XRP [XRP] listed on Netcoins; XRP available for purchase at over 21,000 retail outlets


After a difficult week, the cryptocurrency market seems to have stabilized somewhat. With prices that saw a one-hour surge, the week began to become the week of XP. On August 13, Mark Binss, CEO of Netcoins, a virtual ATM vendor for retail stores, announced that he had listed XRP [XRP] on its platform.

This would mean that XRP will be readily available for purchase in the best countries such as Canada, Europe and Australia. Customers can buy the currency in over 21,000 stores in these countries. In addition, the currency is also available for immediate purchase on the Over-the-Counter counter [OTC].

Netcoins, is a software development company that focuses on providing a convenient way to buy and sell cryptocurrencies and invest through brokerage service. Before the listing of XRP [XRP] the platform had listed Litecoin [LTC] on its platform, last week.

Mark Binns, CEO of Nitecoins said:

"By adding more coins, we give our customers more options to buy and our retailers more ways to earn commissions Ripple [XRP] completes the first 3 cryptos in our portfolio and makes our platform more attractive, once again, to other paid altcoins "

Adds also:

" Our team of engineers is performing perfectly, adding Ripple [XRP] one business day after Litecoin, giving our sales team even more ammo to carry around the LaaS recurring coin adverts "

Shlepdog, a Twitterati says:

" Happy to hear XRP was listed on Netcoin ".

Currently, together with the addition of XRP [XRP] the top coins listed on the platform are Bitcoin [BTC] Litecoin [LTC] XRP [XRP] and Ethereum [ETH].

Recently, Bittrex, one of the largest trading platforms in the world, had announced that it would list XRP with the USD bond. In addition, the XRP community has called Binance, the largest trading platform in terms of trading, to make XRP their basic cryptocurrency.

According to CoinMarketCap, at the time of the press, XRP [XRP] was trading at $ 0.30 with a market capitalization of $ 11 billion. The currency has seen a decline of over 28% in the last 7 days and almost 1% in the last 24 hours.

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