Important Altcoin News to Watch in May

Important events will take place in the altcoin market between May 12 and May 31, 2021.

As of today, important events and updates in the altcoin market are gaining momentum. During the day, DSLA Protocol (DSLA), Student Coin (STC) news drew attention. 

DSLA Protocol (DSLA)

L2 Mainnet Polygon

DSLA Protocol and DSLA Ethereum L2 scaling network are coming in Polygon / Matic.

Student Coin (STC)

Kucoin Listing

Student Coin listed on KuCoin. Student Coin will also be listed on Bitcoin.com on May 13th.

Important events that will take place from May 15 to May 31 are as follows:

Minter (BIP)

Coin Burn

Date: May 15

Minter is a digital asset marketplace that allows anyone to buy, sell, send and spend BTC, ETH, BIP, USDC, gold, oil, stocks, and much more in one decentralized network. BIP is integrated with Ethereum and Binance Smart Chain to provide cross-chain transfers and exchanges.

Minter will burn around 300 million BIP (or $ 6.3 million at current prices) to boost the network’s economy.

Bitcoin Cash (BCH)

update

Date: May 15

“The next Bitcoin Cash update will bring many improvements for users and investors.”

SmartKey (SKEY)

SmartKey Testnet

Date: May 15

Testnet, combining with Blockchain of Things technology of the 2nd generation oracle special #smartkey block chain eateries to create is called a step.

NEO (NEO)

RC2 Testnet

Date: May 18

RC2 testnet will be installed on May 18th.

Seedify.fund (SFUND)

Mainnet launch

Date: May 28

Cardano (ADA)

Alonzo Update

Date: end of May

Cardano (ADA), Alonzo update will take place at the end of May. 

Polkacity (POLC)

NFT Marketplace

Date: May 31st or earlier.

Polkacity will broadcast the NFT market with Certik Audit.

Stay tuned to SinceCoin to learn more about Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.

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