Trust Wallet Integrates Stellar, Tor Project Accepts BTC, LTC, ETH, XLM, Dash and Binance Announces New Crypto Trading Pairs
Trust Wallet has just announced full integration of Stellar Lumens (XLM), allowing users to send, receive and store XLM. Support has also been added for Aion (AION), Kin (KIN), Nimiq (NIM) and Thunder Token.
Owned by Binance, the multi-coin crypto wallet app supports thousands of digital assets, including ERC20 tokens. It has been rapidly expanding its list of supported coins after integrating Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash and Litecoin in January.
Partial List of Supported Coins
- Ethereum Classic
- POA Network
- Bitcoin Cash
- Thunder Token
Trust Wallet has a built-in browser for DApps that allows users to trade cryptos and collectibles from their iOS and Android devices.
Crypto Trading and Adoption
Binance, the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange by trading volume, has announced Binance Coin and Tether trading pairs for Dash. The exchange will open trading for DASH/BNB and DASH/USDT on Thursday, March 27.
Dash, an open-source cryptocurrency forked from the Bitcoin protocol, is designed to be spent at everyday shops and locations. Dash reports having over 4,900 merchants worldwide, with a foothold in Venezuela where over 2,000 merchants are listed on the Discover Dash directory, from SkyDive Caribbean to medical practitioners, coffee shops, restaurants and retailers.
The Tor Project, an anonymity network that enables communication by concealing a user’s location and web activity to protect personal privacy and thwart censorship, is now accepting a number of cryptocurrencies in addition to Bitcoin. Tor now accepts donations in Litecoin, Ethereum, Dash, Augur, Zcash, Monero and Stellar Lumens.
We changed how we accept cryptocurrency, and you can now donate a slew of different kinds of coins directly to us. Thank you for the feedback.
— The Tor Project (@torproject) March 22, 2019
The non-profit organization says it will use the donations to pay 47 staff members who work to support the network on behalf of journalists, human rights defenders, domestic violence survivors, policymakers, diplomats, academic and research institutions.