If you love passive income, here's something for you to consider. Binance has now launched its staking service. Announced today, you can use the staking platform to earn tokens. Tokens supported: NEO, ONT, VET, XLM, KMD, ALGO, QTUM and STRAT.
Bitcoin dropped from $10000 to $7700. And no one knew why. Even the biggest whales in closed private groups were clueless. Some will show you a couple of negative news. Others will share theories and conspiracies. Even Technical Analysts will tell you something new. Post-crash, many traders will bring Warren Buffet’s idealogy into the picture: […]
Jared Tate, the founder of DigitByte token approached Binance for a listing. After a video call, he was told: Binance will charge $300,000 as listing fee. Plus, it will also take 3% of the DBG (DigiByte) token.
ICORating ranks Huobi, Kraken, and BTCTurk as the top 3 centralized exchanges. They are all rated A+ — meaning these exchanges are safe, reliable, and away from potential vulneralibities.
London-based crypto payments and wallet service provider PayRue has made a bet on the overcrowded market of cryptocurrency exchanges. According to the recent news, the company has acquired Gibraltar-based decentralized crypto exchange TokenMarket.
When Thailand-based cryptocurrency exchange Bitcoin Co (bx.in.th) announced its shut down, everyone was stunned. No solid reason was provided, except for the fact that they don’t want to keep their Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) license for 2020.
Kraken confirmed the glitch on Sunday in a Twitter thread. It said that the bug resulted from “an unreleased advanced order type” that they were testing. While the normal price of Bitcoin was around $10.300 that day, the bug allowed some of Kraken’s customers to buy it for as little as $8,000 and sell it for as high as $12,000.
As one of the first compliant crypto exchange in Europe, Nash is now live. You can access the exchange by visiting Nash.io. As you check them out, you can experience the new trading platform, explore the markets, deposit and withdraw tokens.
Binance Futures platform in beta version right now. Selected users can begin trading with a discounted trading fee of anywhere between 50% to 75%.
Binance recently announced its stablecoin called BUSD (Binance USD). The new offering will be pegged 1:1 to the US dollar. In other words, one BUSD can be bought or sold for one US dollar.