After making an all-time high of $48,025, Bitcoin underwent a correction and is now trading at $44,327. Meanwhile, the second-largest cryptocurrency, Ethereum, is trading at $1,713.
Let’s find out some interesting crypto news for today.
Origin Protocol partnered with Amazon to launch Dshop on AWS marketplace. The Origin Dshop is a decentralized e-commerce platform that provides crypto payment options to merchants without paying any monthly fees. Moreover, it accepts crypto payments, such as Ethereum (ETH) and ERC-20 tokens like the Origin Dollar (OUSD) and Origin Tokens (OGN). In addition, Dshop is also equipped with regular credit cards and PayPal payment options, which reduce chargeback risk, cross-border payment burden, and delay in processing fees.
Elrond partnered with Exeedme to accept eGold payments via Maiar. Moreover, Exeedme allows gamers and developers to monetize their skills and efforts with DeFi and NFTs. In addition, gamers can also earn rewards and unique NFTs through this eSports platform. This partnership helps gamers to expedite payments and subscriptions, which will help them to enjoy their favorite games. Additionally, the team also has plans to create a dedicated gaming community for Maiar users.
API3 announced a partnership and integration with TomoChain. As per the tweet, TomoChain integrates API3 decentralized APIs which provide highly reliable, transparent, and decentralized data to the projects built on top of TomoChain. Additionally, this partnership will deliver quantifiable secure data that caters to Web 3.0 users, such as financial institutions, enterprises, and the average DeFi user.
Cartesi partnered with Elrond Network to deploy their dApps on the most relevant blockchains. According to the tweet, Cartesi will expand possibilities for smart contract developers building on Elrond to use mainstream software stacks supported by Linux. Additionally, it will allow developers to deploy their dApps on compatible blockchains and take advantage of the high productivity. Collaboratively, they will also work together for the adoption of blockchain by the mainstream.
Copper.co, the London-based digital asset infrastructure provider, integrated with Avalanche. According to the official blog, Institutional AVAX traders will have access to Copper’s secure storage and trading ecosystem. Copper provides a secure private environment for the transaction of assets across multiple exchanges, hot wallets, and offline vaults. Collectively, Avalanche and Copper help users to transfer their assets swiftly between decentralized applications (dApps) built on Avalanche.
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