XinFin’s XDC Now Available Through Exchange

The evergrowing XinFin’s XDC token is now available through one of the most prominent and superintendent exchanges The exchange now incorporates XinFin and now XDC tokens could be traded through it.

In addition, the integration is made with a focus on interoperability. More so, XinFin aims to bridge the gap between existing legacy systems and blockchain with their blockchain consortium. Users can trade XDC with ETH, USDT, and BTC.

Quick Background on XinFin XDC

XinFin XDC now stands unique in the smart contract blockchain ecosystem. Moreover, it has been established and now reigns in the smart contracts blockchain owing to the massive features. However, these include more security attributes, versatility in its hybrid blockchain, and increasing fast performance.

All-in-all, XinFin XDC depends on the XinFin delegated-proof-of-stake (XDPoS), in which XinFin could achieve maximum performance with low power consumption. Even more, this XDPoS is power-backed by the XDC protocol directly. XinFin is the first-ever smart contract blockchain to utilize a proof-of-stake (PoS) agreement. XDC token is XinFin’s very own token through which the entire network works all its blockchain-related contracts. Exchange is one of the most prominent exchanges that focus on empowering users from all over the world to trade digital currencies easily and confidently. This platform is utilized by first-time traders to advanced traders. This platform works with high liquidity, 24/7 support, and dozens of crypto trade pairs. Added to this, the platform offers attractive features for trading any cryptocurrencies.  

More so, with a lot of attention from users the exchange offers many dedicated wallets. Notably, the current version of the exchange was relaunched in 2015. Also, this exchange charges only a minimal taker or maker fee charge.

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Former CEO sues oracle over 37.5M allegedly unpaid tokens

Mate Tokay,’s former CEO, is taking legal action against a small-cap crypto he advised for reportedly failing to pay him 37.5 million BRG tokens worth $525,000.

Tokay claims that he was never paid for his services, despite the project using his name for recognition to attract investment for’s $8 million initial exchange offering three months ago. He adds that Bridge’s founder Sina Estavi offered to compensate Tokay with “a far lower sum” than what was agreed in their contract, adding that other advisors have allegedly received similar treatment.

At current prices, the reportedly promised stash of 37.5 million BRG would be worth $525,000 in total.

Tokay further alleges that the circulating supply for BRG claimed by is inaccurate, noting he has informed “other crypto industry market leaders, price aggregations sites, and relevant exchanges” of the “massive” discrepancy between BRG’s purported and actual and circulating supply.

Tokay warned that the discrepancy could leave BRG investors vulnerable to a “classic pump and dump,” describing’s actions as “market manipulation.”

While crypto market data aggregator CoinGecko currently does not list data for BRG’s circulating supply or market cap, CoinMarketCap ranks BRG as the 231st-largest crypto asset with a capitalization of $141 million.

Bridge Oracle 180-day price chart. Source: CoinGecko

BRG has slumped from $0.019 to $0.017 over the past 24 hours, suggesting that some investors are dumping amid Tokay’s lawsuit — with more than 97% of volume originating from a single exchange.

Despite the legal action, the price of BRG is up more than 200% over the past 30 days. did not immediately respond to Cointelegraph’s request for comment.