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Stellar, the world’s 14th-largest cryptocurrency, was selected by the European country for the latter’s upcoming state-backed digital currency.
One of Germany’s oldest banks said it was choosing the Stellar network to issue a Euro-backed stablecoin, in one of the first such instances.
The price of XLM, the native cryptocurrency of the Stellar blockchain, has been showing strong momentum. There are three reasons why XLM saw a 166% rally in the past week.
In its first step towards the futuristic Akon City, Akoin, the cryptocurrency business that is chaired by global artist Akon, can now be used to pay for goods and services in a west Kenyan city.
Despite strong rallies in countless altcoins, the fourth-largest cryptocurrency XRP has yet to share in the gains.
After trading somewhat in tandem with Bitcoin and Ethereum over recent weeks, which are flat on a macro scale, Stellar Lumens (XLM) saw a strong breakout on July 16 that brought the asset up by over 10 percent, CryptoSlate data shows.
Stellar (XLM) has been caught within the throes of an incredibly intense uptrend throughout the past few days, adding over $600 million to its market capitalization.
Akoin, the Stellar (XLM) based blockchain network and cryptocurrency developed by artist Akon, has partnered with healthcare solution provider Jeev to help improve access to healthcare to millions of people in Rwanda and the rest of Africa.
Investors and traders holding Stellar (XLM) may have a reason to rejoice.
Stellar Lumens has managed to decouple from the rest of the cryptocurrency market over the past few hours.
Akoin, the cryptocurrency project created by global music star Akon, has secured a deal to become the main currency of the $2 billion technology city in Western Kenya.
The Grammy-award winning artist and producer Akon is making significant strides to push forward the utility of his cryptocurrency project by securing a strategic partnership that aims to bring financial inclusion to the masses, starting with Africa.
Grammy-award winning artist and producer Akon is launching a crypto aimed at helping entrepreneurs and businesses within developing companies thrive, and has chosen to launch the utility token on the Stellar blockchain network.
Stellar Lumens recently moved above a downward trendline that was holding its price from a further advance for the past two years.
Out of 5.48 billion XLM that has been paid out as part of Stellar’s inflation distribution process, 98 percent has gone to the Stelar Development Foundation.
For the third or fourth day in a row, bulls have taken control of the cryptocurrency market.
The Stellar Development Foundation is shutting down its $120 million airdrop program amid fraudulent account sign-ups.
Over the last week, $50 billion were wiped off the total crypto market capitalization.
Weiss Crypto Ratings, a crypto and financial ratings company, said that the XRP community transitioning over to XLM would make sense.
Stellar Lumens’ total supply got cut in half, triggering a nearly 30 percent price increase.
The total supply of the tenth-largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization, Stellar Lumens (XLM) was literally just cut in half in an unprecedented move in the history of blockchain.
Stellar has successfully completed its scheduled Protocol 12 upgrade, effectively disabling inflation for the network’s cross-border payments-focused crypto, Stellar Lumens (XLM).
XRP and Stellar stand out as potential securities under United States regulations according to the newly created industry association, the Crypto Rating Council.
The Stellar Development Foundation has made significant steps in facilitating the adoption of XLM.
While Bitcoin decouples from the rest of the market, altcoins are lurking without any major price action.
While altcoins continue dropping Bitcoin has increased its dominance over the market, reaching 68 percent for the first time since early 2017.
Binance, the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange by trading volume, recently revealed that the platform had earned 9.5 million Stellar Lumens (XLM) from staking the cryptocurrency.
Daily active accounts for Stellar Lumens are grossly underrepresented by available charting tools, according to an analysis by OrbitLens.
Crypto exchange Wirex listed Stellar Lumens (XLM), making it the ninth cryptocurrency to be integrated on the trading platform.
Coinbase Earn, the exchange’s initiative that enables users to “earn crypto while learning about crypto,” has introduced support for Stellar.
Stellar Lumens was recently leveraged in IBM’s blockchain solution, World Wire, which uses the technology to help eliminate intermediaries involved in cross-border money transfers.
Crypto wallet company ‘Blockchain‘ announced November 6 that it would distribute $125M in Stellar XLM cryptocurrency to its users “to build on the crypto revolution.” The biggest #crypto airdrop—we are distributing $125M of Stellar XLM to our users to build on the crypto revolution.
Despite the declining number of ICOs, Ethereum is still dominant in the sector as it is used by more than 85 percent of all ICOs, leaving Stellar and NEO far behind.
A new link in the blockchain gang has emerged as two companies just joined forces, and it’s out of this world.
IBM has officially dipped its toes in the cross-border payments pool, having brought its long-awaited Blockchain World Wire payments system out of beta testing.
Known for its fast transaction speeds and low friction payments, the Stellar network offers users tools for value exchange across borders.
A StellarX co-founder has released a new research project that describes why ICOs shouldn’t be held on the Ethereum network.
United Kingdom-based cross-border payments processor TransferTo signed a partnership with the Stellar foundation, the entity behind Stellar Lumens (XLM), on July 25, 2018, to enable faster mobile payments in emerging markets.
The seventh-largest cryptocurrency by market cap, Stellar, gained global traction as a unique, decentralized value exchange protocol.
In a move aimed at ending the notorious volatility associated with cryptocurrencies, technology giant IBM announced it will back a stablecoin project on July 17, 2018.
Coinbase’s recent admission that the highly popular cryptocurrency brokerage platform is considering the addition of five more crypto assets has seen the values of each potential token surge dramatically.
Set to launch summer 2018, StellarX brings traders a universal marketplace for peer-to-peer multi-asset exchange.
Stellar Lumens is currently discussing the possibility of acquiring Chain — a San Francisco-based startup building cryptographic ledgers for the finance industry.
A new partnership between IBM and carbon credits startup Veridium Labs Ltd will see carbon credits issued on the Stellar blockchain, streamlining the trade of carbon offset credits in an open market.
The cryptocurrency market is experiencing several drops through established currencies and altcoins alike.