15/03/19 12:24 UTC-4

Stellar overtakes Tether after the Coinbase Pro listing and rebrands

While the markets saw growth this week, the most notable movement was the Stellar cryptocurrency (XLM), which bypassed Tether (USDT).

Stellar rose in price after it was listed on Coinbase Pro this week, – as reported by Cryptobit.Media.

Over the past week, Stellar has grown by 20%, which led to an increase in market capitalization from 1.66 billion to more than 2 billion US dollars.

Interesting in the section: Coinbase Cryptobusiness Exchange: an overview of the exchange platform


Project rebranding

Stellar also announced this week that Mozilla Chief Operating Officer, Denelle Dixon, will join the Stellar team as a new CEO. The team also announced a new project logo.

Interesting in the section: Universal opportunities of Stellar Lumens

Stellar goes to a new level after joining Coinbase Pro. Stellar is now confidently leading the crypto market, catching up with Binance Coin (BNB), which also grew significantly over 2019.

Editor: Alyona Nabok

See also: "The SEC chairman confirms that cryptocurrencies like Ethereum are not securities"

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21/03/19 10:11 UTC-4

North Korean revolutionaries sell visas for Ethereum

​The revolutionaries in North Korea who hope to overthrow Kim Jong-un and the entire government began to sell visas to the desired country in exchange for Ethereum. If they succeed, users who acquire these visas will be free to visit the country without any other powers.

13/03/19 10:47 UTC-4

The SEC chairman confirms that cryptocurrencies like Ethereum are not securities

On March 12, Coincenter, a human rights group on cryptocurrency and blockchain, published a correspondence between Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Jay Clayton, and Representative Ted Budd. The letter explains that the analysis of employees confirms that Ethereum and similar cryptocurrencies are not subject to securities laws.

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