While there’s a whole myriad of alternatives for storing your cryptos online, we decided to help you limit the scope with a review of the top 10 web wallets of 2019.
Binance has launched its staking platform that enables users to earn dividends or interest on their digital assets just for depositing them on the platform.
Today, on September 24, crypto exchange giant Binance has announced the launch of its arm in the U.S. market. Binance.US is finally opened.
Binance US will offer the trading facility in crypto-to-crypto and fiat-to-crypto trading pairs in 37 states across America. It also plans to offer commission-free trading from November 1st, 2019.
Coinbase announced that it plans a possible addition of 17 new cryptos to its platform including Telegram provided that the assets meet set technical standards and comply with applicable laws.
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The Stellar Foundation has partnered with Keybase to offer a $126 million in XLM airdrop scheduled to last for 20 months with the participants expecting to get monthly airdrops of 100 million XLM.
According to MetaBlock, Waves is the top blockchain project leading by commits. Ethereum and Cardano follow Waves and take the 2nd and 3rd positions with 1847 and 1687 commits respectively.
Franklin Templeton wants to have a go at using cryptocurrencies as a tool for investments in a new fund. This will mainstream cryptocurrencies in general and Stellar in particular. Is this the beginning of the big bang we have all been waiting for?
Recently one of the few crypto institutional custodians Anchorage, announced that they are adding support for Stellar (XLM) and Tezos (XTZ). By doing this, Anchorage hopes to bring greater returns to institutional investors and meed fiduciary obligations.