The latest update in the Ripple community is that XRP is now acceptable as a currency on Blockcard, a debit card that allows people to spend cryptocurrency in places where major credit cards are accepted around the world.
Ternio, the creator of Blockcard, who boasts moving money including cryptocurrency instantly, revealed the update earlier today.
With Blockcard, users of XRP can now spend their coin around that world in places where VISA is accepted. Blockcard also has Google and Apple Pay support, allowing people to spend their XRP tokens in places where payment accepted via Google and Apple Pay.
Ternio is bridging the gap between the traditional finance world and cryptocurrency. The platform is among the few pushing for the adoption of cryptocurrency as a payment option.
Ternio said XRP will be officially incorporated into its platform this week.
“With the release date being this week for XRP to be available on Blockcard, follow our page to get the latest on the news of this exciting release”.
Blockcard allows people to completely rely on crypto by performing transactions without needing to convert their assets to fiat currency. BlockCard says no fee is required on its platform for performing transactions, exchanges or deposits.
However, a low monthly rate of $5 is required, but waived for users that perform transactions over $750.
XRP/ETH Pair added to Binance Margin Trading List
Binance crypto exchange has established that it is adding the XRP/ETH pair to its Margin Trading platform to meet the demand of users.
— Binance (@binance) November 5, 2019
Just like ETH, BNB, TRX, and EOS, XRP was earlier paired with Bitcoin [BTC] and Tether [USDT] alone on the Margin Trading Platform. This development makes XRP one of the few coins that are tradable against altcoins.
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