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Top Cryptos by Tokens Outstanding

Top Cryptos by Tokens Outstanding

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  • Coinbase’s Visa debit card adds support for DAI stablecoin
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    Coinbase’s Visa debit card adds support for DAI stablecoin

    Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase’s Visa debit card offering has added support for ethereum-based DAI stablecoin. Announcing the news Friday, Coinbase Card said DAI is the first stablecoin added to its offering.The post Coinbase’s Visa debit card adds support for DAI stablecoin appeared first on The Block.

  • Privacy-focused Brave browser crosses 10M monthly active users
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    Privacy-focused Brave browser crosses 10M monthly active users

    Privacy-focused internet browser Brave says that it has passed 10 million-mark in terms of monthly active users (MAU). Brave’s MAU figure was 8.7 million in October and jumped to 10.4 million at the end of November, witnessing nearly 20% growth during the period and almost 100% in the last one year, according to an announcement […]The post Privacy-focused Brave browser crosses 10M monthly active users appeared first on The Block.

  • Bitfinex to support deposits and withdrawals on Lightning Network
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    Bitfinex to support deposits and withdrawals on Lightning Network

    Bitfinex is pushing for mainstream adoption of the Lightning Network. The cryptocurrency exchange announced in an email on Monday that it will support Lightning Network deposits and withdrawals starting Dec.The post Bitfinex to support deposits and withdrawals on Lightning Network appeared first on The Block.

  • XRP continues to struggle at $0.22 as bear market pressure mounts
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    XRP continues to struggle at $0.22 as bear market pressure mounts

    Ripple's XRP token is in dire straits after yet another red weekend that saw the world's third-largest cryptocurrency fall by more than 5%. XRP was rejected from the $0.23 level of resistance which previously acted as support throughout September, indicating that more downside price action is likely in the coming weeks. It desperately needs to hold above $0.21 or it could well drop to its lowest point in more than two years, with analysts suggesting it could reach the $0.16 and $0.11 levels of support. The nervous descent in price comes after a rocky year for XRP and the company behind it, Ripple. Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse has vocally defended the project in spite of criticism surrounding its status asThe post XRP continues to struggle at $0.22 as bear market pressure mounts appeared first on Coin Rivet.

  • Japanese crypto exchange BitFlyer adds trading support for XRP
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    Japanese crypto exchange BitFlyer adds trading support for XRP

    Japanese cryptocurrency exchange BitFlyer, recognized as one of the 10 exchanges with “real” trading volumes by asset management firm Bitwise, has added trading support for XRP cryptocurrency.The post Japanese crypto exchange BitFlyer adds trading support for XRP appeared first on The Block.

  • Tron’s largest decentralised exchange acquired by Poloniex
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    Tron’s largest decentralised exchange acquired by Poloniex

    TRXMarket, the largest decentralised exchange by volume on the Tron network, has been bought out by Poloniex for an undisclosed amount. Poloniex is one of the oldest cryptocurrency exchanges in the space having launched in 2014. It was previously part of crypto payments processor Circle before the companies split earlier this year. The TRXMarket team shared in a Medium post on Wednesday that the exchange had been acquired and announced a full rebrand of the site. The new exchange is called PoloniDEX and has already changed its web address to ‘poloniex.org’. The TRXMarket team says that users can still visit the original domain and all users' funds are protected. TRXMarket, already renamed PoloniDEX on Twitter, shared the news in aThe post Tron's largest decentralised exchange acquired by Poloniex appeared first on Coin Rivet.

  • Which crypto projects are closing partnerships with major brands?
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    Which crypto projects are closing partnerships with major brands?

    One of the most important aspects of cryptocurrency is adoption. Without mass adoption by new blood, the future for crypto looks bleak, and there will likely never be another bull run. As such, it is critical that cryptocurrency projects close deals with major retail-oriented brands to increase visibility and get the word out there. Over the last month, there has been some movement in this area by a handful of projects. In this article, I will discuss the ones I found the most promising in terms of spreading awareness about cryptocurrencies. Ripple partners with MoneyGram I spoke with @bgarlinghouse at SwellbyRipple about the @MoneyGram partnership with @Ripple and what's next for the money transfer industry. Using ODL will strengthen andThe post Which crypto projects are closing partnerships with major brands? appeared first on Coin Rivet.

  • Poloniex acquires TRON-based DEX to offer decentralized trading
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    Poloniex acquires TRON-based DEX to offer decentralized trading

    Cryptocurrency exchange Poloniex has acquired TRXMarket, a decentralized exchange (DEX) built on the TRON blockchain.  Poloniex, the exchange whose recent spinoff from Circle was partially financed by TRON founder Justin Sun, announced the acquisition on Wednesday in a blog post.The post Poloniex acquires TRON-based DEX to offer decentralized trading appeared first on The Block.

  • Ripple completes investment in MoneyGram with additional $20 million
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    Ripple completes investment in MoneyGram with additional $20 million

    Ripple has completed its commitment to buy $50 million worth of equity in money remittance service MoneyGram. In a press release shared with Coin Rivet, MoneyGram announced that Ripple had successfully acquired a further $20 million worth of equity in the NASDAQ-listed company having already invested $30 million earlier this year. Ripple purchased newly created equity at a price of $4.10 per share, which is significantly higher than MoneyGram’s current market price of around $3.00. However, the extra capital will be used to develop 'On-Demand Liquidity' (ODL) solutions. Ripple’s ODL technology uses XRP digital assets to send money globally and instantly for low fees. Chairman and CEO of MoneyGram Alex Holmes said of the investment: "Our partnership with Ripple isThe post Ripple completes investment in MoneyGram with additional $20 million appeared first on Coin Rivet.

  • Bitcoin was the perfect post-crisis bubble: Morning Brief
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    Bitcoin was the perfect post-crisis bubble: Morning Brief

    Top news and what to watch in the markets on Tuesday, November 26, 2019.

  • Blockchain research firm Messari claims Ripple is operating a ‘tax shelter’
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    Blockchain research firm Messari claims Ripple is operating a ‘tax shelter’

    Blockchain analysis firm Messari has launched a scathing attack on Rippleworks and its executives, claiming that Ripple used a $174 million donation to the foundation as a tax write-off. After examining Ripple’s ‘Return of Private Foundation’ form (Form 990), Ryan Selkis, the founder of blockchain analysis firm Messari Pro Research, alleged that Ripple executives were using the Ripple Foundation for Financial Innovation, or ‘Rippleworks’, as a "corporate and executive tax shelter" and had failed to dispense grants to charities. Discussing charitable donations made in the 2018 tax year by Rippleworks, Selkis wrote: “…the entity affiliated with Ripple and its co-founder Chris Larsen granted exactly $0 to other charities out of a staggering $1.2 billion AUM.” Rippleworks was established to promoteThe post Blockchain research firm Messari claims Ripple is operating a ‘tax shelter’ appeared first on Coin Rivet.

  • Ubisoft joins the Ultra blockchain as a corporate block producer
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    Ubisoft joins the Ultra blockchain as a corporate block producer

    Blockchain company Ultra has announced that veteran video game publisher Ubisoft will be joining the platform as a corporate block producer during its testnet period. The Ultra blockchain serves as a game distribution platform which aims to "break the market monopoly" of current game publishing systems. Ultra offers staged software download technology, which has already served over 100 million downloads worldwide. Ultra needs to find block producers who can meet the technical demands of validating blocks on the network while also providing an ongoing commitment to growing the Ultra ecosystem. Ubisoft is one of the largest and most well-known video game publishers in the world and is responsible for much-loved gaming franchises such as the Rayman, Assassin’s Creed, and TomThe post Ubisoft joins the Ultra blockchain as a corporate block producer  appeared first on Coin Rivet.

  • $10 billion wiped from XRP market cap since June
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    $10 billion wiped from XRP market cap since June

    Ripple's XRP token has endured a turbulent year, with more than $10 billion being wiped from the cryptocurrency's total market cap. In late June, the price of XRP reached dizzying heights as it tested the key $0.50 level of resistance. However, the euphoria was short-lived as XRP proceeded to slump dramatically in the following months, eventually succumbing to a depressing yearly low of $0.21 in September. Two months on, and despite a test of the $0.31 region in early November, XRP continues to stagnate at around $0.24. The market cap of XRP is now just $10.68 billion, which is 50% down from its yearly high of $20.7 billion and a far cry from its all-time high of $146 billion inThe post $10 billion wiped from XRP market cap since June appeared first on Coin Rivet.

  • Cardano’s Shelley testnet shows a lot of promise
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    Cardano’s Shelley testnet shows a lot of promise

    While most of the top-20 cryptos are angrily in the red today, Cardano (ADA) has been making steady gains over the last few days. It’s currently up by around 3% in the last 24 hours, making it one of the very few green coins today. So why is ADA baulking the bearish trend? Shelley testnet sees 100+ staking pool registrations Implemented to bring about the full decentralisation of Cardano, the recently released Shelley testnet is already showing a lot of promise. According to one Cardano enthusiast on Twitter (liked and retweeted by both The Cardano Report and Cardanians.io), in just two days, more than 100 staking pool registrations were recorded on the Shelley testnet. Over 100 registered staking pools onThe post Cardano’s Shelley testnet shows a lot of promise appeared first on Coin Rivet.

  • Multi-Collateral Dai goes live on MakerDAO
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    Multi-Collateral Dai goes live on MakerDAO

    Multi-Collateral Dai (MCD) has activated on the MakerDAO system after MKR token stakeholders made an executive vote last Friday to pass it through.The post Multi-Collateral Dai goes live on MakerDAO appeared first on The Block.

  • EOS vs Ethereum: A blockchain comparison
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    EOS vs Ethereum: A blockchain comparison

    Ethereum and EOS are two of the world's most prominent blockchain projects at the time of writing. While Ethereum wants to decentralise world computing, EOS's target is to run fast decentralised applications (dApps). To achieve these goals, each protocol uses a different consensus algorithm and a different governance model. Ethereum has a strong focus on decentralisation at its core, while EOS provides speed by removing some of its decentralised features. At the end of the day, depending on the purpose, both projects have their pros and cons. In this article, I will dive deeper into each cryptocurrency protocol individually and compare them both in terms of security, scalability, and decentralisation - the three core aspects of any blockchain. Ethereum (ETH)The post EOS vs Ethereum: A blockchain comparison appeared first on Coin Rivet.

  • Three XRP subreddits you should follow
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    Three XRP subreddits you should follow

    Ripple (XRP) is making a name for itself as one of the most relevant cryptocurrencies in the market today. With a current market cap of almost $12 billion, it is the third-largest cryptocurrency by market value. Rather than simply being used for speculative trading, it has a practical use too, with many big financial firms using XRP for their international payments. It’s no surprise then that several subreddits have been created with a focus on all things related to Ripple. What is XRP? XRP is the cryptocurrency used by the Ripple payment network, which was created to speed up the transfer of money between institutions. Ripple connects banks, payment providers, and digital asset exchanges via RippleNet to provide a frictionlessThe post Three XRP subreddits you should follow appeared first on Coin Rivet.

  • SBI Ripple Asia launches first blockchain remittance service between Japan and Vietnam
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    SBI Ripple Asia launches first blockchain remittance service between Japan and Vietnam

    Tokyo-based remittance company SBI Remit has announced the launch of the first-ever blockchain-based money transfer service between Japan and Vietnam. According to a press release published earlier today, the group will be using RippleNet blockchain technology to facilitate the transfers. The new service is part of SBI Ripple Asia, a collaborative project established between Ripple Labs and SBI Holdings in May 2016. SBI Holdings is one of the largest money transfer services in Japan, providing remittance solutions to over 200 jurisdictions. The group has a preexisting partnership with international remittance company MoneyGram, which facilitates international money transfers in around 10 minutes. However, through RippleNet technology, the group hopes its service will become even faster and cheaper. Commenting on the launch,The post SBI Ripple Asia launches first blockchain remittance service between Japan and Vietnam appeared first on Coin Rivet.

  • Binance adds support for Turkish lira for direct crypto purchases
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    Binance adds support for Turkish lira for direct crypto purchases

    Cryptocurrency exchange Binance has added support for Turkish lira (TRY) for its direct fiat-to-crypto buying facility. This will allow Binance users to buy bitcoin (BTC), ether (ETH) and XRP directly with lira.The post Binance adds support for Turkish lira for direct crypto purchases appeared first on The Block.

  • Latest Stellar price and analysis (XLM to USD)
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    Latest Stellar price and analysis (XLM to USD)

    Stellar (XLM) experienced a significant 9% dump this week as the positive momentum from last week's token burn faded away. Overall, the cryptocurrency seems to be stabilising after price fell from over $0.08 to around $0.073, where it currently sits. Will Stellar Lumens recover and surpass its yearly high? Or will XLM continue its long-term trend to the downside? Let's take a look at the chart. At the start of the month, XLM pumped from $0.07 to close to $0.09. The cryptocurrency has since experienced a correction back to around $0.075 and is now trading between its 50-day and 200-day EMAs. Stellar's price spiked as a result of an unexpected token burn carried out by the Stellar Foundation. 55 billionThe post Latest Stellar price and analysis (XLM to USD) appeared first on Coin Rivet.

  • Weiss Ratings claims Cardano is ‘vastly superior’ to EOS
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    Weiss Ratings claims Cardano is ‘vastly superior’ to EOS

    In a series of tweets published this week by the official Weiss Crypto Ratings account, the financial ratings firm claimed that while EOS was first to market, rival Cardano has "vastly superior" technology. The ratings firm later stated that Cardano’s imminent release of its Shelley phase was a turning point for the protocol, which would allow investors to earn passive ADA through staking for the first time in the blockchain’s history. Cardano is clearly superior to EOS. EOS was first to market, but it’s becoming increasingly clear that of the two, Cardano is vastly superior. More details on this in subsequent tweets. ADA crypto cryptocurrency -- Weiss Crypto Ratings (@WeissCrypto) November 13, 2019 However, conflicting ratings on the Weiss websiteThe post Weiss Ratings claims Cardano is ‘vastly superior’ to EOS appeared first on Coin Rivet.

  • Coinbase’s crypto Visa debit card adds support for XRP and 4 more coins
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    Coinbase’s crypto Visa debit card adds support for XRP and 4 more coins

    Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase’s Visa debit card has today added support for XRP and four more coins. The four coins are Brave browser’s basic attention token (BAT), Augur (REP), Stellar (XLM) and 0x (ZRX), Coinbase Card announced Thursday.The post Coinbase’s crypto Visa debit card adds support for XRP and 4 more coins appeared first on The Block.

  • Bitfinex to launch options and gold-backed stablecoin
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    Bitfinex to launch options and gold-backed stablecoin

    Bitfinex has plans to offer options as soon as Q1 2020, according to Paolo Ardoino, CTO of Bitfinex and Tether. Ardoino told The Scoop that compliant perpetual swaps and basket futures are on the way.The post Bitfinex to launch options and gold-backed stablecoin appeared first on The Block.

  • How to buy XRP with USD
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    How to buy XRP with USD

    XRP, the cryptocurrency used by the Ripple payment network, is growing in popularity. The world's third-largest cryptocurrency by market cap is now used by a number of major banks as part of their payment settlement infrastructure. The altcoin has become a major cryptocurrency, so it’s no surprise that many retail investors want to get their hands on it. Thankfully, it is much easier to buy XRP today than it was a few years ago. There are now several exchanges which allow you to buy XRP with USD, as well as with other fiat currencies. What is XRP? XRP is the cryptocurrency used by the Ripple payment network, which was created to speed up the transfer of money between institutions. RippleThe post How to buy XRP with USD appeared first on Coin Rivet.

  • Cardano prepares for Shelley era with incentivised testnet release
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    Cardano prepares for Shelley era with incentivised testnet release

    Cardano’s long-awaited Shelley era is rapidly approaching, with the company now launching an incentivised testnet which will reward ADA holders for delegating their stake. As part of Cardano’s Shelley phase, which will see the third-generation blockchain protocol move to a fully decentralised state, researchers at IOHK - the engineering and development arm behind Cardano - are allowing users to earn real rewards for taking part in network consensus. Launched in 2017, Cardano has gained a huge following in the crypto space largely due to its adoption of formal verification methods and highly scientific approach to building its protocol infrastructure. It's currently the 12th largest cryptocurrency by market capitalisation. As a proof-of-stake rather than a proof-of-work blockchain, blocks will be validatedThe post Cardano prepares for Shelley era with incentivised testnet release appeared first on Coin Rivet.

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