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Blockchain.com to airdrop $125M worth Stellar [XLM] after adding to wallet

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Blockchain.com to airdrop $125M worth Stellar [XLM] after adding to wallet

The renowned cryptocurrency firm, Blockchain.com is listing the open source cryptocurrency Stellar [XLM] known as Stellar Lumen [XLM]. Moreover, this means the crypto firm is extending full support for the cryptocurrency which is open source. Stellar Lumen [XLM] has seen support in the past from the popular San Fransisco-based payment provider services company Stripe.

More about the Stellar Airdrop by Blockchain.com

The news of the giveaway was shared by the crypto firm in an official blog published on November 6, 2018. Moreover, they are also tweeting the announcement. Furthermore, the crypto firm urges that the platform is for users, and they aim to provide users to control their digital assets with ease.

Moreover, in order to thank the millions of people who made use of the platform to help the company build a platform of such behemoth size, they are organizing this giveaway. The crypto firm is cherishing a user base of a whopping figure of 30 million users globally. The crypto firm’s wallet has added full support for the cryptocurrency Stellar Lumen [XLM]. Furthermore, to drive adoption the crypto firm is going to give away $125M to its 30 million users.

Moreover, when asked about the aim of doing this, the blog states this. “We’ve already shared our thoughts on how Blockchain Airdrops are a great way for crypto creators to drive decentralization and adoption for new networks. We think they’re great for crypto users too. They let you test, trade, and transact with the next generation of crypto assets without having to buy them or mine them.”

Moreover, the crypto firm has chosen to support Stellar Lumen [XLM] because of its scalability. The crypto firm is also collaborating with several global organizations to achieve the biggest airdrop in the history of cryptocurrencies. Some of these organizations include Stanford, Code.org and Network for Good.

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