London based crypto exchange Luno is expected to list XRP token onto its platform. The exchange aims to make the XRP tokens available to Malaysians either in December 2019 or early 2020. Luno was recently relaunched in Malaysia at the end of October this year.
Ripple (XRP), which is a real-time gross settlement system and currency exchange network known for its use in cross-border payments, has been looking to build a larger scheme around the coin and over the last few years the idea has seemed to crystallize. Luno has since noticed XRP’s potential and wants to bring the token to Malaysia. The firm’s head of Asia Vijay Ayyar cited,
“What we can say at this time is that we are planning to increase our cryptocurrency offerings as we grow, while keeping customer’s safety and compliance with regulations as our highest priority.”
He continued to say that while Luno would be widely expanding its crypto offerings, it would also be sure to maintain all ethical standards to customers. The ethical standards include ensuring customer’s data safety and complying with rules and regulations. Luno’s South-East General Manager, David Low believes that the ever-growing demand for Ripple’s XRP would be partially met by the Luno listing. Mr. Low explained,
“Ripple also has a remittance use case which we are excited about. That’s why we want to introduce it to Malaysians, as it allows people on the platform to access and learn about it, and figure out new ways to use this technology for their benefits.”
An exclusive interview with the Malaysian Reserve (TMR) revealed that the Securities Commission has already approved Ripple and that Luno will be bringing the cryptocurrency onboard the exchange sometime this December or early next year. This has allowed the company to once again step on the country’s turf. Due to forward looking regulations and high banking rates, Luno is expected to be one of the largest markets in Malaysia.