Tag: Crypto Assets

Where Has All The Money Gone? Looking Into Crypto Projects Who Pay Token Holders

As the number of cryptocurrency projects continues to grow, it’s becoming harder for teams to rise above the rest and incentivize investors and users to flock to their platform.  There are several strategies teams have adopted to cultivate activity. One is airdrops, where projects simply give away tokens for free. While some might ask users to perform a specific action, like joining a Telegram community, others don’t require users to …
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India Shows a Renewed Appetite for Trading Crypto Assets

India has proven to be a rather complex country when it comes to cryptocurrencies. Overall trading volume across exchanges is surging during the coronavirus, potentially hinting at things yet to come. Similar to other countries, India is under some form of lockdown due to the coronavirus. Crypto Demand Picks up in India As such, it drives people to alternative investment options to make some money now or in the near …
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OKEx Users can now Convert Small Asset Balances to OKB

Most cryptocurrency enthusiasts have multiple assets stored across exchanges and trading platforms. OKEx now provides an option to convert smaller balances to OKB balances, giving users even more flexibility. Converting Smaller Balances to a Useful Asset Enthusiasts who frequent cryptocurrency exchanges will have built up a growing portfolio over the years. Several parts of that portfolio consist of smaller balances associated with assets that have been traded on said exchange …
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Germany Still Shows a Keen Interest in Crypto Assets

There are still many questions as to how different countries and governments perceive Bitcoin and other crypto assets. In Germany, it would appear that the interest in blockchain and crypto assets continues to rise. Following the recent market turmoil, interest in Bitcoin has seemingly dropped off significantly all over the world. Bitcoin is Thriving in Germany In Germany, the situation isn’t nearly as bleak as one may think. Boerse Stuttgart …
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