Wallets

$125MM Lumen Airdrop with Blockchain.com

Wallet provider Blockchain.com is airdropping up to 500MM lumens (~$125MM) to their ~30MM users in partnership with SDF. After completing a KYC process, users can receive ~$25 worth of lumens. Lumens are the fourth asset to be added to the Blockchain wallet and the first asset to participate in Blockchain’s new airdrop program in what appears to be the largest airdrop ever.

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BlockEQ Android is out of Beta with Trading

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Wallets

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Wallets

BlockEQ acquired for $12MM CAD

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Wallets

Lumens on Trezor

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