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Blockchain.com gives away Stellar XLM

Blockchain Luxembourg S.A. added Stellar Lumens to their portofolio, you can now buy and sell Stellar on their platform.

To celebrate that they give away 25$ worth of XLM, so be fast to join the free gift!

Why do you give away crypto for free?

At Blockchain we are passionate about connecting the world with crypto and helping our users communicate with crypto-assets in a secure and easy way. The first step to becoming an active participant in the crypto-ecosystem is getting a crypto-item. By offering XLM free to our users, we hope to help build a larger community of crypto users.

What are you giving away?

We have partnered with the Stellar Development Foundation (Stellar Development Foundation) to provide free Stellar Lumens (XLM) to Blockchain Wallet users. XLM is a token that enables fast, low-cost global transactions. More information here. Whether you already have a crypto, or are crypto, this is your chance to help build the future of finance.

What do I have to do to receive XLM?

To receive your XLM, you must create a Blockchain wallet or log in to your existing Wallet and verify your identity. Once your identity is verified, you are on the list to receive your XLM – and future opportunities to access free crypto! We are giving XLM away on a first come first reward basis.

How much XLM do I receive?

Once your identity has been verified, you will receive $ 25 in XLM. This is just the beginning. By verifying your identity, you are automatically signed up for additional giveaways.

What can I do with my XLM?

It is up to you! XLM is designed to deal with your friends and family around the world within seconds.

Go get your free Stellar XLM here


They also added lockbox send and receive straight from your offline hardware wallet. Blockchain Lockbox works seamlessly with your Blockchain Wallet.

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