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Bitso announced the launch of crypto QR payments in Argentina. This new service will allow more than 1,000,000 users to pay from the Bitso app at any merchant that accepts QR payments. Payments can be made in Argentine pesos and cryptocurrencies (BTC, USD stablecoins, ETH and DAI).
Twitch announced a ban on sharing referral and promotion codes for gambling sites that support cryptocurrency betting. The U.S.-based company said the ban that will go into effect on October 18 will apply to gambling sites that include slots, roulette or dice games that are not licensed either in the U.S. or in “other jurisdictions that offer sufficient consumer protection.”
Opera Crypto Browser, the Web3-centric browser with native support for decentralized applications announced plans to expand its network suite by integrating the Elrond blockchain (EGLD). After the planned implementation by the end of 2022, users will be able to send and receive EGLD through Opera’s integrated wallet and will have access to Elrond-based dapps.
Clout.art, a platform that enables free minting and marketing of publications on social networks, is going to migrate to the Hedera network to facilitate the development, expansion and introduction of next-generation solutions that help creators better monetize their audiences. Therefore, Clout.art will move its Polygon (MATIC) services and tools to the Hedera network, and will also offer a dedicated fund to help artists and creators on their NFT journey.
Binance.US communicated that it has become the largest on-chain staking provider in the United States by adding the SKALE and Threshold cryptocurrencies to its platform, bringing the total number of stakable assets to 15. Earlier this month, and prior to the merger, Binance.US announced that Ethereum (ETH) was available for staking on its platform, offering an initial annualized rate of return (APY) of 6%, it added.