Ripple’s XRP finds support on South Africa’s iCE3X exchange
05/16/2019, 04:37:04
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South Africa-based iCE3X has announced the addition of XRP as a new trading asset on its trading platform. XRP will be paired with the local currency,

  • XRP will be paired with the local currency, the South African Rand as well as Bitcoin (BTC).
  • Ripple is currently trading at $0.3047 following a 0.83% loss.
  • XRP will be paired with the local currency, the South African Rand as well as Bitcoin (BTC).
  • XRP will be paired with the local currency, the South African Rand as well as Bitcoin (BTC).
  • Ripple is currently trading at $0.3047 following a 0.83% loss.
  • Ripple is currently trading at $0.3047 following a 0.83% loss.

    South Africa-based iCE3X has announced the addition of XRP as a new trading asset on its trading platform. XRP will be paired with the local currency, the South African Rand as well as Bitcoin (BTC). According to CryptoNinjas iCE3X:

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    “Was busy in the past month and recently implemented a new verification level that allows a user to withdraw a limited amount of BTC by verifying their phone number through SMS. With this, users can try out the full iCE3X experienced including withdrawals before fully committing to full documentation to fulfil KYC regulations.”

    “Was busy in the past month and recently implemented a new verification level that allows a user to withdraw a limited amount of BTC by verifying their phone number through SMS. With this, users can try out the full iCE3X experienced including withdrawals before fully committing to full documentation to fulfil KYC regulations.”

    Ripple is currently trading at $0.3047 following a 0.83% loss since Tuesday same time. The third largest crypto has a market cap of $12.7 billion and a 24-hour trading volume of $1 billion.

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