It’s been quite the past few days for Ethereum, decentralized finance, and the entire crypto industry due to SushiSwap. SushiSwap marked a revolution in how protocols complete; the project, forked from Uniswap, has also marked a revolution in how and if anonymous developers can operate multi-million-dollar protocols.
Unsurprisingly, with the unique journey that SushiSwap has been on, it has attracted the attention of mainstream investors and reporters.
On Friday, Bloomberg released an extensive report on the SushiSwap saga entitled “Crypto Exchange Gets Millions After Copy-Paste of a Rival’s Code.” Many saw this as notable as it was likely the first time many Bloomberg readers were exposed to DeFi. The story was also controversial because some have noted it is purportedly filled with some inaccuracies about the crypto industry.
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On Friday, readers of Bloomberg and the Bloomberg Terminal were treated with