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Stellar Lumens [XLM] Growing its Partnership List as Confidence Raises

Stellar Lumens [XLM] Growing its Partnership List as Confidence Raises

Source: coinmarketcap

A brand new report from Congress called 2017 “the Year of Cryptocurrencies” and calls for lawmakers and industry stakeholders to cooperate on the technology’s use. The 2018 Joint Economic Report, an assessment of the nation’s economic status and recommendations for the upcoming year, included an entire section dedicated to cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology. This is the first time the blockchain technology was mentioned in such a substantial way in the annual publication.

Riding the same positive news-wave, similar to Ripple who signed down partnerships with giants like the Japan Bank of Consortium, MoneyTap mobile, BBVA Compass and many more, Stellar connected close to IBM, KlickEx, LeFinance, Flutter Wave, ICICI Bank and Keybase.

Even that the market is not looking good for months now, the ground-creating development for the crypto-uses that the platform can find is not stopping and as it seems more events and movements will come this year. Additionally to that, a bright side is the community confidence in the coins as highlighted out below:

“If Stellar can partner with such big firms, I can see much growth in it. XLM has been constantly avoiding bearish zones, trying to get out of this whole resistance area nonsense. I can see so many coins struggle to get out of those. Only XLM has been doing its job right!” – Monish Mehra, Amazon employee

“No matter the FUDs, Stellar will fly to the moon! It is for sure.” – freelance coder.

Very worth to mention is the announcement that Ripple has made. With the purpose of increasing the use case for its XRP digital currency, Ripple has reported its idea of investing in startups. Ripple CEO – Brad Garlinghouse added:

“We, Ripple, would stay focused on solving that institutional use case, but we would certainly partner with companies that are looking to use XRP in lots of different ways.”

Ripple’s intention is to create closer relations with banks and financial institutions, by creating and developing digital currencies and transaction platforms that could be used by the ones mentioned above.

As noted out above, both the community and the teams behind the cryptocurrencies are flying the same flag of a better future for the technology and its development. Which is why, once the declining market trend ends – bullish setting will run again and it could be better than ever before.

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