Binance to donate listing fees – October 8

Current Bitcoin Price: $6667 (as of 8:30 AM PST)

For a market as volatile as this one, it’s weird to see Bitcoin suspended at the $6500 price mark. It’s holding its value incredibly well coming up to the end of this year’s decisive price wedge, and has even appreciated by 1.5% today.

Most other coins are faring similarly well, with most top-20 coins up by two to three percent. TRON and IOTA have both seen more significant rallies today, up by more than five percent.

Top Bitcoin & Crypto News Stories for 8th October 2018

Binance to donate listing fees

Binance is a crypto-to-crypto exchange. Whether it’s the option of stop-loss trades or the relatively reliable platform that’s to thank for its fame, it might be the biggest out there.

It’s received a lot of heat for supposedly charging exorbitant (in the millions of dollars) listing fees, but Binance has now announced that it will be publishing transparent records about future listing fees and donating the totals to chairty!

Major Manhattan asset tokenized

A commonly referenced use case of blockchain protocols like Ethereum is the “tokenization” of tangible assets, which is to say representing real things on the blockchain — for whatever reasons, often to crowdfund them.

In this case, that’s exactly what happened with a Manhattan condo. Instead of going down the traditional route of financing a building project with banks, the developers tokenized shares of the building on the Ethereum blockchain.

Brave reaches 4.6 million active users

Brave is the web browser turned crypto. It offers users rewards — in the form of its proprietary Basic Attention Token — for watching ads, and allows them to contribute to their favorite creators in a seamless browsing experience.

The browser has just reached 4.6 million monthly active users, including just under 29 thousand registered creators (23 thousand of which have been verified).