Crypto.com has nice news for you about the services offered by the platform every week. This time it reminds of interesting initiatives that are already underway and informs about the new edition of the Supercharger.
Crypto.com Card Changes
First, let’s remind you that from January 18, 2021, from 07:00:00 UTC, the rules for stake on Crypto.com cards have changed:
You will learn more from the published text at this link.
Card Staking Requirements Update, effective 18 Jan 2021
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– Crypto.com (@cryptocom) December 18, 2020
TFUEL at Crypto.com
Theta Fuel (TFUEL) is already listed on the Crypto.com app. Thus, it joins the growing list of over 90 cryptocurrencies and stablecoins that are available in the application, such as Bitcoin (BTC), Ether (ETH), Cardano (ADA), Chainlink (LINK), VeChain (VET), USD Coin (USDC) and also Crypto.com Coin (CRO).
Theta Fuel is the second token of the Theta network. This is a native token in this project’s blockchain. TFUEL supports operations that take place in the blockchain, such as payments for sharing a video stream or implementing or interacting with smart contracts. It is also the currency that people who help maintain the network earn.
After TFUEL is added to the Crypto.com App, users can now purchase it for free. Both credit cards and bank transfers are handled in the process.
You can read more about it here.
– Crypto.com (@cryptocom) January 21, 2021
ZIL in the Supercharger service
Crypto.com is pleased to announce that Zilliqa (ZIL) will be listed on Supercharger, a liquidity boosting platform dedicated to the most popular DeFi projects. To use the service, simply register an account in the Crypto.com application or on the Crypto.com Exchange!
Crypto.com and Exchange app users will receive ZIL as a reward for depositing CRO tokens in the Supercharger pool.
Supercharger as a service was launched on September 30, 2020. As the creators suggest, it is a simple, flexible and secure liquidity generation platform for the most popular DeFi projects. The first project to run on the Supercharger was Uniswap (UNI) with an allocation of $ 500,000.