Boerse Stuttgart Digital Exchange (BSDEX), a regulated cryptocurrency trading exchange based in Germany has announced to add trading support for three more digital currencies including the second-largest cryptocurrency Ethereum (ETH), the fourth-ranked digital currency XRP, and Litecoin (LTC). The trading of these cryptocurrencies has been launched against the fiat currency Euro (EUR).
BSDEX now offers trade on ETH, XRP, and LTC
The trading of Ethereum (ETH), XRP, and Litecoin (LTC) is now available on the trading platform of the Boerse Stuttgart Digital Exchange which is considered as the second-largest stock exchange in Germany. Users of the BSDEX exchange now can trade these popular digital currencies against the Euro the native currency of Germany.
As a first regulated digital trading platform in Germany, BSDEX launched its cryptocurrency trading platform in the year 2019 when it firstly announced the trading support for Bitcoin (BTC) the largest cryptocurrency in the world by market capitalization and allowed traders to trade BTC against EUR. Now, it has expanded its platform and list of crypto offerings by adding more famous digital assets onto its trading platform.
There are now four top-traded crypto assets available for trading on the Boerse Stuttgart Digital Exchange Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), XRP, and Litecoin (LTC). Deposits and withdrawals are completely free on these digital assets and fees are competitive.
Maximilian von Wallenberg, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Boerse Stuttgart Digital Exchange GmbH revealed that after introducing trading of ETH and other major assets, they are planning on adding more digital currencies in the future in order to offer transparent and reliable trading at the exchange.
“We are continuously screening for which cryptocurrencies we can offer reliable and transparent trading at BSDEX. After Ethereum, Litecoin and XRP, further cryptocurrencies and, in the future, other digital assets will follow.”
Boerse Stuttgart introduced a trading platform for cryptocurrencies when the banks in Germany were given permission in Nov 2019 to start storing, selling and receiving cryptocurrencies from the year 2020. And there is also an application known as Bison available for cryptocurrency trading that was launched in 2019.