SLP Tokens Are Now Supported by Bchpls.io Platform and a Telegram Tip Bot
Both, Bchpls.io and a Telegram Tip Bot are now supporting SLP tokens. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) has been working on creating and sharing customized Simple ledger Protocol (SLP) tokens. Now, there are different services that are integrating and offering support to SLP tokens.
SLP Tokens Supported On Different Platforms
According to a recent report of news.Bitcoin.com, Bitcoin Cash developments were growing during the last few months. People have been trying to create unique tokens through the SLP software. There are different coins that were created with this software.
At the same time, Bitcoin Cash developers created a Telegram tipping bot that can use SLP tokens and tip them to other individuals. The cryptocurrency news site Coinspice has also implemented the tipping bot in its Telegram channel to tip each other Spicetokens. There are some Twitter threads in which users shared Spicetokens as well.
Another thing to mention is that the Badger Wallet developer Gabriel Cardona informed that they’ve launched the latest version of Badger. The official application has integrated token icons for certain tokens. That includes Spicetoken and wonton and also the SLP Torch. Users can also submit a logo.
At the same time, Bchpls.io has added support to SLP tokens. The information was released by the firm on its blog a few days ago. The tokens and ideas created by developers became more and more robust. In the future, with the current support offered by Bchpls.io and Telegram, there will be new applications for these coins.
If there are more firms, interested users and other parties using SLP tokens, it might be possible for BCH to create a new exciting token economy.
Bitcoin Cash is the sixth largest digital asset in the market in terms of valuation. Each Bitcoin Cash can be purchased by $156 and it has a market cap of $2.76 billion.