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Trust Wallet enables FIO Addresses making it easier to transact in cryptos

Trust Wallet, a secured multi-cryptocurrency wallet, announced that it will enable a feature that lets its clients simplify their blockchain public addresses. The firm will integrate FIO Addresses into its platform available for purchase to all users. FIO Addresses make it easier to transact with cryptocurrencies because it replaces the need for cryptic blockchain public addresses with an address that is formatted like: “username:domain.” The co-founder of Ethereum Vitalik Buterin, for instance, could replace his Ethereum address, 0xAb5801a7D398351b8bE11C439e05C5B3259aeC9B, for something like “vitalik:trust” if he was using the Trust Wallet platform. “This is a big step forward in user experience that will improve crypto usage and it is available for all coins supported with Trust Wallet,” said Viktor Radchenko, founder of Trust Wallet. The integration of FIO Addresses will also allow users to request payments in the cryptocurrency of their choice and add metadata to transactions, such as notes, for storing purposes. These addresses can be reserved on the Trust Wallet app and will have an annual fee of 2 USDC. Trust Wallet was originally released in November 2017 as an open-source Ethereum wallet. Now, it supports a wider range of digital assets and a browser for several decentralized applications (dApps). On July 2018, Trust Wallet was acquired by Binance to add an on-chain mobile wallet to the list of Binance services with other future integration possibilities. “The Trust Wallet brand and team will retain the autonomy and freedom to develop the core product while benefiting from the increased synergy from Binance, including the broad user base and the upcoming DEX,” read the announcement. The post Trust Wallet enables FIO Addresses making it easier to transact in cryptos appeared first on CryptoSlate.
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Binance’s Trust Wallet Is Released For macOS, Support For Windows and Linux To Come Soon

The official wallet of Binance, the Trust Wallet, has been recently released for macOS desktop devices. The company has also promised that Windows and Linux users will also get support soon. Trust Wallet is compatible with basically all tokens listed on the Binance platform and more. It is fully compatible with over 20,000 ETH-based tokens […]
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Binance's Trust Wallet Releases Desktop Client

Trust Wallet, which crypto exchange Binance acquired in July 2018, has released a desktop client with initial support for Mac. Viktor Radchenko, founder of Trust Wallet, did announce on Twitter that support for Windows and Linux would be "coming shortly."
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Tron and Poloniex Relationship Scrutinized After Digibyte Delisting

The crypto firm Circle recently revealed that it was spinning off the trading platform Poloniex and has since warned customers to withdraw assets or they may be sent to state governments. Following the announcement, the founder of the crypto network Digibyte (DGB), Jared Tate, explained he was extremely upset that his friend’s and family’s sensitive personal data “is now in the hands of [Poloniex].” Not too long after Tate’s tweet, the Poloniex Twitter account responded by denying ownership of U.S. customer data, and revealed the exchange would “delist DGB soon.” Also Read: Circle Warns Poloniex US Customer Assets May Be Sent to the Government Crypto Community Discusses Poloniex Delisting Digibyte ‘After Careful Review’ The trading platform Poloniex has been scrutinized lately after the over-the-counter (OTC) digital currency management firm Circle sold the exchange in October. After the spinoff, Frank Chaparro and Celia Wan asserted that “Tron founder Justin Sun is behind Poloniex’s spin-off.” Others in the crypto industry also assumed Sun had a hand in the crypto exchange purchase. At the time, Tron (TRX) founder Justin Sun denied being behind the exchange purchase, but on November 12 he admitted he was part of a group of investors behind the Poloniex acquisition during a live-streamed broadcast published on Twitter. Moreover, since Poloniex left the Circle umbrella, U.S. customers have been banned from using the platform and asked to withdraw coins by a certain date. Circle emailed its U.S. customers this week and detailed that it may charge dormant fees to people who don’t withdraw their crypto and digital assets may be sent to governments. After the news, Digibyte (DGB) founder Jared Tate took to Twitter and said he was not very happy about the situation. The tweetstorm also attacked the Tron (TRX) network and Tate called Poloniex a “TRX shill factory after making off with U.S. customers’ sensitive data.” After discussing his dislike for the crypto and the business move Tate wrote: I am royally pissed my personal data, my friend’s and family’s data and other U.S. Digibyte customers’ most sensitive data is now in the hands of this circus that is now Poloniex. Or the TRX shill factory as we should now call it. After a careful review, we decided #DigiByte is not qualified per our listing standard. We will delist $DGB soon. Details to be announced. — Poloniex Exchange (@Poloniex) December 5, 2019 Aggressive Strategy The tweets received a response from the Poloniex Twitter account after Tate accused the company of holding U.S. data. “We don’t own any U.S. customers’ data as all of them are preserved by Circle,” the Poloniex account replied to the Digibyte founder. “By the way, after careful review, we decided digibyte is not qualified for our listing standard [and] we will delist DGB soon — Details to be announced.” After the Poloniex account announced the exchange would delist DGB, the discussion became a hot topic on social media and crypto forums. The Block analyst Larry Cermak tweeted “What’s happening with Tron and Poloniex is an embarrassment — Please don’t delist me Poloniex.” Podcaster Udi Wertheimer explained how the controversy was great marketing. “Poloniex was a completely irrelevant exchange up until a few months ago. No one remembered it existed,” Wertheimer tweeted. “Now with a new eccentric owner, and an aggressive social media strategy, it’s everyone’s favorite topic. Watch and learn plebs.” Wertheimer is right that the community and the company’s decisions have made the Poloniex and Tron relationship a trending topic within crypto circles. The recent email from Circle and the announcement that the exchange will delist DGB also follows Poloniex’s acquisition of TRXmarket. The largest decentralized exchange (dex) by volume on the Tron network was purchased by Poloniex for an undisclosed sum. What do you think about Poloniex delisting DGB? What do you think about people criticizing the relationship between Poloniex and Tron? Let us know what you think about this subject in the comments section below. Image credits: Shutterstock, and Twitter. Did you know you can buy and sell BCH privately using our noncustodial, peer-to-peer Local Bitcoin Cash trading platform? The local.Bitcoin.com marketplace has thousands of participants from all around the world trading BCH right now. And if you need a bitcoin wallet to securely store your coins, you can download one from us here. The post Tron and Poloniex Relationship Scrutinized After Digibyte Delisting appeared first on Bitcoin News.
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Poloniex Delists DigiByte (DGB) After the Founder Criticizes TRON

Digibyte has been thrown out of the exchange Poloniex after critical words were said of TRON’s Justin Sun. What’s Next? The news must have come as a shock for many in the crypto sphere, and many believe that it came about because of Digibyte founder Jared Tate’s incessant criticism of TRON founder Justin Sun. TRON is the 12th biggest cryptocurrency in the world, and in a Twitter thread yesterday, Tate went on to criticize the project in no uncertain terms. In the aforementioned thread, Tate called Sun a ‘crook’ and eventually went on to ... ﾿ Read The Full Article On CryptoCurrencyNews.com Get latest cryptocurrency news on bitcoin, ethereum, initial coin offerings, ICOs, ethereum and all other cryptocurrencies. Learn How to trade on cryptocurrency exchanges. All content provided by Crypto Currency News is subject to our Terms Of Use and Disclaimer.
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Microsoft, Enjin (ENJ) Partner to Launch DLT-Based Recognition Project

Microsoft, a global tech giant has joined forces with the Enjin (ENJ) distributed ledger technology (DLT) project to launch a blockchain-based recognition program dubbed Azure Heroes. The project aims to reward tech experts from all backgrounds with unique Ethereum-based non-fungible tokens (NFTs) for their contributions to society, according to a blog post on December 4,Read MoreRead More. The post by Ogwu Osaemezu Emmanuel appeared first on BTCManager, Bitcoin, Blockchain & Cryptocurrency News\
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Dash (DASH) Upgrades Block Explorer to Offer Users More Features

Dash (DASH) one of the top privacy-protecting cryptos in existence has announced plans to update its current blockchain explorer which is built upon the Abe application programming interface (API). The new Dash explorer is based on the Insight API and it is scheduled to go live on January 7, 2020, according to a blog postRead MoreRead More. The post by Ogwu Osaemezu Emmanuel appeared first on BTCManager, Bitcoin, Blockchain & Cryptocurrency News\
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