Ripple (XRP) is expanding its presence in the global cryptocurrency market. The third biggest coin by market cap is reaching new investors on at least five crypto exchanges.
Today, XRP debuted on Independent Reserve, Australia’s first officially regulated crypto exchange. Customers can trade XRP and buy it with fiat (USD, AUD and NZD).
Our worst kept secret is now official! Independent Reserve will be releasing Ripple XRP on Saturday 7th July at 7pm AEST.
Enjoy 0.1% brokerage fees on XRP trading for 2 weeks!
As part of this we will be performing maintenance from 1pm.
Read more here:https://t.co/LfvQnJlXf1
— Independent Reserve (@indepreserve) July 5, 2018
One of India’s leading exchanges UnoDAX just added XRP on its new trading platform, with four new crypto-to-crypto trading pairs: Litecoin, Bitcoin Gold, FunFair and Zilliqa. XRP has also just been added to B2BX, a relatively new exchange focused on attracting hedge funds and crypto brokers. XRP is paired with Bitcoin, Tether and B2BX.
One of the biggest exchanges featuring XRP may turn out to be SBI’s new VCTRADE exchange in Japan. After a brief trial period, the financial giant officially plans to roll out the new platform to the public and its millions of customers this month, featuring XRP, Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash.
According to Business Insider Japan, SBI’s president says he’s preparing for the exchange to become “number one in the blink of an eye” and handle any amount of traffic that comes its way.
Last but not least, DX.Exchange will open its doors to the public on July 25th. The exchange is being built on Nasdaq’s market-leading matching engine technology and will feature XRP right out of the gate.
— DX.Exchange (@DXdotExchange) June 4, 2018