Stellar Lumens (XLM) has managed to win over EOS, becoming the 5th largest cryptocurrency in the world by its market cap.
According to the sources familiar with the matter, the two companies have been discussing the creation of a fork in the Stellar blockchain while letting Facebook develop its indigenous digital token on a separate blockchain.
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.
ICO’s are quickly becoming a significant alternative to IPO’s, and they are attracting a lot of interest.
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.
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.
LeFinance shares its international ambitions saying that cross-border payments is just what is needed now to increase global influence.
A great fight between two bitcoin 2.0 contenders created by Jed McCaleb “grips the crypto world.” Who’s going to win?