The Ethereum Classic Cooperative, which manages the project’s open-source, public, blockchain-based distributed computing platform that features smart contract functionality, announced this week that ETC has been added to Atomic Wallet, a multi-asset custody-free Wallet with Atomic Swap exchange and decentralized order book.
We are happy to announce adding ETC to @AtomicWallet
— Ethereum Classic (@eth_classic) July 19, 2018
According to an announcement by Atomic Wallet, the company made the decision to add ETC for three major reasons: its a top 15 project by market cap, its traded on most of the largest exchanges, and it has a “great community of supporters.”
Atomic Wallet is a lightweight wallet that supports over 300 different ERC-20 tokens, in addition to a number of notable cryptocurrencies, including Ripple (XRP), Augur (REP), and Stellar (XLM). With Atomic Wallet, investors can forego the risks of a centralized exchange by leveraging an instant, limitless exchange service provided by Changelly.
Ethereum Classic has been gaining steam since the recent Coinbase listing announcement. The team recently published a report detailing the rapid growth the project has experienced over the last year, including, the number of transactions over the last 6 months more than doubling from 17,000 to 47,000 per day.
Notably, the Ethereum Classic Cooperative recently claimed ETC has $700K in reserves that it plans to use for technical enhancements, community building and public outreach.
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