New crypto has landed: Introducing ADA, SOL, DOGE, XTZ and EOS!
Today’s a good day. Why? Because five new cryptocurrencies have just gone live in the Wirex app!
And we’ve certainly got some fan favourites in this batch. If you’re not already familiar with them, it’s time to get acquainted with the following tokens:
Ada (ADA), Solana (SOL), Dogecoin (DOGE), Tez (XTZ) and EOS (EOS).
Not only can you buy and exchange these popular tokens in the app at unbeatable OTC rates, you can also earn a little extra for adding them to your portfolio.
Yes, if you buy €50 (EEA) or US$50 (APAC) worth of any of our five new cryptocurrencies, you’ll be rewarded with €5/US$5 in WXT!
So, what have we got?
Ada (ADA) is the native token of the Cardano blockchain, a proof-of-stake (PoS) network that provides unparalleled security and stability, thanks to its peer-reviewed and evidence-based approach to development.
It’s currently the world’s third-largest crypto by market capitalisation, too!
SOL is the native token of Solana - one of the fastest programmable blockchains in the world that provides secure, scalable, decentralised apps and marketplaces.
SOL plays an important role in powering the Solana ecosystem: it is used to pay transaction fees and incentivise transaction processing and validation.
Much coin. So crypto. Wow.
We’ve all come across the iconic meme that inspired Dogecoin (DOGE). But who knew it would be a top ten crypto asset?
Looks like it’s here to stay, so now you can buy and exchange it in the Wirex app.
Launched in 2014 by husband-and-wife duo Arthur and Kathleen Breitman, Tez (XTZ) powers the Tezos blockchain and gives users the power to vote on changes to its software.
The network lets users create smart contracts, and is designed to evolve and improve over time without the danger of a hard fork.
EOS is a blockchain-based platform designed to host, develop and run decentralised applications (Dapps). It uses a software known as EOS.IO, which eliminates transaction fees and conducts millions of transactions per second. Holders of the network’s native token, EOS, have the ability to vote on software updates.