the loyalty cubes (wooden, metal, and diamond). Extra NFTs will be redeemable back to points. Previously minted NFTs will also be redeemable for points according to the schedule that follows. Anyone with these NFTs can apply to have points added to their accounts based on the NFTs that they hold. It will not be required to burn your NFTs, and you will still own your NFTs as we did not want users to lose their momentos. Additionally, we ask users to redeem their NFTs for points just in case they want to save their point redemption for a different round. Each round will have a deadline for applying for the points to be redeemed, and will be announced on our social media. Here’s the form for NFT Point Redemption: NFT Point Redemption Schedule: Furucombo’s previously minted NFTs can be redeemed for the following amount of points:Aave: 500 pointsPizza Slices: 500 pointsExtra Wooden Cubes (greater than 1): 1500 pointsExtra Metal Cubes: 3000 pointsExtra Diamond Cubes: 9000 points We have also updated some of the functionality of the loyalty program cube NFTs. The functions of the cubes are as follows: Wooden Cube1.1x multiplier on points earned1500 points required to mint Metal Cube1.1x multiplier on points earnedloyalty airdrops (in tokens or in NFTs)3000 points + 1 Wooden Cube required to mint Diamond Cube1.1x multiplier on points earnedloyalty airdrops (in tokens or in NFTs)Exclusive high yield farming optionOffline event invitationsVIP support & unique Discord roleFurucombo swag pack Links Website: Twitter: Discord: Furucombo Loyalty Program V2 was originally published in FURUCOMBO on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Furucombo Bimonthly Update #33

# Furucombo’s UpdateSpecial thanks to Gelato for hosting us on their ecosystem spotlight. This article is an in depth look at how Furucombo has integrated Gelato to change the game when it comes to money legos. Check out the article below: How Furucombo Utilizes Gelato for Automation ✅ Furucombo Workshop: 101The first ever edition of our new segment, Furucombo Workshops! The Furucombo Workshops are for users to get more familiar with the Furucombo product, and to learn to maximize their understanding of the composbility of the platform. To learn more about the workshops, join us on our Discord. To watch the recording of ‘Furucombo 101, an introduction to create mode’, see below: ✅ How to Avoid LiquidationWhat does liquidation mean, and how can you avoid getting rekt? Learn more from our new informational article to help you wrap your head around this important topic below: Liquidation ✅ Furucombo Discord Adds TipsOur Discord server is as lively as ever with our newest addition. You can now tip others using the tip bot integration using $COMBO tokens! We’ve already started quite a few giveaways, so make sure you check it out in our Discord. ✅ FuruRadio: Polygon & the EcosystemFurucombo hosted its 1st radio podcast, ‘Whats next for Polygon & the ecosystem” featuring special guests: Hilmar from Gelato, Devin from GYSR, Chyna from Definer, Nemo from Tesseract, and Aishwary from Polygon! We had a fantastic chat with these great guests, you can watch the recording below: JavaScript is not available. ✅ Community Call: April 20thWe hosted our community call on April 20th where we talked about updates on our platform, community news & updates and more. Check out the video below: ✅ New Token IntegrationsWe’ve added new whitelisted tokens for you to trade with on our platform. On Ethereum, we’ve added $LOOKS, $BEAN, $APE, $HEX, $ICHI, $FTT, $STG, & $PSP. On Aave, we’ve added $ENS, $FEI, $DPI, & $UST. On the Polygon network we’ve added $UST, $GNS, $QI, $PSP, $CEL, $MIM, & $HEX. If there's a token you’d like to see added, let us know! ✅ Furucombo Workshop: FlashloansIn the workshop we did a deep dive into how to build a flashloan combo, and how to make you a flashloan pro! Check the video out below: ✅ Invest: Two New FarmsTwo new farms release on Furucombo Invest! $MATIC / $CEL, and $DAI / $GNS farms. Utilizing Gelatos automation, these farms will automatically compound rewards. Check them out today at That’s all for now. Feel free to follow us on Twitter and join our Discord to get in on the conversation. See you there! 😎 You can check our previous newsletter editions here. Want to be inspired by more DeFi strategies? Check out our Learn page. You can find up to 50 combos with their own detailed explanations about how they work. — Hope you enjoy this edition’s content! 😁. — Contact us If you experience issues that are not covered in this guide, please reach out to the team directly through telegram.Furucombo: @furucomboDiscord: Read: Beginner’s guide to FurucomboSubscribe to get the up-to-date info: Furucombo Bimonthly Update #33 was originally published in FURUCOMBO on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

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