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EOS, Augur and Maker Launching on Coinbase

EOS, Augur and Maker Launching on Coinbase

Trading of Eos (EOS) and Augur (REP) will be available soon in all jurisdictions supported...
by Seth Mek on April 09, 2019
E-Commerce Conglomerate Rakuten Arranges Crypto Exchange for April Launch after Name Change

E-Commerce Conglomerate Rakuten Arranges Crypto Exchange for April Launch after Name Change

Japanese e-commerce giant Rakuten has finished registration of its crypto exchange Rakuten Wallet, which is scheduled to go live this coming April, the company confirmed on March 25th in a press release.
by Seth Mek on March 26, 2019
Litecoin: Ignite the Fire

Litecoin: Ignite the Fire

With the recent performance increase in the last month or so, there's no better time...
by Seth Mek on March 19, 2019
Major U.S. Retailer Dumps Visa – Considers Bitcoin’s Lightning Network

Major U.S. Retailer Dumps Visa – Considers Bitcoin’s Lightning Network

American retail powerhouse, Kroger, is no longer accepting Visa credit cards at its chain of Smith’s food and drug stores. Anthony Pompliano, more popular by the name of Pomp, tweeted an offer to link them up with BTC’s Lightning Network.
by Seth Mek on March 05, 2019
Coinbase Lists Ripple’s XRP

Coinbase Lists Ripple’s XRP

Coinbase Pro will now accept XRP deposits for a minimum of 12 hours prior to enabling full-scale trading. Coinbase claims it wants to establish sufficient liquidity on the platform before opening trading pairs in U.S. Dollars, Euro’s and Bitcoin, which will be done in phases. Full-access trading of XRP will be available to customer in the U.S., Canada, the Eurpoean Union, The U.K., Singapore and Australia. Coinbase notes that it will expand its services to other counties at a later undisclosed time.
by Seth Mek on February 26, 2019
Popular Payment App Prioritizing Bitcoin Lightning Network Implementation

Popular Payment App Prioritizing Bitcoin Lightning Network Implementation

One of the most well-known mobile payment apps in the world will implement Bitcoin’s Lightning Network.
by Seth Mek on February 12, 2019

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Seth Mek is a content marketer who is heavily involved in the crypto space. Chart geek by day and a writer by night, he is loathe to discuss himself in the third person, but can be persuaded to do so from time to time. He's also on a mission to push global adoption of digital currencies. @EgressVoidLight

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