Source: ambcrypto.com

deVere Group, one of the world’s largest independent liquid financial market and cryptocurrency exchange has given out a statement informing that they have added two new cryptocurrencies to their trading application. deVere has said that they are adding the coins because of popular demand by the users.


Stellar Lumens [XLM] and Monero [XMR] have been listed on their exchange platform. Now users of the application would be able to purchase, sell, store and trade XLM and XMR. The seven cryptocurrencies which are listed on deVere trading exchange are EOS [EOS],  Stellar Lumens [XLM], Ethereum [ETH], Litecoin [LTC], Ripple [XRP], Dash [DASH] and Monero [XMR].


The cryptocurrencies got listed right after IBM has confirmed that they are going to use Stellar blockchain for their first cryptocurrency on a public blockchain.


The founder and CEO of deVere Group have said that they have further expanded their offering on deVere Crypto with including Stellar lumens and Monero because their clients were demanding an even more extensive crypto portfolio. There is a surge in demand which is being fuelled by cryptocurrencies becoming ever more mainstream. It is hard for the institutional and retail investors to ignore the potential opportunities of cryptocurrencies.


Stellar is currently in the 8th position in the market with a total market capitalization of $6.1 Billion. XLM is being traded against the dollar around $0.33 with a slight growth in prices of 0.56% as on 2:15 PM UTC.


Stellar Lumens has tweeted:


“XLM among top-10 according to China. “Better than Bitcoin. XLM is #6 ranked public blockchain according to China’s Ministry of Industry -amp; Information Technology”


Monero is currently in the 13th position in the market with a total market capitalization of $3.2 Billion. XMR is priced around $203.03 with prices rising a rate of 2.78% in the last 24 hours.


Paul, Cryptocurrency enthusiast tweeted:


“XMR is the only privacy coin used and as such extremely undervalued”


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