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ETERBASE to Pre-List 30 Cryptocurrencies Projects




Europe’s premier digital asset exchange, ETERBASE, has announced it will pre-list 30 cryptocurrency projects for release on its new cryptocurrency exchange. ETERBASE, which is headquartered in Liechtenstein, is providing digital exchange services and will allow for digital asset trading across 31 European countries.

Projects which are selected to be pre-listed on the ETERBASE exchange will take part in the token swap, by which they will provide 200 ETH and 100 ETH worth of their own token in exchange for 300 ETH worth of XBASE tokens.

Using a token model that is similar to Binance and Huobi, the ETERBASE XBASE token offers extra utility by way of its tiered reward system, with discounted trading fees for frequent traders and a suite of benefits for Premium tiered members.

This offer is strictly limited to 30 qualified projects. These projects will automatically become Premium ETERBASE members and Early Adopters of the XBASE membership program.

Companies and projects which are interested in being pre-listed should fill out the application form today. Any requests for further assistance should be directed at

As Europe’s premier digital asset exchange, ETERBASE provides the first regulation-compliant European cryptocurrency exchange, offering fast, secure trading on a clean, powerful, user interface. The company’s compliance will be at the same level as major corporate financial institutions, which include:

  • Applying for an Electronic Money Institution (EMI) license
  • Know Your Customer (KYC) with a unique International Bank Account Number (IBAN)
  • General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) policies set by the European Union
  • Full integration with the Single Euro Payment Area (SEPA) system, able to be used across 31 European countries

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The low volatility of Litecoin and Bitcoin on the spotlight



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Just like many other cryptocurrencies, Bitcoin, as well as Litecoin, currently sit in vitality as much as the market is concerned. Will Bitcoin and Litecoin recover as much as many have been speculating? Apparently, it is hard to tell how the investors will react to all these recent events.

When looking at the current trend of the volatility of Litecoin and bitcoin prices in US dollars, it is quite clear to note that there is a decrease in volatility. The price of bitcoin stands at $6,574 with a slight change (24h) of +0.06%. On the other hand, Litecoin is trading at $53.94 with a difference (24h) of -1.45% at the press time. Basically, at the moment there isn’t a significant downward movement between the two cryptocurrencies.

Spectators Never Fail to Give Reasons

As always many spectators will seek to give some reasons for the trends and some think that the downward move is just a manipulation by some small group so that they can outscore the stock market. Perhaps, it is a bear market, and with the volatility of the coins being technically low, it means it is cheaper, which is definitely better.

The Real Meaning

What the trends literally mean is that there is an accountable resistance with both Bitcoin and Litecoin contrary to the expectations of many who were anticipating at least some positive movement after the sharp market rise last week.

However, that doesn’t mean that…

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Ripple blockchain integration into DZ Bank Germany probably underway




The online world of business is undeniably changing. But, have we seen its full extent yet? Perhaps the answer lies with the blockchain technology. Some studies point out that with blockchain (like Ripple, and of course, other similar ones like Stellar or the ones that might come to the party) integration by the banks, they will be able to realize significant savings.

The banks will enjoy cost reductions not only in their payment processing as well as reconciliation alongside compliance and treasury operations.

DZ Bank AG Considering Ripple Interledger Protocol

DZ Bank is one of the most talked after bank in Germany. It is the second largest bank in the country by asset size as well as the central institution. The bank functions as both a central institution as well as corporate and investment bank.

Concerning potential Ripple Interledger protocol integration, the bank has listed a couple of slides in their recent report “blockchain(s) and potential impacts on reconciliation.” It is not rocket science to what that may mean just because the protocol is all about cross-border transactions.

If at…

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Taking the Booming Cosplay Industry to the Next Level with Tokenization




In the past couple of decades, some aspects of Japanese culture have begun to spread like wildfire through the rest of the world. Foremost among them is the fascinating and thought-provoking world of Japanese comics and animation.

At the same time, it’s become increasingly popular for fans to interact with each other and express their enthusiasm for manga and anime through cosplay, where people dress up as their favorite fictional characters or even create their own.

In fact, cosplay has grown to be a jaw-dropping $45 billion industry, with no signs of slowing down anytime soon. However, the industry and its participants aren’t without problems.

At the top of the list of issues holding the cosplay industry back are those associated with copyright and revenue sharing. As with most any global industry, there is inefficiency due to language barriers, different currencies, and varying regulatory guidelines for intellectual property.

So, how can blockchain technology help? There are a handful of answers to that question, actually. A few are:

  • An immutable blockchain can be used to store records such that there is no longer any doubt about a piece of content’s original creator.
  • A blockchain can securely store and track user’s digital IDs in order to discourage harassment and other nastiness that prevails on online media forums.
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