From a Stellar trading app to new crypto credit cards, here are some of the stories breaking in the world of cryptocurrency.
Cardano says a partnership between Emurgo and Metaps Plus is on track to launch in Q3 of this year. The deal will allow more than 33,000 stores in South Korea to accept ADA as a form of payment.
Cryptocurrency exchange BJEX says it finished migrating its customers’ TRX ERC20 tokens to the new Tron blockchain and has reopened deposits and withdrawals. Meanwhile, Huobi Pro has also made progress in its migration and says deposits are up and running, but not withdrawals.
TRON mainnet upgrade has been completed. Deposit will be available from July 4, 6PM (GMT+8). TRON withdrawal service has been disabled, kindly stay tuned to our announcement for updates.
— Huobi (@HuobiGlobal) July 4, 2018
The former CEO of a top global investment banking company will lead the $1-billion venture capital division at EOS. Michael Alexander led Jefferies Asia for eight years, and will manage both direct investments and partnerships at EOS.
The co-founder of Stellar has announced the “first full-featured trading app for Stellar’s universal marketplace.” StellarX promises to offer zero trading fees and “list every asset class imaginable” including fiat, crypto and bonds.
You trade on-chain. We refund all network fees. Swap crypto, fiat, commodities, whatever. Get an invite here: https://t.co/CVSogvKJGE
— StellarX (@stellarxhq) July 5, 2018
Ripple is launching a new web series to “cover the latest news about Ripple’s customers, technology, products and culture.” Videos will be released twice a month. The first one features Catherine Coley, head of XRP Institutional Liquidity, and centers on the importance of liquidity.
Monaco says it’s received its first batch of working Monaco Visa cards from its hardware manufacturer. The company has released a couple of videos showing how the card can be used to let you easily spend cryptocurrency wherever Visa is accepted.