Crypto Exchange Luno Lists XRP Tokens On It’s Platform

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  • Luno has started to list the XRP on its platform and is growing at a very good rate.
  • Luna has operations in 40 countries and is serving over 3.5 million customers worldwide.
  • Luno currently only supports a few coins, namely Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Bitcoin Cash, and has XRP on the way to be available shortly.

Luno has started to list the XRP on its platform and is growing at a very good rate. Formerly known as BitX, Luno exchange had earlier announced that it is now going to list XRP to its platform.

It is one of the fully regulated exchanges in Malaysia, amongst the other two. It allows it’s investors to buy, sell, and store cryptocurrencies. Though the exchange is a fully regulated one in Malaysia, it is originally headquartered out of London, UK.

Luna’s market cap rating, according to the Coinmarketcap, is rated to be on the 140th position by the amount of volume only. Luna has operations in 40 countries and is serving over 3.5 million customers worldwide.

Luno currently only supports a few coins, namely Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Bitcoin Cash, and has XRP on the way to be available shortly. No official date for the launch of the XRP tokens has been released as of now.

Luno’s trading volume in the last 24 hours is reported to be at well over Bitcoin 487.30, and the most active trading pair available on the Luno exchange platform is XBT/UGX.

Luno was established in the year 2013 and has Bitcoin exchange, bitcoin wallet service and also bitcoin API as it’s services. Luno not only operates on the cryptos but also on the traditional currencies. The exchange had been set up by Timothy Stranex.

Timothy Stranex is a graduate from the university of cape town with a B.Sc. Timothy Stranex had started his career in the industry as a software engineer and worked at Google in Switzerland.

In his four years of tenure in Google, he had worked on the creation of google maps and also completed his M.Sc in the subject of theoretical physics from the University of Zürich.

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