Freewallet, the third most popular online wallet for Android devices, has just announced a new EOS wallet. The new wallet will support multiple currencies apart from EOS, but its most important feature is that it will not charge any fees for transferring EOS coins or exchanging them for other tokens.
The new wallet will be available for Android and iOS users alike, and it can be used for storing, receiving, or sending EOS coins. Also, all transactions are completely fee-free, which is a large improvement when compared to many other wallets.
Additionally, the wallet will reportedly support almost any cryptocurrency. That way, all coins can be exchanged for one another in a single place, without having to go to specific exchanges. Furthermore, Freewallet also allows users the ability to swap ERC-20 EOS for the new EOS coin, which is native to EOS blockchain.
Exchange EOS ERC-20 tokens via the new EOS wallet
While EOS has launched its MainNet months ago, on June 1st, there are still EOS holders that have yet to exchange old EOS tokens for the new ones. This is why Freewallet’s founder and CEO, Alvyn Hagg, announced that EOS ERC-20 tokens that were held on Freewallet got swapped for the real EOS coin automatically. The ability to swap the coins on the new wallet as well is included for those users who held their old EOS tokens elsewhere.
Freewallet is known for being very user-friendly, and so far, it supported numerous coins, including Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum, Dogecoin, and even Monero, in addition to numerous others. It was first released in January 2016, and since then, it expanded to include Multiwallet, 9 single-currency wallets for iOS, as well as 22 single-currency wallets for Android.
With the addition of a new EOS wallet, Freewallet continues to attract attention and interest from a lot of users. The new wallet will serve as a one-stop shop for numerous cryptocurrency traders, as well as for all EOS. It will certainly make trading easier, and the team’s current goal is to reach, and possibly even beat, MyEtherWallet, a cryptocurrency wallet centered around Ethereum (ETH).
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TokenPay (TPAY), Litecoin, and Verge (XVG) alliance about to transpire
Ever since the cryptocurrency sphere was met with the news of the partnership between Litecoin Foundation, TokenPay, and Verge (XVG), the idea of them coming together has been among the most controversial news to ever surface in the cryptocurrency world.
The collaboration managed to even draw the attention of one of the most renowned crypto-influencer and bitcoin campaigner, Tone Vays. In his usual style, Tone took to Twitter handle on hearing the news, tweeting and expressing his disapproval while criticizing the creators of the three cryptocurrencies for allowing such a move to occur.
In retaliation to the attacks from Tone, Charlie Lee, the MD, and founder of Litecoin (LTC) posted his clarification on Reddit on the 17th July in regards to the partnership. Litecoin’s CEO started by explaining the dissimilarities between Litecoin as a currency and Litecoin as a company.
In his remarks, he said that Litecoin as a blockchain and crypto network is a decentralized network, whereas Litecoin Foundation as a company is a centralized non-profit institution whose goal is to ensure Litecoin (LTC) is developed, adopted, and used. Charlie also mentioned that Litecoin’s cryptocurrency and blockchain technologies did not require his direct services at the moment hence his concentration on Litecoin Foundation.
Charlie Lee made his remarks known saying:
“If Litecoin Foundation (LF) is exposed to not doing a good job, nothing should prevent another organisation to step in and do a better job. This is…
Here’s Why This Coin Still Has Wings (WINGS)
WINGS, a decentralized crowdfunding platform based on the Ethereum blockchain, has had a great run over the past two months. Culminating in a peak of US $.23 just a few days ago, the currency behind the product has more than doubled since it’s lows of early September.
Despite the slight downturn WINGS is currently experiencing, this crypto-favorite may not be done running up the green candles on your favorite exchange just yet. A small drop like we had today was actually expected and could be considered healthy by long-term investors. These dips are also appreciated by those of us waiting to get in on a project we feel has real potential. WINGS has shown us that potential and is now presenting a great buying opportunity for speculators and traders looking for the next wave of support to lift this coin into the stratosphere.
What is WINGS?
WINGS was created to nurture project proposals via the Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO) model. Using blockchain networks and smart contracts, the platform allows the WINGS community to promote proposals with the greatest chance of positive returns. WINGS, in essence, is a decentralized forecasting ecosystem, where token holders are given an incentive to make choices concerning projects on the platform.
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4 Things That Will Make An Altcoin Successful
Since the crypto craze began, there have been hundreds of altcoins that have emerged and attempted to take over the world of crypto with their advanced and innovative ideas. While these days there are well over 2,000 individual coins, there have been many more to emerge and disappear, all within the last 10 years.
Clearly, having an idea and launching the coin itself is not enough. While it is by no means easy to do so, there are additional measures and rules that you, as an altcoin creator, need to consider if you want your coin to remain relevant. Clearly, not every idea can succeed, and after 10 years, it is quite difficult to present something new. However, cryptos are still a new technology, which is why there are still many unexplored possibilities that may allow you to reach success.
Secrets to altcoin success
1. Capturing the attention
As mentioned earlier, there is not a lot of things that are simple when it comes to creating altcoins. However, while your plan and idea make sense to you, no matter how complex they end up being, this will not be the case with potential investors. Many of them might give up on getting involved if they do not understand what the coin is all about, or if the road ahead seems too complicated and unclear.
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