It has been confirmed that Verge (XVG) is now live on Voyager, an app connecting numerous exchanges to give users extensive access to lots of digital currencies. Voyager app shared this information via its official Twitter handle.
Verge aims at impacting the lives of the people globally by empowering them with ground knowledge in blockchain transactions. The notion behind the emergence of Verge (XVG) is to further the improvement of the first cryptocurrency, Bitcoin blockchain, with the aim of enabling businesses to have access to fast, secure, anonymous and totally decentralized means of transacting.
Verge (XVG) is a privacy coin. Its transactions are anonymous and untraceable unlike Bitcoin (BTC) and some digital currencies in the market. The cryptographic project thrives on Tor and I2P technologies, giving it the enablement to avoid Internet Service Providers. This point makes the transactions on Verge network secure and untraceable.
— Voyager (@investvoyager) October 15, 2019
Transaction of Verge (XVG) on Voyager App
Beyond android, users can now download and install Voyager App on iPhones via Apple iTunes Store. This precedes registration that requires name, email, and phone number.
After completing the registration, users are to fill in essential information into the spaces provided in the app.
Once a trading account is successfully secured, the user can subsequently link the Voyager Trading Account with any of his active bank accounts. However, $10 is the minimum trading balance on the app.
All users residing in the United States except New York have access to trade on the regulated Voyager app. As related by Voyager, those residing in the exempted New York state will soon have access to use the trading app, as groundwork is already ongoing with the state’s regulators.
Voyager is also working on extending its reach to international potential users before the end of this year.
Verge (XVG) Transactions
About 6 days ago, NewsLogical reported the performance of XVG in terms of transactions initiated and completed on the Verge network.
According to the data made available by Swen Van Zanten, the number of daily transactions on the Verge network has experienced a distinct drop since it peaked in 2018. However, considering the tiring situation of the market, the data reveals that Verge’s present transaction record isn’t worse.
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