The Stellar Development Foundation, the foundation behind XLM, burned 55 billion XLM (over 50% of the total supply).
Stellar is a distributed, hybrid blockchain that is fully open-source. It facilitates cross-asset transfers of value, including payments. Its native digital asset is the Lumen (XLM).
Coinbase is now paying $10 worth of XLM to take a short course and then offering 4 referral links worth $10 each.
XLM is now on Coinbase and Coinbase Pro. That means buying and selling XLM is as easy as opening up the Coinbase app and hitting the buy or sell button.
Coinbase is considering listing many different assets including ADA, XLM, EOS, and NEO.
Blockchain.com is Giving Away $25 Worth of XLM to Blockchain Wallet users ($125,000,000 of XLM total). Here is how you claim your XLM.
A while back Coinbase said it was exploring adding ZRX, ADA, BAT, XLM, and ZEC. Since ZRX was added, there is good reason to pay attention to ADA, BAT, XLM, and ZEC.
CryptoVest.com did a study that showed international transfers of Bitcoin were 1,000s of times cheaper than international wire transfers of USD.
Let’s look at some of the top cryptocurrencies that aren’t Bitcoin. Longstanding popular alternatives to Bitcoin including ETH, ETC, XRP, XLM, LTC, XMR, ZEC, NEO, and DASH. New top coins include BCH, EOS, ADA, IOTA, TRON, and ZRX.
Bitcoin’s weekly chart, Ether’s daily, Litecoin’s daily, and many more are all setup for a range of golden crosses. Simply put, many short term averages are about to cross over long term averages on the higher time frames… which is a bullish setup.
The Stellar network is a distributed blockchain based ledger and database that facilitates cross-asset transfers of value, including payments. The native digital asset of Stellar is called Lumens (XLM).