Bitvavo goes ahead and adds two new cryptocurrencies

Dutch crypto exchange Bitvavo is home to many Dutch Bitcoin (BTC) and altcoin investors. It is not for nothing that it is the largest fair in our small country. It provides a wide range of crypto coins to its customers and regularly adds new projects. After adding Sei (SEI) to the platform last week, the baton was passed to SPACE ID (ID) and ARPA Network (ARPA) today.

Bitvavo also offers Crypto Insiders readers a nice welcome gift. New customers currently receive 10 euros free of charge and free of charge, which you can then spend on your favorite crypto. In addition, you can trade the first 10,000 euros free of charge. All you have to do is register via this link.


SPACE ID is a project launched on Binance Launchpad in March this year. SPACE ID is a so-called ‘“Universal Name Service” Network that allows users to convert long, complex crypto addresses into human-readable Web3 domain names.

You may have heard of the similar Ethereum Name Service (ENS). Like SPACE ID, this is a name service. However, as the name suggests, the Ethereum Name Service focuses solely on the Ethereum (ETH) network.

Unlike the Ethereum Name Service, SPACE ID allows you to register your own domain on different blockchains.

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The ID token is guide Project token. owner of ID tokens can actively contribute to decision-making within SPACE ID. Owning ID tokens therefore offers you the opportunity to influence the future of the project.

ARPA network

Like SPACE ID, ARPA Network is a newcomer to the crypto world. ARPA is an Ethereum token that was launched in June this year. ARPA is the driving force behind the so-called ARPA Chain. ARPA Chain is a computing network that integrates privacy-protecting smart contracts, data storage, and scalability outside the chain transactions possible.

ARPA tokens are used not only to pay for data and computing services on the network, but also to govern the future of the network.

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