The New York-based crypto-asset broker, Voyager, has announced it will begin paying passive interest to holders in May 2020 on the digital token XRP and four other cryptos.
A few hours ago the Voyager made that known through its official Twitter handle. The crypto brokerage indirectly referred to the Ripple’s digital token XRP as one of their next inclusion in the report.
Voyager shared this, “In May, we’re adding five new assets to the Voyager Interest Program! We’ll give you a hint, one starts with an “X” & the community is often referred to as an army. Which assets do you think will make the list? Comment below.”
The four additional altcoins to be included are still unknown at the moment. Voyager currently offers passive interest on nine cryptocurrencies, including the first and biggest digital currency, Bitcoin (BTC). The remainder are Voyager Token (VGX), Dash (DASH), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Tether (USDT), and True USD (TUSD).
Bitstamp Challenged for Rejecting Withdrawals to Unactivated Accounts
Wietse Wind, a top developer at XRP Ledger, recently took to Twitter to challenge Bitstamp’s notion of exchange, for continuing to reject XRP withdrawals to unactivated accounts.
Wind reported in the tweet that Bitstamp continued to reject withdrawals, despite the possession of 20 XRP withdrawal threshold by the holders.
He said a few numbers of XUMM users had complained about their inability on ledger accounts to activate their new ones.
Wietse Wind shared this, “Hey Bitstamp – is there a reason you are rejecting XRP withdrawals to unactivated accounts, even if the deposit >= the wallet activation threshold of 20 XRP? I’ve had a few XUMM users report being unable to activate their new on ledger accounts with an “Invalid wallet” msg.”
Cryptolydian reported earlier that, Voyager has added Litecoin (LTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH) and Ethereum (ETH) to its platform, with an annual interest of 2%, according to Sludgefeed website.