XRP finds another home as Bankera exchange lists the world’s second largest altcoin
Bankera, a cryptocurrency exchange in the process of assembling a “blockchain-era bank,” has expanded its assortment of cryptocurrencies offered on the platform. The third-largest coin by market cap, XRP, is the newest addition to the platform.
The addition was announced by the exchange via its official Twitter handle. The announcement read,
Great news! #XRP — one of the most popular coins on the market — is now supported on Bankera Exchange. Head to our blog to read more about the newly listed #cryptocurrency: https://t.co/rEviYDXmbQ pic.twitter.com/24aoMOpZF9
— Bankera Exchange (@BankeraExchange) August 12, 2019
Additionally, the exchange also confirmed the listing of XRP through a blog post. The blog post stated that XRP can be traded by pairing it up with four “leading cryptocurrencies” namely, Bitcoin [BTC], Ethereum [ETH], Tether [USDT] and the exchange’s native token, the Banker token [BNK].
The exchange further revealed that users with BNK tokens would have an upper hand at trading XRP, as the exchange offers “fee-free” trading for BNK holders.
Users can trade, deposit and withdraw XRP from the exchange as the services have already been activated on the platform.
Bankera exchange concluded the blog post by suggesting that the latest update is the first of many more to come in the future. The blog post added,
“XRP coin is the first new addition to Bankera Exchange, but it is definitely not going to be the only one. As we are planning to offer our users an extensive selection of cryptocurrencies, more coins and tokens will be added to the platform in the near future.”
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