Blockchain and Cryptocurrency News Roundup

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6 July 2020.

The Crypto world is pushing on. There have been a lot of exciting announcements over the last week and we’ve gathered some of the biggest ones right here.

Block.One Shares 1st Look at “Voice”

“Announced in 2019, Voice is pitched as a blockchain-based social media application designed with users of the platform in mind. Offering a “more transparent social media platform for the world,” users of the service are rewarded for their content through the Voice Token cryptocurrency. Users verified on the service obtain tokens based on their participation that they will eventually be able to convert to money.”


JUST DeFi to Launch 3 New DeFi Products

“JUST DeFi team will launch 3 new DeFi products: (1) “JUST Lend”- place where TRON users can earn interests or borrow assets against collateral (2) “JUST Swap-a fully decentralized on-chain protocol for token exchange (3) “JUST BTC”-a TRC20 token backed 1:1 by Bitcoin.  $JST will become the core DeFi token of the entire #TRON DeFi ecosystem, which covers areas in decentralized loans, decentralized trades, and cross-chain. We can’t wait to see the series of JUST products’ all-rounded empowerment, community governance, and fully shareable dividend integrated into the #TRON DeFi ecosystem.” 


Huobi Announces Integration with Chainlink

“Huobi Wallet is excited to announce that it will be undertaking a two-part integration with Chainlink, the market-leading decentralized oracle network. Huobi will leverage Chainlink’s external adapters to make the Huobi exchange API available to smart contracts, allowing developers to access price data from Huobi Global, one of the largest and most liquid cryptocurrency exchanges in the world. The first batch of price pairs will include the highly requested BTC/ETH, BTC/USDT, ETH/USDT, and LINK/ETH. Once rolled out, we aim to make more available soon thereafter.”


Visa Seeks Ethereum Developer for New ‘Distributed Application’

“Visa is on the lookout for Ethereum developers to help build a global blockchain payments network. According to a recent job advertisement by the payment processing giant on its New Zealand site, the company is looking for a “strong developer experienced with Ethereum and blockchain architecture” to join its Global Commercial Payments team, working on distributed applications.”


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