Mar 7, 2023 6:49:27 PM
Welcome to our February newsletter!
Here's some of what you'll find in this issue:
👉 Key Coinshift v2 stats from February
👉 Our March Events schedule
👉 How to incorporate Proposals into your treasury workflow
👉 Open positions at Coinshift
👉 News from across web3 treasury management
In February, Coinshift helped users process 150 transactions valued at over 7.8 million USD, a 69% increase from January!
Ethereum remains the dominant chain for treasury management. Our users processed more transactions on Ethereum than all other chains combined! And approximately 80% of all transaction volume took place on Ethereum.
Interestingly, we see more and more activity on Optimism. While Polygon remains the number 2 chain by number of transactions, Optimism has taken over the number 2 spot based on volume of transactions.
We've recently introduced Proposals to Coinshift v2 to help scale treasury operations! Proposals exist as off-chain data until a signer selects and signs them, at which point they become on-chain transactions. Now any member of your Coinshift organisation can propose transactions. Signers can select proposals in any order, edit them with ease, and discard unwanted proposals in one click, with no gas fees. This streamlined approach provides greater control and efficiency in managing treasury ops.
If you'd like to incorporate proposals into your own treasury workflow, click on the button below to request access to Coinshift v2, currently in closed Beta.
On March 1, Pablo and Mariam from Angle Protocol joined us for a Twitter Spaces AMA. Angle is the decentralized protocol behind agEUR, the most liquid Euro stablecoin. We spoke about the risks of USD stablecoin dominance, and many other topics related to treasury management.
|This month, we added another member to the Coinshift team! Welcome, Ruma Das, who joins Coinshift as a Content Writer!
Before joining Coinshift, she researched and wrote for Altcoin Buzz and Voice.