5 Bitcoin, Blockchain, DeFi and NFT News – September 23


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5 Bitcoin, Blockchain, DeFi and NFT News - September 23
5 News from Bitcoin, Blockchain, DeFi and NFT

Cripto247 provides a summary of the global cryptocurrency ecosystem in 5 news.

  • Bitso has announced the launch of QR payment cryptocurrencies in Argentina. This new service will allow more than 1,000,000 users to pay from the Bitso app at any store that accepts QR payments. Payments can be made in Argentinian pesos and cryptocurrencies (BTC, USD stablecoins, ETH and DAI).
  • Twitch has announced a ban on sharing referral and promotional codes from gaming sites that support cryptocurrency betting. The US-based company said the ban, which will take effect on October 18, will apply to gaming sites that offer slot machines, roulette or dice games that are not licensed in the United States or “in other jurisdictions that provide adequate consumer protection.”
  • Opera Crypto Browser, a Web3-centric browser with native support for decentralized applications, has announced plans to expand its network suite by integrating the Elrond Blockchain (EGLD). After the planned release in 2022 end users will be able to send and receive EGLD using Opera’s integrated wallet and will have access to Elrond-based data.
  • Clout.art, a platform that allows you to create and promote social media posts for free, is moving to the Hedera network to facilitate the creation, expansion and deployment of next-generation solutions that help creators better monetize their audiences. Therefore, Clout.art will migrate its services and tools from Polygon (MATIC) to the Hedera network, as well as offer a dedicated fund to support artists and creators on their NFT journey.
  • Binance.US has announced that it has become the largest network staking provider in the United States, adding SKALE and Threshold cryptocurrencies to its platform, increasing the total number of investable assets. stake Up to 15. Earlier this month and ahead of the merger, Binance.US announced that Ethereum (ETH) was available on its platform, offering an initial 6% annual rate of return (APY), it added.
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