Liquidity [ ] Create new pair [ ] Add liquidity using two ERC20 tokens [ ] Add liquidity using FTM and ERC20 [ ] Withdraw liquidity using two ERC20 tokens [ ] Withdraw liquidity using FTM and ERC20 [x] Stake LP [x] Staked amount updates11/22/2022
[ ] Update all inputs to not be pitch black Not this Instead [ ]11/10/2022
What happened Over the past few days the Solidly v2 team has performed a series of attacks on Solidly v1 rendering various aspects of Solidly v1 and Solidex inoperable. That said Your funds are safe. The reason we've done this is to bring awareness to the fact that Solidly v1 and Solidex are susceptible to numererous attacks which anyone can perform. Developers of Soldily v2 have tried in the past discussing various attack vectors with both the Solidly v1 team and Solidex and have been met mostly with silence or denial. As such, we believe the most responsible course of action is to demonstrate the attacks ourselves, such that the issues with Solidly v1 and Solidex can no longer be ignored. We believe users of Soldily and Solidex deserve the straightforward truth: that many aspects of Solidly v1 and Solidex are broken beyond repair. The following attacks were performed9/8/2022
Lending & Borrowing Compound (Cream, Scream, DOLA) Fixed forex Aave (Geist) Maker (Abra, Unit, Liquity) Not true 1:1 forks, but similar in spirit6/4/2022
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