Digital Securities Exchange (DSX), a UK-based cryptocurrency exchange that reportedly started operations in 2014 with regulatory approval has added XRP to its list of tradable assets.
DSX announced the new development on Monday, further revealing that it has added three trading pairs for the third-largest cryptocurrency by market cap: USD, EUR, and BTC.
— DSX Exchange (@DSX_uk) December 23, 2019
Before now, DSX also supports the trading of Bitcoin, Ether, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin SV, EOS and Bitcoin Gold.
How Does DSX Rank Among Other Exchanges?
While DSX claim to be founded in 2014, the cryptocurrency exchange has a low following on Twitter, just above 1000, and also remarkably low volume, $2,053,169 in the last 24 hours according to CoinMarketCap.
On the positive side though, the UK-based crypto trading platform ranks 19th on CoinMarketCap’s recently introduced Liquidity Metric which was formulated to solve the issue of fake trading volumes on cryptocurrency exchanges.
Moving back to XRP, the cryptocurrency is enjoying a rare green day, a 1.14% increase that mimics the general performance of the general crypto market which has seen a fresh inflow of capital in the last 24 hours.
Bitcoin (BTC) as we reported earlier in the day is poised to reclaim the $8,000 region if it can manage to hold its current support levels.