Indian cryptocurrency exchange Koinex has introduced crypto-to-crypto trading pairs on its platform. The feature was made live on Koinex at 10 pm yesterday night i.e April 26, 2018. Yesterday, many Indian investors were worried about Koinex not working for a couple of hours, however the temporary disruption seemed to have been for the upgrade to its new feature. The Indian cryptocurrency exchange has launched with 15 cryptocurrency pairs and two base markets - Bitcoin and Ethereum. Currently, investors can trade 9 coins with Bitcoin - Ethereum (ETH/BTC), Litecoin (LTC/BTC), Ripple (XRP/BTC), Bitcoin cash (BCH/BTC), EOS (EOS/BTC), TRON (TRX/BTC), OmiseGo (OMG/BTC), Nucleus Vision (NCASH/BTC), and Request Network (REQ/BTC). The Ethereum market has 6 cryptocurrency pairs available for traders - Ripple (XRP/ETH), Bitcoin Cash (BCH/ETH), EOS (EOS/ETH), TRON (TRX/ETH), OmiseGo (OMG/ETH), and Nucleus Vision (NCASH/ETH). Moreover, the users can currently enjoy zero-fee crypto to crypto trading on Koinex. Users will have to upgrade their Koinex mobile app to see this feature. The feature is an obvious response to the RBI directive banning banks from dealing with cryptocurrency exchanges.
Introducing Crypto — to — Crypto trading on web and mobile app: https://medium.com/koinex-crunch/introducing-crypto-to-crypto-trading-on-web-and-mobile-app-4b3048644a4d
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