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Stellar (XLM) Faces No Real Competition While Ethereum (ETH), EOS (EOS) And Cardano (ADA) Fight For The Throne

Stellar (XLM) is a unique cryptocurrency as it has no ‘real competition’. Some might consider Ripple (XRP) to be its rival, but that is simply not true. Ripple is a cross border payments platform that empowers financial institutions whereas Stellar (XLM) is a peer to peer payments platform, cutting the middle man and allowing users to exchange value without third party involvement. In addition to that, Stellar (XLM) is also a smart contracts platform for ICOs. Recently conducted Mobius ICO on Stellar (XLM) was the first of its kind and turned out to be a big success. While Ethereum (ETH),...

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EOS A Possibility For Coinbase

There's an enormous amount of chat around EOS potentially being the latest cryptocurrency to be added to Coinbase, the world's largest cryptocurrency exchange. There are three main schools of thought as to why: 1. Move over Ripple, bring on EOS EOS is ranked as one of the largest cryptocurrencies out there, falling behind only Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Litecoin (all of which are supported on Coinbase) and Ripple. With Ripple being rejected from the exchange on three separate occasions, even with an offer to pay Coinbase up to $100m just to be included, it doesn't seem likely Ripple will be...

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A Repeat of April’s Luck Could See EOS Reach $58.00

In our on-going analysis of ‘how might another bull run affect the markets’ we are going to take a look at EOS. During April, EOS was the real winner, the mid-April market surge saw EOS reach brand new heights, overall, EOS totally stole the show. With this in mind, and EOS’s currently high value, a second market surge could have a really big impact on EOS, and thus could see it reach brand new heights. Realistically, many people have set a target of $30.00 for EOS, but, if the last surge is anything to go by, accelerated by todays values,...

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What On Earth Is EOS Classic?

If you’ve not already heard of it, I’m pretty sure you’re going to over the next few days. Someone has created a ‘classic’ version of EOS. Whilst it seems to be quite a complex idea, the premise of EOS Classic is that it is a mineable version of EOS. As we know, EOS was technically a super-long running coin offering until very recently, now, as EOS enters its EOSIO phase, we turn our attention to the new kid in the block, EOS Classic. Public POW Mainnet of EOS Classic will be launched at June 9, 2018 ( 3:00 AM for...

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Does This Prove That EOS Isn’t So ‘Decentralised’ After All?

EOS, by name and by nature is supposed to be a decentralised platform for decentralised applications. In fact, the tagline of EOS is; “The most powerful infrastructure for decentralised applications.” Therefore, you’d expect that the currency of EOS would be suitably spread out, thus to avoid any complications that could arise if say, only 10 wallet addresses held around 50% of all EOS tokens? Well, according to new research, that is exactly the case. A new post on Reddit by u/Lannisan claims that, through some investigative research, the Redditor has located some stark statistics within EOS ownership, now that all...

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