Through Crypto.com’s DigiByte Price Page, you can now directly access DigiByte’s news feed. This feature will enable Crypto.com users to obtain the latest news and updates from DigiByte “DGB”, a decentralized and rapidly growing blockchain.
Crypto.com users can stay on top of DigiByte’s latest updates on its products and services in addition to accessing the latest DGB price, volume, and market capitalization data.
This announcement follows the listing of DGB tokens on Crypto.com App in May 2021. As a major player in the cryptocurrency industry, Crypto.com’s listing makes it easy for users to trade DGB tokens at true cost, with USD, EUR, GBP, and over 20 other fiat currencies.
In addition to DGB, there are currently over 100 cryptocurrencies that are listed on Crypto.com App and available for trade. To improve the efficiency of cryptocurrency transactions, Crypto.com Visa Cards offer users the opportunity to easily convert DGB and other cryptocurrencies into fiat which can then be spent at merchants worldwide.
DigiByte is the underlying blockchain ecosystem behind DGB cryptocurrency. It is an open-source UTXO proof of work blockchain that can be used for digital assets, smart contracts, decentralized applications, and more.
Launched in early 2014, DigiByte consists of three layers. The top layer functions like an app store with clear real-world uses. Various types of digital assets, decentralized applications “dApps,” and smart contracts can be created with the DigiAssets protocol, which runs on top of the DigiByte blockchain. The middle layer consists of an immutable public ledger, which ensures the security and administration of the blockchain.
Finally, the bottom layer is the core protocol of DigiByte. It provides communication and operating procedures through thousands of nodes run by contributors to the DigiByte blockchain.
Those three layers provide — so far — six pillars, namely being the ultimate merchant coin, proof or authenticity, authentication protocol, tokenization, DeFi, and Proof of Community.
For security purposes, DigiByte uses five proof-of-work algorithms. In order to mint new DigiBytes, they must be mined.
DigiByte does not have a CEO or a company controlling its blockchain. Rather, the founder, developers, and the community consist of dedicated unpaid volunteers worldwide who eliminate single points of failure to ensure the integrity and continuity of the DigiByte ecosystem.
Founded in 2016, Crypto.com has grown into a fully-fledged and well-known international cryptocurrency hub in just a few short years. Its crypto ecosystem consists of the Crypto.com App, Crypto.com Exchange, Crypto.com DeFi Wallet, DeFi Swap, Crypto Earn, Crypto Credit, Price Page, NFT marketplace, Ethereum Gas Fees Tracker, and many other services. Crypto.com works with regulatory institutions all over the globe and aims to bring you the most convenient way to buy, sell, trade, and spend cryptocurrencies. The Crypto.com App allows users to buy over 100 top cryptocurrencies at true cost, to earn high interest on their crypto, to manage their Crypto.com Visa Cards, and to easily make crypto payments, along with many other rewarding features. The company’s Crypto.com DeFi Wallet is non-custodial, so users can have full control of their private keys.
Crypto.com is a highly secure and regulated crypto platform with numerous security certifications and assessments awarded by top security auditors. Crypto.com has obtained the following certificates:
● ISO/IEC 27001:2013, ISO/IEC 27701:2019, PCI:DSS 3.2.1, Level 1 compliance and CCSS.
● ISO/IEC 27701:2019 Certification for privacy risk management by SGS.
● ISO/IEC 27001:2013 Certification for information security management by Bureau Veritas.
● Level 1 (highest degree) PDC:DSS standard for complying with strict requirements in the payment card industry.
● CCSS (Cryptocurrency Security Standard) — a series of strict security requirements for storing, accepting, and transacting cryptocurrencies.
● Adaptive (Tier 4) rating — National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Privacy Framework
● Adaptive (Tier 4) rating — National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Cybersecurity Framework