Introducing Wrapped LEO V2 | Secure Architecture and Long-Term Plans

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On October 12th, our WLEO-ETH liquidity pool was attacked by a known Ethereum-based attacker. We linked the attacking address to a ring of other addresses which pulled off similar attacks (and others). This address continues to launder hundreds of stolen ETH per day through Binance despite widespread reporting and message boards asking Binance to investigate and block this address and its associated ring of accounts.

On that date, our pool had reached $450k USD in total liquidity. It was an incredible rise as we blew past any expectations that we had set prior to the launch of Wrapped LEO. If you want to learn more about the WLEO liqudity pool attack, how it happened, our investigation into the issues/attacker and more, please read the WLEO Attack Whitepaper we published.

Wrapped LEO is Officially Relaunching on November 12th Around 8 AM CST

Why Wrapped LEO is Important

We've talked about this numerous times and many in the community already have a firm grasp of why WLEO is so vital for us. Hive-Engine is a niche exchange within a niche blockchain. There are plenty of Hive users who don't understand what Hive-Engine is or how to use it and that speaks volumes (pun intended) to the liquidity issues and user-friendliness of the second layer on Hive.

An effort is being made to either deliver on SMTs or a decentralized version of Hive-Engine. Regardless of the outcome, our community has grown far beyond the capabilities of Hive-Engine in its current form and we need to branch out to other platforms for a variety of reasons. For the past few months, we've built our own UI from the ground up and subsequently launched a number of onboarding updates to make it easier than ever to sign up to LeoFinance (and Hive).

With all of these efforts, outside attention has become increasingly important. LeoFinance is an attention-based platform. We need more users and our goal has always been to onboard the masses to our platform and the Hive blockchain. Wrapped LEO brings about a number of benefits that bring our economy to greater heights:

  1. Liquidity
  2. Trading volume
  3. Pegging our token price to ETH
  4. Accessibility to other Ethereum-based projects
  5. Easy on/offramp for our recent LeoInfra integrations
  6. Decentralized exchange listings and centralized exchange listings

Before the attack on wLEO V1, we were in talks with a major CEX to list WLEO to bring a whole new group of investors and users to our platform. That obviously had to take a backseat as we investigated and solved the issues that led to the attack. Additionally, we were working with a few different ETH-based projects on various forms of collaboration to cross-pollinate the LeoFinance user base with their user bases.

Collaboration is the key to growth. We're working overtime to deliver on the best onboarding experience the Hive blockchain has ever had. You can sign up to in less than 30 seconds using a Metamask wallet and soon, you'll be able to do the same with other blockchain-based wallets in addition to major web2 apps: Twitter, Google and Facebook.

These integrations, however, are useless without marketing, collaboration and eyeballs. Our goal has always been to bring a new wave of attention and development to our project and the entire Hive ecosystem. I think we've done a great job in delivering on this so far, but we still have much work to do. Wrapped LEO is a necessary component in the vision we have moving forward as we aim to onboard thousands, tens of thousands and hundreds of thousands of new users.


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WLEO 2: Security From the Ground Up

The relaunch of Wrapped LEO will bring an exponentially greater level of security to the ecosystem. In this post, we'll cover the 4 most important measures that we've taken to ensure a highly secure, robust and future-proof version of WLEO that we can leverage for the benefits we discussed in the previous section.

Max Total Supply

Under the previous model, Wrapped LEO operated with a mint & burn token distribution. When a user wrapped LEO into WLEO, they were issued brand new WLEO tokens from the minting contract.

The attack on WLEO1 was an attack on this minting function. The hacker was able to mint unlimited WLEO because they gained access to the minting new token functionality. This allowed them to take that falsely minted WLEO and swap it into the Uniswap pool to get ETH.

With WLEO2, we've introduced a max token supply model which utilizes a send/receive model. This is more in-line with how other crypto tokens function.


Having a max supply gives us a lot of advantages. In terms of security, it vastly reduces risk since new tokens cannot be accessed in any way, shape or form. It makes the attack that happened previously entirely impossible (since new tokens cannot be minted using the contract address). It also minimizes any damage if a different attack happened in the future (more on this in the Cold Storage section of this post).

Other advantages - which we may explore in a separate post later on - are around partnerships, exchange listings and data aggregators. You may remember that WLEO1 had issues with data aggregators and how they displayed relevant info about our token. This was largely due to the infinite supply.

The final advantage I'll mention here is around new token hodlers and their desire to become a liquidity provider (people outside of the Hive ecosystem). We drummed up a lot of attention for Wrapped LEO both within the Hive ecosystem and within the Ethereum eocsystem. Many of these new potential users/investors had concerns over the "infinite" supply of WLEO - under the mint/burn model.

No More Minting

As you can see in the above screenshot, WLEO has a max supply of 10,000,000 (10M) tokens.

This new model with a limited token supply will cover these concerns along with bringing much needed security and usability.

To prove that no other tokens can be minted, we utilized the contract address to try and mint more tokens above 10M. This essentially simulates the attack that happened on WLEO V1 - since the attacker gained access to the contract key and then minted WLEOs to their account - when trying to mint 1 WLEO under the new contract, we got this error:


View this minting TX error on Etherscan

No more tokens can be minted from the contract. Now, the security relies on a cold/hot wallet management system (more on that below).

The 10M token number was chosen for a number of reasons. The current circulating supply of native LEO is ~6M tokens. If you include the dev stake/bounty fund (which are minted slowly on the Hive blockchain over the course of several years), then we're right around 9M-10M tokens.

This coupled with the inflationary aspect of LEO means that our token supply will likely reach 10M in about 1.5-2 years.

Having a max supply of 10M WLEO means that 10M LEO can be wrapped. No more than that can ever be wrapped (under this version of WLEO). We can expect that a significant amount of this supply will remain staked on the Hive blockchain thanks to curation rewards and a variety of other reasons.

The interesting dynamics between curation (staking) APY and liquidity providing (LP) APY will also take effect. The more LEO that gets wrapped, the less competition for curation rewards. This will create a dynamic relationship between the amount of LEO that gets wrapped versus the amount of LEO that stays staked on the Hive blockchain.

We will likely never utilize the full 10M WLEO. Which leads us into the next two sections about where the WLEO is being stored and why we took such significant measures to put these in place.

Hot Wallet

In order to operate the Wrap/Unwrap oracle aspect of WLEO (allowing users to Wrap LEO into WLEO and unwrap WLEO back into native LEO), we need to have a hot wallet.

Under the old model of WLEO, the hot wallet was actually the minting address. This means that when a user wrapped tokens, they were issued tokens utilizing the private key of this minting address. The attacker exposed the greatest flaw in this system and took control of this minting address which allowed them to mint unlimited WLEO.

In exploring new models for WLEO and investigating other aspects of security measures, we took notes from the largest exchanges in the crypto space. The way they operate is by utilizing hot wallets which carry enough funds to handle day-to-day transactions. They then store the majority of user funds in cold wallets to avoid attacks.

When an exchange gets hacked, they usually get their hot wallet hacked while their cold wallet remains secure. This means that the majority of funds are still securely stored even though a major hack has taken place.

With our new model, a hot wallet has been created which will hold just enough WLEO to conduct day-to-day transactions. There are currently about 1.2M LEOs liquid on the Hive blockchain. The WLEO hot wallet currently holds 1M WLEO which we predict will be enough for launch day and likely a few days/weeks afterwards. Once this balance starts to get low, it will be refilled with a small amount of WLEOs to continue servicing wraps by an offline cold wallet token transaction.


current balance in the WLEO hot wallet

When a user wraps LEO into WLEO, they'll send their LEO to our oracle account on the Hive blockchain and they will receive WLEO from our hot wallet on the ETH blockchain.

When a user unwraps WLEO into LEO, they'll send their WLEO to our cold wallet on Ethereum and receive LEO from out hot wallet (oracle) account on the Hive blockchain.

While many other security measures have been put in place to avoid attacks on the hot wallet altogether, the hot/cold storage dynamic is one of the most vital aspects of this new version. With this dynamic in place, an attack event would have a minimal impact on the WLEO economy. This caps the amount of damage that can be caused by a security breach.

An additional measure was taken to protect against double spends (WLEO unwraps are sent to our cold wallet instead of the hot wallet). Again, as the funds in the hot wallet run low, an offline TX will be created to refill the wallet with an operating amount of WLEOs.

Cold Storage

A small amount of WLEO will be held in the hot wallet to conduct day-to-day operations. The rest of the WLEO supply will be held in deep cold storage which will only be accessed when the hot wallet needs to be loaded with more WLEO.

This means that the cold wallet will actually never be used for online transactions. All of the actions of the cold wallet happen offline. The following diagram depicts the important relationship between cold and hot wallets as it relates to exchanges and how they operate (which also now applies to Wrapped LEO and how it operates):


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Going based on the previous WLEO numbers, we expect around 600k-900k LEO to get wrapped within the first month. The hot wallet will hold 1M WLEO tokens at launch and the remaining 9M WLEO will be held in this offline, cold storage wallet.


one and only minting of 10M WLEO followed by 9M going to the cold wallet and 1M going to the hot wallet

After a few months (or whenever the hot wallet runs low on WLEO), we'll send additional WLEO to the hot wallet by using projected numbers to assume day-to-day usage of WLEO. The goal is to keep just enough in the hot wallet to operate but keep the amount as low as possible so that in the event of an attack, the damage that can be caused is very minimal (imagine, ~200k WLEOs at risk in the hot wallet at any given time whereas the previous attack leveraged tens of millions of WLEOs which were printed out of thin air).

Wallets Then vs. Wallets Now

To summarize this vital difference in the WLEO V1 setup vs. the WLEO V2 setup, here are the various wallets involved in each version and what permissions they held. This exposes the major flaw in WLEO V1 and showcases 1 of the main aspects of WLEO V2 security:

WLEO V1 Wallet Setup:

Address #1 (ETH) - Contract Creator:

  • Function: launch the WLEO contract and serve as the minting address/oracle for WLEO
  • Permissions: pause the contract, mint unlimited WLEO

Address #2 (HIVE)- @wrapped-leo Oracle:

  • Permissions: Custody LEO tokens on Hive, Send/Receive native LEO during wrapping and unwrapping

WLEO V2 Wallet Setup:

Address #1 (ETH) - Contract Creator:

  • Function: initial launch of the WLEO smart contract
  • Permissions: pause the contract
  • Key difference: has no other permissions. If this address is attacked, it has no WLEO in its wallet and can't mint any new WLEO (since the supply is fixed and 100% has been minted to the cold wallet)

Address #2 (ETH) - Hot Wallet:

  • Function: serve as the WLEO oracle
  • Permissions: send WLEO to a user when they wrap LEO
  • Key difference: this wallet cannot mint WLEO. Only send what is in its available balance. Similar to exchanges, this wallet only has enough WLEO to operate day-to-day which mitigates possible damage from any attack

Address #3 (ETH) - Cold Wallet:

  • Function: serve as the custodian of inactive WLEO tokens and recipient of unwraps
  • Permissions: store inactive WLEOs and send those WLEOs by using an offline tx when the hot wallet is low on funds

Address #4 (HIVE) - @wrapped-leo Oracle:

  • Function: serve as the custodian of native LEO tokens for wrap and unwrap operations
  • Permissions: hold, send and receive LEOs whenever a user wraps or unwraps tokens

Security Audits

We had several developers run security audits on the various aspects of Wrapped LEO 2. This includes our original audits on how the previous version was attacked as we had to do in-depth analyses on all the various aspects of that version in order to pinpoint what caused the attack specifically.

Utilizing that, we designed the new and highly secure version of WLEO with the security measures mentioned in this post and more. These initial audits were extremely valuable.

Over the past several days, we've had a number of devs run audits on the new Wrapped LEO and surrounding architecture including the oracle node, the front end and the ETH contract itself.

These audits were run by a few devs on the Hive blockchain and also a non-Hive code auditor with no relation to our projects or other developers. The goal of these audits was to outline the potential attack vectors for Wrapped LEO V2 and figure out if and how another attack could take place. The result is an extensive list of the architecture for WLEO which outline the level of risk and how likely an attack on that particular aspect would be.

To keep this brief, the conclusion is that this version of WLEO addresses the outlined aspects that could potentially be exposed. Throughout this post, we've discussed the key features of the WLEO2 design which specifically address these aspects:

  1. Limited Token Supply
  2. Limited Hot Wallet Capabilities
  3. Cold Wallet Storage
  4. Separation of Frontend and Oracle Code
  5. Additional Server Security
  6. Extensive Auditing by Third Parties

The end result in all of this is that we now have a highly secure, robust and exchange-friendly version of WLEO that we can utilize now and in the months & years to come.

Big shoutout to @fbslo who helped immensely in this process. He helped us dissect the WLEO 1 issues, find the security flaws and also rebuild WLEO for a highly secure relaunch. If you aren't already (and I don't know why you're not), please go vote for his Hive witness node. He's a buidler through and through.

WLEO Geyser Model for LP Incentives

image.png "Pool early and pool often" - @nealmcspadden

I wish I could say that I came up with this genius tagline, but I can't. The credit goes to Neal for coming up with the simplest way to explain how the WLEO geyser incentives pool for liquidity providers will work.

You can read our full post with details on this model (including a link to the WLEO Geyser Simulator we built) or you can enjoy the cliff notes version:

  • Before today, there were only 2 pools of rewards: PoB and PoM (Authors / Curators and Mining token holders). The Geyser ecosystem has established a 3rd pool: PoL (Proof of Liquidity for WLEO liquidity providers)
  • Every 24 hours, a snapshot of all the WLEO liquidity pools (stating with just WLEO-ETH and eventually expanding to other WLEO-____ pools) is taken.
  • The proportional share of ownership in the pool is weighted against the other LPs along with a calculation of "Time Factor" which scales your rewards based on how long you've been a liquidity provider relative to the other LPs in the pool - the longer you've been an LP, the higher your share of the daily liquidity pool

The fascinating dynamics of having time-enhanced liquidity incentives are going to take effect immediately on the results in the WLEO-ETH pool (along with our other pools in the future). When a pool is opened (i.e. the WLEO-ETH pool tomorrow), there will be a mad rush to deposit liquidity and be as big of an LP as possible on day 1.

From there, the incentives under they Geyser model align with being in the pool for as long as possible relative to other LPs. This means that the greatest incentive lies in the liquidity providers who pool their WLEO-ETH from the beginning and hold it in the pool as long as possible. Taking liquidity out early will cause a major opportunity cost in long-term yield.

This is the goal of any liquidity ecosystem: incentivize the best group of users. In this case, it's the users who provide liquidity and leave it in the pool for the long-run as opposed to users who frequently jump in and out of the pool.

These long-term LPs also happen to be the users who tend to believe most in the project, since they're providing to the liquidity pool with the expectation that they won't withdraw that liquidity for months or even years in order to maximize their Annual Percentage Yield (APY).


Simulated Yield from Our WLEO Geyser Simulation Tool

When Will the First Geyser LP Incentive Snapshot Be Taken?

The Geyser distribution system starts ~24 hours after launch. The snapshots are taken every 24 hours at 10 AM CST.

The WLEO launch date is set for November 12th. On the following day (Friday November 13th 😉), the first Geyser snapshot will be taken.

Every single day after that at 10 AM CST, another snapshot will be taken. Again, more details on the snapshots and how the rewards are paid out (monthly) are in the Introducing the WLEO Geyser Model, LEO Token Economy Updates and New Simulation Tool post.

WLEO Official Team Liquidity

Similar to the first WLEO launch, @leofinance will provide an initial WLEO-ETH liquidity of $50k USD to kickstart the pool on launch day.

This liquidity will be exempt from Geyser snapshots and distributions and will also remain in the pool for a minimum of 12 months.

The launch has been delayed 2 or 3 times due to some issues with Infura and the ETH chain as a whole.

As of this post being published (on November 11th), everything is ready for launch.

WLEOs Firm Re-Launch Date is November 12th, 2020

This is somewhat poetic because WLEO V1 was attacked on October 11th, 2020. Can't keep a tough LEO down for long

The WLEO relaunch will also be accompanied by a UI update. This will introduce many of the features that we built for but had to shelf for a month because if the rebuilding process. Now that WLEO is back, we're also bringing back many of the amazing features that will bring a whole new level of functionality to and LeoInfra:


Roadmap Progress

We've had a few days delay in delivering this post and the WLEO launch but we're still on track for our major releases with LeoInfra and which will introduce some mind-blowing features like Twitter onboarding, advanced publishing and more.




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Leofinance diving head first into the DeFi game with advanced security features. This is vital.

Great idea on the mint once, distribute slowly over time. No need to open the platform up to the same risks as before.

With still a month and a half left in the year, we will be able to make a push towards the $1 mark by year end.

By the way, will there be a post in the morning with screenshots of how to wrap LEO. Some might have forgotten the way to do that.

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I agree - it’s a vital move for our ecosystem to expand onto the platforms where there is capital and a large user base.

We’re slowly and steadily achieving that goal of becoming a cross-blockchain social platform.

$1 would still only put our network at about a $5m market cap. Things are going to get crazy very quickly - as we saw with the last launch.

I think WLEO will hit $0.35 within the first month of launch. Let’s see what happens ;)

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Yes, along with you @taskmaster4450le, I hope there is an updated post available soon with a step-by-step process, as there are likely going to be many new entrants into the LP. As well as entrants like myself, with questions which need answers ...

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With still a month and a half left in the year, we will be able to make a push towards the $1 mark by year end.

True words my virtual friend.

By the way, will there be a post in the morning with screenshots of how to wrap LEO. Some might have forgotten the way to do that.

Some haven't even tried it in the first place... Will have to read more I guess, I'm kind of left behind when it comes to WLEO technical.

I do know that it is a growth catalyst.

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I do know that it is a growth catalyst.

Yes it is. One of the biggest factors is that it provides a great deal of liquidity to LEO, something it does not have right now on Hive-Engine.

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This is a fantastic post explaining everything from start to finish perfectly. Thank you for taking the time to produce such content.

The LEO tribe seem to just go from strength to strength. We don't get long drawn releases, they just happen and everything at lightning speed as well.

All i can say is......


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That sounds like a shit load of effort out into WLEO 2 clearlt lessons learned from round 1! I hope it will be equally as powerful for the community

Let the great Insta kint begin this is going to get interesting

It is really impressive to see the changes that were implemented after the first mishap.

That might end up being one of the best things to happen to Leofinance. The confidence that people gained from the events afterwards is off the charts. Now, with improved security, we are seeing the ability to present a better product for everyone to utilize.

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Got to say it
Leofinance has been proven
to be the strong voice of this blockchain.
Let's get it going again

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Time to kick it up another gear.

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To prove that no other tokens can be minted, we utilized the contract address to try and mint more tokens above 10M. This essentially simulates the attack that happened on WLEO V1 - since the attacker gained access to the contract key and then minted WLEOs to their account - when trying to mint 1 WLEO under the new contract, we got this error:

No more tokens can be minted from the contract. Now, the security relies on a cold/hot wallet management system

Security should be a top priority. And under this version it's a state of the art top notch super whoooaou one.

Less than 24 hours to go,eh? Sweeeeeet!

So what are you people waiting for? Go grab some more ETH and some more LEO to enjoy the benefits of higher LP rewards.


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Hundreds of thousands of new users... Imagine that on leofinance, imagine more exchanges listing it, new investors, more content creators, far greater traffic and the moon to land on.
I confess that I'm not too techie and not thinking yet in participating in the WLEO 2.0, but I can see the potential in it and how it will affect the platform and its token.

Congratulations to all of you working hard on this project! At least for you, this project and the LEO token deserve a permanent spot on the moon.

Thanks for all.

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Hundreds of thousands of new users..

That is very optimistic. It is exciting to think of how things would be with that many people here.

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It depends a lot on the people and how all of them will behave. The diversity, traffic and engagement will for sure be noticeable like the Wall of China out of...

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The numbers on all levels will go through the charts.

It is something that I am really looking forward to. We are quickly becoming one of the most engaging platforms on blockchain. I am looking forward to next weeks numbers, I feel, from the eyeball test, we will have another big jump.

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LEO surely is making some ground that other communities wish they had.
We wish them luck!

And we wait them to have a taste of this type of sweet pie.

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Some of them are starting to come to life.

Even if they do not, the path is being laid by Leofinance. Some newer tribes that are not yet here might pick up the ball and run with it.

Either way, Leo is doing its job to carry things. One breakthrough can have an enormous impact.

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Hear them roar!

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Very well done post @leofinance, on covering this vital topic, for the future growth and prosperity of the LeoFinance community - the "safe and secure" V2 relaunch of WLEO. For many of us who do not have the technical knowledge to help with the needed details, this supports, in considerable detail, that a lot of thought went in to ensuring, as much as humanly possible, there will be no repeat of the grim fate of WLEO V1.

Given the amount of $$s which are likely to be at risk, that is very reassuring.

As a result, looking forward to joining the "LP team" in the morning. 🦁 Onward and upward! 🚀

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Best of luck this time guys!

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Tremendous improvements from wLEO v1 to v2 and an exemplary organization for the re-launch. Explanations given by the LEO Finance team or by the community members have laid everything down for anyone to participate as a Liquidity Provider and have the math right on it.

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Very impressive work, nothing seems to slow the progress Leo is making. I really hope the other tribes will follow your lead,

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They have to create their own path. However, Leofinance is showing then what is possible.

Hopefully it provides new excitement to the other tribes and gets their communities active.

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Hope others will indeed create their own path. The blockchain really has great potential and it would be a pity for only leofinance to shine.

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It is but they need a 'push' at times. There are a lot of possibilities which is going to require innovation. SO far, not too many tribes are innovating outside of LEO.

With innovation will come expansion.

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They don't have Khal.

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Khla is an algorithm that is tough to reproduce.

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I would really love to see the others step up. There was so much enthusiasm at the start and I have been gathering tokens ever since. Maybe they are waiting for SMTs. I knew Leo would be special but I didn't expect this sort of trailblazing.

Thank you for your engagement on this post, you have recieved ENGAGE tokens.

You guys are working really hard to make this place rock. I'd take my hat off if I had one!

I like what you mentioned about collaborations with other projects. It's a great way to bring crypto people together!

WLeo 2! Here we go!

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I like what you mentioned about collaborations with other projects. It's a great way to bring crypto people together!

It is also a great way to kick off the network effect. By tapping into the other blockchains, all can be leveraged for greater overall gains.

We are getting to the point where things are going to get very exciting around here.

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Leo is making all the right moves. I don't have much to contribute to the liquidity pool, but it sounds like a great idea. Liquidity is a huge problem with Hive. I'm trying to power down my Hive to convert to LEO and LEOM and it is looking like it is going to take a quarter of a year to do! What the actual F.

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Top marks!

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Those 450k will be met in no time :)

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Having $50K from Leofinance is a great start. Only $400K left. 😁

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Hehe maybe I should just put up the full 450 😎

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Best of luck! We're all looking forward to this since the last mishap! Cheers!

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Those last few weeks felt like a damn century

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OK McSpadden said "Pool Early, Pool often" but will their be a pool for wLEO2 like SPEW?
ha worked out very well for all the participants, but is this term "pooling" just a
euphemism for "wrapping"? I'm not into UniTard myself, ETH is excessively and
grossly over complicated and while I have plenty of ETH and LEO, I don't have the time
to "fuss" with all the bull-💩

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From Wrapping LEO to WLEO, we can get Pool rewards and we can swap or trade ETH with WLEO.

Is above what I mean Right or not?

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Whatever happens, our priority must be security at first because we have an operating system, solid products and dedicated community. One way or another the price and interest will go up. Our first duty is to secure our system and keep up developing according to the dynamics of the market

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WLEO plays an incredibly important role in letting millions of crypto users know that our community is unique and deserves attention.

A great job was done by the team, especially in the reimbursement phase of the users after the attack and this was a unique event in the history of the world crypto that I know of.

Being able to relate to other blockchains is fundamental for the vitality of Leofinance and Hive

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I might be out of understanding this, but to pool wLEO you have to have them inETH wallet like metamask and then go to UNISWAP?
Sorry for my ignorance of things.

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@tipu curate

Upvoted 👌 (Mana: 72/192) Liquid rewards.

Amazing amazing amazing!!!!

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Let's go! 🦁🦁🦁

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Security is number 1.Learning from the hack of wleo1, I think hacking simulation should be done to check how smart contract of wleo2 is resistant from hacking attemp

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Nice incentives for long term hodlers

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On Point. LeoFinance always delivers. Love you

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I must commend the creativity and ingenuity of the LEO team. This is superb, a big nees!

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On October 12th, our WLEO-ETH liquidity pool was attacked by a known Ethereum-based attacker. We linked the attacking address to a ring of other addresses which pulled off similar attacks (and others).

I am sorry to hear this but i am also glad that Wleo pool has reached $450k USD in total liquidity. Congratulation to all of you. you have done lots of awesome things to make it possible. Best of luck for the future.
Go moon !!

so where is the address for the pool as I assume we are not going to use the old pool.

are you providing the details for the new pool in a separate post?

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Im too much of an wuss to get into the liquidity pool game, but man this is going to be an exciting few weeks.

Looking forward to seeing how much growth this gets for leo and hive!

Strategic. I just had a cooled headed read on liquidity provision for WLEO2. I'll gladly be a part of this model as it looks into the long term and we're sure of sustainability in rewards.

Thanks Khal for all you do for this community. It's a big sacrifice for humanity. You may be the project lead, however, there are many out there who has been deeply toughed by LEO, WLEO and the growth thus far than you'll ever have. You just may not understand.


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glad you came up with an actual good approach. hope everyone involved learned their lessons of doing it right the first time. would've avoided a lot of bad press and confidence losses

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Having a max supply of 10M WLEO means that 10M LEO can be wrapped.

Is that means $LEO will have fixed supply of 10M as well ?

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LEO just got up and came back stronger.
So it begins, again. :)

Every day there's something new going on here.

Go, LEO team!

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a hot wallet has been created which will hold just enough WLEO to conduct day-to-day transactions

That's a great idea and smart move - if it works for big exchanges then why not adopt that model of added security.

To be honest, as I was reading through all 3,600+ words, my eyes were opening wider and head was nodding in agreement more aggressively with each sentence to a point I headbutted my desk!

I've given fbslo a witness vote after reading the work involved in dissecting the hack, hadn't come across the name before but instantly moved a witness vote around!

Thanks for the epic update and the clear explanation of how the new WLEO system works, enjoyed that - although I can't get involved with it as I don't have too much so am just staking any LEO I get. Seem to remember you saying there's no point in becoming a liquidity provider unless you have thousands of LEO spare?

Keep up the amazing work and updates!

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Great. We can see how stable LEO has been over the years. The market volatility is huge, LEO is one of the very few coins that remain stable. I believe in the future LEO will develop even more

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Very interesting post. The future is coming.

Greetings Michael


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