Ripple’s Crypto Coin XRP Gets Over 130 New Trading Pairs on Canadian Exchange, CoinField
Vancouver, Canada-based cryptocurrency trading platform, CoinField has announced the addition of more than 130 new coins against fiat and digital asset XRP.
XRP as a base currency has been gaining a lot of traction as back in December, the largest cryptocurrency exchange Binance officially added XRP as a base currency. Now, CoinField, after getting down with their legal evaluation and security review will make these coins live with XRP as a base currency on its exchange.
We're glad to announce 130+ new coins have been successfully integrated to our #TESTNET and will be added to @CoinFieldEX eventually once our #legal evaluation and security review is done. We will offer these new coins in both fiat & #XRP based trading pairs. #cryptocurrency pic.twitter.com/z7xzFjH2Lt
— Bob Ras (@bobrasX) March 21, 2019
The list of coins will be announced by the co-founder and CEO of CoinField, Babak Bob Ras at a later date ‘when the right time comes.’
— Michael Arrington (@arrington) March 21, 2019
CoinFielf is not the only Canadian exchange to go live with XRP. Just recently, Toronto-based Coinberry added XRP and BitBuy also listed XRP with CAD (Canadian Dollar).
This week, XRP has seen a lot of additions and an increase in liquidity thanks to the new trading pairs announced by exchanges against the third largest cryptocurrency.
Estonia-based Codex successfully finished the listing process of XRP with XRP/BTC, XRP/USDT pairs that now available for trading. Early this week, Valr, the partner exchange of Bittrex also made XRP trading live against BTC and ETH pairs.
What About The Price?
At the time of writing, the third largest cryptocurrency by market cap of nearly $13 billion, has been trading at $0.31 with 24-hours loss of 2.60 percent while managing the daily trading volume of over $810 million, which last week has been around $530 million.
Meanwhile, ScienceGuy9489, sees XRP going to $4 very soon as it gets ready for a breakout.
— Etherdamus (@Etherdamus) March 20, 2019