Several things have been going on with Sterlingcoin lately, so it’s time we take a look at what they have been up to. Considering this altcoin is one month old now, they have come a long way, and more great things are coming by the looks of it!
First of all, CNET, which once used to be an incredibly popular site for downloading software, has approved both the Macintosh and Windows version of the SLG client. Sterlingcoin download links on CNET can be found here.
In order to gain more credibility in the world of digital currency and altcoins, Sterlingcoin has gone through the Coins Source Trust Verification process. SLG is now rated 7/7, as the last point was awarded once the coin was in existence for at least 30 days. You can find more information here.
For those of you who haven’t heard, there is a StartJOIN campaign in order to fund the Sterlingcoin Crypto Currency Card. Every card will come pre-loaded with 50 SLG. A total of 1,000 GBP is needed to fund the project, and so far, 20 people have backed the project for a total of 540 GBP. You can find more details about this campaign here.
Last but not least, users can now search for Sterlingcoin addresses when using the transaction explorer. While this might seem like a trivial development to some of you, it is a feature important to several crypto enthusiasts out there. Click here for more details.