UK exchange operating since 2014 lists XRP

by | Dec 23, 2019

Digital Securities Exchange (DSX) is a fully integrated electronic trading platform tailored for digital currencies. DSX was launched in 2014 with the support of the FCA authorised Electronic Money Institution becoming the first company in the UK and Europe to provide a regulated environment to trade digital currencies.

On December 23rd, DSX tweeted out the addition of XRP on its trading platform.

DSX will be adding 3 XRP pairs: USD, EUR and BTC.

Even though DSX’s volume is relatively low, at the time of writing its CMC (CoinMarketCap) liquidity ranking is 19th, with $6.261.797.

The DSX pairs have been added on our XRP markets and XRP fiat pairs pages.

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