Biweekly, we’ll round up the hottest news across the DeFi ecosystem to help you keep up to speed.  

The “Blockchain Solves That” winner this week: Crypto donors have sent over $60 million to Aid for Ukraine enabling the country to quickly purchase drones, armored vests, and computer software and hardware. (Decrypt

Non-profit Energy Web will soon begin publishing “sustainability scores” for bitcoin miners bringing greater ESG scrutiny to the industry. (Blockworks

Coindesk reports that the The Federal Reserve announced a tiered framework for requests to access the central banking system – a move that creates a pathway for crypto banks. (Coindesk

Dapper Labs, creators of NBA Top Shot NFTs, has launched an NFL project called “NFL All Day” out of beta. (Decrypt

Defi Lender Aave’s core team takes a stand on DeFi censorship, says on-chain censoring will require DAO consensus. (The Block

Ethereum Name Service (ENS) is seeing a major spike in registrations ahead of the Ethereum network merge. (Decrypt

Gnosis is in the process of spinning out their project, Safe, with a token of its own. Users of Gnosis Safes before February of this year are eligible for the airdrop. (Gnosis

So what’s Safe up to as they fly off on their own? They’re partnering with NFTfi to create the first ever NFT rights management wallet that will allow NFT owners to rent out the rights and permissions associated with their NFT. (Blockworks)