Mass adoption is the way forward for developments, and cryptocurrency companies and organizations have realized the potential of future growth. Popular cryptocurrency exchanges have always tried to increase the size of their rosters by adding more assets into their fold with the mantra being; the more popular the cryptocurrency, the more weight for the exchange.
According to latest reports, Bankera, an exchange popular for planning to build a ‘blockchain era bank,’ has announced that they would be adding Ripple’s XRP to their platform. The exchange broke this news to the public via their Twitter handle, with the message reading:
“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://blog.bankera.com/2019/08/12/xrp-the-latest-addition-to-bankera-exchange/ …”
Bankera stated that Ripple (XRP) would get paired with four other cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin, Ethereum, Tether, and the exchange’s native token, Banker token.
Holders of the Banker token will also be able to avail exclusive benefits and trade XRP without any transaction fees. Bankera was confident that the addition of XRP would only enable the ecosystem’s growth and that:
“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.”
The main idea behind the addition of Ripple (XRP) has been its association with cross border transactions, and that was made evident in Bankera’s official release as well.
With the addition of the native cryptocurrency of Ripple, users will be able to trade, deposit, and withdraw XRP as the services have already been activated on the platform.
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