Wirex offers a hybrid banking platform as well as pre-paid virtual and plastic cards which can be topped up with conventional currencies and cryptocurrencies.
London-based cryptocurrency exchange CEX.IO has enabled support for Dash trading on its platform. The company added several trading pairs, including DASH/BTC, DASH/USD, DASH/EUR and DASH/GBP.
The company will allow users to deposit fiat via credit card or a bank transfer and then use the trading platform to buy or sell or trade against other currencies.
It was a good week to be in cryptocurrency. Legacy bitcoin is at an all-time high; ethereum’s ETH is near the magic $400 mark; Litecoin is at record levels, as are Dash and Monero; and the first two unicorns based on initial coin offering (ICO) fundraising have emerged.
Legacy bitcoin (BTC) held steady, Bitcoin Cash came on strong, and other cryptocurrencies are surging on a green arrow Tuesday. The price rise indicates that investors apparently believe the storm clouds caused by hacks and the bitcoin fork are in the rear-view mirror.
Friday’s cryptocurrency trading saw legacy Bitcoin (BTC) up five percent to the $2,850 single-coin price at mid-day, with Bitcoin Cash (BCC) continuing to see-saw and now down to $286 for its single-coin price.
The Block Tribune Volatility Index, which measures pricing swings in legacy bitcoin,
Legacy bitcoin (BTC) held on at the $2,700 single-coin price level today, as upstart Bitcoin Cash continued to exhibit extreme volatility.
Bitcoin Cash (BCC), which yesterday was trading as low as the $300 levels after a high of $700, rebounded today to the $430 single-coin pricing mark at mid-day.