While some remains optimistic about the current market decline, crypto-naysayers take this occasion to sentence Bitcoin and the rest of crypto-waggon to death.
Blockchain pioneer Jed McCaleb, known for cofounding Mt.Gox, Ripple and Stellar, called Tron and 90% of other crypto-related projects ‘just garbage’ in a recent interview to Yahoo! Finance.
More and more companies are joining the crypto world starting with acceptance of crypto payments. Now users of The Register will be allowed to pay in XLM.
The transfer of tokens across two blockchains will be done through atomic swaps. The Ethereum blockchain will be used for liquidity and the Stellar platform for transactions.
Mobius Network raised $39 million selling its mobi tokens. Accepting only Stellar’s native currency lumens (XLM) in exchange for the tokens, the company contributed to Stellar’s popularity and growth in its price.
Stellar Lumens (XLM) gains popularity since the start of the year with the price reached the new all-time high of $0.9185 some hours ago.
During first hours of today’s session Ripple enjoyed raise in its value and now, according to data from CoinMarketCap, the Ripple price is hesitating around $1.29.
Popular messaging app Kik is moving its Kin tokens from the Ethereum network to the Stellar network sighting issues with speed, reliability and costs.
Software giant IBM, regional financial services company KlickEx Group, and Stellar, a non-profit organisation that supports an open source blockchain network, have unveiled a new regional cross-border payments solution using IBM’s blockchain technology.
Ripple aims to provide greater market transparency and certainty about current and future XRP supply by placing 55 billion XRP into a transparently managed escrow account.