eToroX Adds Three More XRP Trading Pairs, Along with 7 Stablecoin Options to Ripple’s Coin


Have you heard of the launch of eToroX? eToroX is the fully regulated crypto exchange created by the team behind the social trading platform eToro.

The new platform seems to be very friendly with Ripple’s XRP tokens, since it has listed XRP against seven stablecoin pairs so far, they are GBPX, EURX, USDEX, CHFX, CADX, AUDX and JPYX.

Now, the company has surprised XRP investors and the community by announcing seven new crypto pairs and three of them are based on XRP.

According to this tweet, you can now trade BCH/BTC, LTC/BCH, BCH/ETH, ETH/XRP, ETH/LTC, LTC/XRP and BCH/XRP. It is obvious that both BCH and XRP are the two most benefited coins in this update. XRP will also be the base currency of BCH/XRP and LTC/XRP, too.

eToro has also demonstrated a sharp interest in xRapid, the Ripple solution for cross-border transfers.

The CEO of the company, Yoni Assia, has recently visited Ripple’s offices to learn more about the technology, which is a clear sign that it may be used in the future by the company somehow.

About eToroX

eToroX, as we confirmed, is the new regulated exchange created by eToro. The main reason for its creation was to offer a higher number of options for the clients of the social trading platform.

With eToro, they did not have all that they needed for a fully regulated and compliant trading environment.

Also, the company was specifically created to cater to institutional investors as well since they are the ones with all the money. The platform is still very new, but its creators hope to consolidate it in the market during 2019.

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