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Through his Twitter account, Anthony Lusardi, Director of the Ethereum Classic Network, announced a new collaboration with Ethereum’s Google Chrome extension MetaMask.

MetaMask is working on to support Ethereum Classic (ETC), announced Lusardi. In his tweet, it is clear that the process is already in progress, without specifying the date of the official launch.

 

MetaMask is a Google Chrome extension that makes the connection between Ethereum-based distributed apps, also known as “Daaps” and users’ Chrome browser. “The extension injects the Ethereum web3 API into every website’s javascript context, so that dapps can read from the blockchain.”

MetaMask is a bridge that allows you to visit the distributed web of tomorrow in your browser today. It allows you to run Ethereum dApps right in your browser without running a full Ethereum node,” MetaMask wrote on its website.

Lusardi’s announcement continues to be a joy among the Ethereum Classic community, as cryptocurrency’s price has risen 20% after Coinbase’s listing statement. Also, it’s notable the launch of the “world’s first decentralized exchange based on Ethereum Classic network” dubbed as Radex Classic. Keeping in mind that ETC seeks to regain market reputation, this announcement will certainly support the company’s goal and raise the currency in the top 10.

The ETC support isn’t yet officially confirmed!

A new announcement was posted on Lusardi’s Twitter page on 25th June, which states that the project is not yet confirmed, so that we shouldn’t hurry with the statements.

METAMASK ADDING $ETC SUPPORT IS NOT OFFICIALLY CONFIRMED. WE ARE WORKING TOGETHER AND HOPE TO GET INCLUDED. I’D EVEN SAY CHANCES ARE HIGH. BUT IT’S NOT OFFICIAL. CRYPTO “JOURNALISTS” ARE THE WORST JOURNALISTS.

(some are great; they’re journalists, not “journalists”).

According to CoinMarketCap, Ethereum Classic is ranked 16th among the most traded cryptocurrencies. ETC has a market capitalization of $ 1,597,219,737 and is traded at $ 15.57, with an increase of 3.30%.

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