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BitMart’s Halloween “Trick or Treat”—— Win Up To 10,000 BMX!

Trick or Treat! Halloween is around the corner! To celebrate the upcoming Halloween, from 10:00 AM October 18th to 10:00 AM November 1st, BitMart is hosting a limited time Halloween Photo Contest, happy haunting!  Participants shall take a Halloween photo including any BitMart/BMX elements – costumes, makeup, or even your decorated house and post them […] The post BitMart’s Halloween “Trick or Treat”—— Win Up To 10,000 BMX! appeared first on CCN.com
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BitMart’s Halloween Splash —— 50% Reward to Buy Coins Using USD!

It is official! To celebrate the upcoming Halloween, from 10:00 AM October 18thto10:00 AM November 1st, BitMart is launching a limited time offer with 50% USD cash reward for users who’s buying BTC or ETH via its fiat channel —— Quick Exchange. Come and claim your special “treat”!   How to participate?  Go to www.bitmart.com, click […] The post BitMart’s Halloween Splash —— 50% Reward to Buy Coins Using USD! appeared first on CCN.com
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BitMart Lists the UTXO Based Blockchain – DigiByte (DGB)

BitMart Exchange, a premier global digital asset trading platform, recently announced the listing of DigiByte (DGB). DGB/BTC trading pair will be available starting at 8:00 AM (EDT) on October 15th and withdraw feature will be available on October 16th.  DigiByte is a UTXO PoW based blockchain with a focus on cybersecurity, digital payments and decentralized […] The post BitMart Lists the UTXO Based Blockchain – DigiByte (DGB) appeared first on CCN.com
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BitMart was Invited to Attend the IFIC 2019 Seoul Conference

October 14, 2019 Seoul —– International Fintech Innovation Conference (IFIC) “Unlocking the New Economy” was held in Grand Hilton Hotel Seoul, Korea. Peter King, CBO of BitMart Exchange,delivered a speech regarding “How to Establish A Premiere Exchange in Asia – Pacific Region”.   Hosted by FINWEX, BLUCON and TREELION, the conference gathered top enterprises, experts and […] The post BitMart was Invited to Attend the IFIC 2019 Seoul Conference appeared first on CCN.com
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Buy Coins with USD on BitMart “Quick Exchange”, Get Up to 50% Cash Reward!

BitMart, a premiere global digital asset trading platform, recently launched its fiat channel – Quick Exchange. Users will now be able to buy coins with No funding fees along with their US bank accounts just in minutes!  “Quick Exchange” is a service for registers to link their bank accounts to transfer USD directly from banks […] The post Buy Coins with USD on BitMart “Quick Exchange”, Get Up to 50% Cash Reward! appeared first on CCN.com
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NYNJA and BitMart Announces Winners of the NYNJA Coin (NYN) Listing Campaign

HONG KONG, Oct. 1, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- NYNJA, a blockchain development and software company is pleased to report the successful launch of their cryptocurrency on one of the largest exchanges - Bitmart. In the 30-day campaign period, over 141 users participated with 559,922,687 NYN total trading volume. By listing on Bitmart, NYN Coin reached in South Korea, China, Russia and the United States, making it easier for adoption worldwide. For details of winners please visit: https://bitmartexchange.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360036509673-NYNJACoin-NYN-Trading-Competition-Winners-Announcement NYNJA is currently available for iOS, Android, PC and Mac. The company has an aggressive roadmap to launch a crypto wallet for peer-to-peer payments and crypto storage as well as NYNJA's decentralized labour marketplace. With the launch of the NYNJACoin, businesses will have real time ...Full story available on Benzinga.com
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Opera Brings BTC to Android; Now Looking to Add TRON

Who would have known Opera and bitcoin could go so well together? We’re not necessarily talking about classically trained singers that wear Viking horns and hit high notes, but rather the Norwegian financial platform that’s been touting the addition of bitcoin to its Android app since July of 2018. Opera and BTC: A Perfect Match? The app was launched privately and was later available to the public in December. Opera inherently became one of the first browsers to support bitcoin directly, and customers did not need any extensions or follow-up downloads to engage in crypto transactions. From there, bitcoin support came to the Opera iPhone app. Opera presently has about 350 million users, and many enthusiasts see this as a prime movement in the fight to make bitcoin mainstream. In a blog post, the company writes: With this release, Opera opens its crypto wallet to the world’s most popular blockchain, making it possible to send and receive BTC directly from the browser the way one would with an image or a music file. This means anyone can now not only send bitcoin and Ethereum to another person but can also use it while interacting with websites to pay for goods or services. Up to this stage, Opera only provided support for Ethereum, the world’s second-largest cryptocurrency and a primary competitor to bitcoin. However, the company is also introducing plans to support Tron in the coming months. The last few weeks have marked by a whole new list of platforms or companies showing support for cryptocurrencies they otherwise were ignoring. One such example comes in the form of the new HTC smartphone known as Exodus 1s, which can allegedly support a full bitcoin node. This means that the phone can hold the entire blockchain ledger. Other examples include Electrum, a new bitcoin wallet which has recently added the Lightning Network to its platform. The Lightning Network is designed to assist with scalability on the bitcoin blockchain. While bitcoin is the oldest, largest and arguably the most popular of the world’s cryptocurrencies, it often lacks the up-to-date technology of its newer altcoin counterparts. Thus, it suffers from slow transaction times and smaller blocks. How Lightning Is Making Things Simpler The Lightning Network initiates micropayments that occur off-chain to ensure that they are pushed through quickly. Electrum’s addition of Lightning is likely to enable faster speeds for customers and ensure that payments are pushed through with ease. We’ve also received word of a new startup called Moon, which allows Amazon customers to purchase goods and services from the online retailer with crypto. The application also works through Lightning-based technology and appears to recognize the Amazon page once you log in. When you’re ready to check out, it provides you with a crypto pay option that shows how many available funds you can spend. The post Opera Brings BTC to Android; Now Looking to Add TRON appeared first on Live Bitcoin News.
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Opera Continues Bullish Crypto Mainstream Drive With Bitcoin Payments

Browser minnow Opera is ramping up cryptocurrency support for Android users in version 54, which has just been released on Tuesday. Among a host of other cosmetic improvements and a new UI, this latest release improves upon the current crypto wallet with support for both Bitcoin and Tron payments. Ethereum has been the staple payment […] The post Opera Continues Bullish Crypto Mainstream Drive With Bitcoin Payments appeared first on CCN.com
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Carson Wentz Gossip Turns Eagles Into Daytime Soap Opera

After the beating the Dallas Cowboys gave the Philadelphia Eagles Sunday night, fans were probably wondering how things could get worse. When they woke up Monday morning, they found out. It appears that at least one fool decided to burn his Carson Wentz jersey following the loss, and – more significantly – Alshon Jeffery is […] The post Carson Wentz Gossip Turns Eagles Into Daytime Soap Opera appeared first on CCN.com
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The Ethereum Ecosystem: Still Relevant After All These Years

Ethereum first went live in 2015, and since then, it’s become one of the market’s top coins. And while four years may not be a lot in most markets, in crypto it’s a lifetime. For Ethereum, it has been quite a ride. With a market cap of $19 billion, Ethereum is the second largest cryptocurrency in existence, and recent reports show that it provides a benchmark for the market. Of course, there’s much more to its success: the Ethereum ecosystem is thriving in its own right. In short, Ethereum is one of the most extensible blockchains. It offers developers the opportunity to create tokens, dApps, collectibles, financial applications, and more. Plus, Ethereum itself will soon be better than ever. Here’s what the Ethereum community is up to right now—and what the Ethereum ecosystem has to offer. Dominance Over dApps and Tokens Ethereum currently leads the dApp market with its sheer number of listings. Right now, it has a total of 2000 dApps—four times more than TRON or EOS, its closest competitors. Ethereum also closely matches those blockchains in terms of dApp volume—each platform handles about $10 million of crypto through its apps in a typical day.   Daily dApp transaction volumes in dollars, via DAppReview   To be fair, EOS and TRON dominate in terms of dApp users and transactions (although many of these are simple gambling apps). Still, Ethereum has a few notable apps in those measures: MakerDAO attracted 2200 users on Monday, making it the third largest dApp by user count. Meanwhile, dYdX, a derivatives platform, handled $371,000 on Monday—making it the 9th largest app by that metric. Ethereum’s token standards are also incredibly influential. Of the top 50 cryptocurrencies by market cap, at least 20 are based on Ethereum’s ERC-20 token standard—including big names like BAT and LINK. Plus, Ethereum’s non-fungible ERC-721 standard has begat collectible items like Decentraland properties and CryptoKitties. New Opportunities For Investment As Ethereum matures, there might be new ways to invest. Recently, the CFTC declared that Ethereum is a commodity, meaning that ETH futures may become an option for institutional investors in the future. It’s conceivable that Bakkt might add ETH futures alongside its BTC futures—though it hasn’t said so explicitly. Additionally, there are some retail platforms that already trade Ethereum futures, such as BitMEX and Kraken. These options attract speculative investors who might not trade on the crypto market itself. Even though futures don’t affect Ethereum’s value directly, they bring value into the crypto ecosystem and facilitate price discovery. There are other investment opportunities as well. MakerDAO, for example, allows you to lock up your Ether as collateral and create Dai stablecoins in return. Meanwhile, peer lending platforms like ETHLend allow you to earn interest by lending out Ether. Suffice to say, there’s a lot you can do with your Ether holdings. Preparing For Ethereum 2.0 Ethereum’s next big milestone will be Ethereum 2.0, which will introduce staking, which allows coinholders to earn rewards. It will also improve scalability through features like sharding, which will allow the blockchain to handle many more transactions. Though Ethereum 2.0 is a multi-year effort, staking should be available in the next few months. At the moment, different Ethereum development groups are running separate testnets. These became interoperable in early September, and according to Ethereum’s creator, Vitalik Buterin, a public network is rapidly approaching. This will be the “last major milestone [before] the network,” Buterin stated during a recent event in Hong Kong. Buterin has also suggested that the upgrade will be seamless. In a post on Ethresear.ch, Buterin suggested that app developers will need to migrate, but coinholders won’t need to do anything at all: “You may want to move your funds into [an ETH2] wallet eventually, but you do not strictly have to and there is no time limit,” he wrote. Can Ethereum Stay Relevant? Of course, not everyone is happy with Ethereum. Some dApps, such as Ethermon, have moved to blockchains like Zilliqa due to the promise of faster transaction speeds. Meanwhile, some projects with ERC-20 tokens have migrated to other platforms like Binance Chain. Finally, some critics believe that sharding is not secure. But despite criticism, Ethereum probably won’t go away. Its brand, market standing, its dominance over dApps, and its ability to drive hype for version 2.0 seem to be a winning combination. Though it has many competitors, Ethereum has first mover advantage and the biggest developer community in crypto —giving it a head start and making it the favorite to continue to tower over the competition.     The post The Ethereum Ecosystem: Still Relevant After All These Years appeared first on Crypto Briefing.
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