In the Sunday edition of The Daily, we are covering the upcoming launch of a new Visa debit card that will allow users in the United States to spend cryptocurrencies by converting to fiat. We also mention the updated Coinbase portfolio and take a look at a training course that will reward students with digital coins.
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Crypto.com launches prepaid Visa cards in the United States
The Metropolitan Commercial Bank with headquarters in New York and Foris Inc., a subsidiary in Jacksonville, Florida, based in Crypto.com, a provider of digital goods portfolio services, are preparing to issue Visa crypto debit cards in the United States. US. The announcement comes after Crypto.com, a Hong Kong-based company formerly known as Monaco, recently launched its Visa MCO card program in Singapore.
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Prepaid cards, which do not have annual, monthly and ATM debit fees, can be ordered from the wallet and app from the cryptocurrency payment platform. The application allows users to buy, sell, store, send and track cryptocurrencies. Customers can also use it to spend their digital coins in stores that accept Visa through conversion into fiat currency without having to pay exchange fees.
Reservations for Visa Mco cards can be made after users have successfully completed a registration process that includes ID verification. According to a press release, over 100,000 cards have already been booked globally. With the app wallet, cardholders will be able to manage the use of the card and their encrypted and fiat transactions. They can also lock and unlock their cards with just one touch at any time.
Coinbase Wallet Updated
<img class = "alignright wp-image-247343 ” title=”The Daily: the US bank issues cryptographic cards, Coinbase updates Wallet” src=”https://news.bitcoin.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/shutterstock_1120421918-200×300.jpg” alt=”The Daily: Bank of the United States to issue cryptographic cards, Wallbase Updates Wallet "width =" 164 "height =" 246 "srcset =" https://news.bitcoin.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/ shutterstock_1120421918-200×300 .jpg 200w, https://news.bitcoin.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/shutterstock_1120421918-280×420.jpg 280w, https://news.bitcoin.com/wp-content/uploads/ 2018/11 /shutterstock_1120421918.jpg 667w "sizes =" (maximum width: 164px) 100vw, 164px”/>Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase has updated its Ethereum-based portfolio to improve its appearance and add new features. According to a ad on Twitter, all supported ERC20 tokens will now be displayed automatically along with the values available in the local currency. This means that users no longer need to manually add tokens to their wallets.
The Californian digital asset trading platform has also introduced a new cryptographic collecting gallery integrated with Opensea and Rarebits to support hundreds of collectibles. Other changes include better stability, safety and better estimate of gas prices. The app wallet has already been updated for iPhone users. The new version for Android phones is expected within the next few days.
Students reward reward with coins
<img class = "alignright wp-image-247347 size-medium” title=”The Daily: the US bank issues cryptographic cards, Coinbase updates Wallet” src=”https://news.bitcoin.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/shutterstock_626435660-300×200.jpg” alt=”The Daily: Bank of the United States to issue cryptographic cards, Wallbase Updates Portfolio "width =" 300 "height =" 200 "srcset =" https://news.bitcoin.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/shutterstock_626435660 -300×200 .jpg 300w, https://news.bitcoin.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/shutterstock_626435660-768×512.jpg 768w, https://news.bitcoin.com/wp-content/uploads/2018 / 11 /shutterstock_626435660-696×464.jpg 696w, https://news.bitcoin.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/shutterstock_626435660-630×420.jpg 630w, https://news.bitcoin.com/wp-content / uploads /2018/11/shutterstock_626435660.jpg 1000w "sizes =" (maximum width: 300px) 100vw, 300px”/>Aeternity, a company that manages smart contracts, has recently collaborated with the peer-to-peer online learning platform Dacade to launch an introductory course for cryptocurrencies and blockchains. The free program is designed to educate users, developers and entrepreneurs on the basis of cryptographic technologies.
In addition, students who develop cases of practical use will be rewarded with tokens of eternity. According to Coinmarketcap, the Aeternity (AE) currency currently sells for around $ 0.88. The first edition of the course is a non-technical introduction for beginners, but the partners plan to soon train advanced learning communities for developers.
Tron launches the Dapp development program
<img class = "alignright wp-image-247350 ” title=”The Daily: the US bank issues cryptographic cards, Coinbase updates Wallet” src=”https://news.bitcoin.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/shutterstock_1028721334-300×231.jpg” alt=”The Daily: Bank of the United States to issue cryptographic cards, Wallbase Updates Portfolio "width =" 216 "height =" 166 "srcset =" https://news.bitcoin.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/ shutterstock_1028721334-300×231 .jpg 300w, https://news.bitcoin.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/shutterstock_1028721334-80×60.jpg 80w, https://news.bitcoin.com/wp-content/uploads/ 2018/11 /shutterstock_1028721334-696×535.jpg 696w, https://news.bitcoin.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/shutterstock_1028721334-546×420.jpg 546w, https://news.bitcoin.com/wp- content / uploads /2018/11/shutterstock_1028721334.jpg 731w "sizes =" (maximum width: 216px) 100vw, 216px”/>The Tron Cryptocurrency project (TRX) has unveiled a $ 1 million program to support developers of decentralized applications (dapps). The accelerator will distribute rewards among 56 teams developing procs and products based on the Tron protocol.
According to an announcement, the initiative aims to support the dissemination of blockchain technologies among users. It comes after Tron recently purchased the Bittorrent file sharing service, the Poppy payment service and launched its Atlas project.
The winners of the three "grand prizes" will share a pool of $ 550,000. Another eight "special prizes" of $ 30,000 will be awarded to major projects in different categories and 42 teams will receive "final prizes" worth $ 5,000 each.
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