The crypto industry welcomes a new exchange which will definitely boost the adoption of the digital assets.
eToro just launched its exchange called eToroX, and it revealed the coins that it listed at the moment.
eToroX welcomes XRP, BTC and more cryptos
The most important digital assets by trading volume will be available on the platform, including Bitcoin (BTC), Litecoin (LTC), Ethereum (ETH), XRP, Dash, Bitcoin Cash (BCH).
Besides these six digital assets, eToroX also offers eight fiat-stablecoins and 37 trading pairs including BTC-USD.
It’s also important to mention that the exchange also provides a regulated crypto wallet that can be accessed via mobile devices.
Doron Rosenblum, managing director of eToroX, said the following:
“In the coming weeks and months, we will add more crypto assets, stablecoins, and tokens to the exchange and will work with other exchanges to encourage them to list our growing range of stablecoins.”
"We're launching now 8 new stable coins, which are the most traded currencies in the world."
"We will continuously innovate @eTorox to add more features and more assets."
— Mati Greenspan (@MatiGreenspan) April 16, 2019
eToroX is planning to offer more digital assets in the future.
The new listing will definitely promote the digital assets even more which will lead to a step closer to widespread adoption of crypto.
eToro CEO and founder Yoni Assia said about the new exchange the following:
“Cryptoassets are just the first step on this journey, and we are excited to explore the opportunities offered by tokenization with the launch of our exchange.”
Crypto is headed towards mainstream adoption
This year is supposed to bring the digital assets closer to mass adoption, and more experts and crypto analysts have been predicting this step for 2019.
There have been a lot of achievements in the crypto space which seem to be making this important goal a reality sooner rather than later.
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