FCoin Lists XRP and MIOTA: It’s going to be a big week for Ripple (XRP) and IOTA (MIOTA), as well as six other cryptocurrencies. Every week is important in the crypto sector, but this week has an edge up on, say, last week. Why? Because XRP and MIOTA, as well as several other digital currencies, are featured on FCoin’s listing plans for the week.
FCoin Lists XRP and MIOTA
On Wednesday, FCoin released its listing plans for the week on its website. There will be a total of eight cryptocurrencies opening on the FCoin crypto platform this week. Coins on the list include the following:
– Ripple (XRP)
– IOTA (MIOTA)
– ZRX (0x)
– Zilliqa (ZIL)
– OmiseGO (OMG)
– ICON (ICX)
– Aeternity (AE)
– Bytom (BTM)
For those who don’t know, FCoin is a Chinese crypto exchange, founded by former Huobi CTO Zhang Jian. FCoin labels itself as a “fully transparent” crypto trading platform, and it has 2 zones – the Innovation zone and the Mainstream zone.
In simplest terms, the Innovation zone includes virtual currencies that face high price fluctuations, while the Mainstream zone has currencies that don’t usually undergo price fluctuations.
Even though there are six other currencies, the masses seem to be talking the most about FCoin listing XRP and MIOTA. So, here’s what we know about the plans for each virtual currency:
Deposits for XRP will open tomorrow, June 21st. However, Ripple (XRP) related trading markets will not open in the Mainstream zone until Friday, June 22.
Right now, on the market, XRP is selling for $0.543. This puts the coin down 0.46% in the past twenty-four hours.
As for IOTA (MIOTA), trading markets for the cryptocurrency will open June 23rd, in the Mainstream zone. Note, however, that deposits for IOTA (MIOTA) start a day earlier, on June 22.
Currently, IOTA (MIOTA) is ranked as the 8th largest virtual currency by market cap. It is selling for $1.17. This puts the coin down 1.43% in the past twenty-four hours.
What do you think about FCoin listing XRP and MIOTA? Are you excited? Or are you more excited about the six other virtual currencies that are on the list?
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