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Daily Crypto News 30 August



Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Shaktikanta Das said the Central Bank of India's (CBDC) digital currency trials could begin by December. Coindesk also said the central bank was studying security issues and the broader impact the CBDC would have on monetary policy.


Cointelegraph reported that TGU Consulting Group, a Honduran company, has installed the country's first bitcoin ATM. The "la bitconiera" machine allows you to buy BTC and Ether in exchange for the local fiat currency - lempira. Mayen said this was the first automated way to buy bitcoin in Honduras.


The xToken decentralized funding project has suffered another exploit over the weekend after hackers discovered a vulnerability in smart contracts for their xSNX product, Cointelegraph reported. The attack resulted in a drain of approximately $ 4.5 million from xToken's xSNX product. An investigation revealed that the perpetrator had borrowed 25,000 ETH (approximately $ 81 million) from the decentralized exchange dYdX (DEX) to carry out the attack. The incident is not the first time xToken has been exploited this year, in response to the latest attack, xToken has announced it will withdraw the xSNX product.