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27 minutes ago, Tripple said:

XRP needs more fiat pairs. An exchange which offers fiat to XRP via credit/debit card would be very useful. Are there any out there currently?

The most use right now is the usd pair, jpy, krw, inr, eur

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1 hour ago, Xrphunter said:

XM added 4 new cryptocurrencies on their mt5 platform including xrp/usd pair

https://www.xm.com/cryptocurrencies

 

I would be keen to see how xm.com performs because their name suggests they are serious guys. Those who keep bit of interest in domain trading would know that 2 letters .com domain alone is valued in hundred of  thousand dollars. 

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3 hours ago, Tripple said:

XRP needs more fiat pairs. An exchange which offers fiat to XRP via credit/debit card would be very useful. Are there any out there currently?

Bitstamp does.

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1 hour ago, zenkert said:

Bitstamp does.

I think this is buying Bitcoin with USD via credit card, then flipping it into XRP. Maybe I'm incorrect. 

I'm talking direct fiat-to-XRP pairings (via credit/debit card) that will both reduce correlation with Bitcoin and remove a few barriers of entry into XRP. 

There's stinging irony in the fact that the quickest way to buy XRP with fiat currencies in many cases is still by making SWIFT/BACS transfers to the exchange you're operating on!

Edited by Tripple

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19 minutes ago, Tripple said:

I think this is buying Bitcoin with USD via credit card, then flipping it into XRP. Maybe I'm incorrect. 

I'm talking direct fiat-to-XRP pairings (via credit/debit card) that will both reduce correlation with Bitcoin and remove a few barriers of entry into XRP. 

There's stinging irony in the fact that the quickest way to buy XRP with fiat currencies in many cases is still by making SWIFT/BACS transfers to the exchange you're operating on!

Bitstamp offers direct USD/XRP and EUR/XRP pairs.

Also debit card is an option. I think. Credit cards I don't know. 

Edited by Skippy

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1 hour ago, Tripple said:

I think this is buying Bitcoin with USD via credit card, then flipping it into XRP. Maybe I'm incorrect.

Correct or EUR with Credit Card and the sell the Bitcoins there and buy XRP.
I use SEPA-transfer since am in Europe . Takes 2 bankdays, normally.
Done one Credit Card buy of Bitcoin with EUR. Worked just fine.
My plan was to convert into XRP, but I decided to hodl my small satoshi amount of BTC.

At least for the time being, which means I made a bad buy, after the great Fall but then it fell even more.
So BTC has to pass 7 202 USD before I transfer it to XRP.
 

Edited by zenkert

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