Venezuelan KFC to Accept DASH

The option of Dash payment will appear in Caracas, then this service will be available at KFC offices in 24 regions of the country
10 December 2018   727

This week, the KFC restaurant chain will start accepting payment in Dash's cryptocurrency in Venezuela. About this writes Forbes with reference to the co-founder of Dash Help, Dash Merchant Venezuela and Dash Text Alejandro Echeverria. This information was also confirmed by Dash’s PR manager Mark Mason on Twitter.

The possibility of payment in Dash will appear in Caracas, then this service will be available at KFC offices in 24 regions of the country.

According to Alejandro Etcheverria, people prefer to use Dash for everyday transactions, because this is a convenient payment solution. As the newspaper writes, Subway, Papa John’s and Traki are already working with Dash in Venezuela.

According to DiscoverDash, for the year in the South American country, 2,427 outlets introduced the option of payment in cryptocurrency, which ranks 16th in terms of capitalization in CoinMarketCap.

Coinbase to Consider New Assets Listing

Algorand, Cosmos, Dash, Decred, Matic, Harmony, Ontology and Waves are being considered as possible candidates for including on the trading platform
06 August 2019   613

Coinbase, the largest US cryptocurrency company, is considering listing new digital assets on its platform.

Among the applicants for listing, tokens of the following projects are: Algorand, Cosmos, Dash, Decred, Matic, Harmony, Ontology and Waves.

So, Coinbase expects over time to provide users with access to 90% of the total cryptocurrency market capitalization.

However, company representatives emphasized that legal compliance issues in a number of jurisdictions could seriously affect plans to add these assets.

Tezos (XTZ) was the last in the listing of the site, after which its price immediately increased by almost 30%.

Recently Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong said his company is committed to creating an open financial system and forcing “100 million people to start using cryptocurrencies.”