In the race for dominance among trading platforms, Tradecurve is emerging as a strong contender set to surpass the likes of Ripple (XRP) and Enjin Coin (ENJ). With its innovative features and promising growth, it is positioning itself as the go-to platform for traders worldwide.
Ripple (XRP) teams up with Indian Bank; The token reaches $0.4741
The well-known Indian private bank, Kotak Mahindra, will be partnering with Ripple (XRP). It’s taking under the E-project trial for Digital Rupee. Ripple (XRP) will enable bank customers to use E-wallets and E-Rupee.
In fact, customers will be able to perform global transactions with Ripple (XRP) blockchain network. The goal is to ease existing issues concerning international payments. The collaboration will also include Ripple’s (XRP) settlement solution.
The project selected a few bank customers to participate in the experiment by joining a Closed User Group (CUG). However, the project will exclude XRP token access for now, and only introduce Ripple (XRP) tech products. Additionally, the bank can use payment processors network and other additional services by Ripple (XRP) solutions via RippleNet.
The initiative has a positive effect on the Ripple (XRP) token. It trades at $0.4741, a 2.16% rise in a day. Ripple (XRP) is estimated to have a potential low price of $0.589941, and a high price of $0.669933 for the rest of 2023.
Enjin Coin (ENJ) shows increased NFT trading volume
Enjin Coin (ENJ) was recently reported to experience a high trading volume of up to 459.85 million. It led crypto users to wonder what caused the increase in Enjin Coin (ENJ) trading volume. One of the reasons is said to be the platform’s announcement of giving complete NFT management access to Enjin Coin (ENJ) gamers and developers.
The platform also added that all Enjin Coin (ENJ) users could create, collect, and freeze their assets. However, it was noted that developers were not contributing much, which decreased the Enjin Coin (ENJ) platform activities. But, the good faith of its recent announcement caused NFT trading volume to rise.
Enjin Coin (ENJ) is trading at $0.2837, a 2.29% rise in a day. However, the token is still showing a 69% bearish sentiment. However, experts predict Enjin Coin (ENJ) to rise to $0.409959.
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Tradecurve entices investors with one-of-a-kind features
Tradecurve, as a hybrid exchange, aims to empower users to trade an extensive array of assets (bonds, ETFs, stocks, forex, commodities, cryptocurrencies, CFDs, and more). Unlike other exchanges like Coinbase and Binance, which offer assets separately, Tradecurve stands out by providing a unified platform where users can access these assets in one place.
Additionally, it aims to support aspiring traders through its planned Metaverse trading academy, allowing them to gain firsthand knowledge and guidance from experienced professionals. The platform offers AI automated trading, copy trading, fast deposits and withdrawals, staking opportunities, generous leverage of up to 500:1, and many other exciting features. It’s offering an enticing 25% deposit bonus, and has already sold 46,699,661 tokens.
TCRV’s 4th presale is live, with a trading value of $0.018. Industry experts foresee an additional 100x increase once the token is listed on exchanges. So, why wait and lose on the highest investment returns?
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