While all XRP holders (excluding Jed McCaleb), both users of centralized and decentralized wallets, are eligible for Spark token airdrop within Flare fork roll-out, many platforms decided to release one-click features to assist their customers in this process.
Uphold platform will support Spark airdrop
Today, on Oct.16, the team of Flare Networks tasked with the launch of XRP Ledger ‘utility fork’ Flare, unveiled the name of its new partner. Uphold multi-asset trading platform will support Spark distribution from its day one.
Incorporated in London, England, this platform offers an impressive trading suite with 1,000+ assets available. Besides numerous cryptos (7 blockchains, several tokens), it allows customers to trade national currencies (ForEx) and precious metals.
Unlike many popular retail cryptocurrency services, it is available for United States customers. Uphold has deployed applications for Android-based and iOS-based devices.
Uphold provides services to 35 countries with direct bank connectivity that brings its total users’ count to 3.5 mln globally. Also, Uphold shared the plans to issue debit cards.
All sorts of services assist XRP users to join Flare
During last days, more and more cryptocurrency services have confirmed the support of Spark distribution. When it comes to centralized entities, many cross-asset exchanges and crypto lenders assist their XRP holders in receiving Spark.
Yesterday, on Oct.15., the first-ever hardware biometric wallet D’Cent released a manual for the seamless claiming of Spark tokens for its users. This release is accompanied by massive XRP airdrop.
XRPL Labs lead developer Wietse Wind developed ready-made instruments for XRP holders who use decentralized storages like XUMM wallet.
It should be noticed that Spark tokens will be airdropped to all XRP holders who claim them prior to Dec.12 in 1:1 proportion. Spark will be used in Flare, newly-launched programmatic blockchain that will empower XRPL instruments with a smart contracts capability.