Luno Exchange announced the addition of XRP on its platform according to XRParcade. Luno was founded in 2013 and has more than 2 million customers in 40 countries and a team of more than 150 people. The exchange is headquartered in London and also has offices in Singapore, South Africa, Malaysia, Indonesia and Nigeria.
Ripple XRP is the fourth crypto asset added by Luno. Before that, Bitcoin, Ethereum and Bitcoin Cash were added.
Although Luno’s trading volume is relatively small ($ 2.4 million at the time of writing), it offers trading using a wide range of fiat currencies EUR (euro), IDR (Indonesian rupiah), MYR (Malaysian ringgit), NGN (Nigerian Naira), SGD (Singapore Dollar), UGX (Ugandan Shilling), ZAR (South African Rand), ZMW (Zambian Kwacha) and BTC (Bitcoin).
At the moment, it is not known with what currencies the Ripple XRP will be paired. However, the exchange promised to update information on the Ripple XRP soon.
The news first appeared on CryptoNinjas and was posted by KingSolomon on Twitter.