#XVG Debit Cards and more #Verge Coin News
The Verge (XVG) project has come a long way in the past few months and the team has managed to put behind a few hiccups that had threatened the progress of the project along the way. These included the delay of releasing the Wraith protocol back in January, as well as the Verge code being hacked mid this year, and extra XVG minted on the blockchain.
But the team has learnt from the past and managed to keep trodding in the crypto-verse with extra news of a new wallet as well as rebasing the code of XVG to the most recent and secure of Bitcoin. It is with this background that the team wishes to update the Verge family on the most recent developments. The partnership between Verge and TokenPay brought about the partial ownership of the WEG Bank in Germany. With time, the Litecoin foundation partnered with TokenPay to further explore the chances of incorporating all their resources – including the bank – to mutually benefit each project. XVG Debit cards have always been on the minds of all Verge fans and XVG developer Marvin Piekarek (popularly know on twitter as @marpme_) had this to say on the progress:We are waiting on TokenPay’s team to fully implement support of debit cards to facilitate the use of Verge.
About Verge (XVG): Verge is a cryptocurrency designed for people and for everyday use. It improves upon the original Bitcoin blockchain and aims to fulfill its initial purpose of providing individuals and businesses with a fast, efficient and decentralized way of making direct transactions while maintaining your privacy.
Verge (XVG) can be bought with fiat dollars, debit and credit cards on cryptocurrency exchanges such as Changelly.com and it can be bought with cryptocurrency on exchanges such as CoinEx, Binance, and HitBTC.