In line with a recent press release published, Malta based renowned cryptocurrency exchange namely ‘OKEx’ has listed XRP [Ripple] & BCH [Bitcoin Cash] on its C2C [customer-to-customer] trading platform.
OKEx, the ‘3rd‘ major cryptocurrency trading market by daily mercantilism volumes at the reporting time, presently permits its users to purchase or sell Ripple [XRP] and Bitcoin Cash [BCH] with 5 supported standard fiat currencies: GBP [British pound], CNY [Chinese renminbi], VND [Vietnamese dong], RUB [Russian ruble] and THB [Thai baht] on the OKEx C2C platform.
The Thai baht was ‘added‘ to the OKEx customer-to-customer platform in mid-Feb.
During the latest upgrade, all services on the OKEx C2C platform will stay as traditional, the announcement added. The platform permits users to position orders with self-selected exchange rates and payment methods, buying or selling cryptocurrencies from other users employing fiat with zero transaction fees.
The new listings are added to already supported major cryptocurrency Bitcoin [BTC], stablecoin Tether [USDT], altcoin Ethereum [ETH] along with Litecoin [LTC], the fifth prime cryptocurrency by market cap at the reporting time.
However, at the same time the exchange has proclaimed the delisting of 3 crypto’s:
“On 25th Feb., OKEx will stop supporting Neo [NEO], Qtum [QTUM] and Exchange Union [XUC].”
Recently, OKEx has also ‘added‘ four new cryptocurrency derivative pairs to its platform, permitting users to trade BSV [Bitcoin SV], Qtum [QTUM], DASH [DASH] and NEO against Bitcoin [BTC] or Tether [USDT] on margin with a 3x leverage option.
The recently listed Ripple [XRP] coin by OKEx is the 3rd major cryptocurrency by market cap at the reporting time, having lost its prime coin position in Jan. Recently, the chief operating officer and representative director of Japanese monetary services giant SBI Holdings focused that Ripple [XRP] as one of the reasons to stay optimistic regarding the long run of the crypto businesses.
Bitcoin Cash [BCH], a cryptocurrency created as a result of a Bitcoin hard-fork in Aug. 2017, is presently ranked at the sixth-top cryptocurrency by market cap. Recently, major U.S. based cryptocurrency exchange and wallet service provider ‘Coinbase‘ ‘listed‘ Bitcoin Cash [BCH] on its Coinbase Wallet.