The world’s sixth largest cryptocurrency according to rankings from coinmarketcap has joined Bitcoin, Ethereum and Bitcoin cash to become the fourth cryptocurrency listed on UK’s Blockchain.com wallet. An airdrop totaling $125 million worth Stellar token (XLM) has been deposited by the wallet to its user platform as the UK based digital wallet showed full support for Stellar.
Stellar’s vision to create a system that widely distributes Lumen to a worldwide audience is fast becoming a reality as its network will be made pronounced to Blockchain’s 30 million account users.
The blog post read ;
“We’re thrilled to announce SDF’s largest lumen distribution to date: an up-to-500 million XLM distribution to users of leading digital asset wallet provider, Blockchain. This airdrop will put the Stellar name and technology in front of Blockchain’s 30 million account holders, and will bring many new users into our ecosystem.”
Blockchain.com whilst appreciating its user base of nearly 30 million wallet holders has revealed Stellar’s airdrop to be the largest airdrop of crypto history.
“Starting today, in celebration of adding full support for XLM in the Blockchain Wallet, we’ll begin giving away $125,000,000 of Stellar (XLM) to YOU, our users. With nearly 30M Blockchain Wallets to date, we’re excited to add an entirely new way for users to get their first crypto.” _ Blockchain.com
Stellar which also has a strong vision for diversity to support all forms of digital assets ranging from fiat currencies to carbon credits are also witnessing impressive adaptation by financial institutions. Due to its stellar simple asset- insurance feature, the token has increased its fiat supported platform in several counties all around the world.
Blockchain.com had been listed on LinkedIn as one of the top ten leading cryptocurrency exchange wallets in the UK that is highly sorted after. Prior to Stellar’s listing, the digital wallet had only supported Bitcoin and two other altcoins (Ethereum & Bitcoin cash). The wallet is also strictly restricted to crypto to crypto operations and is yet to accommodate any fiat currencies.