The recognized fintech company Revolut has added support to two important cryptocurrencies in the market, Ripple (XRP), and Bitcoin Cash (BCH). According to a press release uploaded by the enterprise, there will be five different virtual currencies available for its customers: Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Bitcoin Cash and Litecoin.

The company offers a reliable and secure platform with services that are helping users buy, sell and store virtual currencies. Additionally, the London-based company is used by clients all over the world to instantly exchange 25 different fiat currencies.

The decision to add new virtual currencies is related to the number of customers that has been asking for new currencies to be supported.

“We’ve been asking the Revolut community which cryptocurrencies they would like to see next, and the demand for both XRP and Bitcoin Cash has been absolutely overwhelming,” said Vlad Yatsenko, Co-Founder & CTO of Revolut. “After months of negotiations and development work, we’re incredibly excited to offer exposure to these two digital currencies to the UK market.”

The company explains that they have been working in a service that will allow users to gain frictionless exposure of cryptocurrencies to the interested population. There are no complicated sign-up mechanisms, and the users will not have to be worried about private keys and other complicated terms.

Bitcoin Cash and Ripple are expanding in many different platforms all over the world. Adoption is a reality as more companies and businesses are working with these two important virtual currencies in the market.

Revolut is one of the most known and respected enterprises in the crypto world and has been expanding since its started its operations.

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