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September 16, 2021
Newton Team
September 16, 2021
Newton Team
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More new coins! Terra (LUNA), TerraUSD (UST) and OMG Network (OMG) are now available on Newton.

Trading and funding support is enabled, and withdrawals will be coming soon. Please note that LUNA and UST must be sent to Newton using the native Terra network, and OMG must be sent using ERC20.

Terra (LUNA) is a decentralized payments network that uses the tendermint Proof-of-Stake (PoS) consensus mechanism. LUNA is the native reserve token of the Terra protocol, and is used to stabilize the price of Terra stablecoins, mine transactions through staking, and provide monetary incentives for validators on the Terra blockchain.

TerraUSD (UST) is an algorithmic, decentralized stablecoin that is pegged to the US Dollar through the burning of Terra’s reserve asset LUNA. TerraUSD is used to facilitate the use of payment services across the Terra network, provide interest earnings for holders, and supports seamless cross-border value exchange.

OMG Network (OMG) is a peer-to-peer network designed to support borderless, transparent financial transactions globally across multiple blockchains. The OMG token is used to pay for services on the OMG network.

Update on funding and withdrawals for new coins

Funding is now available for ZRX, BAL, DASH, and KNC, and withdrawals are now available for ENJ, AXS, BAT, and PAXG.

Questions for our team about ALGO and other new coins? Join our community on Reddit and get in touch with us on Twitter.

Like what you see? Head over to your dashboard and start trading!

We're always adding new coin pairs – If you have a pair you'd like to have support for, let us know! support@newton.co
The content on this site is for informational purposes only. The content is not intended to be investment advice or any other kind of professional advice. Before taking any action based on this content you should consult a professional.

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