From Binance Coin to the travel industry for the latest Tron adventure "Project Atlas", let's explore the most recent salient news in the crypto sector.
Coin Binance (BNB / USD)
Binance, the largest cryptocurrency has entered the travel industry by investing $ 2.5 million in TravelByBit. TravelByBit is a travel company based in Queensland that offers payment systems through Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin.
With this initiative, both companies have made efforts to make the encrypted travel industry and show the capabilities of cryptocurrency in the world.
Reportedly, both companies will introduce the Point-of-Sale payment system using blockchain technology at major airports. Crypto and travel enthusiasts can now use Binance Coin (BNB) as a payment on TravelByBit.
Bitcoin cash (BCH / USD)
Centbee, Bitcoin's Cash Portfolio recently launched its beta version. The beta version of Centbee was developed by Nchain. Although the portfolio does not offer revolutionary services, an open user interface theme has been created. PoS software development kits known as SDKs. Users will also be able to integrate their telephone contacts into the wallet, making it easier to connect with other BCH users on their applications.
The best part is that Cent bee also offers trial tokens to cryptocurrency enthusiasts to try out the platform without the risk of losing their personal cryptocurrency deposits.
Dogecoin (DOGE / USD)
Dogecoin (DOGE) passed VeChain (VET), thanks to a strong bullish trend experienced in September.
Dogecoin was among the best performing cryptocurrencies in September 2018, with an approximate return of 30 percent of investors. Currently, Dogecoin is in 20th place and holds a market capitalization of US $ 681 million. In contrast, the price of the VeChain price is in decline: at the beginning of September, its market capitalization amounted to US $ 1.008 billion, which fell to USD 729 million. So, VeChain is now in 19th place.
As of now, Dogecoin is trading at US $ 0.005844, while VeChain is trading at US $ 0.013190.
Ethereum (ETH / USD)
The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) and Hyperledger have entered into a formal agreement to promote and support the adoption of corporate blockchain technology.
Founded in March 2017, EEA is a corporate blockchain startup that aims to enhance the privacy, efficiency and security of Ethereum's blockchain applications (ETH).
On this affiliation, Brian Behlendorf, executive director of Hyperledger and Ron Resnick, executive director of the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance, has a cross-community collaboration encouraging the developers of Ethereum to serve their business projects to the project managers of Hyperledger and Hyperledger to accept interfaces of appropriate for standardization to appropriate EEA working groups.
Tron (TRX / USD)
TRON launched its latest "Project Atlas" adventure to align and synchronize file sharing in the blockchain. The new project will unify the blockchain technology with the BitTorrent peer-to-peer infrastructure. It was July 2018 when TRON took over BitTorrent with an active user base of 100 million.
With this new product development, Tron plans to use tokens to reward users who sow files longer and use faster nodes, as well as those that share more bandwidth and storage space. It will use the BitTorrent reward systems to encourage customers to share files by providing a user-friendly file sharing platform.
Dash (DASH / USD)
CoinCola and Dash have partnered to strengthen the flow and accessibility of the digital currency in Venezuela. Thanks to the enormous popularity of the launch as a cryptographic currency in Venezuela, CoinCola has chosen to increase the adoption of cryptography in the nation hit by the crisis by facilitating a safe and transparent exchange of encryption at low cost.
Founded in March 2017, CoinCola is a Hong Kong-based crypto trading startup offering counter-crypto trading and coin-exchange transactions for the following currencies: ETH, BTC, LTC, BCH, DASH and USDT.