Crypto News Flash: Bitcoin (BTC), Stellar (XLM), Litecoin (LTC), Tron (TRX), NEO, ICON (ICX)
From chocolate Bitcoin to eight new games on the NEO network, here’s a look at some of the stories breaking in the world of crypto.
In a sweet sign of increasing crypto awareness, chocolate Bitcoins have been spotted at Walmart. A Reddit user posted a pic of the coins, which are sold by the bag for $1.00 each.
ICON has released a new status update, announcing it will launch a portal for developers who are coding on the ambitious blockchain.
ICON is focused on creating a groundbreaking platform that will give separate blockchains the ability to communicate with one another via smart contracts.
The NEO.Game competition, which brought developers together in a friendly battle to create games on the NEO network, has announced its winners.
Best Game Award:CardMaker
Game Creativity Award:Cell Evolution
Business Value Award：Best Eleven
Visual Effects Award：Armed Girls·Matrix
Design Effects Award：Sky of Mine
Technical Effects Award：Carry Battle pic.twitter.com/NjGVKPJOjX
— NEO.Game (@NEO_neogame) August 31, 2018
Although the DApps have now been officially revealed, they are not yet available to play.
Stellar is now available on the Lykke cryptocurrency exchange. The Swiss-based company says users can buy and sell XLM directly from the Lykke mobile wallet.
#Stellar Lumen #XLM is now available on the #Lykke Exchange! Trade XLM directly from the #LykkeWallet mobile application and from the #LykkeWebTerminal!https://t.co/r8EArJpnzz pic.twitter.com/8qyqVCpGWe
— Lykke (@lykke) September 3, 2018
Students will be able to attend the upcoming Litecoin Summit 2018 free of charge. The summit is happening at the South San Francisco Conference Center on September 14th and 15th.
— Litecoin Foundation (@LTCFoundation) August 29, 2018
Tron founder Justin Sun is boasting about the growth in accounts on the Tron blockchain. A comparison of the numbers from trxplorer.io and eosflare.io shows the number of Tron mainnet accounts just passed EOS, at more than 301,000.
#TRON MainNet accounts have surpassed #EOS. 12:00pm, September 4, 2018, according to https://t.co/YKDdSgzLyV and https://t.co/lq47uq7vQo, #TRON MainNet: 301604 V.S. #EOS: 299743. The #TRON Network continues to thrive and gains more recognition 71 days post #TRON MainNet launch. pic.twitter.com/7fZ7sGUXDc
— Justin Sun (@justinsuntron) September 4, 2018