Today is the Big Day for These 13 Altcoins: Here’s What They’ll Be!

Altcoin: The Bitcoin and altcoin ecosystem is constantly evolving. In the list below, you can see which altcoin projects will experience which developments today. Here are the details…

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Important day for 13 altcoin projects

  • AAX lists Pitbull (PIT) in USDT pair at CET 12.
  • Livepeer (LPT) is holding a community gathering.
  • AAX lists Toobcoin (TOOB) in USDT pair at 12 CET.
  • LBank lists Optimus OPT (OPT) with USDT pair.
  • Zenlink Network (ZLK) will perform the Astar Network integration at TSI 13. So Zenlink will officially go live on Astar Network.
  • Everscale (EVER) will hold a community meeting. The meeting will start at 15 pm.
  • Singapore-based cryptocurrency exchange Deepcoin has added support for Baby DogeCoin (BABYDOGE).
  • Chipotle is distributing $200,000 in Dogecoin, Solana, Bitcoin, Ethereum and Avalanche.
  • Ripple (XRP) partner QNB has launched a direct remittance service for money transfers from Qatar to the Philippines.
  • Chia Network will replace Chia tokens with a new token.
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Details of what will happen

Apart from the exchange listing and various network integrations, there is more information on some of the above items. First of all, it is necessary to talk about Chipotle’s coin distribution. Fast-food restaurant Chipotle is giving away $200,000 worth of cryptocurrency as part of its new “Buy Bottom” promotional campaign. Starting Monday, customers will be able to earn $10,000 worth of Bitcoin (BTC), $5,000 worth of Ethereum (ETH), $1,250 worth of Solana (SOL), $3,000 worth of Avalanche (AVAX) and $3,000 worth of Dogecoin (DOGE) until Saturday. On Sunday, Chipotle will significantly increase the size of the prizes to celebrate National Avocado Day.

On the other hand, we can talk about the new move of the Ripple partner. Ripple partner QNB launching a direct remittance service for money transfers from Qatar to the Philippines; It makes QNB the first bank to introduce the service in Qatar. QNB will connect with China Bank, one of the best private universal banks in the Philippines, to offer this service using Ripple’s financial technology “RippleNet”. The new service aims to provide the bank’s customers with an easy remittance process as well as a fast and advanced cross-border money transfer option. Serving primarily Filipino people residing in Qatar, the service will allow them to instantly send money up to PHP 50,000 to any bank in the Philippines.

Finally, it is worth noting that the change in the Chia network is due to an issue with the network. AmkNews.com As we reported, Chia, created by BitTorrent founder Bram Cohen, discovered the vulnerability after auditor Trail of Bits “pointed out a potential vulnerability.” In her blog post, she asked Chia to do some deeper research. Therefore, Chia will stop the project, which it currently calls CAT1, today, at 20 CET. This equates to a block height of 2,311,760. Then it will start to support CAT2.

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Larry Brown

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