Chainlink is one of the most exciting projects in the crypto industry. It aims to hook up real-life data to blockchain and use it to execute smart contracts. Perhaps that’s why the price of LINK, Chainlink’s token, had a meteoric rise in 2020 and the project itself became one of the sensations during the 2021 Q1 bull run. Chainlink has a still a long way to go. However, a promising idea alredy caught eyes of crypto investors.
CoinLoan has added LINK to the list of available cryptos, and our team is spending a lot of time to become the number…
On September 7, BTC reached a $52,722 level, an all-week max but underwent correction and followed the downward trend for the rest of the week. Bitcoin’s all-week low ($44,466) was observed on September 11.
Recently we upgraded the CoinLoan wallets infrastructure. That means deposit addresses of certain assets were changed. For some time you will still be able to use both old and new addresses. Later, we plan to process all the deposit operations through a new address only. If you use other platforms to make transfers to CoinLoan wallet, don’t forget to update your wallet address in the withdrawal settings of those platforms.
BTC, BCH, LTC, ETH, CLT, LINK, TUSD, USDC, USDT, BUSD, PAX, PAXG, DAI
After the updates BTC and LTC addresses migrated to a more modern format known as…
Monero is one of the most popular coins on CoinLoan, the first platform accepting XMR collateral for crypto loans. For the past 4 years we’ve been developing Monero-compatible products and achieved great results — Monero holders remain one of the most active users on CoinLoan.
Crypto lending market’s growth is accelerating rapidly, and we’re working hard to be head and shoulders above the rest and offer our customers the unique features and better terms than anyone else. Monero crypto is a coin many strive to hold and manage. …
The first cryptocurrency reached one more local high last week: on September 4, its price exceeded $51,000. As of September 6, BTC is trading at $51,770 and soon may reach $52,000.
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The world keeps spinning around, and so does the Covid pandemic. Many saw it taking its toll — rising inflation or intensive credit history checks. But as we proceed into the fall, we thought of a special offer that we would like to share with you. If you are a private investor, then listen carefully — we have adjusted our loan terms but only until September 15.
If you are looking for a loan on the best terms on the market, you are in the right place! Until September 15, we will offer loans at a 0.1%…
CoinLoan Crypto Exchange offers plenty of opportunities for trading and exchanging tokens. Here are a few reasons to give it a try.
We strive to make our product user-friendly and understandable. We made our cryptocurrency exchange for beginners and pros. Here’s how we do it:
Last week for the first cryptocurrency was about a price correction after a local high when BTC reached a $50,000 level on Monday. Bitcoin’s max price during the week was $50,430 on August 23. The min price was $46,527 on August 26. BTC’s all-week price change is a 4.70% decrease, and 24 hours one is a 1.13% decrease.
In our previous article, we compared traditional banking with crypto platforms in terms of loan conditions and crypto interest rates. The evidence suggests that the bank’s APR might be as high as 36% for loans, while crypto lending goes up to 15% and depends on my factors. You can find more info about our research here.
A standard business model of the crypto lending platform (P2P) is built around borrowing funds in return for an APY and then lending them to loan seekers.
Crypto platforms usually safeguard themselves by lending out only a portion of funds, not the entire pool…
We are excited to announce that Polkadot (DOT) is now available on our platform. DOT is in the top 10 by cap, so we hope you will like the update!
Polkadot is an open-source project founded by the Web3 Foundation. It allows tokens and arbitrary data transfer across blockchains. DOT can transfer this data across public, open, permissionless, permissioned and private blockchains.
In PoW and PoS systems blockchains compete over resources to secure their networks, and blockchains can be attacked easily until they develop a significant community to support their network. DOT uses NPoS (Nominated Proof of Stake), where nominators…