From a potential powerhouse partnership for Ripple to the future of Ethereum, here’s a look at some of the stories breaking in the world of crypto.
Crypto trader Brian Stutland of CME says he believes Bitcoin will rise back to $7,250 in the short-term.
Stutland blames the recent dip on debunked rumors about Goldman Sachs dropping its plans to create a Bitcoin trading desk.
The Opera web browser’s built-in Ethereum wallet now lets users send cryptokitties and other crypto collectibles to friends.
The company says it’s a big fan of blockchain collectibles and believes it’s “only the beginning of this trend and that, as technology and usability improves, more online games and other services will adopt such tokens. We also see the possibility for these unique tokens to unlock access to content or verify eligibility for certain digital services.”
Ripple and XRP
Product marketing consultant at SAP Sarah Austin says the company is “testing XRP integrations.”
However, there is no official announcement yet from the German-based company, which creates banking software for the financial services industry.
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We will definitely be discussing tokenization of assets as something that can benefit enterprise, however, crypto as a feature is not something of high priority for the enterprise right now. SAP is testing XRP integrations. #BlockchainChat
— Sarah Austin (@sarahaustin) September 6, 2018
Cardano creator Charles Hoskinson just released a video update on the platform’s progress.
He talks about the latest version of the Cardano Daedalus wallet and looks back at Cardano’s first year on the market and its rise to becoming a top 10 cryptocurrency.
Tron is now supported by Ledger Blue, the premium hardware wallet from the maker of the Nano S.
You can check out how to make the wallet work with Tron here.
— TRON Foundation (@Tronfoundation) September 7, 2018
Stellar co-founder Jed McCaleb says he doesn’t necessarily see Ripple or Ethereum as a main competitor.
In a new interview with Cheddar, McCaleb also explains why the platform’s partnership with IBM is a perfect fit for both companies.
.@StellarOrg co-founder @JedMcCaleb speaks on the partnership with IBM, the private vs. public blockchain debate, and why he doesn't see @Ripple or @ethereum as direct competition. #CheddarLIVE pic.twitter.com/7A8FSgfm6u
— Cheddar? (@cheddar) September 7, 2018