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WhatsApp Users Can Now Exchange Ethereum and ERC20 Tokens

WhatsApp, the social messaging application is quite popular among cryptocurrency enthusiasts. It now seems that service providers are building dedicated products for these users. According to the recent news, GABY.AI with the help of FUTUREBLOCK and BANCOR released a new trading bot for WhatsApp. Converting Digital Assets Through WhatsApp A remarkable decision, albeit one that […]

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BitPay Supports USDC, GUSD, & PAX; USDT Still Remain Excluded

The all-time controversial cryptocurrency payment processor BitPay supports three major stablecoins now in addition to its existing list of supported tokens. According to the press release, BitPay confirms that businesses could accept payment in USDC, GUSD, and PAX. All of them are pegged to the U.S. dollar. USDC stands for USD Coin GUSD stands for […]

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P2P Crypto Exchange HodlHodl Now Supports Lightning Network Service

The peer-to-peer crypto exchange HodlHodl recently announced the launch of Lightning Network Service on its mainnet. The announcement comes from a blog post. The exchange’s users will be able to purchase bitcoins (BTC) and receive direct transfers to their LN-enabled wallet. The developers at HodlHodl confirmed successful public testing of Lightning Network-based trading at testnet.hodlhodl.com. […]

Samsung announces BTC and ETH as Crypto Partners for Galaxy S10

Samsung Announces BTC and Ethereum Support and other Crypto Partners for Galaxy S10

Samsung has announced crypto partners for its newly launched Galaxy S10 series. The smartphones will feature various crypto and blockchain related features, such as wallet functions for Ethereum (ETH), Bitcoin (BTC), COSMEE token (COSM), and Enjin’s token (ENJ). COSMEE is a blockchain-powered mobile beauty decentralized app with which users can earn and spend COSM tokens. And, Enjin is another cryptocurrency wallet that can be used to send and receive ERC-20 tokens and ERC-1155 crypto game assets.

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Cryptocurrency Scammers Hack Target’s Twitter Account To Promote Bitcoin Scam

In a recent report, the American retail company, Target, announced that the company’s official Twitter site was recently hacked by cryptocurrency scammers to promote Bitcoins. Although the company has not yet published complete report of the damage, the tweet which contained malicious links has been fortunately deleted.