Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) became a cultural phenomenon in 2021. They have been around for years, making waves with the CryptoKitties craze back in 2017. Nowadays, NFTs can be sold for millions of dollars. Let’s take a look at how this has become possible.
China keeps fighting against miners and crypto holders while Ethereum’s founder boasts tremendous earnings from Dogecoin. Read the Weekly recap to find out more about the main events in the crypto market that happened between 9th – 16th June 2021.
You can already withdraw XYM tokens from EXMO to other crypto wallets. XYM deposits and trading are unavailable.
Polkadot (DOT) is by far one of the most complex cryptocurrencies on the market that is traded on all major exchanges, including EXMO. Learn about the main reasons Polkadot has not only made it to the Top-10, but has also become one of the most hyped coins in 2021.
Please note that Stellar (XLM) and Wirex (WXT) are available for deposits and withdrawals.
Bitcoin is officially classified as a legal currency for the first time. The US is looking for a link between cryptocurrencies and corruption. Read the Weekly recap to find out more about the main events of the crypto market that happened between 2nd – 9th June 2021.
EXMO will support the VeChain network update and hard fork that will take place on June 7th, 2021. Therefore, HAI deposits and withdrawals will be temporarily disabled.
EXMO will participate in the Blockchain for Europe Summit 2021 that will be held between 8th-10th June. Maria Stankevich, Chief Business Development Officer at EXMO, will share her opinion on FAFT amendments, De-Fi and new legal challenges.
We regularly review all listed assets to make sure you have access to the best options on the market. Based on our latest project reviews, we have decided to delist Ether Zero, Paytomat and Lisk, along with several other trading pairs.
Weekly recap is your reliable source for getting the latest updates on the crypto market. Stay in the know about key trends and twists in the crypto world between 26th May and 2nd June 2021. Read our weekly analytical overview below.