Stellar Lumens has shown tremendous surges with weekly gains over 70% outclassing all other cryptocurrencies in the market.
Having received the Sharia certification, the Stellar Foundation will be working on developing Sharia-compliant applications using the Stellar technology for Islamic financial institutions.
Stellar-powered startup, the London Football Exchange has announced that it will partner with leading software company Lightyear.io.
As a part of new regulations, ICO issuers will have to undergo a thorough screening by the SEC before being launched and open to retail investors.
EOS is named the cryptocurrency No.1 according to a recently released ranking from China. Ethereum ranks 2nd, though earlier it was the leader.
Scopuly, a decentralized cross-platform application built on Stellar blockchain, allows for safe storage, instant transfer and issuance of crypto-currency assets, investment in ICO campaigns, and their launch – all in one app.
Amid beta release of the Trinity wallet, the new wallet client for the IOTA project, IOTA price was seen gaining nearly 20% on Tuesday.
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.
IBM plans to launch its own cryptocurrency on the Stellar blockchain. In collaboration with Veridium, the companies are going to tokenize carbon credits.
Thanks to Basepay ambitious plans, cryptocurrency payments will soon become available to a great number of people all over the world.
As Bitcoin is still priced high, and entry to cryptocurrencies for new-comers remains hard, altcoins may become a real alternative. For all interested we’ve put together a list of the top 5 altcoins to look for this year.
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.