EOSEOS is currently selling for $5.90, which puts the coin down 2.69% in the past 24 hours. Big news for EOS! Late Thursday, EOS announced its launch of EOSIO, Dawn 3.0.
— EOS (@EOS_io) April 5, 2018The team says EOSIO Dawn 3.0 is just the beginning of EOS's scaling abilities. Dawn 3.0 is the beginning of a lot of things, but unfortunately, as of right now, it's not the beginning of any big gains for the coin. EOS is down for the day as of right now despite the release of Dawn 3.0. However, this release is still exciting, because it means EOS is still moving forward and still improving. This can surely only mean gains down the road for EOS. EOS is definitely making itself a coin to watch. >> EOS vs. Cardano - which is the better project?
Litecoin [LTC]Litecoin is currently selling for $113.81, which puts the coin down 4.34% in the past 24 hours. The Litecoin Foundation is partnering with Aliant Payment, an international merchant services, and credit card processing company. Litecoin founder Charlie Lee said of the deal:
“The Litecoin Foundation is pleased to partner with Aliant Payment Systems for Litecoin payment processing. Aliant offers a well-rounded solution for merchants to accept Litecoin easily with a physical point of sales terminal (via Poynt), virtual sales terminal, and custom API integration.”The question then arises - is this meant to be the new LitePay? The partnership between the Litecoin Foundation and Aliant Payment will allow merchants to receive payments in Litecoin and convert them into fiat currency. Not exactly what LitePay was promising, but the community seems happy about the developments none the less. >> Read all about the LitePay scandal