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The cryptocurrency trading platform and wallet Abra has successfully added five new crypto assets to its portfolio, giving users a more array of trading options.

The platform has made the announcement via a blog post on May 1, 2018. According to it, “We are excited to announce that we will be adding Monero (XMR), NEO (NEO), NEM (NEM), Lisk (LSK), and Verge (XVG) to the Abra app.” Starting yesterday, users have the opportunity to choose to invest in 25 crypto assets and 50+ fiat coins using the Abra application.

The Abra app provides users the following cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin [BTC], Bitcoin Cash [BCH], Dash [DASH], Dogecoin [DOGE], Ethereum [ETH], Ethereum Classic [ETC], Golem [GNT] OmniGO [QTUM], Ripple [XRP], Vertcoin [VTC] Zcash [ZEC], Bitcoin Gold [BTG], Stellar Lumens [XLM], DigiByte [DGB], Stratis [STRAT] and 0x [ZRX].

The Abra’s founder and CEO said about the decision to update its portfolio that:

By adding the five new cryptocurrencies to the already robust list of coins that Abra supports, we are continuing to offer exposure to assets that have traditionally been difficult to access in a simple and secure way. The demand from our users for additional altcoins has been incredibly high, and our goal is to continue adding more cryptocurrency options and ultimately democratize access to financial services and all asset classes.”

Abra is a friendly and easy-to-use platform for both old and new users. It was launched in 2014 and is meant to simplify the way of trading the crypto coins. Using the Abra app, users are allowed to store both crypto and fiat currencies.

The company has a wide range of clients, from over 75 countries and enjoys performances mainly in the UK, U.S., Philippines, and Germany. The most-traded cryptocurrencies are Bitcoin, Ripple, and Ethereum.

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