Uniswap exchange is attracting a lot of student groups lately as the interest in blockchain and cryptocurrencies grows.
Stanford Blockchain Club verified itself as the ninth largest Uniswap delegate with more than 2.5 million votes.
Stanford Blockchain Club Becomes One of the Largest Uniswap Delegate
A student-run blockchain club at Stanford University announced that they had become the ninth-largest Uniswap delegate after getting 2,524,711 votes. The Sybil Ethereum governance tool established the same.
UC Berkley blockchain club in a California university was one of the largest academic Uniswap delegates until now. However, the Sandford Blockchain club just overtook.
Stanford Blockchain Club has emerged as a strong contributor in blockchain-focused research and contributed immensely to cryptocurrency and crypto-economics growth. Founded in 2014, the club focuses on developing and research aligned with the blockchain and crypto industry. The Sanford Center for Blockchain research allows the students, faculties, and visitors from various disciplines to collaborate and to work on technical challenges in the field.
Uniswap is fast growing to become one of the most substantial decentralized cryptocurrency exchanges taking in more than 42% of the market share. Uniswap has attracted delegates from diverse fields, indicating its massive outreach. Currently, two leading academic universities are part of its top 10 delegates. UC Berkley and Stanford University are esteemed educational institutes, and their involvement in Uniswap establishes the exchange’s credibility as a major contributor in the Defi space.
Stanford Center for Blockchain Research focuses on research on cryptocurrencies and blockchain technologies and runs education programs for blockchain research. Stanford Blockchain Club was founded in 2014 and brought together students interested in blockchain. Two weeks ago, Blockchain at Berkley became the tenth-largest Uniswap delegate after it acquired 2.5 million votes. Currently, Dharma is the largest Uniswap delegate with 16659333 votes and a vote weight of 14.32 percent. UC Berkley Blockchain organization was founded in 2016 to promote blockchain innovation, and it partnered with Ethereum, Hyperledger, and Universal protocol.
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