New Cryptoassets Available on eToro, 19 October 2021

As part of its ongoing commitment to offer all its users a broad variety of cryptoassets, eToro is happy to announce that it is launching a number of new tokens. Now available on the eToro investment platform are the following cryptoassets:

Cosmos (ATOM)

Cosmos aims to create an “Internet of Blockchains.” With the ATOM token, investors are rewarded based on staking their crypto. The value of the token is also driven by the more blockchains that utilize the Cosmo network of services.

The Graph (GRT)

The Graph is making the indexing and retrieval of data across blockchains easier than ever. GRT investors and curators are able to earn rewards by being part of the network and can even have the chance to increase their own gains by participating in The Graph’s network and functions.

Curve (CRV)

Grading on a curve is fun, but earning rewards with CRV is even better. The Curve DAO Token is a stablecoin like no other. The Curve automated market maker helps decentralize the crypto world and enable trading between stablecoins quick and simple. CRV holders can contribute to liquidity pools and potentially earn yield rewards as well as vote on the governance of the system itself.

1Inch (1INCH)

A single 1INCH token can go a long way. This instant governance token rewards investors who contribute to the 1inch’s liquidity platform. The 1inch liquidity platform aims to make trading crypto faster and easier by decentralizing exchanges between investors. This hard-capped token also enables holders to vote on how the network develops.

The launch of ATOM, GRT, CRV and 1INCH brings the total number of cryptoassets available on eToro to 36. Traders now have access to ATOM, GRT, CRV and 1INCH alongside BTC, ETH, BCH, LTC, XRP, DASH, ETC, ADA, XLM, EOS, NEO, TRON, ZEC, BNB, XTZ, LINK, UNI, COMP, AAVE, YFI, MANA, ALGO, MATIC, BAT, MKR, ENJ, FIL, DOT, SOL, and MIOTA. Note: For now, these new assets are not being launched in the US.

Cryptoasset investing is unregulated in some EU countries and the UK. No consumer protection. Your capital is at risk.

 

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