Ledger Hardware Wallet now supports Expanse

Popular hardware cryptocurrency wallet added the Expanse support
17 July 2017   1517
Expanse

Blockchain agnostic, community-based project without an ICO, which was created as the first stable fork of Ethereum

Ledger Hardware Wallet, popular "real-life" hardware cryptocurrency wallet device now supports Expanse. This is reported by Expanse Blog.

This will allow people to safely store Expanse and Expanse related products, including all ICOs, launched on Tokenlab in the industry leading Ledger Hardware wallet. Expanse team has been working on integration with the Ledger team to add Expanse to the quality blockchain projects supported by Ledger and this is about to launch. 

Blockchain

Distributed database that is used to maintain a continuously growing list of records, called blocks

As creators assure, Ledger hardware wallet includes cryptocurrency companion apps. You can send and receive payments, check your accounts and manage multiple addresses for each currency from the same device. One of the models, Nano S also supports the FIDO® Universal Second Factor standard that simplifies the authentication process on compatible online services such as GMail, Dashlane, Dropbox or GitHub.

Weiss Ratings Named 12 "Weakest Cryptocurrencies"

Citing several factors, including risks for investors, technological features and popularity, the agency named 12 "weakest" coins
16 March 2018   1006

Weiss Ratings, one of the world's largest rating agencies, presented a new analysis related to the crypto-currency market, which included 12 of the weakest digital assets this time.

Citing several factors, including risks for investors, technological features and popularity, the agency assigned these alphanumeric ratings from D to E, where D means "weak", and E - "very weak".

According to Weiss Ratings, at present traders should avoid investing in the following crypto-currencies:

  • Auroracoin (D-)
  • Comet (E-)
  • Electroneum (E+)
  • Expanse (E)
  • Gulden (D-)
  • Matchpool (E)
  • Megacoin (E-)
  • Novacoin (E)
  • PotCoin (D-)
  • Quark (E-)
  • Rise (D-)
  • SaluS (E-)

Many newcomers rush into cryptocurrencies precisely at the wrong time — when speculative buying has reached a frenzy, crypto exchanges are overwhelmed and prices are on the brink of the next crash.

That’s a shame for two reasons: They lose a lot of money. Then they lose interest, bow out and miss out on the truly big opportunities.
 

Martin

Weiss Ratings

Recently, agency upgraded the rating of bitcoin from C + to B- in light of the development of technology Lightning Network.