Stellar Lumens (XLM) is used by SatoshiPay who recently partnered with a news and opinion company based in the United Kingdom – The Register. The partnership enables users to purchase the books and articles of the company as e-books on SatoshiPay using Stellar Lumens.
SatoshiPay is a partner with Stellar Lumens and it processes one-click Nano Payment transactions. The Register – which is one of the biggest technology-news online channels in the United Kingdom – will start selling their digital contents and data using SatoshiPay. To honor this recent development and partnership, 1 million Stellar Lumens (XLM) tokens will be given away as free credits to SatoshiPay Users.
The Integration of SatoshiPay
SatoshiPay and its advanced Nano payment system that are incorporated within the secured network of content that is offered by The Register, will now make physical books to be available online as e-books. For beginners, Geek’s Guide to Britain (one of the most popular books of The Register), is already available as an e-book that can be purchased on SatoshiPay.
The second batch of the giveaway will be of 50 Stellar Lumens (XLM) tokens to 20k users that will cost about $20 per users. The payment platform has continued to enhance their transaction system that is based on the Stellar network. They have also introduced an improved version of advanced malpractice protection, multi-signature handling, and have increased the stability of their customized Stellar Lumens wallet.
The giveaway tokens can be used to buy e-books, and they can also be used to carry out transactions on several sites that support SatoshiPay. On this collaborative event, the co-founder of the Stellar Development Foundation – Jed McCaleb said” “this is a great and exciting moment for Stellar Lumens and the digital currency community at large, as it represents one of the first mainstream uses of blockchain payments in getting across to a lot of customers.