In this issue:
- Visa greenlights Coinbase to issue crypto debit cards
- Torus enables 1-click DApp logins
- Authereum brings usernames & passwords to Web 3.0
- Enjin helps non-devs build on blockchain
- Unstoppable launches a browser for the decentralized web
We also show you how to stack Handshake (HNS) from home using a Coinmine One.
All that and more in this week’s issue. But first, here’s some…
🚀 Updates From Nomics
- #1. Nomics Launches Free CSV Downloads for All Cryptoasset & Exchange Pages: We’ve added free CSV downloads to Nomics.com. You can now take a CSV snapshot of our market cap index (homepage), exchange index, or any individual cryptoasset, exchange, or markets page – any page or tab with a yellow “Free CSV” button. For more, read our in-depth announcement or see the following tweet.
- #2. We’re Keeping Tabs on the 2020 Election (Markets): Nomics has always listed synthetic trading pairs or artificial markets that aren’t commonly traded. With that infrastructure in place, it was easy to add the new 2020 election markets from crypto derivatives exchange FTX. Here’s a screenshot of the PETE/BERNIE market:
- #3. Nomics Adds Seven New Exchanges & Upgrades Namebase to an “A” Transparency Rating: This week, Nomics added exchanges BiKi, BitForex, Coineal, CoinField, Prizmbit, BCEX, and CoinTiger. Meanwhile, exchange and Handshake (HNS) registrar Namebase was upgraded to an “A” Transparency Rating. This means that Namebase has provided us with highly granular (trade-level) data and full history for each trading pair. That data is now available on our website and via our market data API. For more on how we rate crypto exchanges, read the following essay.
And now, let’s see what the cryptocurrency world has brought us this week.