SNT should have been added to Coinbase long ago, which is why I bought it in the first place. It’s been months since that rumor circulated and I’m really losing hope that we’ll ever see SNT on CB. So far, there hasn’t been a legitimate update from the team about any developments, so I think my bags are beginning to feel heavy.
David April 28, 2019 Reply
Status is such a cool project. I've already been using their platform since they released the beta version and sending crypto through text messages makes so much sense. You can tell SNT is going to be huge because even Facebook has tried to implement something similar. They want to copy SNT and basically make crypto payments via their chat. It's funny watching all these big tech companies trying to rip off all the decentralized networks that are trying to protect us from the harmful practices of companies like FaceBook.
Stuart April 1, 2019 Reply
SNT is the revolutionary blockchain messaging dApp. This is one of the OG ethereum projects and they're working with potentially facebook for messaging and crypto payments. This is going to be huge in the next 1-2 years, and since 2019 is the year of adoption, i expect this coin to do no less than a 5x in the coming months.
Roger March 16, 2019 Reply
SNT is a messenger that allows its users to send crypto. And? Why can't anyone just use MEW and just send to whoever since its all ERC-20 anyway? The use case for SNT is basically zero considering anyone can send any ERC-20 via MEW. It's easy to jump on a bandwagon when a project releases a cool sounding whitepaper. It's important the crypto community to do research into projects with a viable future.
Jared March 1, 2019 Reply
Status has also shown great transparency throughout its project by providing weekly updates to its platform via its blog and even giving public credit to those who have contributed to its GitHub.
Olly January 28, 2018 Reply
Status is more than a messenger. Send payments and smart contracts to friends from within chats, and enjoy encrypted messaging by default, using a peer-to-peer protocol that doesn’t rely on centralized servers. ...