Ex Mozilla Exec to Join Stellar Foundation

Denelle Dixon is now a CEO of Stellar Foundation, she's former Mozilla Chief Operation Officer
15 March 2019   181

Former Mozilla COO Denelle Dixon led the non-profit Stellar Development Foundation, which focuses on the promotion of the cryptocurrency Stellar Lumens (XML).

In this position, she changed the creator of Stellar, Jed McCaleb, who took over the position of chief architect, whose responsibilities include developing a protocol and creating a strategy for mass adoption.

The vision is big: Stellar and SDF hope to unlock the world’s economic potential by making money more fluid, markets more open, and people more empowered. And thinking big, beyond any one product, beyond any single issue – that’s what has always driven me.

Denelle Dixon

CEO, Stellar Foundation

 She added she always defended the right of people to control their personal data, and also built the cooperation of Mozilla and commercial enterprises so as not to betray the ideals of the organization.

In her opinion, the unique characteristics of Stellar will allow it to change the existing payment infrastructure.

Coinbase to List Stellar

As reported, at first, the coin will not be available to residents of the UK and the state of New York
19 March 2019   189

Wallet and mobile applications (for iOS and Android) from leading American cryptocurrency company Coinbase now support Stellar Lumens digital asset (XLM).

Stellar’s cryptocurrency, the Stellar Lumen (XLM), powers the Stellar payment network. Stellar aims to connect banks, payment systems and individuals quickly and reliably. Since its launch in 2014, its vision has been to unite the world’s financial infrastructure so that money can flow quickly and cheaply between banks, businesses, and people. The Internet connected the world’s computers so that information could be shared globally. Stellar aims to do the same for money.

Coinbase Team

The new asset is available to Coinbase.com users from most jurisdictions. However, at first, the coin will not be available to residents of the UK and the state of New York.