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Aeron’s ARN token is now available in EOS ecosystem

  • Vera Thornpike
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    Good news for EOS traders: Aeron’s ARN token is introduced in EOS ecosystem for instant bi-directional ARN ERC-20 ⇄ EOS swap


Aeron’s ARN token is now available in EOS ecosystem
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Aeron, the innovative blockchain-based aviation safety project, extends its reach to EOS ecosystem and allows for Ethereum ERC20 and EOS token swap in both directions. That will boost liquidity of the token and help Aeron strengthen its position on the market. Let’s find out how it works, and define the advantages that platform users will reap.

A few words about Aeron

Aeron project was created by experienced pilots and aviation experts to improve the aviation safety and provide comprehensive tools for flight schools and private aircraft owners and operators. Aeron features ARN ERC20-compliant token that can be simply integrated into users’ wallets and traded via exchanges and direct transfers. The fixed token supply is 20,000,000 ARN.


Aeron can be used by both aviation companies and their clients

At the moment, ARN ERC20 token is present on the major cryptocurrency exchanges: Binance, KuCoin, HitBTC and many others. Introduction of ARN into EOS ecosystem offers even more liquidity to the holders with access to the new EOS decentralized exchanges, which feature instant execution and even more convenience for users to manage their assets.

Possibilities and perspectives

With ARN token launch on the EOS blockchain, free cross-blockchain token swap is available for all Aeron token holders. From the first day, ARN EOS token is listed in all significant EOS decentralized exchanges, and MEET.ONE, the most popular EOS wallet, supports this token natively as well.

Cross-blockchain token swap is performed at 1:1 ratio: once an ERC20 token is locked, the EOS equivalent is released, and vice versa. Therefore the new ARN EOS token value is totally backed by the legacy ARN ERC20 tokens on Ethereum blockchain.

Can users keep both types of tokens? Yes, ARN EOS and ARN ERC20 tokens may be kept on different wallets and exchanged at any time. Some wallets support EOS and ERC20 tokens simultaneously. The swap isn’t obligatory, so token holders are free to use this option depending on their needs. According to Aeron, the exchange option will be available 24/7 and permanently – no time limits apply.

There are two key advantages:

  • Swap is totally free, no matter in which direction it’s made.

  • No token burning is involved, and tokens can be swapped back freely.

Instant ARN ERC20/EOS swap opens new possibilities for ARN token holders making the asset more liquid and convenient in handling, opening up EOS ecosystem famous for its instant transactions and low fees. There’s no need to surf the net in search of suitable swap options: secure token swap is performed on the Aeron website.  ARN EOS token can be further traded on Newdex, Chaince, WhaleEx, Findex, BTEX and other new EOS exchanges.

With the introduction of new EOS stable coins (EETH, EBTC, EUSD), additional ARN trading pairs will become available to facilitate value exchange and storage in EOS ecosystem.

How to perform a token swap?

In order to swap ARN ERC20 for EOS and vice versa, a user should have an EOS account. It can be registered in MEET.ONE, Paytomat Wallet or other EOS wallets (please, note that it’s a paid option that costs about $2, but sometimes sponsored by the wallet developer).

The ARN token swap is instant and the rate is fixed at 1:1, so ARN token holders won’t have to waste time placing sell/buy orders. They will enjoy a fast swap without fees.

Once EOS account is created, and tokens are swapped, a user can proceed to EOS decentralized exchanges. To register on EOS exchanges, a user will need Scatter software for the authentication process. Installation of Scatter won’t take much time, and it is compatible with all platforms. Alternatively, a QR code can be scanned to authenticate with an exchange directly from the compatible EOS wallet.

Step-by-step guide to ARN token swap

Bottom Line

At the moment, Aeron platform and the pilot shop powered by Aeron support legacy ARN ERC20 token, and EOS token integration will be done gradually through 2019. EOS salient features, such as low latency, free transactions, and scalability, can serve to improve Aeron token adoption and strengthen the business model. Meanwhile, ARN EOS token can be used by Aeron supporters to get familiar with EOS environment and its peculiarities. As example, EOS blockchain can process up to 4,000 transactions every second, making EOS exchanges the fastest decentralized exchanges in the world.

With the first ever bi-directional ERC20/EOS token swap enabled by Aeron, it may be expected that other blockchain projects will follow this method to expand their community and let the supporters enter the vibrant EOS ecosystem with their favourite tokens.

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Question of the Day: Can Stablecoins Accelerate Cryptocurrency Adoption?

  • Yuri Molchan
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    Stablecoins show hardly any volatility compared to Bitcoin and altcoins, many are hoping that they will be able to bridge new crypto economy and regular fiat money


Question of the Day: Can Stablecoins Accelerate Cryptocurrency Adoption?
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Bitcoin, the father cryptocurrency, emerged in hope that it will remove all intermediaries in electronic commerce that cut off their share of payments. BTC was perceived as a P2P way to replace fiat cash in an electronic format, which would enable one party to pay another without any financial institution or payment platform which would demand its share of a transaction as a reward for its services.

What is wrong with Bitcoin

For quite a while Bitcoin was performing the way the crypto community expected. But the situation changed later – BTC rate became weaker, thus bringing down its financial and economic reliability, when it gets to be used as a regular means of payment.


You cannot have a currency that would cost like a British castle today, a gram of gold – tomorrow and a pack of French fries the day after.

At that point practical fintech minds came up with an idea of creating something which would become a breakthrough in the universe of crypto – a so-called stablecoin.

Will stablecoins solve the volatility problem?

Technically, stablecoins are protected from the volatility roller-coaster that Bitcoin and other cryptos love to ride. They are programmed to keep their prices stable and investors now are largely attracted to this new type of digital assets.

Stablecoin does not show any volatility in its monetary value, since it has a fixed connection to an asset it is pegged to. The major goal of using stablecoins is taking the best from decentralized crypto coins and combining it with a constant value. Thanks to it, stablecoins can be used as a reliable means of trade.

Asset-pegged stablecoins

Asset-backed ones get their value from an asset as can be understood from the name. An asset provides the necessary value to a coin, as well as the necessary legitimacy.

A great example of an asset-pegged stablecoin is Tether (USDT). In spite of a series of scandals at the end of last year, it remains the most popular stablecoin in the crypto market.

Recently, it has partnered with the Tron Foundation to launch a Tron-based stablecoin.

Other examples are TrueUSD (TUSD), USD Coin (USDC), the Gemini Dollar (GUSD), and the Paxos Standard (PAX). They are all pegged to the USD.

Crypto-backed stablecoins

Some digital coins work in a similar way to fiat-backed ones, however, they are pegged to collateral crypto. That means that crypto assets that ensure the value of such stablecoins are stored in a wallet similar to escrow.

A good example of a crypto-pegged token is Maker, which is ranked 16 on CMC.

Algorithmic stablecoins

Even though, stablecoin can be interesting at first thought but the way they are built goes against the principle of decentralization that crypto coins have as a foundation. Thus, many crypto fans and evangelists are positive that stablecoins must be linked towards not a centralized asset but a computer algorithm which takes value from a balance between supply and demand.

Basis is now considered the most promising algorithmic stablecoin of all.

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Can stablecoin ensure smooth future for the crypto industry?

The primary goal of all crypto assets was and remains to come up with virtual asset that would be liquid enough and not vulnerable to market volatility. From this point of view, stablecoins are a dream of all crypto fans and evangelists of a decentralized economy.

Apart from the potential to conduct crypto transactions smoothly, experts believe it can bridge the two worlds – fiat and crypto, bringing them a mutually beneficial coexistence. However, that may take time.

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